New tone! Why the shrieking hatred? Gov. Dalrymple (R-N.D.) signed legislation banning some abortions today.

More from The Washington Times:

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Gov. Jack Dalrymple signed legislation Tuesday that that would make North Dakota the nation’s most restrictive state on abortion rights, banning the procedure if a fetal heartbeat can be detected — something that can happen as early as six weeks into a pregnancy.

The Republican governor also signed into law another measure that makes North Dakota the first to ban abortions based on genetic defects such as Down syndrome, and a measure that requires a doctor who performs abortions to be a physician with hospital-admitting privileges.

Others weren’t as pleased, and they took to Twitter to spew some hate. Ah, the tolerance!

Living people? You mean like the ones with a heartbeat?

What is inhumane and barbaric is deciding that some lives aren’t worth living. In ancient Sparta, babies who were thought to be “defective” were left on a mountainside to die. Alone. We’ve come a long way, huh? That repugnant line of thinking isn’t new to pro-aborts. Author Virginia Ironside once said that adopted children would probably rather be dead and that a “loving” mother would smother an “unfit” child with a pillow anyway. Aborting a “defective” child is an act of a loving mother, she claimed.

And I think that if I were a mother of a suffering child, I would be the first to want I mean a deeply suffering child I would be the first one to put a pillow over its head. I would with any suffering thing and I think the difference is that my feeling of horror suffering is many greater than my feeling of getting rid of a couple of cells because suffering can go on for years.


You mean like President Obama? The hate continued.

Lovely. But not surprising from someone who doesn’t value life. The governor, and other pro-lifers, know that life is a precious gift and that all life, even life that pro-aborts so grossly deem “defective” has a value that can never be fully measured.

Court battles are sure to ensue. But, in the meantime, score one for life and for the innocent unborn in North Dakota.