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George Neumayr has nailed it again. His biting logic regarding partial-birth abortion indicts the abortion industry as morally and intellectually corrupt.
From my point of view, I honestly don’t know which is worse, an abortion doctor who, for money, readily commits unspeakable violence against the unborn, or a federal judge who, for whatever reason, finds the pain of an unborn baby “irrelevant” to whether the U.S. Congress may prohibit partial-birth or other late-term abortion. For God’s sake, inflicting inhumane pain on animals is a crime nationwide. How can it be that an unborn human baby’s pain is “irrelevant”?
Of course, for a court to find otherwise would upset the whole underpinning of legalized abortion: that an unborn baby lacks legal rights or protection as a person. So, I would expect no other conclusion from a court upholding legalized abortions, partial-birth or otherwise.
But this judge went much further by offering a wholly gratuitous, illogical, and intellectually corrupt finding that “it is grossly misleading and inaccurate” to say partial-birth abortion is very near to infanticide. How can it not be, when a viable baby is completely outside a woman’s body except for its head, at which point it is mercilessly, viciously, and violently killed?
Such a situation obviously approaches infanticide and anyone saying otherwise can only be a fool or corrupt. I doubt this federal judge is the former. Rather, she must be intellectually and otherwise corrupted by her wicked political ideology. In that regard, I expect her unnecessary comments (what lawyers call dicta) were for the consumption of her political soul mates; and her way of hurling personal barbs toward those who seek to have the abomination of partial-birth and other late-term abortion banned.p>This kind of immature and hateful conduct by a federal judge illustrates very well how badly the federal judiciary needs reforming. br> — A. A. Reynolds br> BA, JD, LLM /p> p> The pain caused by partial birth abortion techniques “not relevant”? I wonder if the pain would be relevant if partial birth abortion techniques were used to administer capital punishment. br> — D. Kennedy