Saturday, January 22, 2011

Pro-abortion statements we're not making up

What was it that accounts for the environment in which the "House of Horrors" that a Pennsylvania abortionist was running went virtually unregulated by the state in Philadelphia, where babies were routinely delivered alive and then killed?

Too much regulation. So says the nation's chief institutional death lobby, the National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL)

You can't make this stuff up.

HT: Verum Serum


Singring said...

Martin, where on the page you link to or anywhere else does NARAL claim that too much regulation was to blame for the murders in Pennsylvania?

There is a huge difference between regulations on the books and regulations being enforced. Why is NARAL to blame for the state not doing its job?

But of course, such distinctions matter little if you are on a crusade against the 'death lobby'.

Martin Cothran said...

I asked "What was it that accounts for the environment" in which the murders occurred. Read the post again.

So are you defending this guy or what?

Singring said...

'So are you defending this guy or what?'

If you mean the 'doctor' accused of murder - no, of course I am not.

I just really wish that if you are going to throw about words like 'baby killers' and 'death lobby' you at the very least make sure your accurations are backed up by the facts. In this case, you accuse NARAL of claiming that it was too much regulation that allowed this to happen (based on a statement they made before the case ever came to light no less) and then ridicula them for it, when in fact it wasn't too little regulation that allowed this to happen, it was the lacking enforcement of regulation that did. If you are going to criticize people with such incredibly strong language, at least have the basic decency of representing what they say and what the cause of an event is correctly, Martin.

Or is that too much to ask?