Monday, January 23

Abortion Anniversary Reading Roundup

Today is the 33rd anniversary of the decision that gave women a Constitutional right to an abortion. So here is a collection of reading on the subject. I am not in the habit of simply linking to others, however I have already written all I care to about abortion for the moment.

I am sick and tired of hearing about Roe v. Wade. It is almost as if the Supreme Court is going to hear only one case in the next twenty years.

Sure, abortion is a very sensitive issue no matter which side you stand behind. Unfortunately, neither side is willing to put forward a sensible solution. At its most basic level, abortion is merely one solution to the problem of an accidental pregnancy.

Listening to the PRO-CHOICE backers, one would think that there was ONLY one choice available, abortion. On the other side of the issue, the PRO-LIFE backers carry on with their message that it is ‘murder to stop a beating heart.’ For the large number of people who feel strongly (one way or the other) on this issue, it is very disappointing to me that only the extreme positions are being voiced.

Abortion is one of many choices available today. Not having an abortion is also a choice.

You can read the rest here:

Do we really want to Force Liberals to have more children? The Abortion Issue. - 13 October 05

Also take a look at the following:


How abortion is costing the Democrats voters--literally. - Opinion Journal

A Killer Anniversary - Macsmind


Finally, I have a question for Senator Kennedy:

When does a fetus gain rights under the Constitution?

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