How Planned UnParenthood Made Big Bucks for Philly Abortionist

I thought legal abortion was supposed to prevent things like this.

Posted by rickl at February 7, 2011 4:33 PM

"He was really taking advantage of people in the community," she said. "That is a shame, because he's a black man and it seems he was trying to prosper by taking advantage of black women in his community.

Er...what does that actually mean? Do they expect that kind of hellish treatment from the white folks?

Posted by Mumblix Grumph at February 7, 2011 5:00 PM

There has to be a special place in hell for this person. He is not worthy of being called a doctor or even a human being. I have heard this called "harm reduction" by our elites. It supposes we are all promiscuous,amoral idiots who make poor choices, therefore we have to be protected from ourselves. This person will thrive in this sick environment until he is brought to justice.

Posted by Circe at February 7, 2011 6:09 PM

This slimebucket would actually shelter any white women who came into the clinic from the most abusive of his practices--particularly if they were from the suburbs. He insisted on being consulted at all stages when it was a white woman being treated.

Meanwhile, the paperwork filled out by women at his "clinic"/death trap explicitly recommended higher levels of sedation for women and girls who were being "forced" into abortions by the husbands or parents.

"Choice"? Don't make me laugh.

Posted by Little Miss Attila at February 7, 2011 6:38 PM

So long as proper clinics and proper procedures are available for the abortion advocates, the rest can just fade away.

It isn't a back alley if it all happens inside.

Posted by Mikey NTH at February 7, 2011 6:50 PM

There is a school of thought on redemption and atonement which posits that forgiveness must be earned from the Lord through compensation to the victim. To do that, this abortionist will have to live through, and accept totally for himself, every minute of hell he inflicted on every mother and child he "treated." He will also have to affirmitively work to help give them back the lifetimes of experiences he stole from them.

This redemptive work obviously cannot be done during our time on earth, but awaits the mysterious calculus of God's kingdom. In lesser cases it seems only right to let a sinner live until God calls him to come home and get down to it. However when innocent lives are maliciously terminated, I believe we have a duty to promote the evildoers immediately into their rehabilitative afterlife. Sad that this man will be a decade or more waiting for his own appointment with death, if indeed our sick society can ever find the guts to bring him to justice.

Posted by Raincityjazz at February 7, 2011 7:47 PM