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Thread: Kansas set to enact life-starts-"at fertilization" abortion law

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    Re: Kansas set to enact life-starts-"at fertilization" abortion law

    not sure of the total verbiage of this bill and while i don't agree with it because i care about BOTH the lives not just one, in way, i favor these actions. I also favor the actions of the states trying to ban gay marriage.


    because i think it will speed up SCOTUS to get involved and make federal rulings overturning such nonsense if the states are working the grey areas or infringing on rights.
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    there is no such thing as an abortion on a dead fetus.

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    Re: Kansas set to enact life-starts-"at fertilization" abortion law

    Quote Originally Posted by tech30528 View Post
    I see this as an over reaction by the pro abortion people. Something needs to be done about all these children being killed. I understand there are those who are going to cling to the 14th amendment, but things have changed since it was written and we as a society have to change with it. Look people, nobody is looking to take away abortion. We just need to look at measures to keep our kids safe.
    sounds like the anti gun rants on capitol hill today

    the issue of course when does a living fetus become an entity worthy of LEGAL protection. and once you get rid of religion, the line is rather gray
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