take a look at how an "objective, fair and just" consumer reports advocates abortion.
two points of interest:
in the condoms story two prophylactics distributed by planned barrenhood, er parenthood, the top abortion provider in the nation, came in dead last in the condom competition. coinkydinky? i think not.
consumer reports goes so far as to intimate that birth itself is much more risky than the surgical removal of those pesky "uterine contents."
consumer reports, you suck.
(this story was shamelessly lifted from mr. newman.)