Thursday, 8 September 2011

Strong views and " impartial advice"?

What struck me most was this statement,
" With such polarised views can either of these groups be truly said to be independent?"


  1. I think the most important thing is to take counselling out of the hands of abortion providers: as a drugs worker I met too many women who had not reurned for counselling because, regardless of their views on the procedure, they felt a visceral aversion to returning to the place they felt their baby had died.

    Going to the source of a problem to receive help with that problem is generally not a great idea, and is the reason why you don't get alcohol counselling in a pub, smoking aversion therapy in a newsagent or drugs treatment from the pusher on the corner.

    Abortion providers may predominantly be publicly funded through charity status or be part of the NHS, but if meployees are like any workers throughout the land, they will realise that they need to keep doing what they're doing, and do more of it, to stay in a job.

    (Ed from Fulbourn Mill - I'm having trouble commenting.)

  2. As a "pro-choice" evangelical, I support the right of cheap hussies to have independent advice about their loose morals, to make a decision in accordance with God's Word, and to accept they have chosen to go straight to Hell.

  3. Do you mean you are having technical problems commenting, Ed?