Can there be Exceptions? According to this article from "Pro-Life Wisconsin," the answer is No! The article says; "Totally banning abortion makes some people uncomfortable. We've been told time and again that there are unique situations for which abortion is the best option. If a lie is repeated often enough, people begin to accept it as truth. Such is the case with the erroneous notion that abortion must be permitted in cases of rape, incest, fetal deformity, or a perceived threat to the mother's life. Let's take a look at each of these situations and explain why the exception is in error." This issue has come up several times in some of my other threads and it seems important enough to have a thread all its own. For what it is worth, I personally feel that there are (or can be) Constitutionally sound arguments for exceptions to be established. Rather than to present my arguments here in the OP, I will leave it entirely open for discussions. All CDZ rules will be enforced. All violations and attempts to derail the thread will be reported. Let the discussions begin.