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David Ripley: Governor Signs Fetal Pain Legislation

April 15th, 2011 by Halli

Idaho Chooses Life

This legislation would ban almost all abortions after 20 weeks’ gestation based upon a legislative finding that a preborn child is able to feel pain during an abortion. Testimony during the legislative session from several medical experts offered substantial scientific evidence that a preborn child has developed the neurological means to experience pain by at least the 20-week mark.
But, as we testified, the fact of prenatal suffering is hardly a revelation.

During the 1990s, the late Bernard Nathanson offered the world a chance to confront what “abortion” means by filming a live abortion of a late first-term child. It is, appropriately enough, entitled, “Silent Scream”.

Attacked by forceps and a scalpel, we can watch the baby writhe to get away, fighting for its life.

No human can see this video without having to confront the horrible suffering to which we are subjecting these tiny brothers and sisters. It rightly undermines our proud claim to being the most advanced civilization in history.

The primary virtue of SB1165 is its focus on the preborn child and his irrefutable status as a defenseless human being, too often the target of our cruel selfishness.

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