Discussion in 'Clean Debate Zone' started by Bonzi, Jun 29, 2015.
.. when a 5 week old fetus has a heart?
I dont support abortion but I wont fight against it because its none of my business what a woman does with her body.
Don't you think it's important to fight for a human life that's defenseless?
They did not ask to be conceived....
Not if its inside the body of someone that doesnt want it. Once it leaves that sanctuary i would place my life on the line for a child.
Yet the US military kills innocent kids and it's not a wedge issue.......with an emotive tag line...
Because no one has the right to the use of another person's body without their permission.
how do you propose the government could ever do such a thing?
you want a government rep to investigate every sexual encounter in the country?
They just aborted a reply..Does anyone want the remains?
Since she has no kids because she has no sex, yes would be the answer..She was buzy and ask me to reply for her...
So, the life doesn't mean as much while it's developing and inside someone else? Or do you view it only a "semi-life" or, since the laws says it's OK to do it, it's on her conscience and we can wash our hands of it?
SCOTUS has repeatedly ruled and reaffirmed a woman's right to choose in the first trimester.
this is about the zillionth time i've posted this info on this forum, but here you go...
In a 7-2 decision written by Justice Harry Blackmun (who was chosen because of his prior experience as counsel to the Mayo Clinic), the Court ruled that the Texas statute violated Jane Roe's constitutional right to privacy. The Court argued that the Constitution's First, Fourth, Ninth, and Fourteenth Amendments protect an individual's "zone of privacy" against state laws and cited past cases ruling that marriage, contraception, and child rearing are activities covered in this "zone of privacy." The Court then argued that the "zone of privacy" was "broad enough to encompass a woman's decision whether or not to terminate her pregnancy." This decision involved myriad physical, psychological, and economic stresses a pregnant woman must face.
Because abortions lie within a pregnant woman's "zone of privacy," the abortion decision "and its effectuation" are fundamental rights that are protected by the Constitution from regulation by the states...
The Supreme Court . Expanding Civil Rights . Landmark Cases . Roe v. Wade 1973 PBS
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