Elena Kagan has now admitted to the Senate Judiciary Committee that as a Clinton lawyer in 1997, she fraudulently revised an official medical opinion by the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. The medical society was going to publicly reveal that “its panel of experts found no circumstances in which the (partial birth abortion) procedure was the only option for saving the life of the woman.”
In a secret internal memo, she wrote that “This, of course, would be a disaster[.]”
Kagan therefore secretly revised the language so the final statement in 1997 claimed that the partial-birth abortion “may be the best and most appropriate procedure in particular circumstances to save the life or preserve the health of the woman.”
That was a pernicious lie. The medical panel originally said that was false. Kagan substituted her own judgment for a medical consensus.
Scott Brown is not fully Pro-Life but he has vowed to be the 41st Senate vote needed to kill the current Pro-Abortion healthcare legislation. Unlike Coakley he would also defend Healthcare Providers rights to conscience as it relates to the abortion issue.
As you may recall, Hamilton is a former ACLU activist who
ordered the Speaker of the Indiana House to immediately
stop “sectarian prayers” at the opening of legislative sessions.
Specifically, Hamilton ruled that prayers using “Christ’s name or
title” were sectarian and therefore unconstitutional. Then he
ruled that prayers to “Allah” were acceptable! Thus, as a
district court judge, Hamilton said “NO” to Jesus but “YES”
And now, just as we expected, Senate Majority Leader Reid
is trying to slip his final confirmation vote under the
radar in order to avoid public scrutiny! There was a huge
public outcry in April and May this year when Hamilton’s
name was first advanced – and there needs to be an even
larger one now!
David Hamilton has repeatedly shown his far-left, anti-life,
anti-faith agenda through his radical judicial rulings. We must
strongly oppose his promotion to a higher court!
These articles are concerned with two separate but related things: the eugenics roots of the pro-abortion movement, and the connection between modern legalized abortion and the specter of eugenics. The Specter Of Pro-Choice EugenicsNat Hentoff, The Washington PostPro-choice forces are so intent on removing all obstacles to abortion that eugenics is no specter to them.The eugenics roots of the pro-abortion movementMargaret Sanger was a pioneer of legalized abortion and the founder of Planned Parenthood, the largest provider of abortions in the U.S. Sanger was also a well-known eugenicist whose writings make clear the historic connection between abortion on demand and eugenic thinking.Planned Parenthood has published a web page purporting to show that Sanger did not hold the abhorrent views attributed to her. Although some of Sanger’s quotes have been taken out of context, her writings speak for themselves:The full text of Margaret Sanger‘s The Pivot of Civilization