The Abortion Song

In his famous book Aborting America (New York, Doubleday Company, 1979) former abortionist and abortion rights crusader turned pro-lifer Dr. Bernard Nathanson discusses how many doctors began performing abortions after it became legal, motivated by the money that could be made. He quotes a song he remembers from his days as an intern:

“There’s a fortune….in abortion
Just a twist of the wrist and you’re through.
The population….of the nation
Won’t grow if it’s left up to you.
In the daytime…In the nighttime
There is always more work to undo.
Oh there’s a fortune…In abortion
But you’ll wind up in the pen before you’re through.
Now there’s a gold mine…in the sex line
And it’s so easy to do.
Not only rabbits…have those habits
So why worry about typhoid and flu?
You never bother…the future father
and there’s so many of them too.
Oh there’s a fortune…in abortion
But you’ll wind up in the pen before you’re through.”

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