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International Studies Confirm that the Legality of Abortion will have Minimal Impact of the Rate

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1) Although it may appear counter-intuitive, but International studies have repeatedly confirmed that the legal status of abortion appears to have a minimal impact on a woman's decision - whether it be provided under proper medical conditions or a return to the "BAD OLD DAYS" with high mortality rates!

2) There appears to be no reason to believe, however, that b merely overturning Roe v Wade will translate into the desired effect of higher rate of compliance in America concern full-term pregnancies - an outcome that has not been the case found in the rest of the world!

3) The reality is that in the 21stC, the nation's young women feel that they are under no obligation to accept the moral standards being imposed by older affluent, predominantly male state/federal politicians and Supreme Court justices far removed from those social, economic and cultural realities that they face every day!

4) The 7-2 decision (5 Republican justices in the majority) by SCOTUS in 1973 to support Roe v Wade based on their interpretation of the freedoms guaranteed under the 14th Amendment enshrined a woman's right to make this difficult private, personal decision within the 1st trimester - free from government coercion!

5) For the nation's young women, Roe v Wade is "ancient history" and the only reality they know - for them the "FREEDOM OF CHOICE TRAIN" left "THE SCOTUS STATION" 49 years ago and the America of the early 1970's is not about "TO MAKE A COMEBACK IN THEIR LIFETIME!"

6) If the ProLife advocates were seriously interested in reducing the nation's abortion rate, instead overturning Roe v Wade which will have little or no impact, they should be dedicating their time and effort to enacting those government programs that have been successful elsewhere to encourage young women to decide that a full-term pregnancy is a viable option!

7) The US doesn't compare favorably with other modern democracies when it comes to infant mortality rates, availability of public sponsored daycare, universal health and dental care, inner-city violence, gangs, racial unrest, etc,

8) It should therefore come as no surprise that for America's young women, particularly those from visible minorities, such factors would make them more apprehensive when it comes to making those long-term commitments required to raise children - without the support provided by other more progressive, "child-friendly" nations!
 
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1) Although it may appear counter-intuitive, but International studies have demonstrated repeatedly that the legal status of abortion has a minimal impact on a woman's decision to seek an abortion - whether it be under proper medical conditions or a return to the "BAD OLD DAYS" with high mortality rates!

2) There is no reason to believe, however, that by merely overturning Roe v Wade, this will translate into a higher rate of compliance in America that would distinguish it from the rest of the world!

3) The reality is that in the 21stC, the nation's young women feel that they are under no obligation to accept the moral standards being imposed by older affluent, predominantly male state/federal politicians and Supreme Court justices far removed from those social, economic and cultural realities that they face every day!

4) The 7-2 decision (5 Republican justices in the majority) by SCOTUS in 1973 to support Roe v Wade based on their interpretation of the freedoms guaranteed under the 14th Amendment enshrined a woman's right to make this difficult private, personal decision within the 1st trimester - free from government coercion!

5) For the nation's young women, Roe v Wade is "ancient history" and the only reality they know - for them the "FREEDOM OF CHOICE TRAIN" left "THE SCOTUS STATION" 49 years ago and the America of the early 1970's is not about "TO MAKE A COMEBACK IN THEIR LIFETIME!"

6) If the ProLife advocates were seriously interested in reducing the nation's abortion rate, instead overturning Roe v Wade which will have little or no impact, they should be dedicating their time and effort to enacting those government programs that have been successful elsewhere to encourage young women to decide that a full-term pregnancy is a viable option!

7) The US doesn't compare favorably with other modern democracies when it comes to infant mortality rates, availability of public sponsored daycare, universal health and dental care, inner-city violence, gangs, racial unrest, etc,

8) It should therefore come as no surprise that for America's young women, particularly those from visible minorities, such factors would make them more apprehensive when it comes to making those long-term commitments required to raise children - without the support provided by other more progressive, "child-friendly" nations!
Also those from visible majorities.
 

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When will you stupids get it? The GOP has worked to give the people back the right to decide on abortion. It is just that the people making the decisions won't be the people having them.

You all know, the wymins.

#bothsides
#prolifecanuck
#rightwingfeminismishere
 

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Shockingly, "the left" is not made up of demons ejected from hell for being too corrupt, so as it turns out people are actually not having abortions for fun or merely with abandon.

It's a traumatic experience. They do it because they rally cannot birth or raise that kid, or the kid's going to be tortured by some disease for six years then die. Something like that. The only sense anyone would use it as anything remotely like "birth control" is for example someone who takes the morning-after pill because the condom broke the night before.



The sole intent behind banning it is to impose Christianity on infidels. They don't even care about the kids, for chrissake. Just as 'em about welfare.
 

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1) Although it may appear counter-intuitive, but International studies have repeatedly confirmed that the legal status of abortion appears to have a minimal impact on a woman's decision - whether it be provided under proper medical conditions or a return to the "BAD OLD DAYS" with high mortality rates!

2) There appears to be no reason to believe, however, that b merely overturning Roe v Wade will translate into the desired effect of higher rate of compliance in America concern full-term pregnancies - an outcome that has not been the case found in the rest of the world!

3) The reality is that in the 21stC, the nation's young women feel that they are under no obligation to accept the moral standards being imposed by older affluent, predominantly male state/federal politicians and Supreme Court justices far removed from those social, economic and cultural realities that they face every day!

4) The 7-2 decision (5 Republican justices in the majority) by SCOTUS in 1973 to support Roe v Wade based on their interpretation of the freedoms guaranteed under the 14th Amendment enshrined a woman's right to make this difficult private, personal decision within the 1st trimester - free from government coercion!

5) For the nation's young women, Roe v Wade is "ancient history" and the only reality they know - for them the "FREEDOM OF CHOICE TRAIN" left "THE SCOTUS STATION" 49 years ago and the America of the early 1970's is not about "TO MAKE A COMEBACK IN THEIR LIFETIME!"

6) If the ProLife advocates were seriously interested in reducing the nation's abortion rate, instead overturning Roe v Wade which will have little or no impact, they should be dedicating their time and effort to enacting those government programs that have been successful elsewhere to encourage young women to decide that a full-term pregnancy is a viable option!

7) The US doesn't compare favorably with other modern democracies when it comes to infant mortality rates, availability of public sponsored daycare, universal health and dental care, inner-city violence, gangs, racial unrest, etc,

8) It should therefore come as no surprise that for America's young women, particularly those from visible minorities, such factors would make them more apprehensive when it comes to making those long-term commitments required to raise children - without the support provided by other more progressive, "child-friendly" nations!
#sad
 

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When will you stupids get it? The GOP has worked to give the people back the right to decide on abortion. It is just that the people making the decisions won't be the people having them.

You all know, the wymins.

#bothsides
#prolifecanuck
#rightwingfeminismishere
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1) Although it may appear counter-intuitive, but International studies have repeatedly confirmed that the legal status of abortion appears to have a minimal impact on a woman's decision - whether it be provided under proper medical conditions or a return to the "BAD OLD DAYS" with high mortality rates!

2) There appears to be no reason to believe, however, that b merely overturning Roe v Wade will translate into the desired effect of higher rate of compliance in America concern full-term pregnancies - an outcome that has not been the case found in the rest of the world!

3) The reality is that in the 21stC, the nation's young women feel that they are under no obligation to accept the moral standards being imposed by older affluent, predominantly male state/federal politicians and Supreme Court justices far removed from those social, economic and cultural realities that they face every day!

4) The 7-2 decision (5 Republican justices in the majority) by SCOTUS in 1973 to support Roe v Wade based on their interpretation of the freedoms guaranteed under the 14th Amendment enshrined a woman's right to make this difficult private, personal decision within the 1st trimester - free from government coercion!

5) For the nation's young women, Roe v Wade is "ancient history" and the only reality they know - for them the "FREEDOM OF CHOICE TRAIN" left "THE SCOTUS STATION" 49 years ago and the America of the early 1970's is not about "TO MAKE A COMEBACK IN THEIR LIFETIME!"

6) If the ProLife advocates were seriously interested in reducing the nation's abortion rate, instead overturning Roe v Wade which will have little or no impact, they should be dedicating their time and effort to enacting those government programs that have been successful elsewhere to encourage young women to decide that a full-term pregnancy is a viable option!

7) The US doesn't compare favorably with other modern democracies when it comes to infant mortality rates, availability of public sponsored daycare, universal health and dental care, inner-city violence, gangs, racial unrest, etc,

8) It should therefore come as no surprise that for America's young women, particularly those from visible minorities, such factors would make them more apprehensive when it comes to making those long-term commitments required to raise children - without the support provided by other more progressive, "child-friendly" nations!

Being anti-abortion is more of a display of principles, not a living up to them.
 
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