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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

California Democrats vote to kill more babies

Please don't kill me.
Why are Democrats obsessed with killing (aborting)
helpless children?

The State Senate of California's People's Republic on Monday approved legislation that would broaden the number of abortion providers.  Translation  -  more baby killers.

Democrats can't use their standard "Think of the Children" line, because in this case they want to kill the children.  So they switched to "Think of the women."  Of course, if you abort the female babies then in time you won't be able to think of the women.  There won't be any.

The 25-11 vote, with only Democrats in support, sends the measure back to the Assembly to approve amendments before it goes to fruitcake Comrade Governor Jerry Brown.
The bill would allow a nurse practitioner, certified nurse-midwife or physician assistant who completes specialized training to provide a common abortion procedure during the first trimester of pregnancy reports the San Diego Union Tribune.

Assemblywoman Toni Atkins, a San Diego Democrat carrying the measure, said many women must travel great distances or go without early pregnancy care because of the limited number of physicians who perform abortions.
“We need accessibility throughout the state — not just in urban centers,” Atkins said in an interview after the Senate vote.
Senate Republicans, however, say women already have access to abortion providers and that, by allowing professionals other than licensed physicians and surgeons to conduct the procedure, the measure could lead to more harm.
“The argument for abortions is we have got to get it out of the alleys. No more coat hangers. We need safe abortions for women. No woman should lose their life over this,” said Sen. Joel Anderson, R-La Mesa.
But “this bill puts women’s lives at risk,” he said.
Sen. Jim Nielsen, R-Gerber, called the bill “a dangerous direction.”
“I would urge caution — deep and profound thought and soul-searching. It is no light matter. Abortion is a serious medical procedure with vast complications,” he said.

Sen. Ted Gaines, R-El Dorado Hills, said he represents 11 counties, most of which are rural. “There is not an issue of access for an abortion to be performed by a doctor anywhere in my rural in my district,” he said.
That drew a rebuke from Sen. Noreen Evans, D-Santa Rosa, who represents rural north coast counties. “The women in those counties are entitled to access to the health care they need. Many women will require this procedure because their health is threatened,” she said.
Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson, D-Santa Barbara, said it is important for women to be able to obtain an abortion as early in a pregnancy as possible. With fewer providers, some in remote areas may have to wait longer, thus increasing complications, she said.
“This is not a complicated procedure in its earliest stages. It becomes more problematic the longer it is delayed. It is frequently delayed because women do not have access,” she said.

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