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Monday, January 2, 2012

Abortion Insanity | Catholic Lane

Studies sometimes seem designed to reach a predetermined conclusion The reality of this hit home in the exposure of some flawed environmental studies whis has caused a tremendous setback for the environmental movement. Here is another example.

"The 252 page systematic review “Induced Abortion and Mental Health” published in December 2011 by the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges is easily dismantled by appealing to its fundamental premise. You don’t have to be a medical doctor to know that if you ask the wrong question, your entire premise is flawed and time spent answering flawed questions is time wasted. People either do that ignorantly or dishonestly. It’s a faulty question to ask whether or not a woman suffers mental anguish after she kills her own child. Of course she does, a woman with her sanity and dignity intact doesn’t do that in the first place, and women who abort need help, not excuses."

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