Thursday, September 11, 2008

Incalculable Good

The sun has gone down, and my bloggy holiday has come to an end. (Had a wonderful time with the fam, I must say. Perhaps I'll blog that over at my other home.) But with the end of the holiday comes the return to highly opinionated bloviation.

From Power Line comes word of this post from the LATimes blogs. The title reads:
Canadian doctor warns Sarah Palin's decision to have Down baby could reduce abortions

That, dear reader(s?), is worth the price of the Ticket. Read the whole thing. Our good Canuck quack evidently assumes that all Down babies are — in true Obamian fashion — a burden to their parents and society at large. (Remember Obama's meme of "babies as punishment?") Dr. Andre Lalonde laments:
Lalonde says his primary concern is that women have the....

...choice of abortion and that greater public awareness of women making choices like Palin to complete a pregnancy and give birth to their genetically-abnormal baby could be detrimental and confusing to the women and their families.

"The worry is that this will have an implication for abortion issues in Canada," Lalonde tells the Globe and Mail.
Read: however will we make money destroying life?

Thus it has ever been with the pro-abortionists. If Sarah Palin's inclusion on the Republican ticket does nothing more than give more women pause before making such a life-altering and always horrendous decision, it will have been well worth it.

One might even call her invaluable.

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