Part 1 quotations:
Interviewer: “do you believe you are taking lives?”
Carhart: “no, I don’t… I think, one has to decide when life began. And I think that my belief is that the unborn child is a parasite. I think it has no rights. And Science has not been able to come up with an answer. Religion hasn’t came up with an answer. And I think the only answer is life begins when the mother’s heart says it begins.”
Interviewer: “how many abortions do you do a year.”
Carhart: “About, just under 2,000.”
Interviewer: “do you feel your fighting a war?”
Carhart: “yes, I think we’re fighting a war. And I think, you know, the potential casualties are the thousands of woman that will die if abortion becomes illegal.”
Part 2 quotations:
Interviewer: “Do you ever feel uncomfortable about what the work you do.
Carhart: “no, not at all”
Interviewer: “as the pregnancy goes on and the fetus looks more and more like a baby, do you understand the queasiness that people feel about what you do?”
Carhart: “ Queasiness, no I don’t think so. Certainty, it’s like doing surgery on a patient. And it shouldn’t matter what you think Jane Doe should do with her baby. That’s between Jane Doe, and her doctor and her god. What you think about it, what I think about it, doesn’t really matter.
Interviewer: “Is your god happy with your work?
Carhart: “Yes she is.”
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