Celebrating the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade

8 thoughts on “Celebrating the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade”

      1. The problem is that there’s no such thing as opening Pandora’s Box just a little bit PT. Philosophically, giving them the “right” to say what we can and can’t do in any area gives them carte blanche in ALL areas…

      2. Never understood that either. Not only complete strangers – men: who do not have to actually deal with it all.
        It’s like TV, if you object to the show, change the channel – no one’s forcing you to watch that particular one you dislike for what ever reason. Why should you have the right to limit others’ choices who may feel differently.

  1. Excellent post! I can think of nothing less moral than bringing an unwanted child into the world. If the conservative religion people would think about it, they would realize there could be some common ground here. Is it not better to prevent an unwanted pregnancy in the first place than to deal with a difficult abortion question? That aside, these should be decisions made by the woman involved, not anyone else.

    1. I know I sound like a broken record, but as long as the anti-abortion people keep trying to interfere with a woman’s right to make her own medical decisions and force their religious beliefs on her, I’ll keep fighting back.

... and that's my two cents