Monday, March 26, 2012

"Wrongful Birth" Lawsuit Awarded Nearly $3,000,000

A baby that was supposed to be killed by abortion was accidentally allowed to be born, now, after 4 years, the little girl's parents have filed and won a nearly $3,000,000 lawsuit for "wrongful birth."

Behind the loving, maternal, progressive face of "women's reproductive rights," "education," "healthcare" and faux Hippocratic concern, is the steel cold, calculated---the ends justifies the means, substantially taxpayer funded, abortion industry.

Planned parenthood is the face of the industry and it is the face of evil.

And if you cross the monster, you will pay.

The long cold steel hand struck when KOMEN for the Cure decided to eliminate future funding to Planned Parenthood a few months ago. Before the sun arose again KOMEN had changed their mind and apologized.

Now we're hearing that, "At least 5 high ranking executives with KOMEN have resigned in the aftermath. Most recently Chris McDonald, executive direction and chief executive of KOMEN's Oregon and southwest Washington's affiliate. She will be gone the end of April.

If you cross PPH, you will pay.

But have you heard of a "wrongful birth"?

Ariel and Deborah Levy already had two children when Ariel became pregnant. They may have been okay with having another baby, but as it turns out, not this one.

Little baby Kalamit was born anyway. And she had some challenges.

Mom and Dad didn't want her because she was born with Downs syndrome. Mom and Dad said they would have aborted her had they known in advance. So they sued Legacy, the healthcare provider. Earlier this month, after 4 years, they won the suit.

"Wrongful birth" the jury declared.

It appears Legacy Health, who performed the CVS test, made a mistake or at least missed identifying the possibility of Downs.

Is this the latest front on the ongoing eugenic mission advanced by Margaret Sangor, the founder of Planned Parenthood? Apparently.

Selective birth and selective death. "Choice" with a mission.

Wesley Smith, co-director of the Discovery Institute's Center for Human Exceptionalism said, "The time has come to reverse course. We could begin with states prohibiting wrongful birth lawsuits as a matter of policy."

Arizona approved, on March 6, a bill that would protect health-care providers from "wrongful birth" or "wrongful life" court actions.

Could Washington State pass such a law? It's not likely with the present legislature and Governor.

What about a new governor?

Inslee and McKenna are both pro-abortion (pro-choice).

Smith says, "We may have a right to have a baby, but we don't---at least shouldn't---have a right to the baby we want. Most importantly, none of us should ever be declared by a jury to be a wrongful life."

Indeed.

Where are the outcries from the "rights" people?

The far left secularists, who have championed the cause to stop bullying, have become, it appears, the greatest bully of all.

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7 comments:

  1. This is just about the most disgusting thing I've ever read. And the lawyer says they worry about being seen as heartless?

    BTW, did you notice the little girl's name? How's that for a stigma to carry all her life?

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  2. Here is the statement on life from Rob McKenna's office.



    "The issue of abortion is one of the most polarizing in politics. In 1970, Washington became the first state to legalize abortion by voter referendum. Our state's voters spoke again in 1991 when they essentially wrote the Roe v. Wade decision into state law by initiative, allowing individuals to make their own reproductive decisions according to their own moral compass. And in 1998 they voted down an initiative to the people that would have banned partial-birth abortions.

    Those are decisions which have made at the ballot box. As Catholics, Marilyn and I believe that life begins at conception. We also recognize that after conception two lives are intertwined, the child's and the mother's. In accordance with our faith, we would offer support to any woman who asked for our help, in hopes she would to choose to have her baby, not an abortion. The point is that it is her choice to make, within the parameters established in law by the voters.

    Unfortunately, all too often one sees every pro-life viewpoint dismissed out of hand as somehow not resulting from sincere conviction. For instance, I support requiring parental notification and consent for those under 18, with appropriate legal safeguards, and am troubled by those who suggest that this is somehow an extreme view. I’m hopeful that any debate about abortion during this campaign will be conducted with respect for all viewpoints, as that is how I’ll conduct myself."
    I don't understand why you continue to point out, at every opportunity, that he is pro abortion. Enumclaw

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  3. Enumclaw. I suppose Gary points it out because McKenna is and always has been pro-choice which is not the typical position for pro-life people or his own church. I understand that McKenna wants to be governor and he can't get elected without the Christian vote, but his recent attempts to be more pro-life betray his historic positions.It's extremely difficult to be pro-choice and pro-life even for a shilled politician.

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  4. Margaret Sangor lives on, what a disguisting legacy to have. It's amazing that the people most pro-genocide have already been born. I wonder if they think they should have been aborted too.

    Craig in Lacey

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  5. It's SangEr, Margaret Sanger. At least get her name right, when you are dishonestly smearing a dead person.

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  6. Blogs are so informative where we get lots of information on any topic… Thanks and keep up the good work

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  7. It is upto parents who suppose to support those babies . So you creeps don't have any right to pass any judgment . You wouldn't be there to support and provide for such children with difficulty ..
    Right winger creeps are prolife only upto the level of fetus . but once child is born you leave the person on their own . no safety network no free healtcare or food for such children or any kind of support to such parents. so keep your mouth shut and let the people decide what they want ..

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