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Yes I am curious, would anyone here actually find what was done here ok if the doc had killed the exact same babies before removing them from the woman's body?
Not to mention I read about Gosnell on that notoriously right-wing source, Huffington Post.
I first read about him in the NY Times, in this trivial little throwaway article.
Murder is murder. Whereas a lot of the commentary from the right wing appears to be more interested in the abortion thing and other media outlets' treatment of the story than in Gosnell purely as a criminal.
It was A-Rod who tried to buy the Biogenesis documents.
Not as big a failing as thinking that it's infanticide on one side of the birth canal, and a legitimate medical procedure on the other.
No actual abortion provider would do anything remotely like that
Who cares about the precise procedure, that's just a dodge, exact same babies/same dates, aborted in some medically acceptable fashion- how is that different than what Gosnell did?
Why is it suddenly a big deal exactly? And why, specifically, is it the right wing media that suddenly thinks it's a big deal?
Is it worse for A-Rod or for MLB to try and buy the biogenesis docs?
The latter. A-Rod has at least some claim to them, since they're his medical records.
The ironic thing about this thread is that the outlet giving the most coverage to the Gosnell case is a dreaded leftist free weekly.
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