Discussion in 'The War Room' started by abiG, Jul 8, 2018.
The colonies originally followed English Common Law (quickening), but there were numerous state laws outlawing abortion as far back as the early 1800s.
And the founders would have considered it a state's rights issue.
Odd that no one considers the fathers opinion in the matter.
Do you know why planned parent hood was started?
To control the "athletic" population.
You go skiing and get in an accident your fault deal with the consequences no medical care.
Bumping this because it's easily the most relevant and best post itt.
So you're supporting the post under the terms that because murder (abortion after 8 months) is rare, its also therefore acceptable?
First trimester seems like the reasonable point.
I'm just glad to see, like in every abortion thread on here, the most anti-abortion posters on here are the same ones that are against military actions that murder innocent civilians, and that believe all people are equal and not "lesser" than others because of skin colour, religion, or country of origin.
I thank God for that
If there were an in utero test for liberalism then I might consider it.
Abortions should be very rare. One quarter of the population is too much.
I don't deal with exceptions, this is the general rule.
Except you can prevent yourself from getting pregnant 100% of the time. Don't be an idiot.
8 months that is a keeper.
Ah, I'm in favor of abortion...
Like he said, it depends on the woman having the baby.
Michelle Wolf might make a few people move to the Pro Life side. Excellent video:
But you realize that this means that your idea of what is and is not okay is dependent on medical technology of the day you live in
Stop just reading the first page you lazy fuck. This is literally page 2.
"I'm all for abortions up until the baby is viable outside the womb without medical intervention. If it's right before natural delivery then it's clearly viable outside the womb and should be an adoption choice. "
So, I guess we can go around stabbing adults who cling to life on machines?
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