Saturday, June 2, 2007

Calling a Spade, A Spade


In case you have not heard GOOGLE (whom I'm sure most are familiar with) has introduced street level view's of a limited amount of cities-San Francisco Bay area, New York, Las Vegas, Denver and Miami- now I admit that when using the street level view it emits an creepy feeling for sure, but it seems there are bigger problems with this technology- such as allowing people to know what an abortion clinic is really all about.

Per this AP article an abortion clinic in Miami is a little upset with Google, per the article:

Eileen Diamond is hoping she can persuade Google to replace its current picture of a Miami street corner where protesters gather once a week to protest the abortions performed at A Choice For Women. The picture, still available on Google's maps Friday afternoon, includes a cluster of protesters standing outside the clinic, an image that clinic administrator Diamond worries will scare away potential patients or perhaps attract trouble makers to the facility.

"It's sort of disturbing because it's certainly not the kind of message we want to be sending out," said Diamond. "It's already very painful for our patients to come in. We want them to feel safe and protected."

So Ms. Diamond, you are worried about the "Image" of an baby murder mill? Im not sure even with enough sugar cane that you could candy coat an abortion mill.
If this is the kind of message that you do not want to be sending out then only one action will change that message, stop performing abortions! Yes it is painful for women to come into a place to commit legal murder, but there is no possible way for anyone to feel "Safe and protected" in an abortion clinic, most of all the innocent life of the child in the same room.

You don't like the feeling Ms.Diamond of your nice comfortable abortion office being violated you want to feel safe and secure, maybe that same safe and secure feeling of being inside the womb, the most safe and secure place on earth, until businesses like yours came around.

I understand your point of view Ms. Diamond, you are the proprietor of an establishment thats #1 business is murdering babies, and any negative connotations of such you wish to be swept under the rug- bad for business, at what point Ms. Diamond, Can I call a spade a spade?

Here is the Image (I took a screen shot for fear of Google Removing the Image):



Saint Michael, Protect Us!

1 comment:

Paul, just this guy, you know? said...

Hey, if they're a landmark, it'll help people find the place.

You don't want protesters? Change your abortion mill to a clinic for poor people.