Barbarians at the State

In this latest undercover video, an abortion “doctor” picks up a severed human leg with forceps.  She toys with other organs, and earlier in the video offered to “change her procedure” to deliver dead babies fully intact.  Who can defend this?   Why did 46 Senators vote to keep sending our money to these barbarians? (The video below starts at about the 10 minute mark of the original video produced by the Center for Medical Progress.)
U.S. Senate Roll Call Votes 114th Congress – 1st Session
                          
Planned Parenthood and their advocates in the Senate refuse to watch the videos, seek court orders to stop them, or try to divert the issue.  This exactly the kind of behavior the Apostle Paul warned us about in the first chapter of his letter to the Romans— suppressing the truth so we can do our favorite evil.
We used to sacrifice ourselves for our children; now we sacrifice our children for ourselves. God help us.

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  1. James says:

    I love how warren started complaining how she thought she was waking up in the 1950s
    Because all the republicans are “trying to take away women’s rigjts”

    Take a look at this video it looks like something out of nazi Germany. How many future women are being tossed around in that dish because it’s someones “right”?
    Stuff like this goes on here and we wonder why times are not the best.

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  2. Luke says:

    Dr. Turek,

    I have a couple of questions. These aren’t some sort of setup to make a point, I just really wonder how you think about this.

    1. If abortions are to take place, do you think it’s better to — I don’t know how to say this gently — use the fetuses for potentially beneficial medical research or to put them in the trash?

    2. If a medical treatment was based, in part, on research that used aborted fetuses, would you refuse it?

    2a. Do you think medical treatments should disclose such use to patients?

    I’m pro-life, as you know, but honestly I’m not outraged by this. I’m totally open to the idea that it makes me a horrible person, but I guess to me I’d answer the first question by saying “it’s better than the trash”, and the reason I ask you is that I certainly seem to be in the minority here. I wonder where I’m going wrong (if indeed I am).

    Thanks!

    Luke

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