Also, it was founded upon eugenics in the 1st place, which by and large, is a pretty nasty business. Just ask the African American population, they are usually the ones who get the easiest acces to abortion mills, as they set up shop in those type of areas.
All this arguing about whether the fetus is or isn't alive has no real baring on this law and its correctness under the laws of the land, because under the law of the land a fetus can not be considered living until I believe the 3rd trimester. You may disagree with that legal standard, but you don't get to pass laws ignoring legal standards simply because you disagree with it.
If someone disagrees with the legal standard that the 2nd amendment IS an individual right you don't get to make laws barring people from owning guns and make an argument for the case based on the fact you disagree with what the actual legal standard is.
"I am appalled that somebody who is the nominee...would take that kind of position"
"A court took away a presidency"
"...the brother of a man running for president was the governor of the state..."
It's horrifying because Trump is blunt instead of making overt implications.
This bill doesn't make abortion illegal, it just makes the process more painful and humiliating and intrusive. You're letting your personal feelings about a legal procedure cloud the issue.
I should also point out that abortion brings in very little of Planned Parenthood's revenue.
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One of you will end up here next!
I read it, it offered me nothing of value.I provided you link about ultrasounds, try reading it.
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Why Young Voters Are Lukewarm on Abortion Rights - Newsweek.com
"...Thirty-eight states now consider it a separate crime to kill a fetus in an act of aggression against a pregnant woman, and just last week Nebraska banned abortions after 20 weeks because of the possibility that the fetus could feel pain..."I can't even understand the comparison to the gun thingy. The 2 issues, aren't comparable.If someone disagrees with the legal standard that the 2nd amendment IS an individual right you don't get to make laws barring people from owning guns and make an argument for the case based on the fact you disagree with what the actual legal standard is.
I do know this. As medical technology has gotten better, the ability to take a baby from the womb and keep it alive is getting better at younger and younger ages during pregnancy. With that advancement in medical technology, laws are going to be effected, as they already have. As this medical technology, to save lives, gets even better, babies will be kept alive at even earlier and earlier times during pregnancy until babies aren't even carried within the womb. At that point in medical advancement, what will the laws be? This is the future of medical technology folks. This is the route it is taking. Laws are going to change with it, and along with that comes a change in mindset on abortion and a whole host of other life issues b/c at that point, abortion becomes null and avoid does it not? And at that point what will the pro-death crowds chant be to abort babies then, when mothers don't even carry their young in the womb?