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Abortion Activists in U.S. Say They Are Losing the Battle

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Abortion Activists in U.S. Say They Are Losing the Battle

By Gudrun Schultz

January 30, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – After thirty-three years of abortion-on-demand in the US, abortion activists are saying they can feel their grip on the country starting to slide away.

"I think [Roe vs. Wade] in the short term will be dismantled," said Nancy Keenan, president of NARAL Pro-Choice America, to Reuters. "We have an anti-choice president, an anti-choice Congress and now ... with the confirmation of Judge Alito to the Supreme Court, we are seeing the potential for a very right-leaning, anti-choice Supreme Court."

Judge Samuel Alito’s nomination to the Supreme Court has given pro-life advocates concrete hope that Roe vs. Wade, the 1973 judicial activist decision to make abortion a constitutional right, may finally be overturned. There are many other factors, however, which are contributing to the sense among both pro-life and pro-abortion groups that the balance is beginning to shift toward the side of life.

A survey conducted in November 2005 by the Pew Research Center showed that a majority of Americans think abortion is the central issue before the Supreme Court. John Green, senior researcher at the Pew Forum on religion and Public Life, said the flood of anti-abortion legislation is linked to conservative religious groups.

"I do think it is a critical moment," Green said. "A lot really hinges on Alito and other judges who may be appointed in the near future. I could imagine in the next 10 years or so there could be steady changes in the law regarding abortion."

Organizations working for the protection of the unborn say research that shows babies’ complex development at very early stages has undermined support for abortion. Testimonies of women who have suffered emotional and physical damage from aborting their babies have also helped turn public opinion.

Above all, technological advances have had an impact. Ultra-sound improvements that let pregnant women see the faces of their babies have been a significant force in turning people away from abortion.

"The technology has allowed someone who before had no face and no voice to become an actual child," said Mary Spaulding Balch, director of state legislation for the National Right to Life Committee. "In the 70s and 80s whenever you debated abortion you talked about the mother. Now the baby is being brought into the debate."

Across the country, state legislation restricting abortion is being brought forward, ranging from laws banning abortion outright, to laws restricting access, requiring parental notification, longer “cooling off” periods before obtaining abortions, and even restrictions on birth control and sex education.

Every state now has anti-abortion legislation either established or under way. Twenty-six states have laws banning abortion after three months of pregnancy. Legislation underway in four states, South Dakota, Tennessee, Indiana and Ohio, would ban abortions entirely unless the mother’s life was clearly in danger.

"There is a growing public realization that abortion is an injustice, the destruction of an innocent human life," said American Life League executive director David Bereit.

The up swell of anti-abortion measures cannot be activated while Roe vs. Wade stands, however, which barricades state legislation.

See related LifeSiteNews coverage:

Abortion Ban Considered in Growing Number of States: South Dakota, Indiana, Ohio
http://www.lifesite.net/ldn/2006/jan/06012303.html
 

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jimmyjack said:
Abortion Activists in U.S. Say They Are Losing the Battle


"I think [Roe vs. Wade] in the short term will be dismantled," said Nancy Keenan, president of NARAL Pro-Choice America, to Reuters. "We have an anti-choice president, an anti-choice Congress and now ... with the confirmation of Judge Alito to the Supreme Court, we are seeing the potential for a very right-leaning, anti-choice Supreme Court."
http://www.lifesite.net/ldn/2006/jan/06012303.html
The point you are trying to make is that the individual rights of (born) humans are slowly being taken away by a conservative rightwing controlled gov't. I couldnt agree more!
 

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The point you are trying to make is that the individual rights of (born) humans are slowly being taken away by a conservative rightwing controlled gov't. I couldnt agree more!
You have missed the point.
 

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...LifeSiteNews.com? :lol:

Wow, credible, well done.
 

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Just a point...

"Legislation underway" for something means... nothing. There's "legislation underway" that allows cousins to marry each other. That doesn't mean it will pass or has support. There's "legislation underway" to re-instate a draft, that doesn't mean it's serious legislation.

Almost all states do have legislation about abortion in some regard or other. The most common one would probably be the age of the mother has to be X in order for her to make a choice and not have the parents informed.

I'm not arguing for or against either side. Just pointing out that the article that's quoted paints the picture one way, when it's very arguably another scene entirely.
 

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Thank you.
Sacasm, Einstein. :roll: I notice your lack of a real reply.
 

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Well lets put it this way. The tide is turning. People are worried.


NARAL is upset, the ACLU is upset, the Democratic Party upset, and left liberal Democrats like Schumer,Kennedy and Durbin devestated over their appointments. The ACLU takes up 80 percent of all the pro-abortion cases in the Supreme Court. They have almost a monopoly on it and they are worried.

Alan Dershowitz, Harvard Law School professor( formerly on the board of directors of the ACLU) was asked about the business of the ACLU spending so much time on abortion. He said...

"You can make more money supporting reproductive rights than you can supporting civil liberties."

Guess it comes down to BUCKS for some.

I say let them rant and rave...they do damage to their own party, they alienate Americans and they are starting to alienate fellow Democrats.

Look at what happened to Dean after his emotional outburst during his campaign. He was a front runner, who in the matter of one speech illiminated himself from all possibilities of winning.

We see pro-choice Democrats having a sudden change of heart. Why? To get votes. They have got to change their stance or else they will not get the votes in order to win.

Those on the Left are worried.
 

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Those on the Left are worried.
Pft, I'm not. Nor have I heard anyone on the Left (or pro-choicers on the Right) say "Wow, the pro-life minority might be getting somewhere!"
 

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You have missed the point.
Useless propaganda or is it wishful thinking by someone desperate to believe something that will never happen?

Abortion will always be legal in the USA...get over it...why not spend your energy on helping people get educated so that they don't get pregnant to begin with.
 

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"Pft, I'm not. Nor have I heard anyone on the Left (or pro-choicers on the Right) say "Wow, the pro-life minority might be getting somewhere!"

Then why all the hoopla over Roberts and Alito from Democrats and liberals?

If they are not worried one bit that Roe v Wade won't be overturned, then why did they only question them about abortion. No I take that back, they drilled them unlike any other candidate that was ever nominated. kennedy especially.
Ginsberg wasnt drilled......that is because she is pro-death and fit in with the group.

http://www.newsmax.com/archives/articles/2006/1/30/124842.shtml?s=rss
 

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Abortion will always be legal in the USA...
Abortion will not always be around, it cannot go on for the simple fact that it is only the pro-choice that are killing themselves, the pro-life will eventually out number the pro-choice, it is just a matter of time, the sooner you realise this, the better.
 

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Abortion will not always be around, it cannot go on for the simple fact that it is only the pro-choice that are killing themselves, the pro-life will eventually out number the pro-choice, it is just a matter of time, the sooner you realise this, the better.
What????? Where did you come up with this logic? :rofl

Newsflash... a strong majority of Americans are pro-choice, and you know who else respects the Roe v. Wade decision and won't dismiss it? That's right, Chief Justice Roberts...which makes the score 6-3. Hmmm..that then must mean that even if Roberts gets a hemorage and changes his mind it will still be 5-4...

There's just no chance of Roe being dismissed...oh...and if it were...then abortion would still be legal in almost every state....and the states that would outlaw it will have outrageous social problems because of it, especially financially as the amount of people on welfare will balloon...

Americans are allowed to choose what to do with their bodies and their lives and government will never legislate away from this most basic of Constitutional facts, period.

BTW - No amount of passion against abortion will change the truth, though one's passion against it is admirable if one believes that abortion is wrong. It's just too bad that people want to tell others what to do.
 

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Ginsberg wasnt drilled......that is because she is pro-death and fit in with the group.
HO HO HO! I love the attack term "pro-death." Sounds good to those who already believe that point of view but it sounds petty, bitter and ignorant to those of us who do not want to tell someone else what to do.

BTW - Newsmax is as right wing as it gets...no creditability in respected circles, it only has creditability to people who already believe the rabid right wing propaganda.

It would be like my quoting Air America....would you accept that as a legitimate source?
 

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It's gotten so bad for the Pro-Choice crowd they had a Pro-Life Democrat offer the response to the President's SOTU.

DFLA, Democrats for Life of America, is seeing more growth than anticipated.

I think these are positive developments.
 

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What????? Where did you come up with this logic? :rofl

Newsflash... a strong majority of Americans are pro-choice, and you know who else respects the Roe v. Wade decision and won't dismiss it? That's right, Chief Justice Roberts...which makes the score 6-3. Hmmm..that then must mean that even if Roberts gets a hemorage and changes his mind it will still be 5-4...

There's just no chance of Roe being dismissed...oh...and if it were...then abortion would still be legal in almost every state....and the states that would outlaw it will have outrageous social problems because of it, especially financially as the amount of people on welfare will balloon...

Americans are allowed to choose what to do with their bodies and their lives and government will never legislate away from this most basic of Constitutional facts, period.

BTW - No amount of passion against abortion will change the truth, though one's passion against it is admirable if one believes that abortion is wrong. It's just too bad that people want to tell others what to do.
The fact still remains, Abortion will not always be around, it cannot go on for the simple fact that it is only the pro-choice that are killing themselves through abortion, the pro-life will eventually out number the pro-choice, it is just a matter of time, the sooner you realise this, the better.

It is simple plain logic.
 

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The fact still remains, Abortion will not always be around, it cannot go on for the simple fact that it is only the pro-choice that are killing themselves through abortion, the pro-life will eventually out number the pro-choice, it is just a matter of time, the sooner you realise this, the better.

It is simple plain logic.
ROTFLMAO! :lol: :lol: :lol: Dumbest theory I've ever heard.

Yes, because no one pro-choice ever has any children. :roll: What the hell am I doing on this planet, then?
 

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You are testimony to the Pro-life cause.
My parents are pro-choice!

That's why it's pro-CHOICE, not pro-ABORTION. Having a child when they want to is a CHOICE. Is it that damn hard to understand? What, Stace hasn't noticed her pregnancy or something? :roll:
 

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My parents are pro-choice!

That's why it's pro-CHOICE, not pro-ABORTION. Having a child when they want to is a CHOICE. Is it that damn hard to understand? What, Stace hasn't noticed her pregnancy or something? :roll:
Like I said, you are testimony to the Pro-life cause.
 

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...and your death through abortion would have been testimony to the pro-choice, there are not many people around to provide such testimonies.
 

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