Monday, January 21, 2013

The darkest places of hell

Governor Cuomo is drunk with power. His newest abortion push includes the following: "...a massive expansion of access to abortion in the state, including lifting restrictions on third-trimester abortions, allowing non-doctors to perform the procedure, and enshrining a fundamental right to “terminate a pregnancy” in New York state law."

This is simply and profoundly a heinous action, and he will have the blood of many little babies on his hands if this bill passes.

Also from the article:

The state Catholic Conference condemned the bill in a memo, saying, “It goes well beyond Roe.”
“This bill says that abortion is fundamental and thus untouchable – no regulations on abortion, ever. No parental notification for minors’ abortions, no limits on taxpayer funding of abortion, no limits on late-term abortions, no informed consent for pregnant women seeking abortion,” it stated. “None of the commonsense regulations enacted by the vast majority of states and supported by large majorities of the public would be allowed in New York.”

The reaction of Timothy Cardinal Dolan, the Bishop of New York, is lukewarm. Weak. Submissive. Fearful of stepping on political toes. May the great Dante visit the cardinal in his dreams tonight with this message: The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis. -- Dante Alighieri

New York is fast becoming one of those dark places, especially for the unborn.

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