I can't think of a greater war on women than the decision to end the life
of a female without her consent.
My question is how long the pro-abortion lobby, particularly within the
Democratic Party, will continue their war on children?They've
been at it for at least 50 years now and have gotten very good at camouflaging
their campaign of hate against unborn children during that entire time.
Reasonable Justices and woman's rights are at the forefront.
@ChrisB 2:53 p.m. Aug. 20, 2013You are, of course, speaking about
Savita Halappanavar, who died in Ireland because they denied her a termination
of her pregnancy, eve though the fetus ha already self-terminated.--------------------@samhill 2:59 p.m. Aug. 20, 2013There is no "pro-abortion lobby." Nobody is advocating for people to
have abortions the advocacy is to allow women to control their own bodies and
destines, and keep the government out of their uteri. There is no war on
children. There is no "hate against unborn children". And I'd be
curious to know why you value a parasitic life form that isn't a person or
a child (and wouldn't be one until the pregnancy that is building the body
is completed and the living human spirit joins the body at birth) over a living,
breathing human being -- the pregnant woman.---------------------Advocate against abortion all you want -- I do that too -- but get your
facts and terminology right. AND don't try to force your position on
others. Persuade. Don't try to compel.
This "playbook" has a record of 0-8 right now. Any sports
coach with a record that bad would have been fired already. ;-)@Chris -- When you get pregnant yourself, THEN you'll have a right to
make flippant comments about wars on women. Until then, you don't.
"Abortion restrictions failing this year in court challenges"State legislatures trying to curtail abortions have suffered a 0-for-8 losing
streak after court challenges to their new laws this year. ======
Really?You don't say?You don't suppose
it's because they are UN-Constitutional?