http://illinoisleader.com/columnists/columnistsview.asp?c=15413 STANEK: Abortion Monsters, Inc. Tuesday, June 01, 2004 By Jill Stanek (Jill@illinoisleader.com) Many Americans still hold this view of abortion proponents. But the cover is slowly being torn off to expose their hideous true nature and agenda. OPINION -- During a recent interview, I mentioned that I believe one of Planned Parenthoodâs objectives is for girls and women to engage in illicit sex as often as possible, so as to increase the odds theyâll get pregnant and have to abort. The show host was flabbergasted. I was flabbergasted that he was flabbergasted. I reminded him that Planned Parenthood makes the bulk of its deadlihood - hundreds of millions of dollars every year - from abortion. My theory was obviously over the top in this guyâs opinion. The interview ended abruptly. The interview reminded me that most people still donât realize abortion providers are Americaâs true Monsters, Inc. In fact, I think the entire 13 percent of America who are hard-core abortion supporters are monsters, and Iâm confident history will bear me out. (Note the percentage is continually shrinking due to attrition at both ends of the membership pool.) These are people who believe abortion should be legal at any time during pregnancy for any reason, and fetal rights should be denied no matter what. From what Iâve seen, most of these âbelieversâ profit in some way off of abortion. These "believers" think that suctioning the brains out of half delivered babies is acceptable, that raising the cleanliness and safety standards of abortion clinics to those of animal clinics is unacceptable, that giving pain relief to preborn babies being torn limb from limb is unacceptable, that a nine-year-old girl aborting without her parents' knowledge is acceptable, and that Connor Peterson's murdered body was not a body at all but a blob. But the day is drawing closer when America will understand the devil theyâre dealing with. During President Bushâs tenure thus far, abortion proponents have been struck three serious blows. Two more are on the way, if and only if the President is reelected and both Houses of Congress remain under Republican control. In 2002, the Born Alive Infants Protection Act was signed into law to stop abortion from progressing to infanticide. In 2003, the Partial Birth Abortion Ban was passed to stop the most egregious form of abortion conceived to date. In 2004, the Unborn Victims of Violence Act established the personhood of preborn babies for the first time, for the purposes of federal criminal law. Now, the Child Custody Protection Act, which would make it illegal for anyone other than a parent to take a minor across state lines to abort, has passed in the House and is in the Senate Judiciary Committee. And on May 20, the Unborn Child Pain Awareness Act was introduced in both the House and Senate. This bill would mandate that abortionists tell mothers aborting over 20 weeks gestation that their babies will feel the pain of the abortion and to either accept or refuse pain relief for their baby while he or she is being aborted. These bills accomplish three goals. First, they save babiesâ lives. Second, they go around abortion obfuscators to educate the American public about the reality of abortion and personhood of preborn babies. Third, they expose those fanatical abortion-supporting monsters. The monsters cannot stop themselves from wildly shrieking when even the most rational, least intrusive pro-life measure is attempted to clamp Americaâs abortion hemorrhage. The monsters live off that blood. But, over time, as poll after poll indicates, Americans are becoming immune to the shrieks and listening instead to the calm voices of reason. Someday, all children will be safe from those monsters. Daniel predicted in Daniel 7:11, âThen, as I watched, the monster was killed and its body cremated in a roaring fire.â Itâs interesting that some abortionists incinerate aborted babies on site.