Continued deception and great leaps of logical faith beg the question: Who will save columnist Dennis Taylor’s soul?

Dear Editor:
Dennis Taylor does not understand the phrase

whole truth.

The purpose of my previous letter was to give a more complete
description of the tragic death of a woman after taking RU-486, to
explain that there are other deaths attributed to this drug, and to
enlighten him on its abortion capabilities.
Dear Editor:

Dennis Taylor does not understand the phrase “whole truth.”

The purpose of my previous letter was to give a more complete description of the tragic death of a woman after taking RU-486, to explain that there are other deaths attributed to this drug, and to enlighten him on its abortion capabilities. I do not care if septic shock can be referred to as blood poisoning – the important point (i.e. “whole truth” ) is that this poor woman suffered a horrible death after taking a drug deemed safe by sick-minded liberals.

Mr. Taylor does not even attribute the death to RU-486. He states “Oh, and she didn’t die as a result of the drug. According to autopsy reports released in November of last year, her death was the result of sepsis – toxic shock – from infection that followed the abortion, an event that can follow any abortion, or an array of other invasive surgical procedures.”

Since fragments of the fetus left inside the uterus led to a massive infection and ultimately death, how can anyone not attribute it to taking RU-486? It is clear that Mr. Taylor can because he doesn’t tell the “whole truth.”

Taylor is concerned with America’s soul when he should be worried about his own.

Steven Sepka, Gilroy

Submitted Thursday, July 1 to [email protected]

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