Everyday I see pro-lifers fighting with the defenders of abortion, and I frequently see arguments concerning whether the fetus is human, that the fetus uses a woman’s body and that is justification to end its life.
I actually had a conversation with my Mother about this not too long ago.
She is pro-choice (ironically) yet even she admits the unborn are human, but that abortion is justified because the fetus is in the woman’s body.
They know it’s a baby. They know it’s human and they know it’s alive. This is why I don’t argue with them. They know what abortion is.
They just don’t care.
The fetus is a human. Women are not carrying fucking dogs or trees in their uterus. Whether or not the fetus is alive is not the issue. The fact of the matter is a fetus cannot have more rights than an adult human. I am sorry but no one can force your mother to give you a kidney if you needed one to live. Why should a woman be forced to let a fetus use her uterus against her will? There is no logical reason to allow a fetus the right to use a womans uterus without her consent but to not allow you to take your moms kidney without her consent. Think about that.
- Romney, 2007: “I’d be delighted to sign” a bill outlawing abortion.
- Romney, Tuesday “There’s no legislation with regards to abortion that I’m familiar with that would become part of my agenda.”
- Romney, yesterday “I’m a pro-life candidate. I’ll be a pro-life president.”
So, which one is it? You sort of have to, you know, take a position on these things. source
Not to mention the money that Mitt Romney made from fetus disposal.
ARE YOU FUCKING SERIOUS???????????????
FYI “Contracepting” is not even a fucking word.
How dare these people spout this sexist propaganda to try to scare women into not using birth control.
…imagine that your parents had the same belief and you were aborted. Would you support it then? I guess we wouldn’t know because you wouldn’t live a life to have an opinion if that happened.
This is just another example of liberal hypocrisy.
My adoptive mother is pro-choice.
My birth mother and the birth mothers of my siblings are probably pro-choice too. They were all denied choice. They were all forces to remain pregnant. And as such neglected to give the fetus’ that later became me and my siblings the proper prenatal care. Which means… are you ready for this… we all have medical issues that stem from that neglect.
And you are right… we would never have lived and there for never had an opinion. But our birth mothers may have gone on to cure cancer if they had not been forced to remain pregnant. (hate that argument, but felt it was fitting)
It is really simple. Living breathing pregnant people deserve to make the choices that are best for themselves. PERIOD.
If my mom was pro-choice, I’d still be here because she was trying to have a baby. Surprise, surprise. Choice means you can choose to have a baby.
Wouldn’t matter if she had chosen to abort me, though. Because I wouldn’t be here. I wouldn’t be aware of my avoided existence.
Or maybe I would have incarnated into some other body or found myself in Limbo since I think the Catholics closed that after my conception. Or, in Protestant systems, I don’t know where I would have ended up (Protestants have so many differing opinions) but it wouldn’t have been as bad as growing up and then going to hell because of ridiculous reasons which are completely irrelevant to this conversation.
My mom is pro-choice, and while I would have supported her decision to have an abortion, that would have been weird because she paid to get pregnant in the first place…
(Video) Next on GOP Agenda? Taking School Lunches From Poor Kids.
Let’s not forget, Todd Akin not only hates women, he also hates children, too! He wants to force women to carry an unwanted pregnancy to term, but he doesn’t want the federal government to force him to provide food for hungry children …
Republican Rep. Todd Akin of Missouri, who is running for Sen. Claire McCaskill’s Senate seat, said that that the federal government should “end its support for school lunch programs for poor children…”