Two families in Australia are suing their doctors for failing to diagnose their unborn children with Down Syndrome because they likely would’ve aborted their children if they’d known they’d be such a bother. So they think the hospital should be on the hook for the costs of raising the children since they would’ve killed the child – one must remember killed children are a LOT less expensive than alive ones.

Wesley Smith of Secondhand Smoke writes: “May these children never learn that their parents would have preferred that they were never born!

We claim today to be a society steeped in equality and tolerance for differences. But too often, that doesn’t apply to people with cognitive or developmental disabilities. I hope this suit fails because there should be no such thing as a “wrongful life.”’

God help us.