Monday, June 25, 2007

Planned Murderhood regulation vetoed

How many unborn toddlers were murdered today because of the humanistic, paganish decisions of the United States Supreme Court?

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“Anyone, then, who knows the good he ought to do and doesn’t do it, sins.” James 4: 17 (NIV)

My last post discussed a news story about the State of Kansas attempting to regulation abortion clinics in 2005. I posted it and prayerfully will be posting two more (including this post) about actions of the Kansas legislature in 2005 as a brief case study of efforts to regulate and limit the murder of unborn babies in this country. Because of the lack of news coverage by the libertine mass media, it is difficult to know what is occurring in this area unless one is personally, actively involved in trying to reverse the obscene practice of murdering our unborn. Also, I would hope that knowing that others are working to end the murder of unborn babies will energize still more people to become involved in stopping these murders.

This second post involves two laws passed in 2005 by the Kansas legislature in relation to the murder of unborn babies. The one to regulate abortion clinics as discussed in the first post was vetoed by the governor. Another law dealing with child rape was approved by the governor. Earlier posts have contained information accusing Planned Murderhood of deliberately and knowingly protecting child rapists by their actions and/or inactions when dealing with young, minor girls who are sexually active and/or pregnant. This article is from The Christian Post ( and dated April 16, 2005. I got the article from the website. The article:

“Kansas Gov. Vetoes Abortion Regulation Bill, Approves Child Rape Protection Act

The governor vetoed tightened regulations for abortion clinics, but signed legislation that requires doctors to collect fetal tissue after abortions performed on minors, to be used in criminal investigations.
Susan Wang
Sat, Apr. 16 2005 11:38 AM ET

People on both sides of the abortion issue proclaimed victory and defeat in Kansas on Friday after its state governor vetoed tightened regulations for abortion clinics, while signing legislation that requires doctors to collect fetal tissue after abortions performed on minors, to be used in criminal investigations.

On Apr. 15, Governor Kathleen Sebelius approved the Child Rape Protection Act under which doctors must take fetal tissue samples for all abortions performed on girls under 14.

Opponents argue that the new law violates the privacy of patients. Tissue samples along with the patient’s information would be sent to the Kansas Bureau of Investigation. (Isn’t that an obscene argument? These are minor girls under the age of 14 who by definition have been raped and quite possibly have been repeatedly raped and these protectors of rapists argument “privacy of the patient”!!! What utter nonsense!!! What about protection of the patient!!! What immoral neglect of the well being of the children involved!!!—my addition)

Supporters, including pro-life groups, said the new law is necessary to help investigate child rape cases. (Isn’t it about time that immoral individuals who are raping young girls under the age of 14 be held accountable??? [Actually, under the age of consent!!!] The sad truth is that this law should not be necessary. If abortion clinics and their employees were actively involved in protecting these girls instead of hiding the rapes this law should not be necessary. Notice that the argument is NOT that the clinics are already doing all that can be done to protect these girls from these rapists!!! —my addition)

The legislation will become law on July 1.

On the same day, Sebelius rejected the Women’s Health Protection Act, which would have set minimum health and safety standards for abortion clinics and changed the regulating facility for abortion clinics from the Board of Healing Arts to the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.

Abortion rights groups praised Sebelius, saying that the bill targeted abortion clinics with the intention of closing down the facilities. Supporters of the bill argued that the tightened regulations were meant to protect women’s health. (Is it a bogus argument that the regulations for safety are designed to close down the facilities? Isn’t this really an argument that the clinics don’t want to spend the money to help insure the safety of their patients? Is it a case that in the first instance, they argued for patient privacy [Although it is more likely that they are more concerned about clinic privacy than patient privacy.] while here they are demonstrating a lack of concern for the patient? Do you really think that a state legislature would have the votes to place egregious requirements on these clinics?—my addition)

In her veto message, Sebelius criticized legislators, saying, ‘Once again in 2005, the Legislature has chosen pure politics over good policy, has rejected uniform standards for all procedures, and has instead chosen to regulate only one procedure—abortion.’ (I don’t know the politics of Kansas. However, I do understand the legislative process in general. There might be several reasons why only murder clinics were singled out. The most obvious being that that might have been the only way that the bill could be passed. Is the governor hiding behind this excuse to continue to protect the clinics? Is the profitability of the murder clinics more important than the health and safety of the patients who use them???—my addition)

Sebelius, who vetoed a similar bill in 2003, emphasized that she ‘will sign this law when it includes all surgical procedures and all surgical centers to ensure the safety of all Kansans.’ (Most changes in state policy are not all or nothing propositions. Compromises are often needed to pass legislation that calls for changes in established procedures. It is often the case that once a change has partially occurred and has been shown to be successful, that the change can be expanded to include all or most of the original changes desired. Doesn’t the governor know this??? Or, is she using the all or nothing approach as an excuse to veto the legislation and avoid the perceived need to regulate murder clinics??? I don’t know. What do you think???—my addition)

Supporters of the bill, however, have not yet lost hope. The bill passed in the House with 88 votes and in the Senate with 27 votes, enough to override Sebelius’ veto. An attempt to override the veto is likely when the legislature resumes on Apr. 27.” (I did only a cursory check to determine if the veto was overridden. However, I could not find that it was. I don’t know the answer but am guessing that it was not. Why, it wasn’t, if it wasn’t? I don’t know. It probably had to do with the politics involved in the legislature. Some legislators may have voted for it originally knowing that the governor would veto it. This is rather certain. These murderers and their supporters intend to fight every step of the way to protect their nauseating sin of murdering unborn babies.—my addition)

Get involved!!! Demand action!!! Demand answers!!! Demand accountability!!! It is well past time to take back our nation from the immoral influences of darkness. To do so is to please GOD!!! Not to do anything is to aid and abet evil!!! STOP THE INSANITY!!! SAVE A NATION FROM MORAL DESTRUCTION!!!

“Anyone, then, who knows the good he ought to do and doesn’t do it, sins.” James 4: 17 (NIV)

“Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows. The one who sows to please his sinful nature, from that nature will reap destruction; the one who sows to please the Spirit, from the Spirit will reap eternal life.” Galatians 6: 7-8 (NIV)


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