As I understand it, this puts the burden on the attending physician who has determined, since they were performing this procedure, that, in fact, this is a nonviable fetus; that if that fetus, or child - however way you want to describe it - is now outside the mother's womb and the doctor continues to think that it's nonviable but there's, let's say, movement or some indication that, in fact, they're not just coming out limp and dead, that, in fact, they would then have to call a second physician to monitor and check off and make sure that this is not a live child that could be saved.Even NARAL had dropped their opposition to this bill. But not B. Hussein Obama. Oh no, you can't accuse him of flip-floppery on this one.
Thursday, August 21, 2008
Obama was the only person to speak out against the Born Alive Infant Protection Act. What was he concerned about? The burden that would be placed on the doctor who performed the abortion to have to call in another doctor to determine the viability of the
baby... no fetus... no limp and dead lump of flesh... eh “however way you want to describe it.”
ht: Michelle Malkin