In fact, dismemberment abortions are every bit as brutal as partial-birth abortions
A number of other factors rate nearly as high, including 13% who mention the court's decision on partial-birth abortion
No pun intended, but abortion activists should have let the partial-birth abortion
issue die a long time ago.
The performance of a partial-birth abortion
bears a close resemblance to the noneconomic possession of a gun.
In addition to partial-birth abortion
and D&X, it has also been called intact D&E for intact dilation and evacuation, since the fetus remains intact throughout the procedure.
The term partial-birth abortion
was defined in the 1996 legislation as one wherein "the person performing the abortion partially vaginally delivers a living fetus before killing the infant and completing the delivery.
It is true that the partial-birth abortion
ban act also not include a "health" exception.
He said the court has a new opportunity to define what the health of the mother means when it considers the challenge to the Partial-Birth Abortion
The bill plainly states that the ban "does not apply to a partial-birth abortion
that is necessary to save the life of a mother whose life is endangered by a physical disorder, physical illness or physical injury, including a life-endangering physical condition caused by or arising from the pregnancy itself.
Because the issue of partial-birth abortion
was settled so long ago, it's as if Campaign 2016 has traveled back in time and space to the '90s, when the horrific procedure was a matter of course for some abortionists.
The note outlines the two stands, stating, "As president, Bush has signed the ban on partial-birth abortions
, which his administration has defended against court challenges; signed the Born Alive Infants Protection Act; reinstituted the "Mexico City policy" that bars the use of U.