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VICTORY!: 'Busiest' Abortion Clinic In Virginia CLOSES Up Shop

VICTORY!: 'Busiest' Abortion Clinic In Virginia CLOSES Up Shop

Cortney O'Brien | Jul 15, 2013

NOVA Women’s Healthcare of Fairfax County was one of the largest and most frequented abortion clinics in the state of Virginia. It performed more abortions than any other provider in the Old Dominion in the last few years, including 3,066 in 2012 alone. But, thanks to new abortion regulations in the state and a denied permit, it has seen its last patient.

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This is perhaps much like

This is perhaps much like witnessing the shameful slave trade system being phased out and ended. Good to see happen. Maybe someday people will stop using euphemisms for butchering their own progeny and it will eventually become less acceptable..hopefully. Though yeah, I wonder if more clinics will just spring up elsewhere, though perhaps it's becoming more difficult for them. Just my two cents :)

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How appropriate would that be? Especially in the state so well known for some of Liberty's earliest and greatest champions. I'm sure they have some great quotes that would serve to denounce the horror of this wickedness that ought everywhere end as this; sadly, not soon enough.

I'll start with my Patrick Henry quote below.

Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them. - Frederick Douglass

is this really significant, or is it just closing so that . . .

another (or newer one) can take its place?

Have abortions really gone down in number anywhere?

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

Exactly. Its like when the

Exactly. Its like when the cops make a big drug bust and all high five each other while the next dealer in town just sees it as his opportunity to take his place.

We all share this eternally evolving present moment- The past and future only exist as inconsequential mental fabrications.

Maybe cops were protecting "their" dealer.

Fact is, officials are guilty until proven innocent.

It's the price of authority.

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