- Mar 14, 2015
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1. Okay.#1) If they don't want to sign then they are responsible for the child.But how should it be implemented on practice? What if the man doesn't want to sign this papers and use this situation as a leverage against the woman?Nope. Man should be able to decide whether they have to have paternal rights and monetary obligations. So if they don't want the kid they should be able to sign an document gppiving up all paternal rights. That is called a choice.You mean that a man should have the right to decide whether the child will be born or not? Maybe he should. But with that he should be legally responsible for supporting the woman financially during her pregnancy and childbirth and supporting the kid thereafter.Penelope is not pro choice as she admittedIt seems that this position is supported by so called Reform Judaism. Conservative Judaism forbids abortions. Though, as far as I know, an abortion is considered a murder only after 40 days term after conception.As long as your pro choice. Most jews are pro choice.You and your ilk is why I am pro choiceRoe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court
The vote on Roe vs. Wade was 7-2. Those justices supporting the case’s pro-choice outcome were as follows, including the president nominating each and the president’s party affiliation:
Harry Blackmun (Nixon, R)
Warren Burger (Nixon, R)
William Douglas (FDR, D)
William Brennan (Eisenhower, R)
Potter Stewart (Eisenhower, R)
Thurgood Marshall (LBJ, D)
Lewis Powell (Nixon, R)
Those dissenting on Roe vs. Wade — only two – and both were not Republican-president-nominated to the Court:
Byron White (Kennedy, D)
William Rehnquist (Nixon, R; chief justice under Reagan, R)
Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court
5 republicans were pro choice. How can the supreme court rule any differently. 2 Democrat ruled with them
and 1 Dem and 1 Republican were pro life.
Abortion laws: Jewish faith teaches life does not start at conception (usatoday.com)
What to do if the woman doesn't know who is the child's father or pretends that?
#2) DNA test should be able to solve that.
2. Yes, it will be able, of course. But this test should be mandatory for men? If say the woman names three men as a potential father and two of them deny this test.