10 Rules before a Woman can get an Abortion(interactive)

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    Let's create a top 10 list of Rules and stop all the madness, treating abortion clinics like hair salons.

    TOP 10 RULES BEFORE A WOMAN CAN GET AN ABORTION




    1. Must be of sound mind and judgement with an IQ higher than 110 about the pros and cons of Abortion




    next up.
     
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    There really are only two -

    1) be pregnant

    2) be the female owner of the pregnant body
     
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    I must say, its very heartening that every other poster on the board agrees with me. :)
     
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    I support a woman's right to choose to have, or not have a child. If she is raped or if the pregnancy threatens her life, she should be able to choose to terminate the pregnancy. Otherwise, a woman should be free to use birth control, abstinence, or even the morning after pill if she doesn't want to have a child.

    Women need to stop acting like they don't have a choice. It's really not that hard to not get pregnant.
     
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    Do you consider this to be one of the rules then?
     
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    Just by the limited responses over the past week is proof that women don't want any restrictions on them getting Abortions. It's a free for all. which leads me to believe that the promotion of loose whoring and being a dirtbag slut is not out of the realm of possibilities for the consideration of Abortions. Women ultimately will support any cause for abortion. Just say "I want out".

    It's clearer now. :cool:
     
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    You might want to consider the percentage of live births are "accidents".

    Or you could just spout nonsense like this and pretend its fact.
     
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    How aobut you post thos so-called stats of "accidents"?

    Must be alotta "loose" women out there to have so many ya think?
     
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    So in your opinion, a woman should be able to have an abortion right up until the moment of birth?
     
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    I agree with the original Roe decision. Unlimited in the first trimester, under a doctor's advice in the second trimester and not at all in the third trimester, with the sole exception being the life of the mother.

    It is not up to me to stop someone from committing a mortal sin, a grievous sin, or any other kind of sin. That's between the woman and God. When the child becomes viable, abortion goes from being a sin to a crime. Consequently I am not required to pay for another's sin. A woman cannot pass the consequences of her behavior on to me to pay for her conduct. She can pay for it herself. If an insurance company wants to provide birth control and abortion coverage, it's up to them. If you don't like it, change insurance companies. That goes for both sides. If you don't agree with your insurance company's paying for abortions, get another insurance company. If you work for a company whose company policy doesn't provide for abortions, get a rider from another insurance company.
     

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