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A few words about “National Day of Appreciation for Abortion Providers”

by | Mar 11, 2016

By Dave Andrusko

My apologies. I’d meant to write a post yesterday on “National Day of Appreciation for Abortion Providers,” but there was so much good news, I put it off until today.

What good news? To name just three items…

  • The quick override by the West Virginia legislature of the governor’s veto of the Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act.
  • South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard signed the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act into law.
  • The U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a prior decision and will allow North Carolina’s “Choose Life” license plate to go forward.

Back for just a moment to (in particular) NARAL’s celebration of abortionists. Why are men (they are almost all men) to be celebrated for brutally annihilating over a million defenseless unborn children every year?

According to Erin Matson, because of their compassion.


According to another poster, because they are like Willie Parker. You remember Parker, the itinerant abortionist who, according to an adoring profile in Esquire magazine, flies into Mississippi twice a month and performs as many as 45 abortions a day.


Or (as one pro-lifer wrote, tongue very-much-in-check) because they give us Stephen Brigham, Robert Alexander and Naresh Patel, names familiar to regular NRL News Today readers.


All three are regularly battling medical and legal authorities. Brigham has had his license suspended in state after state.

Patel finally lost his license in Oklahoma after he told undercover agents they were pregnant (they were not) and told them they needed to have expensive chemical abortions.

An administrative law judge found Alexander, whose Muskegon, Michigan abortion clinic was described as a “filthy pit” by authorities, guilty of both negligence and incompetence. And these are just three of dozens of examples of shady abortionists.

You get the point. Ugh.

Categories: Abortion