"Men did not love Rome because she was great. She was great because they had loved her." -- G.K. Chesterton
Let's also not forget that some people might not have a very good bedside manner during times like these. Who knows if the husband/father might be the "panicky" type of person that would just add to the mother's stress?
Lets see:It's relevant because the person chose to consider the ruling at hand in a wider context.
was the post which you perverted to an abortion issue, by replying with:Wow, I think this is the key sentence for many aspects of paternal rights v maternal rights. One could easily expand that to "any interest any party has before the child's birth is subordinate to the mother's interests."
Totally irrelevant to the topic at hand.You don't seem to grasp that some people consider a fetus to be a person. How can you say to them that the "child's" right to life is subordinate to the mother's right to privacy? That just doesn't work with any intellectual honesty.
No I do not object at all to the wider consideration, I object to the moronic implication of abortion into the ruling.Do you object to considering wider context regarding the ruling herein? If so, by what neglect of intellectual considerations do you arrive at this narrow-minded objection.
33 pages and again nothign has changed
the womens rights were protected and the mans rights are completely intact
has there even been ONE logical reason given to violate the womans rights?
One reason why the guy should have the ability to force himself into her medical privacy and view her privates against her will?
"A woman is like a teabag, you never know how strong she is until she gets in hot water." - Eleanor Roosevelt
Keep your religion out of other people's marriages.