Eliminating the Competition

Recently, the abortion mafia has unleashed a vicious and deceptive attack against crisis pregnancy centers.  One of their tactics has been to propose legislation to make it illegal for these centers to offer free sonograms to women considering abortion.  The Food and Drug Administration has done its part by saying that such ultrasounds constitute an unapproved use of a medical device.  Of course, these same people are strangely silent when the abortion industry routinely uses drugs and medical devices for what are called “off-label” uses, but I'm sure that's just an oversite.     

Now, the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine is joining the effort, and the group's president, Joshua Copel, is warning women against non-medical ultrasound.  He says that even though there are currently no identified risks associated with ultrasound, there is a possibility that such risks might be identified sometime in the future.

Isn't it curious that these people never apply that standard to abortion.  In fact, just the opposite is true.  Right now, there are literally hundreds - if not thousands - of peer-reviewed medical studies documenting the physical and emotional dangers faced by women who submit to abortion.  And yet the abortion lobby, and their lapdogs in the medical community, continue to dismiss these studies as fraudulent while attacking the people who conducted them.  

The fact is, in the minds of the pro-choice gang, the term “a woman's right to choose” really means “a woman's right to chose abortion.”  So make no mistake about it, their vendetta against crisis pregnancy centers is designed for one thing and one thing only: to limit the options women have when deciding whether or not to kill their children.  These people clearly understand that when women see their unborn children on an ultrasound screen, many will chose not to kill them.  And if that sort of thing is not nipped in the bud, it will inevitably lead to lower profits down at the local death camp.

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Mark Crutcher of Life Dynamics