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  1. Melb says:

    Linking abortion and slavery does not work no matter how hard some few try. I would like to know if conservatives who actually get in office want to stop abortions or do they find it to lucrative of a political market to do anything about? I mean we have conservative Supreme Court nominees 7 of 9, a President, Congress, Governor, and Legislature. What else is it going to take??? I’m just sick of hearing about it, either put out or shut up!

  2. Bull Moose says:

    I ask the same question about taxes all the time… How many Republicans do we have to elect before we have comprehensive federal tax reform… You’d think a majority in both houses and the White House would be enough…

    Maybe it will be coming in ’06?

    What we need to do is put some common sense to this abortion issue — any child who gets an abortion should have to get parental or legal guardian permission to do so. As well, there should be a 24 hour wait period and mandatory counceling prior to anyone getting an abortion. As well, we can work to provide alternatives to abortion, like christian maternity homes for unwed mothers. This is a great resource for women to get their life back on track and to have a healthy baby that they can put up for adoption or choose to raise on their own.

    On the STATE level, while we cannot ban abortion, we certainly can make it a less attractive option for women.

    As for abortion on the federal level, I think it is unlikely Roe v. Wade will ever be overturned.

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