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Pence: Legal [child murder] will end with this generation

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posted on Apr, 12 2018 @ 05:00 PM
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a reply to: thepixelpusher

legalization of pot really doesn't pose the same constitutional issues as a personhood bill would.... which strives to give the unborn the same rights as those enjoyed by the born. as it is now, and will probably forever be, a state can come up with the their own rights granted by their own constitution which expand on the rights granted by the federal constitution, but they cannot take away any rights that the federal constitution has granted to US citizens.

giving the same rights to the unborn opens up a can or worms which will cause the courts to weight the rights of the born (which are granted to us on the federal level) against those of a fetus that is rather parasitic in nature that is living within them. complicating this is the fact that there a laws protecting every person's privacy when it comes to health records, which would have to be stripped from a small class of people (pregnant women) just so the courts could balance the rights of the two parties and decide who's rights deserve to be upheld and whose should be revoked. and what if the women disagrees with her gynacologist's advice, and decides to seek one that sees things her way... every person has a right to second opinions, or just to ignore all opinions and take their healthcare into their own hands.. that would be, and has been stripped from pregnant women as I have already mentioned.
and what if you have a women with a mental illness who can function fine as long as she takes the proper medication, but that medication is known to be detrimental to a developing fetus.. should the right of the fetus overpower her right to stay sane? heck, ny state has forced abortions on such patients!!!

or, heres a good one!!! cigarette smoke is harmful to a developing fetus, so is second hand smoke, maybe we should just kick the smoking husbands out of their home for nine months!!!




posted on Apr, 12 2018 @ 06:32 PM
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originally posted by: thepixelpusher
And so it begins, state by state.Way to go Ohio!!

Ohio Bill Bans All Abortions, Declares Unborn Babies as People Under LawOhio Bill Bans All Abortions, Declares Unborn Babies as People Under Law

“We make it very clear in the state of Ohio we consider the unborn child a person just like you, me or any other person that has a right to life,”



You underestimate the determination of a woman who wants a termination.

Borders... Laws... and not even the fact that she could die have ever deterred

her.


You think she can't go to another state? Women in Ireland where abortion is illegal

simply take the ferry across the Irish sea and get a termination in England.




The death of Savita Halappanavar led to protests in 2012 calling for changes to Ireland's abortion laws and a highly public investigation by the Health Service Executive. After a miscarriage had been diagnosed, she was denied an abortion because the foetus's heart was still beating. She developed sepsis and died. The HSE enquiry found that her death was a result of inadequate assessment and monitoring and a failure to adhere to established clinical guidelines, and made several recommendations, including legislative & constitutional change.





In contrast, unsafe abortions (those performed by unskilled individuals, with hazardous equipment, or in unsanitary facilities) cause 47,000 deaths and 5 million hospital admissions each year.

The World Health Organization recommends safe and legal abortions be available to all women.

Around 56 million abortions are performed each year in the world, with about 45% done unsafely




So it will just go underground and Ohio will have to deal with the consequences.



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