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Partial-Birth Abortion I Intro- In 1973 the Supreme Court handed down its Roe vs Wade decision legalizing abortion in all fifty states during all nine months of pregnancy for any reason medical social or otherwise Of the approximately 15 million abortions performed each year 93 are done electively Most reasons are things such as the woman doesnt feel ready for a baby cant afford one or has broke up with her boyfriend Recently a procedure known as the partial-birth abortion has been developed Partial-birth abortions are murder and should be outlawed II For those who dont know partial birth abortion is a procedure used to abort a woman who has been pregnant for 45 or longer Guided by ultrasound the doctor reaches into the uterus grabs the unborn babys leg with forceps an pulls the baby into the birth canal except for the head which is deliberately kept just inside the womb The baby is still alive at this point of the abortion The doctor then jams scissors into the back of the babys skull and spreads the tips off the scissors apart to enlarge the wound After removing the scissors a suction catheter is inserted into the skull and the babys brains are sucked out The collapsed head is then removed from the uterus Sometimes the abortion doesnt go so smoothly The babys legs and arms are sometime ripped off in the process of pulling the baby through the birth canal III I learned of this atrocity last year off of a television show I cant believe such a procedure exists How can someone not call this murder A couple in Delaware was sentenced to death for killing their baby a few months after it was born I dont see the difference between the two Representative Charles T Canady of Florida said The only difference between the partial birth abortion and homicide is a mere three inches IV I could understand partial
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