To Sign Partial Birth Abortion Ban Wednesday, November
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 4, 2003
Following Statement Can Be Attributed To Nevada LIFE
President Don Nelson.
Bush will sign the Partial Birth Abortion Ban tomorrow,
eight years and two vetoes after it was introduced.
Nevada Senator John Ensign says that the mere
description of a partial birth abortion makes a person
birth abortion, used from late in the fourth month until
near the end of pregnancy, involves the partial delivery
of an unborn child until all but his or her head is out of
the womb. In
this position, the abortionist punctures the head and
suctions out the unbornís brain.
This shuddering effect is why abortion advocates
deny there is any such thing as a partial birth abortion.
Abortionists who perform these abortions deserve
fines, jail time and civil penalties.
will immediately be challenged on the grounds that it is,
among other things, vaguely written and does not contain a
health exception. These are the reasons the Supreme Court
gave for overturning Nebraskaís partial birth abortion
ban in 2000. This
bill has been precisely written.
Abortionists who cannot understand it should not be
The bill contains a health exception, but expert
Congressional testimony demonstrates that a partial birth
abortion is never necessary and may be harmful to the
woman procuring one.
Partial birth abortionists testify that most women
procuring these abortions were either in denial about
their pregnancies or waited too long.
birth abortion is wrong because of its self-evident
brutality to another living human being.
No one should have the right to kill a child within
a few inches of birth.
birth abortion has changed everything.
Americans now know what abortion does to the
the ban was introduced, support for abortion has dropped
ten percent, and the number of abortions has dropped by
over twenty. Striking
the ban will not validate Partial Birth Abortion.
Instead, it will further erode the courtís moral
authority and reputation as it did with its Dred Scott and
The Court must respond in decency and uphold the
ban on this gruesome procedure.