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(The Daily Dolt)   The first rule of abortion is don't mention abortion. Seriously, doctors, don't even mention the word, or Texas will take away all of your funding   (thedailydolt.com) divider line 74
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2012-07-13 11:54:28 AM
Smasmortion.
 
2012-07-13 11:58:32 AM

skullkrusher: The section also requires a TWHP provider to ensure that (1) outside the scope of TWHP, the provider does not perform or promote elective abortions and does not affiliate with an entity that performs or promotes elective abortions; and (2) within the scope of TWHP, the provider does not promote elective abortions, is physically separated from any abortion-providing or abortion-promoting entity, and does not operate under an identification mark that is registered to an entity that performs or promotes elective abortions.

Daily Dolt indeed


Alrighty then, be so kind as to tell the class what consitutes an elective abortion and what other kinds exist?

ANd if you read between the lines this is basically the "FARK YOU PLANNED PARENTHOOD" bill which is why it prattles on so about displaying the "branding" or "being affiliated with" an organization that also provides abortions
 
2012-07-13 11:59:17 AM
The Hour of Cold Knives
 
2012-07-13 12:03:28 PM

Magorn: Alrighty then, be so kind as to tell the class what consitutes an elective abortion and what other kinds exist?


well, since they used the adjective, it stands to reason that there is a distinction. Note they could have also just left the "elective" out.

However, according to Encyclopedia Britannica

"An elective abortion is the interruption of a pregnancy before the 20th week of gestation at the woman's request for reasons other than maternal health or fetal disease."
 
2012-07-13 12:14:24 PM

skullkrusher: Magorn: Alrighty then, be so kind as to tell the class what consitutes an elective abortion and what other kinds exist?

well, since they used the adjective, it stands to reason that there is a distinction. Note they could have also just left the "elective" out.

However, according to Encyclopedia Britannica

"An elective abortion is the interruption of a pregnancy before the 20th week of gestation at the woman's request for reasons other than maternal health or fetal disease."


We understand, but what is your point? Did you think they were talking about non-elective abortions?
 
2012-07-13 12:15:04 PM
Smushmortion
 
2012-07-13 12:20:35 PM
1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-07-13 12:24:02 PM

Politicandy: skullkrusher: Magorn: Alrighty then, be so kind as to tell the class what consitutes an elective abortion and what other kinds exist?

well, since they used the adjective, it stands to reason that there is a distinction. Note they could have also just left the "elective" out.

However, according to Encyclopedia Britannica

"An elective abortion is the interruption of a pregnancy before the 20th week of gestation at the woman's request for reasons other than maternal health or fetal disease."

We understand, but what is your point? Did you think they were talking about non-elective abortions?


I was answering a question. Who is "they"?
 
2012-07-13 12:28:12 PM

skullkrusher: Politicandy: skullkrusher: Magorn: Alrighty then, be so kind as to tell the class what consitutes an elective abortion and what other kinds exist?

well, since they used the adjective, it stands to reason that there is a distinction. Note they could have also just left the "elective" out.

However, according to Encyclopedia Britannica

"An elective abortion is the interruption of a pregnancy before the 20th week of gestation at the woman's request for reasons other than maternal health or fetal disease."

We understand, but what is your point? Did you think they were talking about non-elective abortions?

I was answering a question. Who is "they"?


You seemed to imply originally that this was a non-story because the law only applies to ELECTIVE abortions. Is that what you were trying to say?
 
2012-07-13 12:30:40 PM
But remember, Conservatives don't want government to come between you and your doctor.
 
2012-07-13 12:33:58 PM

Politicandy: skullkrusher: Politicandy: skullkrusher: Magorn: Alrighty then, be so kind as to tell the class what consitutes an elective abortion and what other kinds exist?

well, since they used the adjective, it stands to reason that there is a distinction. Note they could have also just left the "elective" out.

However, according to Encyclopedia Britannica

"An elective abortion is the interruption of a pregnancy before the 20th week of gestation at the woman's request for reasons other than maternal health or fetal disease."

We understand, but what is your point? Did you think they were talking about non-elective abortions?

I was answering a question. Who is "they"?

You seemed to imply originally that this was a non-story because the law only applies to ELECTIVE abortions. Is that what you were trying to say?


I was implying that TFA was dumb because it talked as if this law applied to all abortions.
Yes, I do find some comfort in the fact that it only applies to elective abortions, however.
 
2012-07-13 01:11:54 PM
Fetusectomy
 
2012-07-13 01:14:29 PM
Texas is America's abortion that crawled out of the dumpster.
 
2012-07-13 02:36:55 PM
My abortion was listed as "voluntary termination of pregnancy" in order to be covered by my insurance. Maybe Texas docs can take a lesson from California.

/ALEC really is the devil's organization, and I'm not even Christian
 
2012-07-13 03:11:37 PM

Graffito: LRA61380: Satanic_Hamster: So if a woman needs an abortion to save her life and remove a dead fetus, is the doctor not allowed to even tell her this...?

They call it "elective abortion," so maybe it's okay in that case?

The problem is that there is a large gray area. Does it have to be an immediate threat to my life or can it be a threat to someone's life expectancy? What if doctors aren't sure how life threatening the pregnancy is? Are you telling me that doctors can not discuss all options with their patients.

That's appalling.


But they can talk about it all the want. They just can't get any government funds...
 
2012-07-13 03:22:21 PM
They're just bringing out the kid in you.
 
2012-07-13 04:02:41 PM
Ah, Dick Perry, wifebeater.

/didn't get what he wanted, taking it out on people who can't fight back
 
2012-07-13 06:32:49 PM
Well, that'll help.
 
2012-07-13 09:55:46 PM
i.ytimg.com
 
2012-07-13 11:51:28 PM
Fetal emigration...they'll eat that right up.
 
2012-07-14 12:03:38 AM

Nuclear Monk: Fetal emigration...they'll eat that right up.


Not quite. That is a natural miscarriage. This is "fetal deportation" guaranteed to be supported by them.
 
2012-07-14 04:11:53 AM

Wyalt Derp: LRA61380: Just call it something else. Suggestions:

Hysterectolonic irrigation.
A red rinse.
A womb with a goo.
A Texas cold 'em.


Non government sponsored processed cold cuts?

/maybe I am a bad person
//maybe I just want to help feed the poor
 
2012-07-14 06:31:37 AM

Hobodeluxe: you know it just pisses me off to no end that these republicans are running ads here that say "Obamacare is just putting "bureaucrats" between you and your doctor" and yet all they've been doing for the past 2 years is passing shiat like this and the mandatory transvaginal ultrasound that the patient must pay for. fark all of them.
they scream jobs,jobs,jobs until 2010 then all they can do is obstruct and pass farking social wedge issues.


THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS
 
2012-07-14 08:40:55 PM

King Something: Lost Thought 00: Satanic_Hamster: So if a woman needs an abortion to save her life and remove a dead fetus, is the doctor not allowed to even tell her this...?

No. Doctor's should not interfere with God's punishment for sluts

I know you're not serious, and so do most other Farkers. Your previous comment alone is more than enough proof of this.

However, the following message is intended for those readers (including account-less lurkers) who actually believe what you wrote:

Say a woman gets raped at knifepoint, gets pregnant because of the rape, and the fetus is both non-viable outside of the womb and sufficiently malformed that carrying the fetus to term would result in the woman's death. Do you still think that's the sort of thing your loving, caring God would want? For someone to pay with their life for someone's sin against them?


She was a slut to allow herself to get raped in the first place.

/don't hate me, I don't believe what I just said
 
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