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We May Get Those 42nd Trimester Abortions After All

See here for the “joke.”

This is making the rounds at a number of blogs, mostly because it shows Planned Parenthood once again giving the game away.  They’re not only in it was abortions, but they frankly wouldn’t care if they’re committing infanticide.

(Anyone notice how mute the cable networks are on the Philadelphia abortion provider case who was has apparently killed as many as two-dozen children after they were born?  Google “Kermit Gosnell” sometime this weekend…)

Here’s a Planned Parenthood lobbyist in Florida venturing from their script.  It doesn’t look or sound pretty.

Of course this isn’t anything new to us in Wisconsin. Russ Feingold beat this woman to the punch by 17 years.

Sen. Santorum: Will the Senator from Wisconsin yield for a question?

Sen. Feingold: I will.

Sen. Santorum: The Senator from Wisconsin says that this decision should be left up to the mother and the doctor, as if there is absolutely no limit that could be placed on what decision that they make with respect to that. And the Senator from California [Sen. Barbara Boxer] is going up to advise you of what my question is going to be, and I will ask it anyway. And my question is this: that if that baby were delivered breech style and everything was delivered except for the head, and for some reason that that baby’s head would slip out — that the baby was completely delivered — would it then still be up to the doctor and the mother to decide whether to kill that baby?

Sen. Feingold: I would simply answer your question by saying under the Boxer amendment, the standard of saying it has to be a determination, by a doctor, of health of the mother, is a sufficient standard that would apply to that situation. And that would be an adequate standard.

Sen. Santorum: That doesn’t answer the question. Let’s assume that this procedure is being performed for the reason that you’ve stated, and the head is accidentally delivered. Would you allow the doctor to kill the baby?

Sen. Feingold: I am not the person to be answering that question. That is a question that should be answered by a doctor, and by the woman who receives advice from the doctor.   And neither I, nor is the Senator from Pennsylvania, truly competent to answer those questions.  That is why we should not be making those decisions here on the floor of the Senate.

It might not being in the official Senate record anymore, but the video still exists.

(H/T Jerry Bader for the link to the Feingold video.)

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