I am so sorry that you had to wade through all the spam. I'm sure that some of you get really upset with the monitors of this site. It's true that we have not done a good job in monitoring nor have we posted in a long time. There are now many more sites addressing the needs of women and families, contraception and abortion issues as well as the uptick in laws directed against women. It's the latter, dear readers, that has kept us so busy these past months. Because other sites report on the legislative efforts to curtail abortion and/or place ever more obstacles in the path of women seeking to obtain safe, legal medical procedures, we have not been covering the political activities in the states. And, of course, we abortion providers have been very very busy fighting for women's rights to continue to terminate pregnancies when the health, timing, or financial situation for the woman and/or her family is not what they have determined in the baby's best interest. Respecting the pregnancy has always been of utmost importance to providers. In fact, women and their partners know that many providers of abortion services will do all the woman wishes for the pregnancy to be honored, many including prayers and baptisms.
In the meantime, a posting from another site has come to my attention and I'd like to share it with you. The risks and dangers of legislators creating medical policy on matters of which they are not informed can result in death to the mother. We know that all readers, regardless of political persuasion, want to protect the lives of women. We stand together on that front. We all abhor the Gosnells of the world, whether they are abortion providers or other professionals. We count on the regulatory bodies, in that case, the PA Dept of Health to do their job so that women treated in a safe legal manner. But when one group of regulators falls down on the job, we all suffer, we all fear for our loved ones be they our sisters, mothers, aunts, friends, cousins. Hopefully, controls are back in place in PA and women are once again as safe as they have been for almost 40 years.
Here is the link to the above-referenced article if you care to read it: