Maybe we won't murder the baby after all...

Over in Nevada, the civil magistrate has decided not to murder a handicapped woman's baby after all. And we're supposed to be grateful?

The decision elicited this priceless statement by an anti-abortion spokeswoman:

We are pleased that Elisa will be able to carry her baby to term, and that the court recognized that childbirth is a natural process and is the generally accepted course of treatment for pregnancy.

Tim Bayly

Tim serves Clearnote Church, Bloomington, Indiana. He and Mary Lee have five children and fifteen grandchildren.


Priceless, indeed.

Childbirth as "course of treatment"? I suppose that language has been used to justify the murder of other unborn children in less blessed circumstances.

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