It is apparent that nothing short of contraceptives can put an end to the horrors of abortion and infanticide.
Abortion is the easy way out. It’s hardly surprising that people should choose the most convenient exit from awkward situations.tony abbott
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Abortion is the ultimate exploitation of women.
There were subjects we tackled that had never been even discussed, like I had an Abortion. Nobody ever talked about that.beatrice arthur
To make matters worse, they have elected a foetus as the party leader. I bet a lot of them wish they had not voted against Abortion now!lord stratford
The male is a biological accident: the y(male) gene is an incomplete x(female) gene, that is, has an incomplete set of chromosomes. In other words, the male is an incomplete female, a walking Abortion.... To be male is to be deficient, emotionally limited; maleness is a deficiency disease and males are emotional cripples.valerie solanas
But the homosexual and Abortion lobbies are evil twins with the same agenda. Both want the freedom to commit illicit sex without physical or moral consequences.
The goal of the right is not to stop Abortion but to demonize it, punish it and make it as difficult and traumatic as possible. All this it has accomplished fairly well, even without overturning Roe v. Wade .ellen willis
Abolition of a woman's right to Abortion, when and if she wants it, amounts to compulsory maternity: a form of rape by the State.edward abbey
Concerning women who commit fornication, and destroy that which they have conceived, or who are employed in making drugs for Abortion, a former decree excluded them until the hour of death, and to this some have assented. Nevertheless, being desirous to use somewhat greater lenity, we have ordained that they fulfill ten years [of penance], according to the prescribed degrees.
I think the fear in the [Abortion rights] movement is if we admit Abortion is hard for some women, then we're admitting that it's wrong, which is totally not the case. I've heard from women who are having problems dealing with their Abortion who are still ardently pro-choice.
This act covers every D&E [dilation and evacuation] that I did. Everything that I do to cause an Abortion is an overt act. . . The fetuses are alive at the time of delivery. [There is a heartbeat] very frequently.
Everybody is right when it comes to the issue of Abortion.
[H]e was sometimes surprised by the anger a late-term Abortion can arouse in him. On the one hand, the physician said, he is angry at the woman. 'But paradoxically,' he added, 'I have angry feelings at myself for feeling good about grasping the calvaria [the top of the baby’s head], for feeling good about doing a technically good procedure which destroys a fetus, kills a baby.'
I think that Abortion should not be legal, and I think that how you would implement that I'm not sure.
I think that Planned Parenthood should be defunded, and I think it's a very significant issue to say to people, Should your tax money go to pay the leading Abortion provider in America?”
Most physicians regard Abortion as a stigmatized operation done by people who are otherwise incompetent and can't do anything else.
[T]he partial birth procedure is a particularly awful form of Abortion....Anyone reading about or seeing pictures of this procedure is confronted with the terrible reality of what is happening....partial birth Abortion is one-fifth Abortion and four-fifths infanticide.
In recent years, the antiAbortion movement successfully put the nitty-gritty details of Abortion procedures on public display, increasing the belief that Abortion is serious business and that some societal involvement is appropriate. Those who are pro-choice have not convinced America that we support a public discussion of the moral dimensions of Abortion.
[O]ne of the greatest sages of Jewish Law of the late 20th century, Rabbi Moshe Feinstein, unequivocally described Abortion as a form of murder, albeit a form that is exempt from capital punishment. But those of us faithful to our tradition have obviously failed to persuade our fellow Jews that Abortion equals murder.
Most of the patients come to our Abortion clinic as a result of failure of a birth control method, or a failure of our system to provide birth control.
We think Abortion is a bad thing. No woman wants to have an Abortion.
It is possible that the Supreme Court itself may overturn its Abortion rulings. We need only recall that in Brown v. Board of Education the court reversed its own earlier 'separate-but-equal' decision.
As we continue to work to overturn Roe v. Wade, we must also continue to lay the groundwork for a society in which Abortion is not the accepted answer to unwanted pregnancy. Pro-life people have already taken heroic steps, often at great personal sacrifice, to provide for unwed mothers.
It is apparent that nothing short of contraceptives can put an end to the horrors of Abortion and infanticide.
While there are cases where even the law recognizes an Abortion as justifiable if recommended by a physician, I assert that the hundreds of thousands of abortions performed in America each year are a disgrace to civilization.
In no case should Abortion be promoted as a method of family planning. . . Any measures or changes related to Abortion within the health system can only be determined at the national or local level according to the national legislative process. In circumstances where Abortion is not against the law, such Abortion should be safe.
In some cases Abortion is justified.
I think we have deluded ourselves into believing that people don't know that Abortion is killing. So any pretense that Abortion is not killing is a signal of our ambivalence, a signal that we cannot say 'yes, it kills a fetus, but it is the women's body, and therefore ultimately her choice.'