Yes, but only during the first 20 weeks, same as a woman.
Yes, but only during the initial period when a non-invasive technique works.
No, but he should have the right to be legally relieved of all responsibility.
NO! Only the woman has this right and he remains responsible.
I oppose all abortion, so neither have the right.
I Don't Know.
Actually no, according to the law it has no rights until after it is born. That is when the rights kick in because it is now a separate human entity that no longer feeds off it's mother's body.On the contrary, it has quite a lot to do with abortion. As you put it, the child either has rights (such as the right to life and support from its parents) or it doesn't.
The only ones who appear foolish and desperate are you and the other men and women who want to make this into something that it is NOT, and want to punish the innocent while doing it.In the meantime, ad hominem does not make your case for you, it just makes you look foolish and desperate.
1. As I have pointed out to you multiple times, in fact, my preference is for neither parent to be able to absolve their responsibilities for the child.
2. That being said, if we are going to do so, then we need to do so on an equitable basis. If the woman can choose up until a certain point that she no longer wishes to be a mother, a man should get to choose up to that point that he no longer wishes to be a father.
3. That being said, I think that the effects of such a change in the law would actually be long term positive, as it would increase incentives (as you note) to choose ones' sexual partners with an eye towards demonstrated responsibility.
Then it has no right to a father, and the father is not denying it its' rights by divesting himself of any future responsibility to the child.Actually no, according to the law it has no rights until after it is born.
What, you mean when it's 12 months old?That is when the rights kick in because it is now a separate human entity that no longer feeds off it's mother's body.
On the contrary - again - I would rather both parents be held responsible for their actions. I merely point out that if we are going to allow people to avoid their responsibilities, we should do so equally rather than give one gender power over the other via the law. It is your continued insistence that those who disagree with you must be coming to it because they wish to personally avoid parental responsibilities (I am happily currently raising 3 children) that is foolish and desperate; as most ad hominem is. It is the standing in of personal attack in the gap created by the lack of a reasonable argument.The only ones who appear foolish and desperate are you and the other men and women who want to make this into something that it is NOT, and want to punish the innocent while doing it.
“If we must have an enemy at the head of Government, let it be one whom we can oppose, and for whom we are not responsible, who will not involve our party in the disgrace of his foolish and bad measures.”
- Alexander Hamilton. Spiritual father of #NeverTrump
If a woman becomes she can opt for an abortion within the parameters of Roe vs Wade which means before viability except in extreme cases.
The extreme cases are when a woman's life ,or irreparable damage to a major bodily function would occur if the pregnancy continued or when the fetus would be stillborn or when the fetus is so malformed it would only live a few minutes or hours.
Those are extreme cases.
You have been asked twice so far to provide a SCOTUS case saying so.
And you have failed at doing so both times - because you can't.
You can't, because you are wrong.
Consenting to sex is not consenting to children.
You think women are going to bring children into the world knowing that she wont be getting any support from the man?
I am sure some will. But then we will be having those who choose otherwise.
Then if there is still a problem with women bring children into this world that need to be supported by the state, then we can make further laws to prevent that.
But back to the fairness. It will happen. Not in my lifetime, but it will happen. Attitudes are, and will continue to change.
It is not fair for her to subject another to a hardship by her decision.
"The law is reason, free from passion."