Thursday, September 10, 2015

Yale's Priscilla Smith: Being Torn Limb from Limb Is a Humane Way to Die

Yale's Priscilla Smith thinks being torn limb from limb is a humane death.

Priscilla Smith
Now we know why being drawn and quartered was a popular punishment with some from the 1200's to the 1800's.

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H/T Patterico's Pontifications

Now for a mature, loving woman's response:


MAX Redline said...

Yeah, Prissy's head of a "Center for Reproductive Justice". The testimony by abortion survivors was much more compelling.

T. D. said...

Gianna Jessen: "I'm speechless with Ms. Smith's reply that she thinks that's a humane way to die." Probably as eloquent as it gets both in her testimony and this comment.

MAX Redline said...

I see that you added that as an update to your post, TD, and yes - there were two women present whose abortion procedures had gone horribly wrong: they survived. I found the testimony from survivors much more compelling than that from professional abortion apologist.

T. D. said...

Yes, I found it and posted it because of your comment, Max. Thanks!

MAX Redline said...

Great job of tracking it down, TD! She gave a great piece of testimony, I thought. Just couldn't remember who she is. Getting old's a drag, sometimes - though it does beat the alternative.

T. D. said...

I used to think it would be "romantic" to die young. Too late for that now. Heh.