Originally posted by Vidpci
reply to post by kthxbai
I said in my OP that I have an issue with late term abortion and women that use it as birth control. If you think that aborting a 7 month old fetus is
right, or that women can walk around and murder a fetus at whim because it's their womanly right, them I'm sorry, we're at a cross roads.
At the end of the day, these women (and doctors) stop human hearts from beating on a daily basis. Yet gun owners need to be thrown out to the wolves.
How does that make sense?
edit on 4-1-2013 by Vidpci because: (no reason given)
I don't support late term abortions, nor do I personally support abortion at all, however, abortion is legal, the woman having an abortion is not
considered a murderer whether you like it or not.
I DO support abortion remaining legal, but at the same time, use the pro-choice options to make the choice not to be a participant in one.
If you don't support abortion, don't have an abortion or agree to an abortion if your spouse wishes to explore the possibility. It really is as
simple as that. You cannot dictate what other people choose to do, it's not your right, it's not your place.
So many people scream and rant about their own "right" (choice) to own a gun, then turn around and tell someone else they have no "right" (choice)
in a different matter. If you are pro-gun but not pro-choice, you are a hypocrit. If you are pro-choice and anti-gun, you are a hypocrit. Granted, one
can be supportive of early term abortion as a choice and a partial ban on assault weapons and be at peace with what they choose, but you can't be pro
one and anti the other. It doesn't work that way... unless you're a hypocrit.