President Barack Obama has come under fire for pro-abortion nominations for various positions and now he is drawing heat for nominating a pro-abortion Deputy Attorney General.
-- From "Obama Deputy Attorney General Nominee: Childbirth Worse Than Abortion" by Steven Ertelt, LifeNews.com Editor 1/29/09
. . . in legal papers filed during the consideration of a 1992 Supreme Court case, [David] Ogen claimed women don't deal with negative experiences resulting from an abortion.
Ogden wrote and filed an amicus brief on behalf of the American Psychological Association for the Supreme Court's seminal decision in Casey v. Planned Parenthood.
In it, Ogden argued, "Abortion rarely causes or exacerbates psychological or emotional problems. When women do experience regret, depression, or guilt, such feelings are mild and diminish rapidly without adversely affecting general functioning."
"The few women who do experience negative psychological responses after abortion appear to be those with preexisting emotional problems," Ogden claimed.
"In sum, it is grossly misleading to tell a woman that abortion imposes possible detrimental psychological effects when the risks are negligible in most cases," Ogden claimed.
The Obama nominee appears to believe that childbirth is worse for women than an abortion.
"The evidence shows that she is more likely to experience feelings of relief and happiness, and when child-birth and child-rearing or adoption may pose concomitant (if not greater) risks or adverse psychological effects," he surmised.
These conclusions differ from research both at the time and since then that confirm women experience much greater mental health problems following an abortion.
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