Stockholm Beauty on Water
Extend your Baltic cruise experience with a pre or post ABORTION stay in the beautiful capital of Sweden.
Plans to launch Sweden’s much celebrated Swedish European Union Abortion Tour Service (SEUAS) are well underway, but Sweden’s Christian Democrats are throwing a monkey wrench into the works.
Currently the abortion limit for abortions in Sweden is 22 weeks. The Cristian Democrats are asking for a review of the current abortion laws and are proposing lowering the limit on abortions to 18 weeks. This proposition has cause violent reactions throughout the Liberal Left Wing infested Swedish Government and even more harshly by Sweden’s Left of Center Media. Lowering the time a woman from a European Union State has to arrive at one of Sweden’s modern abortion facilities to just four and a half months from the more than five months available now is unacceptable.
Cutting a month off of the abortion limit might not allow European women to take advantage of the various travel and tourism packages. With gas prices high and going higher and cutting that extra month of advanced Travel Package Purchases time and Swedish Abortion Tour bargain hunting could reduce the funds available for purchasing Swedish souvenirs or Abortion package extras from the various Swedish Abortion Tour Operators (SATO). A woman might find better value in having her abortion somewhere else. Competition from a woman’s own country is to be considered also. Other countries might offer better Abortion Tourism Packages than Sweden. Eliminating Sweden’s late term abortion offering to Abortion Tourism might simply KILL Swedish Abortion Tourism altogether.
On the medical side, cutting the time down from five to four months to kill a baby might force Sweden’s European Union Abortion Service (SEUAS) , to periodically add more staff during seasonal peak times of year. With more time the Swedish European union Abortion Service could offer various packages that would be attractive throughout the year and greatly reduce the burden of those seasonal abortion rushes. The possibility of using the standard travel practice of double booking as is commonly done with other Scandinavian Travel Packages is sure to be rejected as added liability insurance might not make Sweden’s European Abortion Tourism attractive throughout the European Union. Women being bumped from an overbooked Abortion Tour to Sweden might also have cause to take legal action against Swedish Abortion Tour Operators (SATO), through the EU Courts, not just for the Cost of the Swedish Abortion Tour but also for assessed or perceived damages.