One commentor ran the numbers and posted the following:
Assuming the mill operates at maximum efficiency, 30 per day, and
assuming there are 220 operating days per year, that is 660 babies
murdered per year. Assuming the building lasts 30 years, that is
19,800 murders. That gives an up-front fixed cost of $2,121 per
I guess the murderers get to do their jobs in a pretty nice place, huh?
Just saying, the next time some dope brings up the spectre of "back
alley abortions," you can tell him exactly how much we have progressed
as a society, providing truly palatial top-shelf surroundings for people to
snuff out life.
Doesn't that say it all?
Well, not "all" insofar as The Motley Monk is concerned. As the commenter noted, that $2,121 cost/abortion is Planned Parenthood's "fixed" cost. What Planned Parenthood will charge the insurance companies--and the federal government with Obamacare--for those "necessary medical procedures" is an entirely different calculation. How much do you think that bill will be? $4k, $5k, or more?
Planned Parenthood thinks that if you're going to sin, it's much better to do so in a Hilton Hotel than a Red Roof Inn.
Now that's real progress, no? Hopium and changium achieved!
Let the discussion begin...
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