Abortion doc: 'We have to get over the love affair with fetuses'

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The good doctor...

The good doctor…

Campus Reform: In an hour long talk to Princeton University students, abortion doctor Willie Parker admitted to being willing to give abortions at 27 weeks during a lecture on reproductive justice to the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs on Wednesday, Feb. 18.
Parker is one of two doctors who travels to Mississippi to perform abortions at the state’s sole remaining abortion clinic. He compared himself to Star Trek and overcoming the final frontier – providing abortion care.

Part of being on the front line, according to Parker, involves recognizing the need and continuing the message hoping people will pick up and join the mission, much like the fight against Ebola.

The lecture, “Going to Mississippi: If I Don’t, Who Will? The Pursuit of Reproductive Justice,” was open to the public. Roughly half of the audience consisted of students, according to Princeton University student Brandon Joa.
The event was publicized on the university website, the WWS’s Twitter account, in emails sent to students, on posters, and in the campus newspaper. Posters said that Parker was on “the pursuit of reproductive justice” and praised him for his “leadership and courage.”
During his lecture, Parker claimed he went to Mississippi to help women gain accessibility to abortion. Parker stated that liberalizing abortion is safeguarding a woman’s right to choose how to live her life.

Just get over it...

Just get over it…

Parker attacked opposing viewpoints claiming they inaccurately frame abortion as something it is not. “We have to get over the love affair with fetuses and love women and children,” Parker told Princeton students. Parker continued to attack opposing ideas during the question and answer session.
After a female student stood up and admitted to having an abortion, Parker applauded her courage and and told students, “you can never know what you’ll do until you’re in the situation.” He encouraged students to end the stigma and shame surrounding abortion, declaring that having an abortion was nothing to be ashamed about.
“Parker was perfectly amiable in his outward demeanor, but his manner of answering questions demonstrated extreme intolerance of pro-life activists,” Princeton student Zach Horton told Campus Reform. “Among the many softball questions, only one side really had the floor, barring our four questions [of opposing viewpoints].”
Prior to the lecture, Princeton College Democrats sent an email to its members, obtained by Campus Reform, that “members of the College Republicans and Anscombe Society are planning on attending en masse and monopolizing the Q+A portion of the event with disrespectful questions, as they did with the Kathleen Sebellious [sic] talk yesterday.”
“It would be great for some progressive students to be there and show our support for women’s reproductive freedoms and for Dr. Parker’s advocacy.”
Parker is one of several liberal lecturers hosted by the Woodrow Wilson School this month. Kathleen Sebelius, former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services, spoke Feb. 17. Wendy Davis, unsuccessful Texas Democrat gubernatorial candidate, will speak on Feb. 25, and socialist French Economic Minister Arnaud Montebourg is scheduled to speak on Feb. 24.
Love them only after they are born...

Love them only if they are born…


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0 responses to “Abortion doc: 'We have to get over the love affair with fetuses'

  1. He loves babies like Menegele loved twins…

  2. Too bad Willie Parker’s mother didn’t “get over” her love affair with Willie the Fetus.

  3. He’s a mass murderer and he gets paid to feed his sick perversion of killing babies. I do have to wonder about the psychopathic tendencies of people that are willing to kill the weakest among us in huge numbers. I really don’t think mentally healthy people can do this type of thing.

  4. Kevin J Lankford

    Dang!…All he lacks is the horns.

  5. Obviously this man doesn’t know God…who made it clear in Deuteronomy that we are to CHOOSE LIFE! And I wonder if this self-hating black man realizes he’s playing right into the hands of the evil Margaret Sanger who wished to destroy the black race. I wrote an article about this some time back, entitled, CULTURE OF DEATH, and I couldn’t write about anything like that again for a long time. It was horrible, and what they’re doing to these little ones’ bodies is so vile and evil. There’s got to be a special place in hell for these murderers.

  6. “….Whoso employs the abortion mongers’ knife cannot escape the fiery corrosive waters of the Vetarani River…!” sayeth tour guide to the Abortion Hell…

  7. I have eight beautiful grandchildren. The love I feel for them is beyond words. I would willingly die for them without hesitation. The thought that they could ever have been aborted sickens me. Shame on this man, shame on our culture of death. Pray for an end of this horror, pray for the souls of these babies, and pray that this guy totally repents before it’s too late.

  8. Judgement comes for the sin of abortions:

  9. traildustfotm

    A man with seared conscience.

  10. This doctor is one de-ranged human being. The Bible says that in the last days there will be evil everywhere and people will lack natural affection. He really is to be pity because unless he repents, his eternal home will be in Hell!

  11. Well, there were Jews that helped Hitler in his effort to commit genocide on European Jews, so it stands to reason that there are black doctors willing to help Margaret Sanger realize her dream.

  12. I think when Ben Carson puts on his lab coat, he thinks like this guy too.
    Hey I know let’s make abortions mandatory! yeah that’s the ticket.
    Could all this be Rightwingnut stuff that actually loops back and meets up with the Leftwingnut stuff?
    Both get it wrong, but for different reasons. That’s what you call solidarity alright.At least they agree long enough to torpedo our country into hell.
    There is no aisle to reach across where abortion is concerned.
    It is either a means towards encouraging irresponsible recreational sex, or towards a progressive eugenic agenda,
    (and pronouncing it a public health matter or a first amendment cause.)
    Has anyone seen oictures of Hillary’s computer room in the Clinton sugar shack? share

  13. Doesn’t the Hippocratic Oath state that the Doctor should ‘Do No Harm’?
    So murdering an unborn child doesn’t harm it???
    Willie Parker should be struck off for that reason alone.


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