Are you witnessing automatic killing of unwanted children?
Or perhaps, is that a HUGE exageration of what's actually "real"?
I'm guessing, but I'd say the VAST VAST VAST majority of people in the USofA don't "automatically kill an unwanted baby".
I truly wish that we were R-Strategists to begin with so everyone can see quickly how absurd the ''potential'' argument is that pro lifers commoningly use. Oh well wait until we find intelligent extraterrestrial life that uses that method and we will how the ''potential'' argument holds then.
Roe v Wade, as SCOTUS intended it, was to make abortion legal without exception in the first trimester, to give the state authority to impose some restriction in the second trimester, and to impose a lot of restriction in the third trimester. While I oppose the SCOTUS making law and therefore oppose Roe v Wage on those grounds, I do think it a reasonable policy at the local level. And then I would like the culture to return to a time when aborting a healthy baby was not something 'good' people saw as the first option when an unwanted pregnancy happened. And that most doctors, in keeping with their Hippocratic oath, wouldn't do it.
"I think the best way of doing good to the poor, is not making them easy in poverty, but leading or driving them out of it." --Benjamin Franklin 1776
you can try and cherry pick dfinition all you want and push your opinion as fact but it will continue to fail and so will your opinion of who is pro-choice/pro-life
we've been through this many times before and each and every time facts destroyed your opinion
I didn't vote. IMO the issue isn't black and white and under different circumstances I am both. Do I believe in abortion for specific circumstances, yes. Do I believe in abortion as a form of common contreception, no. You'll find me somewhere between these limits.