Arnold, as usual you skirted the issue. If a woman can kill a child and you don't want the government making that personal decision that's your opinion. If the government should stay out of killing a child then they ought to stay out of trying to force their will of let's say Obamacare on people. How do justify cherry picking what the government should butt in and what they shouldn't?<quoted text>
I think every woman carries the responsibility. I also think that every woman has to come to some decision about abortion of the child inside of her, and that is between her and God. That is her personal decision and not society's. No, I do not think God wants the child aborted, but I do not want the government to make her most personal decisions for her. You support less government involvement in our persoanl lives, and yet you support them to make this decision. That's very hypocritical. And, with the hatred that you have for the welfare system, are you willing to pay higher taxes to support the child AFTER IT IS BORN so that it has proper food and living conditions? Or, is it only while the child is in the womb that you SUPPORT THE CHILD?
I'll tell what I support and that's any woman that has a child to get off her bum, go to work and feed and raise the child. It's a very simple premise and has worked well for past generations. I also support women taking personal responsibility of respecting their bodies and not having sex with every man with a pair of pants on. And while I'm at it, "baby daddy" ought to carry the burden of helping pay for these children so carelessly conceived.
I'm pro choice, the choice to be responsible enough to prevent pregnancy to begin with. Now isn't that a novel idea, birth control, free at that--who would have thunk???