I support a woman’s right to choose.
I support a woman’s right to choose her sexual partner, to choose whether and when to have sex.
I support a woman’s right to choose any kind of preventative contraception.
I support a woman’s right to choose to keep or put a baby up for adoption.
I support the right of an unborn human being to live, regardless of the choice of any other human being.
You and I may argue about when an unborn baby should be considered a person, an individual with rights of her or his own, it cannot be argued that a viable baby may be legally killed by its mother, a doctor or anybody else. Currently there are laws in New York and Virginia that will permit a woman and her doctor to murder a viable human being for any reason. In fact, Virginia’s law even permits the murder of the baby after it has been born and begins breathing! This is evil. Even Roe v. Wade recognizes viability has giving status to the fetus.
What is driving these barbarous laws? Money. Big Abortion is a big profit industry. Planned Parenthood earned a quarter of a billion dollars and performed 332,757 abortions in fiscal 2017-18.
Additionally, the Progressive agenda for population control forms a basis for these laws. Margaret Sanger founded Planned Parenthood in order to promote eugenics and population control.
Is it possible for pro life and pro choice supporters to compromise? It is. I believe that human life begins at conception. However, I recognize a woman’s right to control her own body. I would urge every woman (and every man) to use contraception to avoid unwanted pregnancy. In the even of a pregnancy I would strongly encourage a woman to carry the baby to term, then offer it for adoption if she is not in a position to raise a child. All of that said, I am willing to compromise to save as many babies as possible. This is as simple as following the original Roe guidelines: 1st trimester, the state cannot interfere with a woman’s choice to have an abortion, 2nd trimester, the state can legislate to protect the woman’s health, 3rd trimester, the state can legislate to protect a viable fetus, who may survive on its own outside the woman’s body.
I urge you to join me in protecting viable human life. If you’re pro-life, compromise in order to save as many as possible. If you’re pro-choice, admit that a viable fetus has the right to live, and recognize that an abortion at this late stage is no less (and may be more) dangerous than birth.