Our friend is not merely speaking of the medical restrictions, conditions, coercions, etc. on the procedure. She references the insidious ones...the ones which require all sorts of logistical, temporal, bureaucratic, and architectural hoops, which have nothing to do with the safety of abortion, and focus on its accessibility. She very succinctly pointed out that the whole point of most of these restrictions, is not to legally remove her right to a legal safe abortion, but her physical ability to obtain one.<quoted text>
There are definitely restrictions on killing babies. But there aren't a lot of restriction for early-term abortions. There's a difference between an abortion and killing a baby. And don't worry, I don't let anyone into my uterus that doesn't belong there. If I happen to become pregnant, the only person who gets to make the decision as to whether I remain pregnant is me.
It matters not a whit to her that every year, thousands of women are informed by their physicians, that an abortion is necessary, in order to maintain their health and their lives. Women who desperately wanted to gestate their pregnancies, but whose pregnancies are destined to result in her death, fetal death, or a profoundly compromised child.
Nor does she care a fig about the women whose miscarriages will eventually be prosecuted for reasons such as work-related injury to the fetus, or the fact that they decided go bungee jumping on vacation, or any of a host of other reasons the crafters and supporters of currently proposed personhood legislation will advance.
All she gives a shit about is her own self-righteous opinion, and that enough people share it, so that she can stroke her own ego on message boards like this one.
She advances personal responsibility for others, but watch anyone suggest SHE should be taxed, to assist in supporting all the new life SHE insists should be brought into the world, and she forgets what responsibility means.