Thursday, May 8, 2008

$25 Commission Per Abortion

That is how much Carol Everett made for every abortion she sold at the facility where she worked. That was before she turned pro-life. She spoke with delegates to the United Methodist Church's national convention during a luncheon.
"We are an injured nation, for many of us are unwilling to admit or deal with our pain," she says of the millions of women who have had abortions and still not found hope and healing. According to the UM news report, Everett told luncheon attendees they should talk less and listen more and focus on changing hearts rather than minds.

"I have never changed a mind by debate," she said.

Interesting the rest here.

1 comment:

ritan said...

Dear Blogger:

Fr. Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, recently posted two videos on YouTube in which he describes and demonstrates the two most common abortion procedures, using plastic fetal models, the actual instruments of abortion, and the words found in medical textbooks and court testimony.

You can view these videos at: (Dismemberment abortion) (Suction abortion).

These videos are part of a new project called, "Is This What You Mean?" It aims to educate the public about the nature of abortion and to challenge public officials and candidates who support the legality of abortion to admit what it is. A full description of the project is at

I am requesting that you post links on your blog to these two videos and/or to the full explanation of this powerful project.

We in the pro-life community have been fed up for a long time with “public servants” who can’t seem to tell the difference between serving the public and killing the public. This election season, it’s time for that to change. No matter what politicians or voters or Church officials are or are not going to do, it’s time that we who know what abortion is, draw a line in the sand and give candidates and office-holders alike this challenge.

If you will help spread the word by posting these links please email

Thank you,

Rita N.