It has not eclipsed everything else. The fight for equality continues. Again, you just hear about it more, and that is the fault of those who are working against equal rights in that area.<quoted text>
Yup ..what a waste..burning good clothing .Lol
But as I say the abortion movement has eclipsed everything else. To the point most people cannot talk without agitation ..Or in some cases,screaming protests
And politicians on both sides ..use this ..instead of trying to make a better country.
Where has the outrage over the debt gone...it is humongous compared to what Bush had ...
And our grand kids will pay dearly .
Oh well No one listens to people my age ..But I still vite..useless as it is in my county.
If no Roe...We would have stayed focused ..had mire responsibility fir
Ourselves using either smarter sex ..No sex without a life partner...OR
CONTRACEPTION. or call three.
Life has become expendable. Because life in the womb is...And we did NOT Used to feel that way.
I know we cannot undo it sadly ..But I wish we had s rated focused on
Family planning ..not killing preview babies...
And no, a woman cannot have equality until she is free to make all of her own medical decisions. Just like she cannot have equality until she makes as much money for doing the same job as a man. Just like she cannot have equality until she has equal access to education as a man. It's all part and parcel of the fight for equality. It's all important.
Rose, now you are being na´ve. Life has always been expendable to humanity. Always. How can you look at the history of war and slavery and pretend it hasn't? Every soldier is/has been considered expendable to the gov'ts that send them to war. RvW added nothing to that.
Abortion has always been around, and used. It was mostly herbal, aside from the objects inserted into the vagina. What has changed throughout history is the fact that it went from being considered no one's business what a woman did with her own pregnancy, to others thinking they had the right to tell her what she can and cannot do. RvW merely put the decision, as much as possible, back into the hands it belongs in, the woman who is the one gestating, and facing possible risks to life and health.