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Saturday, September 8th, '18

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WRONGFUL "LIFE" CASE

"She is hardened against her young ones, as though they were not hers..." (Job 39:16)

 

 

We hear of "wrongful death" suits all the time. Here is a switch. Jennifer Raper, age 45 from Boston, has filed a "wrongful life" suit against two doctors, one working for Planned Parenthood. In early 2004 the litigant claimed medical malpractice after she discovered she was pregnant and went to have an abortion "for financial reasons" at a Planned Parenthood clinic. The acting physician performed the abortion but it was, the suit alleges, "not done properly, causing the plaintiff to remain pregnant." She later visited another doctor at Boston Medical Center who failed to detect the pregnancy even though she was twenty weeks pregnant at the time. Months later she went to the emergency room for treatment of pelvic pain and found out she was actually still pregnant. She gave birth to a daughter that December and so is seeking damages, including the cost of raising the child.

 

Oh the tangled web we weave when at first we practice to abort. Instead of feeling sorry for the plaintiff let's look through the daughter's eyes, now age two. Here is what she will have to face as she grows up. One, from the start her Mom did not want her to be born. Two, she went to not one, but two doctors to make sure she was dead. Three, the reason her mother wished she was dead was "for financial reasons". Money was more important than life. Four, when she was born she became the pin-pong ball in a lawsuit that never would have happened had she not been born. The mom sued for "damages", so the babe gets to see herself as damage. Five, her Mom expects the court system to pay for her rearing instead of taking care of her little one herself. Emotionally devastating? Great esteem builder? This is what creates suicidal teens. The case displays everything that is wrong with the abortion industry and everything that is wrong with women who go that route for birth control.

 

Job was thinking of unsympathetic humans when he wrote of the ostrich that "leaves her eggs on the ground, and...treats her young harshly, as though they were not hers" (NKJV). The old version says she is "hardened against her young ones..." This is not maternal instinct. Planned Parenthood is not your friend, girls. Not because they botch an occasional procedure but because they succeed in far too many. 125,000 babies are aborted each month in America. This attempt was "for financial reasons". Other times it is because of age, a girl in her pre-teens, or because having a baby would interfere with college or career; sometimes abortion merely becomes a retroactive condom, costs a little more, but who cares, let the taxpayer pick up the tab. Forget the mother for just a minute though it is "her body" and that blob of fetal tissue does pose serious discomfort. Instead, think of the child. Ultrasound photography proves that abortion is a painful experience for the unborn. And when one survives the ordeal, like this Boston baby, she faces a lifetime of psychological trauma. Any siblings that are born will hear about Mother's "secret" some day, it always comes out, that they had a little brother or sister that could have been, that should have been. How does the living sibling deal with the fact that he or she got to live while the other went out in a medical clinic biohazard bucket? Just writing about carries a degree of nausea but facts are facts. As a right to life preacher I'm not pleased to hear news stories like the above though Planned Parenthood thinks we gloat over the free ammo. Not so. I wish the little girl never had to enter an abort room or a court room, because that is not what the gift of life is about, but a loving mother's warm arms instead.


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