Originally posted by Jeedawg
Thanks for the post, I can feel your passion and emotion.
I have to say, as a younger man i really didnt think about it at all. The way we are educated its as though they made it seem as if it was normal, not a big deal. Its like they try to brainwash the public into thinking this is a viable contraceptive. I am disgusted with myself that i did not question this more deeply.
Im glad as a teenager I was never put in the situation where my girlfriend was pregnant and had to make a decision such as this one because i fear we would of made the wrong decision.
Now, i am totally against abortion unless the birth will be a direct threat to the woman's life. Even if a woman is raped and a child is conceived, this has no meaning on that childs life. All he deserves now is his mothers care and love.
I am Pro-Life
Originally posted by yoyoyoyo
reply to post by windword
I don't think its an abortion if the baby is dead, That's called still birth.
Why do you say 120 days? Why not conception? When the human body start's to form.
As the so-called Republican "War on Women" becomes more and more difficult to distinguish from an Orwellian horror story, the Georgia House of Representatives has upped the ante once again. After a 14 hour day of fist-fighting lobbyists and a Democratic walk-out, Theocratic Republicans passed HB 954. Known by Republicans as the "Fetal Pain Bill," and by everyone else as the "Women as Livestock Bill," HB 954 prohibits all abortions after 20 weeks -- including the removal of a potentially stillborn fetus.
Read that again: HB 954 prohibits all abortions after 20 weeks -- including the removal of a stillborn fetus. The bill is awaiting signature on Governor Deal's desk, and so far, it appears that said signature is probable.