If you want an article that totally captures what is wrong with our schools, our culture and our health care, this one summarizes it. If the school had exposed the girl to a Bible, the teacher and principal would have been fired. Instead, they send her off to get a secret abortion and they are heroes to obama's crowd. Is it any wonder we don't trust anything they say? *************************************************** Mother furious after in-school clinic sets up teen's abortion By KOMO Staff The mother of a Ballard High School student is fuming after the health center on campus helped facilitate her daughter's abortion during school hours. Story Updated: Mar 23, 2010 at 8:15 PM PDT Comments (484)SEATTLE -- The mother of a Ballard High School student is fuming after the health center on campus helped facilitate her daughter's abortion during school hours. The mother, whom KOMO News has chosen to identify only as "Jill," says the clinic kept the information "confidential." When she signed a consent form, Jill figured it meant her 15 year old could go to the Ballard Teen Health Center located inside the high school for an earache, a sports physical, even birth control, but not for help terminating a pregnancy. "She took a pregnancy test at school at the teen health center," she said. "Nowhere in this paperwork does it mention abortion or facilitating abortion." Jill says her daughter, a pro-life advocate, was given a pass, put in a taxi and sent off to have an abortion during school hours all without her family knowing. "We had no idea this was being facilitated on campus," said Jill. "They just told her that if she concealed it from her family, that it would be free of charge and no financial responsibility." The Seattle School District says it doesn't run the health clinics at high schools. Swedish Medical Center runs the clinic at Ballard High and protects the students' privacy. T.J. Cosgrove of the King County Health Department, which administers the school-based programs for the health department, says it's always best if parents are involved in their children's health care, but don't always have a say. "At any age in the state of Washington, an individual can consent to a termination of pregnancy," he said. But Jill says she not only didn't have a say in her daughter's abortion, but also didn't know about it. "Makes me feel like my rights were completely stripped away."