Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Oklahoma! Thank you, thank you, thank you for prolife legis

The Oklahoma legislature has done a wonderful thing for the innocents in the womb. I read about it in the NY Times today.
They passed two laws by overriding the governor's veto. They passed two of the strongest best measures to help protect innocents in the womb from premeditated slaughter. Those laws are :
1) to make mandatory an ultrasound for any woman considering an abortion and require that the monitor screen of the computer analyzing the Doppler over the woman's abdomen and over her uterus,be turned facing the woman so that the woman could see the actual picture of her baby in the womb. And to require that the technician describe the baby in the womb as she moves the Doppler about --to show the arms, legs, fingers, toes, heart beating, or in place, and brain, eye sockets, etc as the baby develops in the womb. This will be a powerful incentive to all women to carry the baby to term and to produce a living human baby instead of a dead shredded and or decapitated baby.
2) Give legal protections to Medical Doctors who decide not to inform the woman of the risks of having a less than perfect baby so as not to promote abortion as an option. I think that is wonderful news for Medical Doctors. Good medical doctors do not like being forced into the playing GOD roles of predicting the future of tiny humans and do not like being forced into unconscionable decisions of who lives and who dies. GOOD medical doctors consider the tiny human in the womb as also their patient and that it is their duty to shepherd that baby through the temporary living quarters of the womb, down the birth canal to the outside world ALIVE.
I think these bills are wonderful. I applaud the Oklahoma legislature for these and I pray that what they have done will give courage to the other 49 States to help protect innocents in the womb.
Read the article at in NY Times today; or on a link at this blog of mine
Gloria Poole; at home in Missouri; 6:34 AM, 28-April-2010
Updated at 9:31 AM to add in more to help you see why Oklahoma's decision is a very good one. Please visit these sites of mine to learn more:
Optimum Health is Achievable by Gloria Poole RN
11:06 PM 3/19/2010
Article about Clostridium Difficile that is a risk of elective abortions and all abortions are elective since there is NEVER is medical cause for killing, at:
my profile for news for life at: [entries for 20-March-2010 and 2/10/2010 in particular about / for articles about how an embryo becomes a fetus [the transition from one stage of development to another; remember all living humans were once embryoes and fetuses--medical terms for in the womb; and my artist's sketches of different stages of producing another human being.]
Gloria Poole; 28-april-2010 @ 9:34 @ home in Missouri