Innovations in Murder
Planned Parenthood (PP) of Southwestern Oregon will begin offering medication-induced abortions starting in March 2010. Cynthia Pappas, the Executive Director of PP worries about the impending retirement of physicians who currently perform surgical abortions. Medication-induced abortions are a way of adjusting for the growing dearth of physicians willing to surgically kill for a buck.
Pappas also explains that there are innovative, customer-oriented features of medication-induced abortions. Pappas stated that Planned Parenthood of Southwestern Oregon’s Board of Directors wants to:
“Provide women with an option for terminating a pregnancy in the comfort and privacy of home.”
How groundbreaking! How innovative!
Actually, how sadly barbaric . . .
For those of you unfamiliar with medication-induced abortions, this procedure uses drugs to terminate and then expel the fetus . . . that’s fancy medical talk for poisoning and then prematurely delivering the dead baby.
Medication-induced abortions are typically done after the 16th week of pregnancy and usually involve a hospital stay, especially for the “expelling” part of the procedure. One of 3 terribly painful . . . to the preborn baby, that is . . . substances is injected into the amniotic fluid surrounding the baby: a saline solution, prostaglandin, or a chemical compound (urea). Medication is then given to jump start contractions. Josef Mengele, I am certain, is just green with envy from whatever corner of hell he currently calls home.
Planned Parenthood of Southwestern Oregon has apparently found a way to eliminate the hospital stay so that women may expel fetuses from the comfortable confines of home.
Oregon is a leading innovator in all things death . . . just when you think they can’t possibly top their assisted suicide initiative, along comes home-based, medication-induced abortions. What will they think of next?!