Abortion: The Surreal Battle For Sanity

To a European, articles like this appear entirely surreal. 

I understand from it that the following applies: 

1. Abortions clinic were free to operate with standards that are below those generally required in the medical profession. 

2. This was challenged by pro-life group because of the desire to protect the women’s health, actually one of the stated aims of the feminazis promoting abortion. 

3. The Court of Appeal decided that yeah, abortion mills must be run with the same standards as “other” “medical” facilities. Duh?

4. The desire to protect the women’s health is a great scandal for abortionist, and the matter is now expected to land in front of the Supreme Court. 

5. The mere requirement to meet the minimum standards observed by all other doctors was sufficient to force four fifths of the structures to close.  


I am glad such small steps are made, and welcome every event that makes abortion mills shut down. But honestly, I cannot imagine that in time the number of abortion mills in Texas will not go back to (un)normal even if the Supreme Court upholds the decision of the Court of Appeal, and the standard of medical decency are required everywhere in the US. In the end, the end of abortion goes through its ban, not through its becoming more expensive. 

Still, this is good news not only because it shows a good battle fought with intelligence and the very weapon of the enemy, but also the hypocrisy and cynicism of the “reproductive health” bull. 

Texas is, I am told, also the State now planning to re-introduce open carry. 

They get better and better. 


Posted on June 11, 2015, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Yeah, Texas does get better and better!

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