Friday, October 27, 2006

The Abortion industry understands the stakes in Kansas

A battle of national importance is raging in the heartland of America. And every prolifer is needed on the field. There are actually two battles—one legal and one political—and they intersect at the office of Phill Kline, the courageous Attorney General for the State of Kansas.

For several years now Attorney General Kline has forged a new frontier in conducting an ongoing criminal investigation into the illegal abortion practices involving failure to report child rape to the proper authorities (as required by Kansas law). In simple terms, any child who is brought into an abortion clinic for an abortion has been the victim of child rape. Why, then, would anyone protect a child rapist over the safety of a child?

Needless to day, for daring to discharge the duties of his office Attorney General Kline has drawn the fury of Planned Parenthood and late-term abortionist George Tiller (known as "Tiller the Killer") of Wichita, both of whom are desperate to stop Kline's investigation and particularly his subpoena of the abortionists' medical records that relate to late term abortions and abortions of minors.

As the court battle rages on, Attorney General Kline finds himself in the crosshairs of Planned Parenthood and George Tiller as his bid for re-election culminates with the Novemeber 7 election just around the corner. The hypocrisy of the pro-abortion forces has reared its ugly head for as they now scream that Kline is on a witch hunt to violate the privacy of women patients (despite that all names by court order are to be expunged from the record before being handed over), the clinics themselves have the women sign a disclosure which reserves for the clinic the right to release the patient's name, address, phone number, and date of abortion to political fundraisers.

It is clear that Kline's effort could cripple every abortionist in America. Securing the proof that the abortionists failed to report child abuse and rape and/or that they committed criminal late-term abortions will likely lead to criminal prosecutions. The likely result could be jail time for the abortionist who ignored the laws. Additionally, Planned Parenthood could lose its federal funding (approximately $227 million just in the last calendar year).

All of this explains why the defeat of Phill Kline has become the number one priority of the pro-abortion industry nationwide. They clearly understand what is at stake here. They know that if Kline succeeds in his criminal investigation in Kansas all forty-nine other states will likely follow his lead. The Attorney General's office may just become the most coveted pro-life office in the land. You can bet if child rape is not being properly reported in Kansas, it is not being properly reported in other cities and states as well. Imagine Planned Parenthood losing its federal funding in every state.

Are you beginning to understand how frantic they are to defeat Phill Kline?


At 8:43 AM, Blogger GrannyGrump said...

Planned Parenthood losing its federal funding... that's the kind of thing I dream of. For them to do their evil business relying solely on the donations of those who actively support them, and no longer on the backs of the taxpayers.

That'd be an answered prayer, for sure.


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