I recently read this book: Mark Crutcher “Lime 5: Exploited by Choice ” (Denton, Texas: Life Dynamics Incorporated, 1996)
It has some very interesting quotes in it. Here is one by an abortionist who has been practicing for decades:
“On some mornings, I leave my office, and if I turn right I go down the hallway to the [abortion facility] and terminate. I am a destroyer of pregnancies. If I turn left down the same hallway, I go toward the nursery and the labor and delivery unit and take care of the myriad of complications in women who are in the throes of problem pregnancies- and I do things to help them hold on. It’s all so schizophrenic. I have a kind of split personality.”
Quoted from Don Sloan with Paula Hartz “Abortion: A Doctor’s Perspective/A Woman’s Dilemma.” (New York: Donald Fine INC, 1992)
It is easy to imagine that experience of having to save the life of a wanted unborn baby an hour after killing an unborn baby of the same age would bring confusion and a lot of cognitive dissonance. The effectiveness of a doctor who saves babies and yet performs abortions may be decreased by the fact that an hour after saving a fetus, he is planning to destroy another fetus. On the one hand, we have a child that the mother wants desperately to her, it is her baby. Then on the other hand we have another baby, no different, whose life is disposable and who is just a “fetus” – ultimately headed for the incinerator. One wonders of a doctor can be truly dedicated to saving the lives of wanted babies when he used to killing them. It would seem likely that the duality of his role would take it’s toll and make him less compassionate and diligent in fighting to save premature children or at risk unborn ones. Perhaps this is a good reason why women should ask their doctor performs abortions before choosing a gynecologist.
You have to wonder how a doctor can transition from murdering children to preserving their lives.Share on Facebook