They Say Kansas is Conservative

Here in Kansas, we like to say we’re conservative. However, that doesn’t always play out in reality. It’s been a long time since I wrote on the topic of abortion, however, I think even the most liberal of you will think this stuff is outrageous.

Wichita Kansas is one of only a couple places in the entire country that allow late-term abortions. “Doctor” George Tiller, a man who claims to be a Christian, is the guy who likes to do late-term abortions, and has even performed partial birth abortions. Not a good guy. We aren’t talking about a “fetus” that’s a blob of goo, as you libs like to claim. We’re talking about viable babies who could easily live outside of their mother.

The only restriction we’ve had here in Kansas is that abortion clinics have to report it when they perform an abortion on an underage girl…not to the parents, but to the state, so that the circumstances can be reviewed. In other words, there’s a good chance if a 13 year old is pregnant, there was rape or statutory rape involved.

Now, about a year ago, Phil Kline, the Kansas Attorney General, who is a pro-life Christian, began investigating the allegations about Tiller and his underage abortions. Let’s not forget that a 13 year old can’t even get her ears pierced without parental consent. Abortion is the ONE medical procedure available on the down low. That reeks of hidden agenda to me.

But let’s put that aside. It turns out, Tiller really was breaking the law, and Kline was set to go after him. That’s when Tiller decided to fund the campaign of Paul Morrison, a popular, hard-edged district attorney for Johnson County, Kansas. Morrison was a tough-on-crime guy with liberal leanings on abortion and gun control. So Tiller pays for Morrison to get elected, and Morrison reduces the pending charges to about 12 misdemeanors.

Now, the very fact Morrison felt he HAD to charge Tiller with those counts tells you how flagrantly Tiller has been ignoring the law. But still, Planned Barrenhood has gone on the warpath about how terrible it is that KLINE had this awful agenda of taking away women’s rights, blah blah blah.

Ok, so you hardcore libs, help me understand why it’s ok for a 13 year old to have an abortion without parental consent in the first place, and then help me understand why it’s wrong for an attorney general to go after someone who is, IN FACT, breaking the law. Law, I might add, that is very loose here in Kansas.

I have no doubt in my mind that Tiller is going to face judgement day and burn in hell, but somehow I feel it might be ok if he were shut down for breaking the law in the meantime. It’s not as if you can’t go down the street to Planned Barrenhood and get a legal abortion.

Late term abortion is the sickest, most immoral and disgusting practice I can even imagine, and I cringe every time I write about it. I’ve seen a baby born at 28 weeks and before… they sure as hell looked like babies to me. The amount of evil it would require to kill a baby when you can actually see ALL the features of a baby is just beyond words.

Tiller is the devil in the flesh.

  4 comments for “They Say Kansas is Conservative

  1. October 5, 2007 at 10:35 am

    I’m sure I don’t have to tell you where I stand on the abortion issue, however, I agree with you that a 13 year old shouldn’t be allowed to have an abortion without the parents knowing (I also disagree with late-term abortions). I don’t think teenage girls should even be allowed to be on the pill without parents knowing. Parents not knowing what their kids are doing is the reason they’re pregnant at 13 to begin with.

  2. October 5, 2007 at 11:04 am

    I’d have to agree with Andria. I’m definitely a member of the pro-choice camp, but 13? Yeah. And the late-term abortions are not good, either. You know you’re pregnant way before 6-7 months, so if you wanted to choose to abort, you need to do it sooner. By 6-7 months, if you don’t want the kid, just have it and give it up for adoption.

  3. BJD
    October 5, 2007 at 12:05 pm

    Incredipete, you are so totally right on.

    GoingLoopy’s comment, “If you don’t want the kid…” says it all. It IS a “kid.” Women seven months pregnant who want a child call it a “baby” and go down one corridor, and women seven months pregnant who don’t want a child call it a “fetus” and go down the other corridor. How can it be a baby or a fetus depending on whether or not someone wants it/him/her? How can it change from a “baby” to a “fetus” if she changes her mind seven months into it? This is not only immoral, it’s stupid. When does life begin? Duh. It begins when it begins.

    Women should have the right to do whatever they want – have a baby, not have a baby, have sex, not have sex, use birth control, not use birth control, sleep with creepy guys, not sleep with creepy guys – but once you have the baby, once you’re pregnant, the line is drawn and you don’t get to kill it. A six-month old (out of the womb) baby is no more “viable” than one in the womb – it can’t do anything to keep itself alive – but you don’t get to kill it. The fact that you can’t see the unborn baby doesn’t create a license to kill.

    Why haven’t they put a video of a Tiller late-term abortion on television? They show everything else. It’s because watching him crush the skull of an actual baby and suck out her brains would end ALL abortion in America overnight. People would feel no better after watching a baby born after being aborted with saline (burning the skin and torturing the baby) or cut up into pieces in a D&C abortion. People who support abortion without having watched one may be sincere, but they are speaking from incredible ignorance.

  4. October 5, 2007 at 12:54 pm

    I agree with everyone above. Hey, what can I say? I got here too late.

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