Then one day she held the ultrasound monitor to assist a private practice doctor in an abortion (usually planned parenthood clinics don't bother to use an ultrasound because it wastes 5 or 10 minutes) But when she saw the probe approaching and then piercing the perfectly formed baby, it reacted, flailed and fought for its life as though seeking some where to escape. Then they turned on the machine and sucked the poor baby out in pieces. She remembered the ultrasound of her then 3 year old, and how she made copies and gave them out and hung it on the refrigerator. Her heart broke as the revelation of what she had been doing all those years instantly sunk in.
She got involved in the abortion industry because she thought she was helping women stay safe from "dangerous" abortions. She says the abortion clinic always instructed their employees to always think and speak of the mother's safety and NEVER mention the baby. Attempting to justify "legal" abortion by telling horror stories of illegal abortions does not make it right.
Most everybody agrees that murder is bad, but what if that person killed is an innocent baby not even having left the security of its mother's womb. Is that baby's blood any less real before it is born than afterwards? Of course not, it's blood is real and life giving.
Killing a pregnant woman is a double murder for a reason! They created fetal homicide laws after the Roe v Wade decision because that child in the womb has a life and a value and even though the US supreme court denied it is true in that horrible court decision, individual states still recognized the truth and created laws to protect the innocent unborn and clarify their value.
That baby is IN her body, it is not HER body or her life. It is no more her body before it breathes than afterwards. She has an important role, to nurture and grow the life within her, but...
There is a lot of info and statistics that show children do best in married two parent homes where the mother can stay home and care for the baby. You can check out this site for more info on that: www.drlaura.com