Jean Dunham Young, so you think that abortion is all about those being irresponsible? Child rape, incest, and rape all can and do lead to unwanted pregnancies. But also sometimes there is a wanted pregnancy that is determined to be nonviable although inutero it has a heartbeat, it may develop arms and legs but is found to have a deformity that is not compatible with life. I am not talking down syndrome here. I am talking fetuses who are missing organs such as lungs or those organs do not fully form such as in the Disney Mickey Mouse down right perfect shirt of Zika. Some of these cases are not found until 16-22 weeks. They have a heartbeat, they were planned for, they were wanted. But they will not live long outside the womb if at all. No amount of expensive surgeries, no amount of prayer will make these babies magically grow organs they are missing. These women want a child, and if forced to carry to term may lose that chance because the further you go in pregnancy the harder a stillbirth is, it is harder on the mother mentally and physically. A friend of mine had her sister in law die in childbirth after carrying a baby to term that the doctors advised her to abort at 22 weeks. The baby was not developing her intestinal organs correctly, she was missing a stomach and had no kidneys, but she had a heartbeat. So they chose to continue to carry her. She had ultrasound after ultrasound that showed the same thing. She had a 3 years old boy. she went into labor and hemorrhaged to death during the birth. Neither parent held that baby, it was laid on a warming bed but did not ever take a breath although the doctors tried. She died during birth. The mother started hemorrhaging and could not be saved either. They would not have a second chance at a healthy pregnancy. They would not have a chance at giving that 3 years old a sister to play with. The little boy at the funeral told my friend that his evil sister killed his mommy. He has raised in the church that evil things kill those that we love, that evil things kill others. What do you say to that 3 years old? He didn’t understand that his parents had a choice to abort his sister when they found out she was unviable. That they chose a risky pregnancy instead. They fed him the line that his mommy went to take care of his sister. But all he saw was that his sister stole his mommy and she killed her ( thus she is evil) .and I bet that the father would choose to push for abortion if he had it to do over again. Oh did I mention they were childhood sweethearts? He actually left his church after the death of his wife.
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Jerry Snyder, it’s a bill that protects a woman’s right to decide who will use her body. Maybe we can pass a law that allows people to sign up to take the fetus as long as they pay the medical bills involved. Elisa Bohon Yount Wilson why should it matter how a woman became pregnant? It’s still her body and she should not be forced to give birth against her will any more than she should be forced to have sex against her will. Jerry Snyder do you know the reason for 80% of abortions beyond 12 weeks? It is nonviability of the fetus. That number goes up with each week of pregnancy due to ultrasounds and the Disney Mickey Mouse down right perfect shirt ( you know those sticky things) that many deformities don’t show up until later in pregnancy. Nonviable is a term you need to look up. Use something other than your Breitbart or conspiracy dictionary, please.
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Jerry, it’s pathetic that you think abortions are convenient. It’s pathetic that you think all forms of birth control work 100% of the time. It’s pathetic that you don’t know the difference between a fetus and an infant and its pathic that you want the government to come in between a person’s privacy with their doctor which is protected by the US Constitution. Could you be any more ignorant? Fyi, that’s not a challenge, just a general question. Randall Ryan doesn’t matter. Controlling one’s own body is a fundamental human right. Nowhere is the free world is a person forced to sacrifice their health and welfare on pain of punishment for the well-being of another. It just does not happen. Even dead people have that fundamental right. Birth control is not 100% effective. People are always going to have sex. Sometimes the birth control doesn’t work, sometimes people forget it in the heat of the moment. Young people may not know about it, women and girls are raped. The only way to avoid pregnancy is 100% abstention. That will never happen. No one has the right to deny a woman her basic human rights. The government doesn’t force men to donate organs to save the lives of actual children. Just doesn’t happen. That would be a denial of the basic human right to bodily autonomy. Why would it be different for women?