Like I said, we will never agree. As to I am never to agree that a child is responsible for their parents, decisions, choices behavior or actions. Born or unborn.
But, you are still unable to produce a woman to come to this forum and post their experiences. Till then, all of this is just bla bla bla from men.
I don't need to 'produce a woman' - I literally related three experiences from women who have been dear to me. The bla bla bla is only stubborn refusal to acknowledge that life is very very gray, especially in this area. Not to mention a complete lack of empathy. I feel sorry for the daughter of anyone with such viewpoints.
Ok then, we are left for men to speak for women as if they can't speak for themselves. I would have also shared many experiences of women who hated doing an abortion, but that's not the point. Would have been great they share their experience here.
Its pretty obvious that this subject of Roe is not really of any interest, only to certain people, specially liberals. It was foretold that if Roe was overturned there would be massive protests and riots. That hasn't happened. Specially since we are told 2/3 of Americans support Roe. Strange I haven't seen that significant reaction.
Oh, but wait I might be right:
https://www.reuters.com/legal/governmen ... 022-05-09/
Wilson, 61, is pro-choice, voted for Democratic President Joe Biden, and knew all about the news last week that the U.S. Supreme Court is likely poised to overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision giving women the right to an abortion.
Yet Wilson said she is undecided about who she will vote for this November, and abortion rights are not a priority for her.
"It's the economy and jobs," Wilson said. She said she was disappointed in Biden, because of high inflation and "too many homeless people on the streets."
Wilson was one of 21 women interviewed by Reuters in the northern suburbs of Phoenix - a key area for Democratic Senator Mark Kelly's efforts to hold onto his seat - after news of the Supreme Court draft ruling broke. Most of the women said inflation, not abortion, was the galvanizing issue for them.
I guess, massive inflation, stock market crashing, crime, the border are more important topics for people. Or perhaps abortion is not that big of a deal, only to liberals and the MSM. Since there are so much contraception and other tools available that people won't feel as abortion is a 'right' or a 'freedom' that they will all of the sudden lose.
In the same article, this struck me, since I have been saying on the toll on women after abortion:
Sherica Bailey, 33, got tearful talking about her two abortions. She is now adamantly opposed to abortion and says she will vote Republican and for any candidate who is pro-life.
"I do support the overturn of Roe v. Wade. I had abortions during a very dark time in my life. I was naive and stupid," she said.
Methinks this subject of Roe is just a massive distraction attempt by the MSM and Democrats. The real people don't actually care. That's why they are in fear the Supreme court overturning Roe, since voters won't be inclined into voting for Democrats to actually codify it. Democrats don't trust Democracy for really making Roe the law of the land.
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