In no less a conspicious place than the Wiki, we see this entry:
What Obamacare does is "force" religious institutions to pay for birth control and abortion and that is wrong.The principle of double effect is frequently cited in relation to abortion. A doctor who believes abortion is always morally wrong may nevertheless remove the uterus or fallopian tubes of a pregnant woman, knowing the procedure will cause the death of the embryo or fetus, in cases in which the woman is certain to die without the procedure (examples cited include aggressive uterinecancer and ectopic pregnancy).
Why are taxpayers having to support PP in the first place?
My children are my legacy.
Mona Charen makes a good point here:
When a client comes in for an abortion, she gets a pregnancy test (one service), a pelvic exam (second service), an STD test (third service), a breast exam (fourth service), a package of contraceptives (fifth service), and so forth. But calculated as a percentage of revenue generated, abortion accounts for about a third of PP’s business. And one out of three clients who walks into a PP clinic is there for a pregnancy test. A third of those go on to have abortions.
I never understood how there could be an organization called "Planned" Parenthood, when abortion is anything but planned.
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