USA: Morning-After Pill Soon Available Without Prescription?
“A 12-year-old girl in a New York City school cannot be given an aspirin by her teacher, even if she has a fever. The same girl cannot buy a large soda during lunchtime because Mayor Michael Bloomberg has decreed that it is not good for her. But she can be given a pill, unbeknownst to her parents, that could arguably abort her baby,” he said in a statement.
These words are from Micheal Donohue, of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, after the ruling from a New York judge that the so-called “morning after” pill be made available to people of absolutely any age without restriction.
If the Nazi judge gets his or her way, abortion will be available over the counter for people (I assume here: boys as well as girls) of absolutely every age: cue the girl of 12 (or the boy of 13) going at the counter without anyone having the right to ask them for identification of proof of age. The equally idiotic nannying of the very same girls in New York City only makes the contrast more unreal.
I know “what has the world come to” is an abused expression, but it does not lose any of its validity just because we must nowadays ask the question more often.
There shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth.