While the "Street Pirates" who have too many slashings to keep track of so they are awardees of the "Nurse Eunice Rivers Black Self-Destruction Award" in perpetuity - the Black Abortion doctor in West Philadelphia had done a heinous act that is deserving of this years first official recognition as such.
Dr Kenneth Gosnell has done a deed so detrimental to our genetic and conscious propagation that he deserves to be placed in a category where our enemies stand.
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Former Governor Ed Rendell (D-PA) Reacts To Killer Doctor
Responding to the grisly allegations of murdered babies at a Philadelphia abortion clinic, former Gov. Ed Rendell said Friday, "For all of us who are pro-choice, this is terrible."
Speaking after a luncheon at the Down Town Club, Rendell said that when he "found out the state Department of Health was not inspecting these places because technically they fall into a loophole in the law, they're not permanent structures, etc., I said, 'I don't care about the law. Start investigating.' "
He said he believed "the problem going forward has been cured, but obviously that did not help the people here. It's a real shame."
The Women's Medical Society clinic at 3801 Lancaster Ave. allegedly operated for three decades with little oversight. State and federal agents raided it in February as part of an investigation into illegal drug prescriptions.
Inside what some have called a "house of horrors," abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell allegedly killed viable babies by cutting their spinal cords with scissors.
"It's a tragic situation, obviously," Rendell said. "All of those of us who are pro-choice abhor this, because it casts a negative light on that movement. All of us believe abortion should be legal, but that it should be safe. Clearly, what this physician was doing is not safe. It's not safe for the mother. It's certainly not safe for the fetus."
Gosnell, 69, was charged with eight counts of murder Wednesday, seven involving the babies and one in the 2009 death of woman given a lethal dose of painkillers during a procedure.
Gosnell's wife and eight former employees were arrested Wednesday.