This is not a case about abortion.

–University of Minnesota biology professor P.Z. Myers

Are you quite sure it’s not about abortion? Because, if’n I have this all right, women sought abortions from an abortion mill and received them from an abortion doctor who performed abortions and is charged with 33 counts of illegal late-term abortions (in addition to other double-secret abortions which have been charged as murder) and the grand jury stated that abortion politics — specifically pro-abortion politics — caused the state medical and health bureaucracy to stop inspecting abortion clinics and not pursue complaints about negligence in conducting abortions because of their fear of how such scrutiny about abortions would play within the pro-abortion community.

I’m just an ordinary workin’ feller but I’m gonna take a flyer and posit that maybe this had something to do with abortion.

–Blogger Ace at Ace of Spades HQ

By the way, Ace also notes that there is a striking similarity between partial-birth abortion (which most movement types endorse) and Kermit Gosnell’s favored procedure for killing babies. It’s amazing the moral distinctions some people will draw between killing fully viable babies depending upon whether the head has or has not departed the birth canal.