Shortly before George W. Bush’s election to the White House in 2000, filmmakers Rose Rosenblatt and Marion Lipschutz chronicled a New Hampshire gynecologist’s fight to continue providing abortions after the hospital he worked at merged with the Catholic Medical Center.
The doctor, Wayne Goldner, was one of the few abortion providers in that part of New England, and his push to continue drew irate protesters from around the region to Bedford, N.H.
His struggle is featured in "Live Free or Die," one of the documentaries to be screened at a "Roe vs. Wade film festival" hosted by the Reproductive Rights Action League at Yale University. [Source]
What an ironic title for a pro-abortion film. Obviously not a question the doctor puts to the baby before inserting the forceps in their head. The film should be titled "I want to live free so the baby must die."
We live in an ironic age, Jeff; the culture is steeped in irony; and there are no sacred cows anymore, unless, of course, the sacred cow being turned into a quarter pounder with cheese is a left wing shibboleth, and then you will hear anguished shrieks a-plenty.
Hey, who all is going to Washington for the March for Life? Why don’t we have a big Catholic blogger get-together?
Someone who knows Washington needs to set up a time and place where everyone can get to easily…
And remember that some of us are coming from the furthest wilds of Canuckistan…on the bus.
DO you know how many interesting people and things I have discovered are in washington in the five days since leaving? At least seven. Every single time I look up an organisation’s address or check to see where some writer is from: bam! D.C. Or, ironicallier, Bethesda, where I was living for a month, dammit! And I ambled around museums in a vague way. Raaaarrrghhhhh . . . . . .
What I was going to say way, nice new piccie. I like it. When is this issue going to be available online?
The prochoice motto: “Live Free by Killing.”