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Tuesday, November 29, 2005

dr. william f. harrison, abortionist and proud of it

This Los Angeles Times article has got to be one of the most disturbing things I've read in a while. The good doctor Harrison won't retire at 70 - there's far too many babies to abort to stop now.
Harrison opened an obstetrics and gynecology practice, but after the Supreme Court established abortion as a constitutional right in 1973, he decided to take on an additional specialty. Now 70, Harrison estimates he's terminated at least 20,000 pregnancies...

Last February, Harrison injured his head in a fall. He underwent three surgeries and spent months in rehabilitation. His wife urged him to retire.

"There's no one to take my place," he told her.
He has his own moral code of conduct, of course, so we have to respect him for that:
Harrison draws his own moral line at the end of the second trimester, or 26 weeks since the first day of the woman's last menstrual period. Until that point, he will abort for any reason.

"It's not a baby to me until the mother tells me it's a baby," he says.
Yeah, THAT'S logical. There's no absolute reality, whatever we think, that's how it is. Why don't other types of doctors use this line of reasoning? "Your X-ray shows this large lump on your lung, Mrs. Johnson, but not to worry, it's not cancer unless you tell me it is. So what do you say? I only want to make you happy."


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