This is dedicated to all the moms out there, especially those who who are, or soon will be, mothers through absolutely no fault of their own. Larry
Thank you, Ben Berwick. Take this, you conservative Supreme Court b****rds.
Reproduced via a forum: I’m not pro-murdering babies.I’m pro-Becky who found out at her 20 week anatomy scan that the infant she had been so excited to bring into this world had developed without life sustaining organs.I’m pro-Susan who was sexually assaulted on her way home from work, only to come to the horrific realization […]Roe vs Wade P3 — Coalition of the Brave
I’ve been more than a little hesitant to broach this subject, but I feel compelled to say something about it; given all the attention it’s gotten lately, it just feels wrong to stay silent. So, here goes.
Abortion. There, I said it. Of all the hot-button topics there are, this one may be historically the hottest.
And it’s front and center these days, with states from Michigan to Texas and Alaska to Alabama crafting new legislation to abolish it, feeling emboldened by the conservative Supreme Court to challenge the landmark Roe v Wade decision from 1973, which protected a woman’s right to privacy in regards to abortion.
Just check out the anti-abortion measures being considered in several states or, in the case of Alabama, already signed into law. By a female governor. (!!) Punishment not only for the woman who has the procedure, but for the doctor who performs it. Severe punishment.
(By the way, where’s the punishment for the guy who impregnated her to begin with? It does take two, you know.)
Let me be clear: I’m not here to debate the morality of abortion, itself. Whether I believe it’s right or wrong is irrelevant. I’m taking issue with the choice to have it done being taken from the woman. That just makes no sense to me. It’s her decision, nobody else’s. Certainly not the state’s.
And it’s incredibly naive for anyone to believe that making abortion illegal is gonna put a stop to it.
Anyway, that’s as much as I’ll say about it. If a woman is facing the decision of whether or not to abort, let’s offer her education, counseling, spiritual guidance, whatever, but leave the final decision to her. Don’t legislate it.
I know some of you will agree with me and some of you won’t, but I’m gonna say what I feel. You’re welcome to do the same. Thanks for your time.