Angry Feelings for Killing a Baby

An abortionist says:

“I have angry feelings at myself for feeling good about grasping the calvaria [head], for feeling good about doing a technically good procedure that destroys a fetus, kills a baby.”

Anonymous abortionist

Diane M. Gianelli, “Abortion Providers Share Inner Conflicts,” American Medical News, July 12, 1993

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If You Choose to Kill It, I Will Do the Killing


“[The author] said “Is this a fair way of expressing what you have just said, Doctor? You tell the mother “because your baby is defective, you have the right to kill it or not to kill it. If you choose to kill it, I will do the killing.” “Of course,” he [the abortionist] said. “There is no other way to say it and be honest.”

Conversation with an abortion doctor

Jeff Lane Hensley. The Zero People (Servant Books: Ann Arbor) 1983, p 9

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Abortion Isn’t Natural

“It [abortion] goes against all things which are natural. It’s a termination of a life, however you look at it.”

Abortionist Robert Harris

Magda Denes, PhD. In Necessity and Sorrow: Life and Death Inside an Abortion Hospital (Basic Books, Inc.: New York) 1976 147

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The Hippocratic oath

“In the beginning I was mixed up because I was taught by the Hippocratic Oath not to take a life.”

Abortionist Michael Christie

Magda Denes, PhD. In Necessity and Sorrow: Life and Death Inside an Abortion Hospital (Basic Books, Inc.: New York) 1976 145

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Here I Am Destroying Life

“When you do a D & C most of the tissue is removed by the Olden forceps or ring clamp and you actually get gross parts of the fetus out. So you can see a miniature person so to speak, and even now I occasionally feel a little peculiar about it because as a physician I’m trained to conserve life and here I am destroying life.”

Dr. Benjamin Kalish, abortionist

Magda Denes, PhD. In Necessity and Sorrow: Life and Death Inside an Abortion Hospital (Basic Books, Inc.: New York) 1976. 140

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Well, They Are Killing a Baby

“A lot of people say they’re killing their baby. You get a lot of that. Some people afterwards get very upset and say ‘I killed my baby.’ Or even before, they say ‘My circumstances are such that I can’t keep it, but I’m killing my baby.’ They wouldn’t rather have the baby, and give it up for adoption either. If you go into that with them they will say that they could never do that…and yet they still consider it killing the baby…well, they are killing a baby. I mean, they are killing something that would develop into maturity…”

Clinic Worker Dora Greenwald

Magda Denes, PhD. In Necessity and Sorrow: Life and Death Inside an Abortion Hospital (Basic Books, Inc.: New York) 1976. p 77

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Ending Life

“I dare say any thinking sensitive individual can’t not realize that he is ending life or potential life.”

Abortionist Dr. Charles Bender

Magda Denes, PhD. In Necessity and Sorrow: Life and Death Inside an Abortion Hospital (Basic Books, Inc.: New York) 1976. p 64

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Who Owns The Child?

“I do have moral compunctions. And if I see a case that’s later, like after 20 weeks where it frankly is a child to me, I really agonize over it because the potential is so imminently there. I think, “Gee, it’s too bad that this child couldn’t be adopted.” On the other hand, I have another position, which I think is superior in the hierarchy of questions, and that is: “Who owns the child?” It’s got to be the mother.”

The late Dr. James MacMahon, who performed D&X (also known as Partial Birth) abortions

Nat Hentoff “It’s Just too Late: Third Trimester Abortions are an Outrage and an Insult to the Human Race” Pittsburg Post Gazette July 27. 1993

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Abortionist: I Have Respect for Life

“I have the utmost respect for life; I appreciate that life starts early in the womb, but also believe that I’m ending it for good reasons. Often I’m saving the woman or I’m improving the lives of other children in the family. I also believe that women have a life they have to consider. If a woman is working full-time, has one child already and is barely getting by, having another child that would financially push her to go on public assistance yes is going to lessen the quality of her life. And it’s also an issue for the child, if it would not have had a good life. Life is hard enough when you’re wanted and everything’s prepared. So yes, I end life, but even when it’s hard, it’s for a good reason.”

Boston Abortion Doctor

Cheryl Alkon “Confessions of an Abortion Doctor” Boston Magazine December 2004

Are these good reasons to do this to a child? Adoption is an option that would also solve all these problems.

abortion at 10 weeks
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