Good riddance

“There are probably no more than about 200 doctors across the country who are (abortion) providers at this point.” Abortionist Nikki Colodny bemoaning the success of pro-life activism across the country. (CBC Radio’s Talk Back, Nov. 13, 1994)

Double standard

“It is incredible to us how politicians and the press continually uphold a mother’s ‘right’ to kill her child in the womb and then express dismay when a mother does exactly the same thing to a child who is out of the womb.” Jim Sedlak, drawing comparisons between abortion and the Susan Smith affair, where a mother killed her two young children. (Press release from the family group STOPP International.)

End all violence

“Amid the current lawlessness that permits prenatal violence, the pro-life movement must try to bring an end to that violence by using every means that is peaceful, moral and legal.” Vancouver Archbishop Adam Exner’s statement on the shooting of abortionist Garson Romalis. (B.C. Catholic, Nov. 14-20)

Culture of death

“A society that believes in nothing can offer no argument even against death. A culture that has lost its faith in life cannot comprehend why it should be endured.” Columnist Andrew Coyne reacting to the current philosophy which makes Robert Latimer a hero for ending the life of his cerebral palsy-suffering daughter. (Globe and Mail, Nov. 21, 1994)