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Abortionist looses Democratic Congressional bid in Florida

Posted in Abortion, Ben Graber, Children, pro-choice, Pro-Life with tags , , , , , , , , on February 3, 2010 by saynsumthn


State Sen. Ted Deutch on Tuesday won the Democratic nomination to replace former U.S. Rep. Robert Wexler, defeating former Broward County Commissioner Ben Graber.

In the Republican primary, contractor Ed Lynch held a narrow lead in early results over financial planner Joe Budd and a wide margin over retired police Officer Curt Price.

Deutch earned Wexler’s endorsement soon after the former congressman announced in October that he would step down from his seat and went on to gain the support of other local, state and national Democratic leaders. Deutch’s fundraiser with former president Bill Clinton in January pushed his fundraising past the $1 million mark.

Deutch will face either financial planner Joe Budd (R) or Edward Lynch (R), who ran for the seat in 2008, in the April special election. Lynch was leading by less than 50 votes with 95 percent reporting.

Not regularly reported, Ben Graber is an abortionist who has held several other political offices, including a position as a Florida State Representative.

Some believe that it was that high power state position which was used to skate a charge that as a “Physician” and a “Mandatory Reporter”, Graber failed to report child abuse and possible rape when he performed an abortion on a very young child which had been brought to him by her father.

In 1988 South Florida abortionist Benjamin Graber, examined a 10-year-old girl whose father brought her in pregnant.

Graber performed an abortion on the child and returned her to the father who was later accused of raping her.

Despite mandatory reporting laws in the state of Florida, Graber did not inform the state of the possibility of incest at the time of the abortion, according to news reports.

Officials discovered the abuse when hospital ER physicians examined the sister of the 10-year-old that Graber aborted who was taken to the emergency room for medical care.

By the time child protective services reached the children ( ages: 12,10,8 and 7 ) news reports indicated that the father had allegedly molested most of them. This came two-years after the father brought the pregnant 10-year-old to Graber, for the abortion.

Joanne Richter, executive director of the Broward County Sexual Assault Treatment Center told the press that Graber should have been aware of the possibility of sexual abuse and called authorities.

Graber never faced any charges for failing to report the sexual abuse of this child. Some believe that his connections as a Florida State House Representative at the time played a role in the decision to not prosecute.

Graber claims to be a protector of women. But, years later, when Graber decided to close his Graber Gynecological Affiliates medical offices in Pompano Beach, Florida where he performed abortions, he sought out another “doctor” to sub-lease the office, because he was still under a lease contract with the owners.

Graber arranged to sublease the office to abortionist Vladimar Rosenthal who owned the Today’s Women’s Medical Centers in South Florida.

According to news reports printed in the Miami Herald years earlier, several former employees of Rosenthal went to the paper to expose that that the conditions at Rosenthal’s clinics were not good for patients. The employees showed the paper records that Rosenthal was paying them commission to sell anesthesia at the door. Then, when the state inspected Rosenthal’s abortion clinic, they found an envelop on the premises which contained several obscene pictures of unconscience “patients” with their legs apart. The “pictures” admittedly belonged to Rosenthal’s male nurse, Barry Alan Hill. Hill was written up in a disciplinary action by the state while the abortion clinic continued seeing women, “business as usual”.

Employees told the newspaper that they were fired when Rosenthal was told that they had complained about the conditions at the clinic to the (NAF) National Abortion Federation. Rosenthal’s abortion clinic was a member of NAF which claims that they monitor the “safety” of abortion clinics.

Despite the fact that the above allegations were reported in South Florida newspapers, and on record with the State Department of Professional Regulations,now known as the Agency for Health Care Administration, Graber chose Rosenthal to sublease his office. In a letter explaining to the owner of the building why Graber chose to sublease the facility to Rosenthal, Graber described Rosenthal as, “an excellent tenant who has been successfully in practice for a number of years.”

Sources: The Ft. Lauderdale Sun Sentinel: Father charged with sexually abusing 4 daughters By: Kevin Davis: 12-6-1988/ Coral Springs News, number 50″ Protestors: Graber should resign by Gary Curreri, 12-14-1988 / The South Florida Forum, Vol. 3 No. 6: Ben Graber under fire for abortion on 10-year-old by Paul Carson: 12-15-1988/ United Press International, Father charged with sexual abuse of daughters: 12-6-1988/Broward County 17th judicial Circuit Court case # 92-04044, Ted A. hunt vs. Benjamin Graber/ Florida Department of Professional Regulation Case # 89-010853 and Miami Herald 10-7-89./ Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel, After state Senate loss, Graber will turn focus to promoting penny sales tax :9-7-2006 /

Other Sources: : Father Charged with sexual abuse of daughters (UPI) 12-6-1988; Legislator investigated over abortion – St. Petersburg Times 1-12-1989; Lawmaker under investigation for youth’s abortion (UPI) 1-11-1989

Coakley CHOKES: Scott Brown Wins Election

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on January 20, 2010 by saynsumthn

AP Calls race for Scott Brown

January 19,2010

Fox’s Bill O’Reilly has a guest, Howie Carr on the show as of 8:00CST / 9:00EST calling the race for Brown.

39% Vote is in

52% – Brown

‘Senate Wannabee’ Martha Coakley to pro-life Catholics , “You probably shouldn’t work in the emergency room.”

Posted in Abortion, Anti-abortion, Health Care, Left Wing, Liberal, Politics, pro-choice, Pro-Life, Religion with tags , , , , , , , , , , on January 15, 2010 by saynsumthn

Martha Coakley was on with Ken Pittman from WBSM in Massachusetts on Thursday. She told Ken that if you object to abortion then “You probably shouldn’t work in the emergency room.”

Ken Pittman: Right, if you are a Catholic, and believe what the Pope teaches that any form of birth control is a sin. ah you don’t want to do that.

Martha Coakley: No we have a separation of church and state Ken, lets be clear.

Ken Pittman: In the emergency room you still have your religious freedom.

Martha Coakley: (……uh, eh…um..) The law says that people are allowed to have that. You can have religious freedom but you probably shouldn’t work in the emergency room.

FRONT ROYAL, VA, Jan. 15 /Christian Newswire/ — “Thank you, Martha Coakley!” said Rev. Thomas J. Euteneuer, president of Human Life International, upon hearing the Massachusetts Attorney General and Democratic US Senate Candidate’s frank admission that the health care reform legislation being debated in the US Congress will have no protection for those who refuse to cooperate in anti-life medical procedures.

The Washington Times reported today that Coakley’s gaffe came in response to a radio host’s statement about freedom of religion for Catholics who work in emergency rooms and who actually pay attention to Church teaching on life issues. Coakley’s response was, “The law says that people are allowed to have that [freedom of religion]. You can have religious freedom but you probably shouldn’t work in the emergency room.”

Anyone who respects life and freedom must abhor Coakley’s disregard for these basic human rights, as well as her cynicism,” said Rev. Euteneuer. “But we must be grateful when truth is revealed, when a gaffe shows the heart of those who champion this life- destructive agenda and flies in the face of their false assurances that conscience rights will be defended in the new legislation.”

“These congressional cowards are hiding behind closed doors, afraid to show the American people how abhorrent this legislation really is. Not only is there no protection for conscience rights, there is NO protection for unborn human beings, NO guarantee of protection for the elderly and severely disabled whose lives will be deemed too inconvenient for the rest of us to continue to pay for,” said Rev. Euteneuer.

How can any Catholic still defend this anti-democratic and anti-life legislation? What more could those who actually know what it contains do to prove that they have no regard for freedom, transparency, honesty, life or even good faith?” said Rev. Euteneuer. “Catholics should unite against this destructive bill, and insist on real health care reform that actually protects life and conscience rights, and does so without destroying the livelihoods of this nation’s citizens.


More on Coakley Interview Here

A Coakley thug roughs up a reporter outside of a Coakley fundraiser at a Capitol Hill bar.