Ken Sims, Published August 02 2009
It’s all about making moneyIt’s not surprising that the Red River Women’s Clinic has filed a lawsuit over the new North Dakota abortion law. It says the law is unclear as to whether the “clinic” must allow the woman to hear the heartbeat. Director Tammi Kromenacker says the law is “vague and confusing.” I suppose the alternative is to have someone other than the woman hear the heartbeat. Then that person could tell her, “Yup, your baby has a heartbeat all right. Now let’s get down to business.”
It’s so obvious the clinic is more concerned about business than about women’s health. Whenever a bill is introduced about providing women with more information about the abortion procedure or mandating a 24-hour waiting period, it is strongly opposed by pro-abortion groups. They don’t want to reduce the number of abortions. If they did, then letting a woman listen to the heartbeat would not be a concern; it would be encouraged.
Unplanned or unintended pregnancy is reality, but unplanned does not mean unwanted. Heartbeats prove the baby is real and alive. Listen, can you hear it? There is only one real choice. Please choose life.