Why do pro-lifers think every woman who is physically capable of giving birth is qualified to be a mother?
Question by Bush Invented the Google: Why do pro-lifers think every woman who is physically capable of giving birth is qualified to be a mother?
Oh, yes, I know: “Put it up for adoption.”
You just let me know where the line starts for people in this country who want to adopt non-white children who are born addicted to crack or heroin, who have AIDS or syphilis or some other communicable disease that’s going to cost a fortune to treat.
I’ll make sure to direct the pregnant crack whores right to that line of people.
chicagolove: Great. So you promote child abuse and endagerment. Very nice. I assume you’re “pro-life”? LOL
Brian: No shortage of homes for any baby born in the U.S., huh?
Were you referring to these children?
Tom T: No one has ever suggested that the decision about abortion is an easy one. No one has ever suggested it is guilt-free and all sunshine and roses.
But the fact remains that the Constitution does not empower the government (either federal OR state) to control a woman’s reproductive decisions. For that reason, and because so many children are considered undesirable in this country because of medical conditions or the color of their skin (it’s an ugly reality, folks; white babies are more wanted in this country than any other race), it is morally reprehensible to force a woman to give birth to a child who will, more likely than not, be left neglected, or abused, or worse.
Answer by chicagolove
If she chooses to screw, she can be a mother.
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