This dude ain’t right. Yours isn’t the first posts he has jumbled up. Hard to see clearly looking down your nose at folks I guess.OK, I think YOU need to re-examine who posted what, I have made two other posts here. I did not call CA a shithole or anything else. So take a second look here chief, and wipe all that internet rage from you eyes, and you will see the truth.
Again have a great day!
Whoops, he assumed my identity, I guess I will go "snowflake" and rage....and be offended. I think not. I suppose that if he was to personally assume responsibility for being offended for everyone in CA, when others do not share the same opinion or values on how things should be, he can. It costs me nothing.This dude ain’t right. Yours isn’t the first posts he has jumbled up.
We don't get to decide for another person when they consider it a human life. And that's what the U.S. Constitution says about it too - for 50 years.I support the right of women to choose what to do with their bodies as well.
I support their choice to work or not.
I support their choice to spend the money earned from their labor as they see fit.
I support their choice to become a doctor and decide for themselves the worth of their services.
I support her right to raise their children as she and the father see fit.
When it comes to childbirth, I’m pro choice as well. The 4 choices being motherhood, adoption, abstinence, or birth control. The only option I do not and cannot support is the mother killing her child because it is an inconvenience.
You can’t argue away the value of a human life.
You mean because less than 1% of all abortions are due to a crime being committed by the babies father, do I find them at all to be acceptable? Absolutely not. The life of the mother being at stake is the only case in which abortion should be legal, and it is a tragedy that I have personally lived through. You cannot devalue a human life just for the convenience of a few radical women.We don't get to decide for another person when they consider it a human life. And that's what the U.S. Constitution says about it too - for 50 years.
Also dare I ask, what about in cases of rape, incest, or the life of the mother?