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How do you know the fetus feels feels pain?
Science.


Also watch, "the Silent Scream."

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I think they should also make you sit in the waiting room and listen to a 15min long recording of a crying baby with a soiled diaper opened up in your lap after not getting any sleep the night before while you're waiting for the sonogram.

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You are right, some people don't need to be parents. Children are born all the time to useless fucks that beat and starve them, do the kids deserve that? Why these dumbfucks don't put them up for adoption is beyond me. Maybe it's because they won't get free money unless they keep them around.

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good, assholes need to see they are being assholes and killing a defenseless human, i love how the left are pro abortion and anti death penalty, but folks like me on the right are just the opposite, in the end we all want people to die.

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How do you know the fetus feels feels pain?
The EMBRYO can't think or 'feel' until the the neurons in the brain link up around the 24th week or so. What is perceived as pain in the 8th week is merely reflex... kind of like a worm.

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Re: Texas Passes Sonogram Requirement for Abortion

Group Files Lawsuit Against Texas Sonogram Law

Updated: Monday, 13 Jun 2011, 4:42 PM CDT
Published : Monday, 13 Jun 2011, 4:42 PM CDT

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A reproductive rights group has filed a lawsuit against a newly-signed Texas law requiring doctors to conduct a sonogram before performing an abortion.

The Center for Reproductive Rights filed the lawsuit Monday, claiming that the new law violates the First Amendment rights of both the doctor and the patient and discriminates against women. The group says the law forces doctors to deliver "politically motivated communications" to women.

The law, which goes into effect Sept. 1, requires a doctor to describe the fetus' features and allow women to hear the fetal heartbeat. Exemptions are allowed only cases of rape or incest and when the fetus has fatal abnormalities.

Catherine Frazier, a spokeswoman for Gov. Rick Perry, says Perry "believes the sonogram legislation is important to protect unborn life" in Texas.

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