Was it you who posted the pic of the irony meter? I feel it would be a bit petty for me to use it here--you know, tit-for-tat and all that crap.Logical fallacies will not help you in this argument...You think it is fine to murder over a million unborn children per year because it convenient to do so for all involved, and I think that is quite twisted....
EDIT: It was by Bob Blaylock, not you. Still, the irony meter has already been used, and I would hate to blow another one.
Alright, let's find out if you really do want to decrease the number of abortions, or if I was right all along and you just want to control women's and girls' bodies:It does take two....and yes the woman does have a tough job in carrying and delivering a child into the world....Does that mean that we should all just stand by and let the murder of the unborn go without so much as a whimper? Hell no.... But, it isn't me that will have to answer in the end to that...My conscience is clear.
Do you support comprehensive sex ed?
Do you support affordable and easily accessible birth control?
Education is a service. If you want to pay someone to provide that education, great, but it has no business in a public school (and I don't even agree with the existence of public schools) and no business being a thing related to government or tax dollars.
Birth control is a product, a good sold on the market. If you want it, you buy it. Again, it has no business being anything the government talks about, let alone should they ever be paying for a good for individual citizens to consume at the expense of other citizens.
Abortion is a violent and aggressive homicide that violates the right to life of a human being, and in this country, our mission statement says that all humans are created equal and we all have unalienable human rights and that government is obliged to protect those rights. Providing a night watchman to prevent / punish homicide is a mandatory, minimal function of government.
In no way does preventing violence have anything to do with "controlling women's bodies." That inane genderbaiting has no basis in reality.