Saturday, September 4, 2010

2 abortion doctors ordered to stop practice after mother is injured

2 abortion Drs. ordered to stop after Md. injury

Maryland health officials have ordered two doctors to stop performing abortions after a woman was critically injured during a procedure last month.
The state Board of Physicians ordered Dr. Steven Brigham to stop practicing medicine without a license in Maryland and suspended the license of Dr. Nicola Riley. Police raided one of Brigham's offices in Elkton looking for medical records, and found dozens of late-term fetuses in a freezer at a clinic.

I find myself sitting here just wondering, could modern day society become any more backwards? Here we have two doctors whose practice is destroying human life and they are only reprimanded when a mother is injured.

It disgusts me. Abortion is a vile practice. I believe in limited government but I also believe in a moral government whose job and obligation it is to protect its people. This is how the Founding Fathers viewed the "perfect" government. It was John Adams who said that our Constitution was only created for a moral and religious people.

In this case, I believe it is our government's duty to outlaw this despicable practice, for the sake of both the unborn and the lives of the mothers. It is proven fact that women who have abortions become severely damaged psychologically and in this case, physical harm can take place as well.

Why is such an abomination allowed in our society? We are supposed to be a loving, civilized people. Yet every year millions of unborn humans are wiped from existence in our country under the name of "choice", and young women destroyed mentally in the process.

Let me ask you something. What if your mother had "aborted" you?


grannywithapitchfork said...

Remember back when Obama was whining about American troops killing innocent women and childen in Iraq? This from a guy who has always favored abortion: late term, early term, and ignoring babies who survive abortion. I don't get it.



Proof said...

Ah, well, but at least it was "safe" and "legal"!