Thursday, September 11, 2008

Could reduce abortions

Los Angeles Times reported Sarah and Todd Palin's decision to complete her recent pregnancy, despite advance notice that their baby Trig had Down syndrome, is hailed by many in the pro-life movement as walking the walk as well as talking the talk.
But a senior Canadian doctor is now expressing concerns that such a prominent public role model as the governor of Alaska and potential vice president of the United States completing a Down syndrome pregnancy
i.e. having a baby with Down Syndrome rather than killing it.
may prompt other women to make the same decision
Don't they have that CHOICE what to do with their own bodies?
against abortion because of that genetic abnormality. And thereby reduce the number of abortions.
And what would be so terrible about that (other than the fact it might hurt the business of abortion providers).

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