A Just and Noble Future for the Unborn
Perhaps solely due to the United States Supreme Court's unacceptable and irrational decision in Roe v. Wade, over 62 million unborn children have been murdered through the barbaric and immoral act of "abortion."
This unfortunate decision was based on both on the concept of a "right to privacy" (a right that we do not, strictly speaking, actually have) and the notion that the Supreme Court at the time could not (or would not) speculate on "the difficult question of when life begins."
In the Roe v. Wade case, the Supreme Court admitted that "if...personhood (for the unborn) is established...the fetus' right to life is then guaranteed specifically by the (Fourteenth) Amendment..."
(Roe v. Wade [410 US 113 at 156-7])
All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.
(14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, Section 1)
As we progress in staggering fashion through the 21st Century, it has become abundantly clear that the science of human life is conclusive. Life--all life--begins at conception, whether natural or otherwise. A new life has been created, and while you may perceive such a being as a mere "clump of cells," it is nevertheless, the early stages of life...in this case, human life.
Feelings or opinions about "a woman's right to choose" or "a man's place in making any decision on abortion" is arbitrary and irrelevant. Neither a woman, nor a man, have the right to take another human's life, even if that person may be dependent on them for survival.
The further we develop as a scientific community, the earlier we can determine an embryo's viability outside of the womb, rendering the "symbiotic" or even-more-disgusting "parasitic" arguments regarding the fetus entirely inert.
American Imperial Republicans fundamentally oppose this fatuous "right" to abortion-on-demand. We want innocent human life to be respected and ethically treated. We can discuss large sweeping and systemic changes to the methods by which we handle "unwanted" pregnancy, "accidental" pregnancy, or "forced" pregnancy, as a society and as a nation. Social programs, safety nets, adoption, and other forms of government aid can, and will, be implemented to assist in the hardships of unplanned motherhood; however, the responsibility of individuals to avoid such unwanted conception through precautionary measures & abstinence should remain paramount.
The responsibility to definitively state when life begins should fall to Congress if the Supreme Court are not brave or bold enough to make that determination.
The procedure of terminating an active pregnancy should only be legally permitted when the birth mother is in statistically certain mortal danger should the process move forward. Adoption, foster care, and social programs are all viable options in cases of unwanted, unintentional, or forced pregnancy. The death of a child should never be an answer to the question of unfortunate or illegal circumstances of undesired pregnancy.
In the statistically few cases of pregnancy by rape or other illicit means, the legal discussion of putting one's rapist to death should come before the death of an innocent.
The sociopolitical Left has seized on the rhetoric and rage of the Pro-Choice (Abortion Advocates) for two significant reasons--corrupting the hearts and minds of women through disregard for their own children gives them immediate power over the souls of those women; and creating a wedge issue that claims men should have no significant or viable input in said issue emboldens their radical, brainwashed feminist base.
The time will come, not just in American history, but world history, that we look back on the acceptance of unquestioned and unchecked Abortion as the worst atrocity--the most egregious violation of human rights--of all time.
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