S. Dakota Passes Law Requiring Counseling and 3-Day Waiting Period Before Getting Abortion
I think the decision to kill an innocent baby is worthy of serious consideration and counseling. Don’t you?
Unfortunately, Planned Parenthood doesn’t thinks so. Evidently, it would put a cramp in their eugenics program targeting blacks and slow down the production line at their baby killing factories:
South Dakota Passes Tougher Regulations on Abortions
Women Must Submit to Counseling, Wait 72 Hours Before Scheduling Procedure
BY SHERISSE PHAM
March 22, 2011 – ABCNews
South Dakota became the first state in the country to require a woman seeking an abortion to visit a pregnancy help center first and submit to counseling to ensure her decision is “voluntary” and “informed.”
Under the new law the woman must also wait at least 72 hours after completing the counseling before she can schedule an abortion, the longest waiting period in the nation. The law goes into effect on July 1.
“I think everyone agrees with the goal of reducing abortion by encouraging consideration of other alternatives,” Gov. Dennis Daugaard, a Republican, said in a statement. “I hope that women who are considering an abortion will use this three-day period to make good choices.”
A number of state proposals nationwide have targeted abortion this year, including laws passed in Ohio and Texas.
Planned Parenthood announced it will file a lawsuit seeking to repeal the law.
Sarah Stoesz, the president and CEO of the Planned Parenthood’s office for Minnesota and North and South Dakota, said the 3-day waiting period is a “callous” attempt to put another barrier in front of women seeking abortions.
Gee, and all this is coming from a bunch of Libtards who don’t seem to have any problem at all with South Dakota’s law which requires a 4-day waiting period to purchase a handgun for self-defense [S.D. Codified Laws 23-7-9]…
But the compulsory counseling at pregnancy crisis centers, she said, would be even worse.
“The centers are non-regulated, non-licensed, non-accredited, and they are not covered by HIPAA laws, or any other privacy law,” said Stoesz.
That would be the “Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act” of 1996 which protects a patient’s right to privacy. In other words, Planned Parenthood is more concerned about a woman’s privacy than they are about her unborn child’s right to live.
“Their sole focus is to dissuade women from having an abortion.”
D-u-u-u-h! Hey, you would think that an organization with “planned” and “parenthood” in their title would have no problem offering counseling [a.k.a – planning] for pregnant women who are about to become parents. But, we all know that it’s really not about planning for parenthood; it’s all about eugenics and planned barren-hood.Explore posts in the same categories: Abortion