Est. May 2008

19 June, 2013

Twenty Weeks

Yesterday, the US House of Representatives passed a bill which ‘would restrict almost all abortions to the first 20 weeks after conception’; this works out to about 22 weeks of actual pregnancy, according to the linked article.

And, of course, Nancy Pelosi, other Democrats, and various and sundry pro-aborts got their knickers in a twist over it, shrieking their ‘it’s a woman’s right to choose’ war-cry over it.  And it’s doubtful, as the article points out, that it’ll clear the Democrat-strangled Senate, but contra San Fran Nan, it wasn’t a waste of time.

I want you to look at something:



This, according to this site, is a sonogram of a 20-week-old infant.  Now I dare you to try to tell me, with a straight face, that that’s anything other than a human being.  I double-dog dare you.  If you’re still unconvinced, click that link and see other sonograms of 20-week unborn children.

That’s not a human being there?  These damned (in the religious sense) pro-aborts who push so hard for a woman’s right to choose to have a doctor slaughter her baby after 20 weeks can look at that sonogram and say, unashamedly and with a straight face, that that’s not a human being?  That it’s just a blob of tissue, or that it’s just a lump of cells, or that it’s really just like a cancer?

No small wonder they fight so hard against mandatory sonograms, eh?  Those pregnant women who are contemplating abortions at so late a date just might see that little human being in the sonogram and say, ‘Um, no, I think I’ll keep him/her’, thus cutting into the abortionist’s profits for the day. 

I want to ask any woman who contemplates a post-20-week abortion one simple question: why did you wait so long?  You could have had it done weeks before, but you waited until that unborn child was five months along before you decided you didn’t want it anymore.

Why?

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