Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Kagan's Abortion Amendment reporting has shown that Elena Kagan, current nominee for Supreme Court Justice, had a strong hand in striking down a Nebraska law that banned partial birth abortion. Ironically, it is not her position that is the worst part of this story, but the underhanded, dishonest manner in which she went about achieving her goal. Recent evidence (that the Clinton Library tried to conceal from the public) shows that Kagan, acting as Clinton's Deputy Policy Advisor, manipulated a report by a panel from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) to trick the Supreme Court into believing that qualified doctors agreed that partial birth abortion was a medically necessary procedure. On the contrary, the ACOG could point to not even one single set of circumstances where the abortion would save  a mother's life. Here is the documentation that proves Kagan's shady, deceptive orchestration. The edits below are in her own hand:

To summarize, the original document actually written by the ACOG read, "the procedure (partial birth abortion) may not be the best or most appropriate procedure in a particular circumstance to save the life or preserve the health of a woman." After Kagan took her pen to the page it read, "An intact D & X may be the best or most appropriate procedure in a particular circumstance to save the life or preserve the health of a woman.” Kagan completely altered the meaning of the message to be the opposite! She also sneakily inserted the term "intact D&X" which stands for "dilation and extraction" in order to make partial birth abortion seem more antiseptic-- removed from human suffering and death. 

Elena Kagan duped the very judicial body to which she now wants a seat. Whether you believe that abortion is right or wrong, it is indisputable that such dishonesty is unbefitting the highest court in the land. Her actions did not only affect Nebraska during the Clinton administration, but the entire country. When President Bush later signed a federal partial birth abortion ban, the ACOG official policy statement was instrumental to overturning it because it was regarded by judges as the result of reasoned collaboration of medical experts. Nay, it was nothing more than the ramrodding of the Clinton agenda by his "policy advisor" Elena Kagan.

Sounds like the work of a Mafia goon to me. When this woman gets confirmed the scales of justice will be tipped out of favor for judicial integrity, unborn children, and the American people alike.

Stand Tall Patriots,


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