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Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 4:30 am

And if you are pro-life, what about in the case of rape?

And for those in America:
Should it be federally outlawed or should it be a state issue?
And if it becomes a state issue, should it be voted on in the legislature, or on a referendum by the voters?

Me? I really don't know LEGALLY where I stand, but I can't understand why a woman can't carry for 9 months and then give it up for adoption? But I will also admit that I think TOO many people are so concerned about having their own kids-legacy, I guess- and don't even consider adoption. I think it is very hypocritical to be pro-life and to NOT adopt.

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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 4:41 am

I am definitely pro-choice, given the correct circumstances/situation. However, Abortion, in my opinion, should not be utilized as a measure of birth control; I have no sympathy for those who are so ignorant as to neglect the usage of condoms and other birth control methods. Besides, as a man, how can I possibly begin to understand the emotional and physical trauma suffered by a woman when she is sexually assaulted? (example).
 
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 4:41 am

Pro-choice. I believe that it is perfectly fine to have an abortion in a case of rape or sexual assault. Also, if the carriage/birth of the baby potentially endangers the mothers or the babies life, an abortion should be in order as well.
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 4:45 am

Neither. I am morally opposed to abortion and do not approve of it in almost all circumstances. Millions of couples are unable to have children and as a result, all unwanted children should ideally be carried to term and given up for adoption. That said, I am fundamentally opposed to government regulating a woman's actions on the matter. It is a woman's choice to make a morally defunct decision.
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 4:46 am

Personally, I am strongly anti-abortion. I got my girlfriend pregnant many years ago, and we decided on an abortion - for a number of reasons, which seemed important as hell back then but now seem so petty. I have been racked by remorse ever since then, and so has she (she is now my wife). I wish we could make that decision over, but of course, we can't, and we will never know the child that could have been.

However, I cannot bring myself to say that abortion should be outlawed. Not everybody has the same beliefs, and some people may well have very good reasons to do it - I am in no place to judge. But I pray that they will think very hard about the decision that may bring them as much pain as it has brought my wife and I, and to consider the adoption route carefully.

So put me down as reluctantly pro-choice.

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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 4:55 am

Lean towards pro-choice.
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 5:00 am

Pro-Life! That's a human life in there and the only time I'd accept sacraficing it was to save the mother. Otherwise I don't care if it doesn't look like you yet, the child inside still has a soul and is meant to live...
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 5:02 am

Tell that to a young girl or a woman who has been beaten and raped, N766UA.
 
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 5:07 am

Ok, know of any?

It's called adoption, use it.
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 5:09 am

You know, with an ignorant response like that, I now understand why so many women I know feel when they say they do not want to hear a male opinion or input re this topic.
 
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 5:13 am

Because it's true?

Rape is a horrible thing, but how is murder any better? Any woman that's been raped should realize that mercy is in short supply on this Earth, and it's about time someone showed it. Why waste a life?
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 5:21 am

Pro-choice, up to 24 weeks. But I'd never want my wife to have an abortion if she gets pregnant. In our case that would be pure selfishness;we can easily afford a third kid.

But I don't judge those who choose abortion; what a horrible experience it must be.
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 5:25 am

If this is the kind of response from someone who stems from the lower end of the human foodchain, then I bow out of this discussion.

For the record, if I were a woman, and impregnated by a rapist, you bet your bible thumping right-winged extremist hypocritical ass I'd be the first one at the door of the nearest reputable abortion clinic.
 
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 5:26 am

Note: My response above was meant for the response above that posted by
QB001.
 
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 5:28 am

QB001, I concur with your statement. And hopefully there are many intelligent women/men and couples out there who are educated on effective birth-control methods.
 
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 5:29 am

Lower end of the human foodchain? Because I have values and I stick by them?
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 5:37 am

Having values is one thing, trying to impose them on others is a completely different story! In your words, you are saying that a women that chooses abortion is somehow lacking in values? Or is a lower form of human being?

I am pro-choice, not pro-abortion. I think that abortion is horrible and feel bad for any women that goes through that experience. With that said, it is not the governments decision on what a women does to her body.

Sorry, could not stay on the sidelines on this one!

BTW, my cousin was raped and murdered as an 18 year old college student in Chicago, so yes, I know of one!

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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 5:38 am

N677UA, your profile says you are between 16 and 20 years old. That is not to say you are not entitled to your opinions, nor does your age negate any input you have to a discussion. However, you remember your words when, in the future, your wife, sister, daughter, niece, or female friend is brutally raped
and impregnated (there is no such thing as a non-brutal rape) and you, a male, sit them down and explain to them that there is "no mercy on this earth"; that they must suffer and carry the rapists child to full term. Tell them that, as you look into their eyes and fail to see the horrific violation and trauma they are suffering. Then again, perhaps they won't be listening to you at that point, as after all, you'll then be "one of them" - a male.
 
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 5:41 am

Canadi>nBoy,
With all due respect, just because N766UA has a different opinion on the issue, he is "from the lower end of the human foodchain"??

This is the most charged political issue of the 20th century; his viewpoint is equally as important as your own. Just because you don't like what you hear, doesn't mean he is right or wrong.
 
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 5:41 am

pro life?.....pro choice?......how about prophilactic!

In the case of rape......let the victim decide, plain and simple.
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 5:42 am

I fail to see why anyone with a penis should have the final, notice I said final say in whether a women should have an abortion

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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 5:43 am

Overall, pro life. But I would not want to see it banned. I am totally opposed to abortion as a birth control measure - get the freaking tubes tied if you can't remember to take a birth control pill or are too lazy to head down to the clinic to get a depo provera shot, or if you're too stupid to demand a condom be worn. And I am adamantly opposed to the use of any tax dollars to provide for abortions, again, because most if not all of the above mentioned birth control methods are available free of charge from your local health clinic.

But there ARE situations when an abortioin is necessary -particularly in the case of anacephalic or microcephalic babies...the baby is going to be born dead because the only thing keeping it living is it's mother's body. With no brain, the child will not survive the first few hours after childbirth. Wy subject the mother (and father) to that kind of suffering?
 
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 5:44 am

777fan, I am sincerely so very sorry to hear about your cousin. And you are so right, I cannot imagine what a choice it would be for any female to decide to abort. It must be absolutely horrendous.

You know, I truly believe it when I hear women I know say that abortion is an area/topic where no man should ever tread. I agree and disagree with that, as thankfully there are quite a few men who, while not being able to empathize (of course) with a woman on this sensitive topic, can easily utilize their intelligence and see the logical/rational reality of it.
 
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 5:47 am

It is a difficult topic to discuss. I prefer no to tell anything because I do not want to hurt anybody, even only with words.
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 5:48 am

I despise abortion, however it would not be beneficial to pass laws outlawing it. I would agree to a comprimise, however. I think there should be a law saying that abortions should be illegal after the first trimester. 3 months is plenty of time to make a decision as to whether one will keep the baby or not.
 
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 5:50 am

"Canadi>nBoy, With all due respect, just because N766UA has a different opinion on the issue, he is "from the lower end of the human foodchain"??"

I stand corrected for that comment. You're right, I should not have said that.

And, in my opinion, so are the responders here who have touched upon the
critical medical/physiological factors in regards to the mother and/or the fetus re terminating the pregnancy.
 
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 5:55 am

To all, this topic is extremely sensitive, in regards to the comments above, opinions are perfectly fine, as long as they are just that. They cease to become opinions when someone tries to force their "opinion" onto someone else or because of their opinion are looked down upon.

Canadi>nBoy, thanks for the comments. This happened over 10 years ago and my aunt and uncle are still having problems dealing with it. It is strange that when I go to Cubs games, I have to drive near where it happened.

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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 5:58 am

I'm pro-choice: Keep your panties/boxers on or keep your panties/boxers off.

Unless you had no choice in the above, then you already made your choice.
 
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 5:59 am

Pro-Choice.

It's none of my business what a woman decides to do with her own body.
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 6:01 am

I'm not saying that women who choose abortion are somehow a "lower life form" as you said, but rather that they should reconsider their action. Why is it okay to kill an unborn child? I understand the circumstances, I'm not stupid, but I still feel life outweighs personal preference. You can adopt away the child if it can't be supported, but at least it has a chance to live. Granted, if the mother is in danger or the child risks death on birth, this is another scenario totally.

And why, because I have this opinion, am I suddenly a bible-beating hypocrit from the lower food chain? I have a value and I'm sticking to it. You didn't ask "Do you support women who choose to abort" in the topic line, you asked if I'm pro-life or not. I am, and I gave my reason. For this I should be ridiculed?
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 6:01 am

For the record my mother expresses nearly exactly the same sentiment as N766UA. This is not just a male opinion. In fact I have heard her defend the abortion clinic bombers as just fighting for what they believe in.

I'm not quite that hardcore.

As a matter of morals and ethics I feel that abortion is murder. Genetically the fetus is living human tissue distinct from the mother and any other human being for that matter. Because it is alive; Because it is human; because it is not the mother I do not think that killing it is justified unless the mother's life is in danger at which point it is self-defense.

As a matter of social convention "woman's choice" does not take into account the large number of women who are pressured by the MEN in their life to have an abortion. This procedure more than any other can cause emotional trauma of the worst kind, not to mention potential complications resulting in things ranging from decreased sexual desire to infertitility. But we can't dare ask the girl why she's doing it, that would invade her right to privacy.

I don't think bombing abortion clinics is right or effective. It is the law that these men are angry with, change the law, don't kill the law abiding citizens.

As a matter of legality I think abortion is yet another thing into which the federal government should have never poked its nose. 4 out of 9 supreme court justices at the time of the ruling felt that Roe vs. Wade was not decided correctly. It is an issue that should have been reserved to the states.

And in fact I think each state should decide whether to put it through their respective legislatures or to have a referendum to the voters.
 
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 6:05 am

The option should be there, but as stated above, if someone is not intelligent enough to use a condom/pill/patch they should carry the child and give it to someone who is ready and willing to raise it. Abortion should not be used as birth control.

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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 6:05 am

Jessman,

I agree, if there are men pressuring women to have abortions, and I am sure there are, they should have kept their dicks in their pants in the first place!

I have always maintained a pro-choice stance in that I do think that abortion is horrible, however, the govt sticking their nose in is just as bad.

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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 6:06 am

Why can't people just mind there own f--king business!  Insane
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 6:08 am

With regard to what Jessman said, I don't support clinic bombers or other radicals like that. That's totally rediculous. I'm completely against abortion but I'm not about to go and kill someone who chooses to have one. It's their choice, so I respect that... doesn't mean I agree in the least, though.
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 6:09 am

Why can't people just mind there own f--king business!

Where does one draw the link of "minding their own business?" Would you considering slicing the throat of a 2 year old by his parents none of your business?
 
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 6:10 am

Superfly,

You summed it up in one line.......!!!!!

I will say that it is fairly amazing that this sensitive of a topic has not degenerated like other similar topics!

BTW, abortion should NEVER be used for birth control! Maybe we should start cutting dicks off as a form of birth control!  Big thumbs up

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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 6:12 am

No, that would not be my business, it would be the business of the local police force, the family of the victim, as tragic as it would be, no it would not be my business!

It seems like the media today (pardon me why I rant) wants to sensationalize everything and make all tragedies everyones business.

When my cousin was killed, it was our families business and my aunt and uncle had reporters at their house day and night! It was a tragedy for our family, but not for most of the Chicago area!

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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 6:13 am

JAL777:
Figure it out.  Insane
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 6:15 am

The "why don't people mind their own businesss" attitude is the same one used throughout the Arab world in relation to the mistreatment of women (killing your daughters, castrating them, etc.,).
 
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 6:17 am

Not to be harsh, but it is their business not mine. Once again, as tragic as it is, I have my own issues to worry about! If I spent all my time worrying about everyone else, I would go crazy.

I am not condoning any violence, in fact, I agree with you that it is a horrible situation, but is it my business to take care of it?

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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 6:19 am

I am not saying "my personal business" but as society... it is our business. As society, it is our business to take care of it.

With that said... you will never see me march like a moron and throw eggs at an abortion clinic. That just makes me/anyone just one big idiot.
 
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 6:20 am

Maybe we should take their advice.

If you don't know them, then it is "none of your business".
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 6:24 am

This is actually a good discussion!

From society's point, maybe yes, but not from a governmental point! That is where I think I disagree most is where our government decides what, when and how a women handles her body!

Oh well, better sign off and head home from work.

Well said David B.

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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 6:31 am

Exactly. Just because I am against abortion doesn't mean I grant my government the right to impost my view on all women. That's the principle here.
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 6:32 am

JAL777:
Eggs?
What about bullets?

Abortion maybe an ugly nasty procedure but that's just the nature of operations. Doctor’s visits and surgeries aren't meant to be a pleasant experience. There are many women who choose not to have abortions and I say kudos to them for choosing motherhood.
I have heard lots of emotional mumbo-jumbo over women that had abortions and regret it. Well I know of lot's of people that's been married and regrets it. That's a part of life. You make your own bed, you lie in it.
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 6:37 am

When I said men in their lives I did not necessarily mean boyfreinds/husbands although they are definately the majority in this case.
Many young single women are pressured by their fathers to have abortions. The reason they comply is because daddy can kick them out.
We operate on the assumption that people getting abortions are reasonable adults.
This is not always the case.
Even legal adults are not always on their own. Heck I'm 22 years old and living at home while I go to school.
I freely admit that a child having a child is not a good thing.
In fact when a pregnancy is unwanted there is no good option.
Both abortion and adoption can be devastating emotionally.
Having a child in a home that is not ready or able to raise a child can be even worse for all parties involved.
But I would hope in that situation, given the choice, I would choose adoption.
At that point even if I did not fulfill my emotional needs I would have fulfilled my spiritual and moral convictions.
 
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 6:37 am

Superfly, well said  Big thumbs up

Signing off until tomorrow!

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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 6:44 am

I'm Pro-life. Maybe in a very rare circumstance I might say it is necessary but that would require very unique circumstances.

As for it being a state or federal issue, I firmly believe it should be a state issue. Roe v. Wade usurped state authority and power just like Lawrence v. Texas did. (Why does my state always get into these stupid Supreme Court Cases?) Allow the people of each state to decide what limits should be placed on abortion or have it banned all together. Its not like every state would do so. States like New York, Mass., and states on the Left Coast would certainly not place very many restrictions if any @ all. How the states should decide should be left up to each one. Most would probably do it by Constitutional Amendment which would require the voters to approve or reject.
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RE: Are You Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

Wed Sep 24, 2003 6:45 am

Jessman:
At that point even if I did not fulfill my emotional needs I would have fulfilled my spiritual and moral convictions.

So on that note, keep your pants zipped and don't bother women who choose abortion.  Smile
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