Abortion thesis against

It is often argued that women have a right to control their own reproductive capacity and that abortion is a vital tool for doing this. Proponents of this view state that nobody has the right to force a woman to undergo a nine month pregnancy, with all the accompanying discomfort and serious health risks, if she does not want to. Some say that the right to abortion is absolute and it is acceptable to use it as a method of birth control; other pro-choice advocates disagree but believe it should be available in cases where pregnancy will endanger the woman's health, the fetus has a severe congenital defect or the pregnancy resulted from rape or incest.

My exwife used to say the same thing to me. or was it just the opposite.

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  • destempel Party: NA Reply #17 Feb. 22, 2008 - 4:43 PM EST Oh come on. What IS the big deal. The author of this article has taken small excerpts from an academic thesis for the sake of sensationalism. Shame on you.
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  • TASutpen Party: Green Reply #18 Feb. 22, 2008 - 4:44 PM EST Well, you see this and the other story today about Obama meeting Bill Ayres and Bernadine Dohrn are intended to have a cumulative effect. The idea is to recast the Obamas as latter-day Black Panthers (you know, an Eldridge and Kathleen Cleaver for the new milennium) in the public mind, and also suggest by inference that they're willing to countenance terrorism against the United States. It's a way Politico can play the Race and Terror card in the same instant (and I think it's pretty obvious who the intended beneficiary is).

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