After Tiller: The only four doctors in the U.S. who perform third-trimester abortions

After Tiller: The only four doctors in the U.S. who perform third-trimester abortions | Mail Online.

Click Above and meet the last four abortionists in the U.S. who publicly advertise doing third trimester abortions. The article claims that they are risking their lives to remain in practice. Perhaps fear for their lives is also why they are becoming film stars.

What do you think they mean when they say CHOICE?

The four “abortionists of the apocalypse” are LeRoy Carhart, Warren Hern, Susan Robinson and Shelley Sella. They star in a feature length Advertisement  film which was screened at the Sundance Film Festival last weekend. All of these practitioners are getting along in years, but appear not to be planning retirement in the event of obamacare.

Lefties at NYT decry for-profit health care institutions

Health Care and Pursuit of Profit Make a Poor Mix –

If you’re feeling bulimic today, you can read (above) a leftist, Eduardo Porter, telling us that profit and health care don’t mix.

Health care professionals are supposed to do their work for free.   Profit is evil and the motivation for making money should not have any association with health care. How this leftie  expects to attract people to incur huge educational debt, and enter  into a very difficult field to work for nothing, is anyone’s guess.

There’s a claim in the NYT article  that a health care institution which switches from non-profit to for-profit is more likely to experience patient  deaths over subsequent two years.   The cited study admits that the shock of switching management and workers, and a myriad of other factors  could have much more to do with this effect than the mere acquisition of a profit motive. In fact, the effect of the staffing changes, and the patient mortality rate recedes after the initial shock of change.  This is a strong indicator that the mere profitability has nothing to do with the mortality rate, and that the shock of reorganization and personnel changes has everything to do with it.  The initial pressures of an institution to sell out to private investors is also discussed in the original study as a major factor.

The NYT also cites a 30 year old study of an unmentioned number of Southern Wisconsin nursing homes, and implied from the invisible data that for-profit institutions used higher doses of sedatives in their patients than the non-profits.

That the New York Times would try to convince you that health care workers and institutions should provide services for free, or at cost, is no surprise. That they would extrapolate the study results from religious affiliated non-profits, and pretend that government-run institutions would operate similarly is similarly  not a surprise.

It would, however, be a huge shock and surprise to see the leftie press calling for ABORTIONISTS to provide their services at cost, and take no profits.   There’s a fortune in abortion, and this is true for Planned Parenthood, which is excused from taxes as a supposed non-profit  (though it does make and report profit), as well as the multitudinous for-profit abortion industries. See an example of Planned Parenthood’s form 990.  Don’t ever hold your breath waiting for abortionists to be held to the same standards as real  health care providers.

You will NEVER hear a cry from the New York Times that Universities should cease to take profits,  or stop  paying their instructors and administrators well over the salaries and benefits of equally educated private sector employees.  You will never hear them ask that the salaries and benefits  of public school teachers be reduced to that of similarly educated private sector employees.

Those involved in furthering the agenda of the left will continue to reap profits and rewards well above the national average with the blessings of their media machine.  However, they won’t be satisfied until the rest of us, who provide essential goods and services, are working and living as slaves.

Times of India: Amisha Bhatt Busts Sex Selective Abortionists

Forced into abortion 6 times, woman turns whistleblower – Times Of India.

India has long held a cultural and economic preference for male babies. Those weddings for the girls are expensive, and the male children are more efficient as a social security policy for the parents.

Amisha (Yagnik) Bhatt, of Vastrapur has undergone five sex selection abortions, coerced by her husband, Priyavadan Bhatt, of Anand, and his parents, who desired a male heir. Only one girl child, Kamya, survives. Amisha was married in 2000, and, failing to produce a male child, was rejected by the family in 2009. They were expecting that another wife can produce a male heir, as the biology of sex determination is lost on them. Priyavadan and his parents Gunvantrai and Niranjana Bhatt were arrested in 2009, by the Vastrapur police based upon the charges by Amisha.

India has a Pre-Conception & Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (PCPNDT) Act, which prohibits sex selection abortions but this has not stopped collusion between sonography clinics and abortion clinics. Some sonographers are hiding the names of women who have been sent to the abortion clinics based upon the sex of the baby. The receipts and records supplied by Amisha Bhatt showed the connection between the sonographers and the abortion clinics, and has resulted in two doctors losing their licenses for malpractice. The state government is reviewing medical reporting requirements to prevent this collusion in the future.  Yogkshem Manav Sansthan, a social welfare group has been providing assistance to Amisha Bhatt  in exposing the crimes of her former in-laws, the sonographers and the abortionists.

Operation Rescue: Haskell Watch

Cincinnati Right to Life has reported to Operation Rescue that an ambulance has transported a patient from the Womans Med Center in Sharonville, Ohio during the morning of March 28,2012.

Dr Steven Brinn, a pediatrician in a neighboring office,  stated that the woman was being bagged (breathing assistance) and carried out on a stretcher by paramedics.

Haskell  lacks hospital privileges required for abortion practices by Ohio law.  He has a variance fpr the Sharonville clinic because two other physicians have agreed to cover his “accidents”.  One of them is William T Bowers III, who is under probation in Ohio, under criminal  investigation in Indiana, and who has lost his license to practice obstetrics in Kentucky.

Haskell operates an abortion clinic in Kettering, staffed by Roslyn Kade and Neil Strickland.  Three doctors who cover for their abortions at Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton OH,  are Lawrence Amesse, Sheela Barhan and Janice Duke.

Operation Rescue details the possible reasons why Haskell has obtained preferential treatment from politicians, and exemption from compliance with Ohio’s law requiring that abortionists have hospital admitting privileges.  Click HERE.

Haskell and former Sen John Glenn had a history of mutual assistance.  Glenn appointed Haskell’s supporting,  Federal District Court Judge, Algenon Marbley.  Haskell is vice president of Beta Theta Pi, a prestigious fraternity with such luminary members  as Sen. Richard Lugar, and former  Senators  Dick Gephart, Mark Hatfield, and Bob Packwood.

Pharmer would like to remind the public that many “accidents” at the abortion clinics, which do not occur while pro-life protesters are stationed outside, remain hidden.   Health care professionals and institutions fear reprisals if any patient identifying data  were to  be accidentally given if they were to reveal  abortion related injuries and deaths.

Sending Health Care Back to the Dark Ages

Democrats: GOP Conscience Protection Amendment Would Take Us ‘Back to Medical Dark Ages’ |

Click  above and see  Crazy democrats who think that protecting  conscientious health care professionals  and their institutions  will send health care back to the dark ages.  Their real message is that government should involve itself in the distribution of birth control  / abortion / sterilization, and enslave the unwilling to pay for it and to participate in the distribution.  This further extends the  violation of civil rights that is abortion.

The Republicans are opposing government mandated distribution and enslavement.  Under the Blunt amendment,  people would have to obtain their own birth control / abortions/ sterilizations  from willing providers.   Those who are unwilling to do this could retain their freedom and self determination.

In general, the Democrats  are most easily able to order others to do their killing for them.  Their separation from the actual act of killing preserves them from perceiving the consequences directly.  Possibly they also  are on enough meds to dull the pain.  The Democrats remain the party of slavery.

Killing is not an easy thing to do.  Pharmer knows personally  that killing animals for research or for eating is not easy.  It is very hard for military people to kill.   Most veterans take no joy in thinking about past  combat experience.  Some will avoid even killing animals for food, or exterminating vermin.  Some even have to catch and release when they go fishing.   Killing is  the not  the thing that  normal people  want to do.

There are decreasing numbers of abortionists.  Many health care workers cannot stay in that field for long.   It causes sickness.   The Dems are wanting to involve all of the tax payers and health care professionals in this killing.  They resent  those of us who don’t want to kill the very young, the disabled or the elderly.

We will be leaving health care  in order to avoid the assignment of killing.

This is what will send health care back to the dark ages.


Abortionist Loses License, Killed Woman in Failed Abortion |

Practitioner Loses License, Killed Woman in Failed Abortion |

Andrew Rutland, a 67  yo  Los Angeles abortionist has agreed to give up his license for the second time.  This time his troubles result  from killing patient Ying Chen in a failed abortion attempt.

The patient suffered cardiac arrest, subsequent to the administration of anaesthesia medication,   was hospitalized and died six days later.

Overdose of anaesthesia was blamed for the death.  One could not expect abortionists to know the vagaries (pharmacogenomics) of dosing drugs to patients of various sizes and different races. Of course that info is vital to avoiding overdoses, but those practitioners are not held to the standards of usual competency. Pennsylvania abortionist Kermit Gostnell had similar troubles with dosing the anaesthesia in patient Karnamaya Mongar, who died after repeated doses  of meperidine caused a heart arrhythmia.

Rutland had lost his license the first time after the death of Jillian Broussard, a newborn whose spinal cord he severed during a forceps delivery.

Ying Chen’s family has filed a wrongful death suit against Rutland.