Doctor Under Attack For Not Forcing Ten Year Old **** Victim To Give Birth

chubascochubasco Posts: 18,390 Officer
As the anti-choice crusade continues throughout GOP controlled states, Dr. Ann Neuhaus bravely took up the cause of women’s rights after Christian jihadist Scott Roeder murdered Dr. George Tiller in 2009. Now, Dr. Neuhaus may lose her license for the “sin” of not forcing a mentally ill ten year old to carry her uncle’s baby to term.

You read that correctly; there are people in Kansas who think it is proper that a 10 year should have a child. Never mind the ****, incest and mental illness; a ten year old! Ten years olds should be learning how to put on make up and giggling over pictures of Justin Bieber, not learning how to change diapers. That should tell you just how diseased the anti-choice movement has become.

It’s so bad that state officials have attempted to prosecute a Planned Parenthood clinic for falsifying documents. Documents that the prosecution destroyed so they could not be examined.

Keeping this kind of potentially illegal activity, Operation Rescue, a group that has an alarmingly high number of ties to various “isolated incidents” involving domestic Christian terrorism including Scott Roeder, must be somewhat confident.

Care2.com reports:

Operation Rescue filed a negligence complaint against Neuhaus alleging that her exams were not thorough enough to support her medical conclusions and her follow-up care was inadequate because she did not recommend counseling or hospitalization after each procedure.


Neuhaus offered a rebuttal of her own. “To even claim that isn’t medically necessary qualifies as gross incompetence,” said Neuhaus. “Someone’s 10 years old, and they were **** by their uncle and they understand that they’ve got a baby growing in their stomach and they don’t want that. You’re going to send this girl for a brain scan and some blood work and put her in a hospital?”

The Kansas Medical Board, which includes a former lawyer for Operation Rescue, produced an “expert” that testified that abortion can never be considered to have a positive impact on a patient’s mental health. That, of course, is not the point being argued. The actual point is not whether abortion is a positive but if it is less of a negative than forcing a ten year old to give birth against her will.

This is what the fanatics of the anti-choice movement deliberately ignore: in their zeal to “protect” innocent children they would happily sacrifice other children. The “impartial” Kansas Medical Review Board has already declined to renew her license. If Dr. Neuhaus loses her appeal, she permanently loses her ability to practice medicine and that’s the only thing that matters to the morally bankrupt pro-”life” movement.

http://www.addictinginfo.org/2012/08/09/kansas-doctor-under-attack-for-not-forcing-ten-year-old-****-victim-to-give-birth/
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  • Mister-JrMister-Jr Posts: 27,618 AG
    I would not accuse the the entire GOP of being this backward, but I imagine some of these people are hard core conservatives. They are going through some kind of reverse evolutionary process where this brains and reproductive organs get smaller, qualifying them to to be that fat televangelist program on FOX.
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  • Justins DadJustins Dad Posts: 3,247 Officer
    Using a rare example to offset the wanton wholesale slaughter of willingly conceived unborn children is absurd.
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  • CaptBobBryantCaptBobBryant Posts: 5,716 Officer
    Chubs: you are right (some of the commentary is a little over the top, but the general concept is right on) this is a terrible case and it is ashame that this debate has gotten to the point in this country that we have thrown out common sense on both sides...

    THis is one of the rare instances, where an abortion may be the appropriate "medical procedure" for the health of the mother.

    It is too bad that the left and the right have driven their side of the argument so far into the ground, that they seek to grasp at any opportunity to make a stand, even if it is the wrong case, at the wrong time, under the wrong circumstances.

    The right is so consumed with the fear that the left wants to make abortions as easy as getting a teeth cleaning and that it is the first line of birth control.
    The left feels that the right wants the medical procedure of abortion completely removed from a doctors bag of treatments.

    Both could not be farther from the truth and neither side has the insight nor intuition to see through the BS and find what is right....

    So what we get is pro-death proponents putting up articles like this
    and the pro-life proponents putting up ariticles about girls who have had 7 or 8 abortions....

    Kind of sad isn't it?
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  • Justins DadJustins Dad Posts: 3,247 Officer
    Common sense was lost with the passage of R vs W. It is beyond understanding how a "civilized" society accepts abortion-on-demand as the rule of law.

    Kind of sad, isn't it?
  • Religious precepts in lieu of science and individual rights mandated to all was lost with the passage of R vs W.
    Kind of sad, isn't it?

    Fixed it for you.

    It is only sad to those who gain their own self-righteous satisfaction by imposing their personal belief system upon everyone else.

    That may be why you resist understanding it.
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  • earl40earl40 Posts: 2,337 Officer
    Using a rare example to offset the wanton wholesale slaughter of willingly conceived unborn children is absurd.

    Just to tweek ya a little. Why is the baby in the 10 year old womb any less a person that should have it right to life expunged because of the sin of the ****.
    Earl, a man, married to a girl called Tina.
  • earl40earl40 Posts: 2,337 Officer
    Fixed it for you.

    It is only sad to those who gain their own self-righteous satisfaction by imposing their personal belief system upon everyone else.

    That may be why you resist understanding it.

    Cafateria "catholic". tsk tsk
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  • earl40 wrote: »
    Cafateria "catholic". tsk tsk

    Fortunately for most citizens who are not Catholic, or subscribe to the teachings of the Catholic Church, and who may need only to look to the bible for guidance, neither Catholicism nor your small Presbyterian sect's fundamentalist beliefs exclusive of it are the law of the land.
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  • Justins DadJustins Dad Posts: 3,247 Officer
    The entire world is made up of peoples' personal belief systems imposed on each other. From democrat to republican... From atheist to born again believer... we all impose our beliefs on each other.
  • The entire world is made up of peoples' personal belief systems imposed on each other. From democrat to republican... From atheist to born again believer... we all impose our beliefs on each other.

    No, just you. Well, you would like to anyway.
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  • earl40earl40 Posts: 2,337 Officer
    Fortunately for most citizens who are not Catholic, or subscribe to the teachings of the Catholic Church, and who may need only to look to the bible for guidance, neither Catholicism nor your small Presbyterian sect's fundamentalist beliefs exclusive of it are the law of the land.

    And the millions of dead aborted babies say "a pox on your house".
    Earl, a man, married to a girl called Tina.
  • earl40earl40 Posts: 2,337 Officer
    The entire world is made up of peoples' personal belief systems imposed on each other. From democrat to republican... From atheist to born again believer... we all impose our beliefs on each other.

    Bingo. Why Gary does not get this is beyond comprehension. Government's PRIMARY job is to GOVERN its populace in a orderly manner.
    Earl, a man, married to a girl called Tina.
  • cadmancadman Home of the Gators Posts: 25,819 AG
    The entire world is made up of peoples' personal belief systems imposed on each other. From democrat to republican... From atheist to born again believer... we all impose our beliefs on each other.

    That is not true. Example is Roe versus Wade. It does not impose any requirement upon you to believe in abortion or make your wife, daughter, or any relative who does not believe in abortions have one. It simply allows the individuals who believe in the right to an abortion the option to do so. It has no effect on you personally.

    To ban abortion would impose your belief onto the person seeking an abortion. You belief that they are a sin would stop another person from having an abortion who does not share that belief.

    To outlaw abortion imposes your belief system onto another and effects their life directly. To allow abortions does not impose any belief system upon you and does not effect your life in any way.

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  • Ssoto0055Ssoto0055 Posts: 2,139 Officer
    Using a rare example to offset the wanton wholesale slaughter of willingly conceived unborn children is absurd.

    Still waiting for any scientific proof of when it becomes a baby.
  • Ssoto0055Ssoto0055 Posts: 2,139 Officer
    Common sense was lost with the passage of R vs W. It is beyond understanding how a "civilized" society accepts abortion-on-demand as the rule of law.

    Kind of sad, isn't it?

    So we should go back to backroom abortions, coat hangers and hiding pregnancies then making the baby disappear? Didn't the Roman's just leave unwanted children on the side of the road?
  • Justins DadJustins Dad Posts: 3,247 Officer
    There is none, so why err on the side of murder? Why not err on the side of caution?
    Ssoto0055 wrote: »
    Still waiting for any scientific proof of when it becomes a baby.
  • Justins DadJustins Dad Posts: 3,247 Officer
    Silly argument.
    Ssoto0055 wrote: »
    So we should go back to backroom abortions, coat hangers and hiding pregnancies then making the baby disappear? Didn't the Roman's just leave unwanted children on the side of the road?
  • gunby31gunby31 Posts: 5,777 Officer
    Silly argument.

    How about this argument... Its none of your **** business what a women does with her body.
  • Justins DadJustins Dad Posts: 3,247 Officer
    Of course it is, as it is with other issues that people do with their body. We do NOT have free will to do with our body as we desire. And, the woman is not only doing to her body, she ending the life of another "body".
    gunby31 wrote: »
    How about this argument... Its none of your **** business what a women does with her body.
  • gunby31gunby31 Posts: 5,777 Officer
    Of course it is, as it is with other issues that people do with their body. We do NOT have free will to do with our body as we desire. And, the woman is not only doing to her body, she ending the life of another "body".

    This is your radical, religious viewpoint. The fetus is an appendage. Sure, maybe if it reaches the point where it could survive on its own the women should consider going to term regardless. But it's still none of YOUR **** business what she does with HER body. Your type and the government just need to keep your filthy hands off women.
  • GardawgGardawg Posts: 7,816 Admiral
    If cons really wanted to end abortion then they would support sex education and birth control instead of opposing it ... but that would not be productive to garnering votes so they do everything they can to promote unwanted pregnancies as a vote getting tactic

    FYI ... abortion is not difficult to accomplish ... the Mexican cartel will fill any shortage of abortion clinics

    a handful of morning after pills will make that bun pop right out ... the Mexican cartel has a lot of pills and can get more
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  • Justins DadJustins Dad Posts: 3,247 Officer
    There's nothing in the Bible supporting when life occurs, thus my viewpoint is not religious. But, even if my viewpoint was religious, what difference doe that make. What's your foundation for saying the fetus is an appendage? Truth is, it doesn't really matter!

    It's quite sad that wanting to preserve life is considered radical.

    It is everyone's business what people do with their bodies. We do not have free reign to do with our bodies what we want.

    Filthy hands? Now that's a sad statement!! You consider it filthy to want to preserve life, protect women from the physical and mental harm of abortion and teach responsibility. This is what you consider filthy?
    gunby31 wrote: »
    This is your radical, religious viewpoint. The fetus is an appendage. Sure, maybe if it reaches the point where it could survive on its own the women should consider going to term regardless. But it's still none of YOUR **** business what she does with HER body. Your type and the government just need to keep your filthy hands off women.
  • GardawgGardawg Posts: 7,816 Admiral
    Maybe it was on of those Republican Legitimate Rapes ...

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    “Today a young man on acid realized that all matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration, that we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively, there is no such thing as death, life is only a dream, and we are the imagination of ourselves.

    Heres Tom with the Weather.”
  • Justins DadJustins Dad Posts: 3,247 Officer
    You've given up on the concept that people can be sexually responsible and not engage in sex outside of marriage. I suggest that we shoot for the moon and teach people about the virtues of sexual responsibility. To just give up and say "here's a condom" is sad.
    Gardawg wrote: »
    If cons really wanted to end abortion then they would support sex education and birth control instead of opposing it ... but that would not be productive to garnering votes so they do everything they can to promote unwanted pregnancies as a vote getting tactic

    FYI ... abortion is not difficult to accomplish ... the Mexican cartel will fill any shortage of abortion clinics

    a handful of morning after pills will make that bun pop right out ... the Mexican cartel has a lot of pills and can get more
  • Justins DadJustins Dad Posts: 3,247 Officer
    The picture caption is a lie and I suspect you know it.
    Gardawg wrote: »
    Maybe it was on of those Republican Legitimate Rapes ...

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  • mustang190mustang190 Posts: 10,104 AG
    Once again chubby the troll strikes.
    The girl was ****. the doctor is a quack. Yet he wants to paint all conservatives and real Americans as some kind of evil tyrants.
    This is just another attempt for the socialist to try to ridicule and label all who do not agree with the left to shame us into silence, kind of like Germany in the early 1930's.
    Yet I bet chubby and his ilk will defend to the death the **** from punishment that he deserves.
    A bullet to the heads of both the **** AND the quack is in order.
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  • TightLine904TightLine904 Posts: 409 Officer
    I'm registered Republican but mostly lean to the Independent side.That said,this shouldnt even be a government issue,it's a family issue.If some mentally ill 10 year old gets **** by her sick *** pedobear uncle and ends up pregnant,she and her family should have every right to end that pregnancy.Seems alot better than having the 10 year olds parents have to raise the kid(obviously a mentally ill 10 year old cant raise the kid) and later down the road having to explain to the kid that her/his daddy is also her/his great uncle and that she/he was conceived during a sick incest ****.The pedobear uncle should also be castrated.
  • Justins DadJustins Dad Posts: 3,247 Officer
    What you present has probably never been illegal. Today, however, we have people walking in and getting abortion on demand for no other reason than being pregnant is inconvenient. There is such a difference between the case you present and the normal abortion situation.
    I'm registered Republican but mostly lean to the Independent side.That said,this shouldnt even be a government issue,it's a family issue.If some mentally ill 10 year old gets **** by her sick *** pedobear uncle and ends up pregnant,she and her family should have every right to end that pregnancy.Seems alot better than having the 10 year olds parents have to raise the kid(obviously a mentally ill 10 year old cant raise the kid) and later down the road having to explain to the kid that her/his daddy is also her/his great uncle and that she/he was conceived during a sick incest ****.The pedobear uncle should also be castrated.
  • TightLine904TightLine904 Posts: 409 Officer
    What you present has probably never been illegal. Today, however, we have people walking in and getting abortion on demand for no other reason than being pregnant is inconvenient. There is such a difference between the case you present and the normal abortion situation.
    You lost all credibility when you made the comment "We do NOT have free reign to do with our bodies as we want"...I dont know what screwed up planet you are from but NOBODY is going to tell me what I can or cant do with my body.I DO have free reign to do with my body as I wish.If I want to sit in a corner with a sledge hammer and play Whack-a-Mole with my pecker thats my business and NOBODY has a right to tell me I cant.NOBODY, especially politicians, have the right to regulate what someone does with their body...PERIOD!
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