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originally posted by: carewemust
This is my first post on this subject, after scanning several threads on ATS. How can baby "parts" be sold when the fetus is so small that it doesn't have any parts yet? Also, if it's no bigger than a pencil eraser, as another poster mentioned, does science consider this life to be a "human" life yet?
originally posted by: The GUT
"...IT'S about the size of a kidney bean." "It."
originally posted by: The GUT
There's that "it" again.
originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: ~Lucidity
Yeah, and Judas only got 30 pieces of silver, too.
originally posted by: Bone75
Notice how they're dehumanizing these babies by claiming they're only the size of a kidney bean during the first trimester?
by the end of the first trimester they are the size of a lime and undeniably human beings.
originally posted by: JIMC5499
The OP is exactly right. PP is NOT selling baby parts. That would be against the law. What they ARE doing is donating the parts and then charging through the nose for SHIPPING and HANDLING. That's where they make their PROFIT.
The Center for Medical Progress, which is going after Planned Parenthood because of its abortion services, created a fake company to gain access to its facilities and meetings with its high-level officials.
Staffers for the California-based pro-life group posed as buyers for a medical research firm to ask Planned Parenthood about fetal tissue donations – a tactic that the lawmakers say could be illegal.
“This elaborate scheme raises serious questions about whether any federal or state laws were violated in securing the LLC or the personal identification that were part of its execution,” the Democrats wrote to Attorney General Loretta Lynch.
The members also raised questions about “possible coordination between the Center for Medical Progress and members of Congress who knew about the first video weeks in advance of its release.”
Additionally, the Democrats said the secretly recorded video may be illegal under California law, as it was filmed without the consent of the Planned Parenthood doctor.
originally posted by: westcoast
The 'anti choice' side of the argument? Really?
It's called 'pro life'. Let's be clear about this. It has nothing to do with choice, or the mothers rights, or the mothers body or people messed up sense of political correctness.
originally posted by: khnum
Once upon a time there was something called personal responsibility,for example my aunt went away had the baby and had it adopted
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: darkbake
Actually all you've seen is some videos. Those videos cannot EVER be submitted as official evidence in any investigation against PP. In FACT, PP is suing Center for Medical Progress for illegally obtaining those videos.
This whole thing may end up blowing up in the anti-abortion people's faces.
originally posted by: darkbake
That part is true, but the videos are enough evidence for me.