Now we're back to what's wrong with the world, I'm afraid.
Wesley J. Smith (whose blog I have to catch up on now that I'm back) reports that an Oregon couple is suing because they didn't find out their baby had Down Syndrome until after she was born. So they couldn't kill her.
I don't know if pro-aborts try to argue that these suits are wrong, but it would be hard for them to do so consistently with their position. Is there any way to be pro-choice, really pro-choice, to hold that it should have been the couple's "choice" to abort that baby girl if the test hadn't registered a false negative, and still to hold that such a suit is wrong? I find it difficult to find any way. Which is yet another reductio of the many for the pro-choice position.
I'm glad to say that my state is one of the 1/3 the story reports has banned such suits. Thank goodness.