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Facing the horror
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I agree wholeheartedly, except for this:
"…it is the dignified Justices, the well-heeled politicians, and the glib pundits who have made it a “right” in our culture."
It was not the Justices or pundits who did this, it was women who wanted to have sex without consequences. It was women who wanted to have sex and then walk away as men have been able to do since the beginning of time. They wanted the 'equal right' to be irresponsible. The voting public, willing to elect pro-abortion candidates year after year are the ones who did this. As a former counselor in a Crisis Pregnancy Center I know that many stories of unplanned pregnancy and abortion have twists and turns and are painful; the decisions are not easy and I don't mean to say that they are. But the politicians didn't do this, we did.
(Hope a slight difference of perspective is okay here. If not, feel free to delete!) 🙂
I'm all for different perspectives & respectful disagreements. For example, I'll disagree! 😉
Abortion & infanticide are not NEW problems. But it was the politicians, the "advocates" and specifically the Supreme Court Justices who gave it the stamp of approval in legalization. And of course, in our form of government "We the people" mean that yes, we did it. But it was a political act and we can't walk away from that reality.
The battle is at LEAST as much a political battle as any other.
As for it being women who wanted sex w/out consequences, well, both sexes had something to "gain" in abortion. And both have paid a terrible price. That old feminist saying, "Man's inhumanity to woman makes countless infants die" has much truth. The most obvious and outspoken tool for legalized abortion may have been feminist groups, but they were hardly the only advocates.
I have to agree that this is not merely an issue of people taking responsibility for the results of their sexual activity. This is also a Constitutional issue. In discerning a "right to privacy" in the "emanations and penumbras" of the Constitution, the Supreme Court usurped the states' authority to make decisions on the subject of abortion. It was an unconscionable power grab with horrific consequences.