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Post by Keli on Sat Apr 13, 2013 9:11 am

To the Editor:

A demon has been revealed in twenty-first-century Philadelphia, and the three broadcast networks have been enforcing a policy of silence about the discovery. So have most major newspapers.

One reason may be that the trial of late-term abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell for multiple counts of murder is about an African-American killing mainly African-American babies -- and so the common sense among liberals is that such a story disparages that community. Or perhaps they view these killings as prophylactic: one cure for out-of-wedlock births. But perhaps an even more telling reason for ignoring the Gosnell story is that among the terrible details is revealed the fact that many, many babies being aborted late-term survive the process -- not just a tiny few, as pro-abortionists keep insisting. And so these innocent little souls have to be murdered typically by cutting their heads off. In one instance, a child arrived on the table with its eyes and jaw torn off by Gosnell's forceps. While this helpless, sinless, creature lay writhing on the table, screaming, Dr. Gosnell gestured impatiently at an assistant -- do something about that.

How many children were so murdered? I believe that Gosnell's charged with seven counts, but testimony indicates there may have been a hundred -- maybe more, maybe a lot more. And so the liberal press, ever supportive of a woman's right to "choose," just can't have the truth known.

Last week, a representative from Planned Parenthood was questioned by a Congressional committee about babies that survive abortion. She said that the decision about whether to finish the abortion or not was between the doctor and his patient. A Congressman astutely asked, "At that point isn't the baby a patient, as well?" She looked at him like a mule looks at a new gate.

Perhaps if the abortionist had used an assault rifle instead of scissors to kill the babies, something might be done. But, I doubt it.


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