Tuesday, May 6, 2008

This really IS huge

Huge Victory: Kansas Supreme Court Unseals Secret Abortion Suit

Busy day here by the brook, so no time for me to 'splain, but let me sum up:
I saw this on LifeSite and encourage you not only to read it, but do some surfing so you can read more on the background facts giving rise to this case. Kline's a hero, Morrisson oughtta be horsewhipped.

As I've said before - what have we come to in this country, that I have to take time off from work to go give my kid a dose of medicine at school (as long as I have a doctor's note), but she can go get an abortion without anyone telling me? If she has a strange bruise on her arm, the "mandatory reporters" at the school nurse's office could hotline the beloved and me to DSS, but if she's underage and pregnant (a violation of statutory consent laws) Planned Parenthood does not have to report it to the authorities?

Bah. Client's here.



Joe of St. Thérèse said...

Just one of the many things that don't make common sense.

If they have to come to you for pills, how much more should it be for an Abortion?

it'd be a start to get parent notifiction. it'd be better to change hearts so that no one desires to abort.

LarryD said...

Isn't it obvious, Kit? The government knows what's better for the child than its parent does. Do you remember this story from last week? A classic example of the governmental nanny state.
(smirk-mode 'off')

Christ had these things in mind when he said it'd be better for a man to have a millstone around his neck and thrown into the sea than to lead a little one astray.

Kit Brookside said...

Arrrgh....I did NOT see that story before, Larry.