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Offline Trinity

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Half fetus, half child
« on: November 10, 2006, 09:18:06 AM »
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  • Half-fetus, half-child
    Fr. Frank Pavone, National Director

    In one of his few remarks during the two hours of arguments in the
    Supreme Court today about partial-birth abortion, Justice Scalia responded
    to Justice Stevens' assertion that we should say "fetus" rather than
    child.. Justice Scalia said, "half-fetus, half-child."

    The point was clear. This is not simply about abortion. This is a
    hijacking of the delivery process for the purpose of killing the child. This
    is infanticide. I don't know why Justice Scalia was otherwise so quiet,
    and Justice Alito completely silent during the arguments, but I know
    one reason I would be. The barbarity of partial-birth abortion is so
    self-evidently wrong that it is beyond dispute, beyond discussion, that it
    should not be legal in our country - or anywhere else, for that matter.
    Silence in this matter speaks volumes.

    In the course of the two hours of oral arguments, the Court considered
    three key reasons why abortion advocates want the Court to strike down
    the Federal ban on partial-birth abortion: a) the ban lacks a health
    exception; b) the ban is too broad, that is, by its wording it actually
    bans most if not all second and third trimester D&E (dismemberment)
    abortions rather than just partial-birth abortion, and c) the ban is vague,
    and because the language is not clear and specific enough, doctors
    won't know if it really applies to them.

    Having listened carefully to the oral arguments and having read all the
    briefs, I don't think the abortion advocates made their case, and I
    don't think a majority of the Justices think they did either.

    One of the most important admissions made in the arguments by the
    pro-abortion side was that we really have no measurements about what kind of
    a health need is met by partial-birth abortion. Their key argument,
    after all, is that the procedure must be allowed for the sake of women's
    health. They admitted that the Court could ban this procedure if its
    health advantages were minimal rather than significant, yet they could not
    establish, by statistical measurement, the assertion that the health
    advantages of partial-birth abortion are significant.

    In regard to safety, one of the key questions from Chief Justice
    Roberts was that if, as the abortionists claim, partial-birth abortion is
    safer because it requires fewer insertions of instruments into the woman's
    body, why would it not then also follow that the safest method is live
    birth altogether, with the killing of the child outside the womb? The
    pro-abortion side did not have an answer to that specific question,
    which proves the point that Congress and the Bush Administration make,
    namely, that this procedure must be banned so that society has a clear
    barrier against infanticide.

    Isn't it just amazing that in our highest court in this great nation,
    this debate occurred today about the legality of "dismemberment" and
    "pulling the arms and legs off" a child. In the end, it's not a matter of
    which version of killing should be used. It's a matter of stopping the
    killing altogether.

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    Please pray for the repose of her soul.

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    Half fetus, half child
    « Reply #1 on: November 10, 2006, 10:02:05 AM »
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  • Wow.

    If I were looking for evidence that SOMETHING will befall this country soon, this would be plenty -- a reminder that we are committing worse barbarities every day than ANY OTHER COUNTRY IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD.

    How many acts of sodomy, blasphemy, baby killing, injustice, as well as hundreds and thousands of other sins -- are committed every day?

    All the while, the number of reverent Masses, which incline Our Lord to mercy, are decreasing every day.

    Matthew
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