The Daily Kill: Warren Hern 40 Years Later

* The Daily Camera: Boulder, Colorado, May 30, 2015: After 40 years in Boulder, abortion doctor Warren Hern is still at war. From this Alex Burness article:

Hern collects himself and, with cutting, dead-serious eyes, says, "You see why I hate these people? I hate them." He repeats that twice more under his breath.

"I hate them. I hate them."

'It's a civil war'

The feeling is quite mutual.

Bob Enyart... spokesman for Colorado Right to Life — roundly condemns the killing of abortion doctors and says there is "no justification" for their role in "the long war against God."

Even in cases of fetal anomaly, he says, "It's never a thorny issue whether to love a child.

"You don't love the child by killing it, and you don't love the mother by turning her into an accomplice," Enyart says. "Warren Hern is not motivated by a desire of freedom for the woman and her family. As with the left generally, his is a world view of killing the innocent and protecting the guilty."

The full Boulder Daily Camera story appears here. Bob provided the following to Burness, but this information did not make the cut:

* 1991 Flashback -- Pro-lifer Interviews Warren Hern: Nearly a quarter century ago, on July 3, 1991, late-term abortionist Warren Hern appeared as a guest on a Denver radio station on the pro-life radio program Bob Enyart Live. As then published in the Denver Catholic Register, the following dialogue on Denver radio's 50,000-watt AM 670 KLTT occurred between Mr. Enyart and nationally-known author of the Abortion Practice textbook, Boulder Colorado's late-term abortionist Warren Hern:

HERN: Abortion has to do with fundamental decisions people make about their lives... Of course the public debate is about who is going to make that decision. The individual or the state.

ENYART: So women and families should make the decisions, these life or death decisions?
HERN: Yes.

ENYART: Did you notice the news story this week; some doctors went to a judge to try and appoint a legal guardian for a woman who was in a coma? Her husband wanted to continue medical treatment.
HERN: Yes, I saw that.

ENYART: But the doctors wanted to cancel medical treatment.
HERN: Right.

ENYART: Would you have agreed with that judge, then, that no, those doctors didn't have a right to appoint a legal guardian?
HERN: No, I think the doctors were doing the right thing and I support the doctors' point of view although I'm not involved in that case and it has obviously nothing to do with abortion. But I think it's absurd to maintain someone on life support systems when they are not even functioning.

ENYART: So even though the family wanted to continue to medical care, you would have taken that decision away from the family?
HERN: Well, I think that is, a, I, I thought we going to be talking about abortion. This is really not a question I was prepared to discuss. It's clearly one in which I have interest in, and it relevant, but why don't we stick to abortion.

This transcript, first published statewide in the Denver Catholic Register, alerted a hundred thousand families to the truth that abortionist Warren Hern unwittingly admitted: that it is people like him who should decide who should live and who should die. The pro-abortion American Bar Association summarized the case as "the first attempt in the nation to wrest control of a patient's fate out of the family's hands." Oliver Wanglie wanted to continue care for his 87-year old wife Helga, as did their two children and other doctors at the same hospital, yet they were dragged into court by two Minneapolis doctors and the hospital that was trying to get the state to overrule the family. This case illustrates the deception of abortion and euthanasia advocates who claim to believe that these "life and death decisions" are for the family and individuals to make, when in reality, they will urge the state to come down against the family on the side of killing the innocent.

The family should be overruled by the government imposing the euthanasia and abortion industry's decision to euthanize (or abort) the innocent, including our own loved ones. This is the actual belief system of this nationally-known abortionist. By claiming to be "pro-choice," he is a liar. The entire Planned Parenthood organization, by extension and evidence, also lies about its own position. The abortion industry's lack of action against, and even arguably its funding of, China's forced-abortion program proves that Planned Parenthood itself is not even "pro-choice" but simply pro-death. Abortionist Warren Hern violates even his own immoral standard, and would usurp the family's supposed right, and give that power to the government, to "make that decision" regarding life and death. The truth is that the abortion and euthanasia leaders believe "unwanted" human beings should die. The family's desire is irrelevant to them, unless it coincides with their own desire to kill the innocent.

* After Sending an Undercover Operative into Warren Hern's Abortion Clinic: Colorado RTL now has access to the rare, original hardback copy of Boulder abortionist Warren Hern's infamous text book. We hope to post scanned excerpts from this book soon to the internet. For now, consider the caveat to Hern's invitation to colleges to debate abortion: "We insist that visual aid materials not be presented by either side." –Warren Hern, Abortion Practice, (Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott) p. 325

* Also in the Daily Camera: Charlie Danaher: Barbarism started long before the body parts.