Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Is Abortion a Right?

UNITED NATIONS (AP) - Ten years after a landmark U.N. conference adopted a platform aimed at global equality for women, the United States is demanding that a declaration issued by a follow-up meeting make clear the women are not guaranteed a right to abortion.

Via Blogs for Bush.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

The decision about abortion should be left to the persons, family and doctors involved. The public (i.e. persons not related to the affected family/situation) should have no say in what a person should or shouldnt do with their unborn child. I understand the position of those who think abortion is wrong, but you are not paying for the medical bills to birth the child nor are you going through the situation. You have no right to tell someone what to do with their lives, just as no one has the right to tell you what to do with yours. Stay out of people's business, stop making a private issue a public one. While people understand that some women have regretted their decision to abort, they dont do so until they are financially and mentally able to provide for a child; not when they are in a situation where they have no other choice.

11:51 PM  

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