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Abortion

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The Product Of An Intelligent Culture

Something very fucked up is happening in the United States. South Dakota recently placed the most restrictive ban on abortion since the precedent setting era of Roe v. Wade. Not even if a woman is raped, or the victim of incest, is she allowed to terminate her pregnancy. And it doesn’t stop in South Dakota because members of the government want to use this opportunity to challenge the entire concept of Roe v. Wade and take away a woman’s right to make decisions for her body.

It’s no shameful secret that women get abortions. It’s not something women do with pride, nor is it something they need to bury; they don’t need to do it in the back-alleys anymore and they don’t need to use rusty coat hangers or ice picks. Having had the privilege of growing up with a strong matriarch and a sense of my inherent independence and strength, I’ve always felt that most women were educated about their choices and free in their ability to make the right ones for their bodies. But I’ve since learned that’s not true. A lot of young women are confused about their options, they are ignorant to the steps they can take to prevent another child being lost in the system, or a baby marred by ill-decisions. Even in a country that gives a woman the right to choose, we’re making sure that choice is nearly impossible to make. My mother worked in the Children’s Ministry for many years and she always handled the most brutal cases.

These were children with fetal alcohol syndrome preparing to hand down the legacy to their offspring. Pre-teens with such severe learning impairments that they couldn’t remember a simple game 30 seconds after learning it, but they knew how to fuck, and protection was never an option. The brutal truth is, their children ended up in foster care the instant they were born. And all of their brothers and sisters did too. Instead of teaching these women about taking care of their bodies, about using birth control, about ending the cycle of FAS, the government just took the babies and discharged the women from the hospital. They aren’t told about access to family planning clinics or to abortion clinics.

With tighter and tighter restrictions on the access and awareness of child-planning, we’re stepping closer to the dark ages of pre-feminism. We’re preparing to douse our progeny in the gasoline of ignorance and light the match that separates us from intelligent cultures. Why would we ever decide to take a thousand steps back after all the hard work it’s taken to move just a tiny step forward? South Dakota may seem far away, but this isn’t an issue of geography, it’s an issue of precedent. The right wing is like a rolling fire waiting to engulf the entire continent in its baboonish thinking. We may not have elected Bush, but we thought it was a good idea to put Stephen Harper in the driver’s seat. He’s got the pomade use down, but his conception of childbirth and rights stops at his dick, because until he loses his genitalia, he has no right to tell any woman what she can do with hers.

It doesn’t take much to overturn a controversial law like the right to an abortion, but we’ve already learned how hard it is to enact one that’s fair to the people it affects. I would hate to live in a country that feels it’s okay for a judiciary body to dictate the personal and physical actions of one of its citizens, specifically when it involves no one else. Whether or not it’s right to abort a child, I can’t say, but to have the right to do so, should be clear.

  1. Gölök Z. L. F. Buday

    Well the actual case of Roe vs. Wade touches on a Voting Rights Admendment that has nothing to do with Abortion, or the right to choose anything but who you want to win on the ballot. The right to slim pickens. It also is an illegal Amendment, the old catch 22 which only makes it to 10 even if it takes 2/3s a majority to amend things it would take expanding the powers of the Federal Government to do so or in doing so. None the less it’s a year the majority clause set to the voting right of any citizen over 18, yes Sen. Sanchez it’s C-I-T-A-Z-E-N.
    None the less even the invention of time machine ended the Leftist and Rightist inconvienient friend and enemy at times when they choose, the Bill of Rights, then they’d still have the problem where if you say the Husband has no right to say his wife can not have an abortion (who the complaintant and current opposition was) it’s just that, this is what Roe vs. Wade was about the Husband wanted a say and wanted the Wife to keep it, and if you say he can’t then you she can not expect you to pay for something you have no choice or say in. Now if you say a right to “make a choice on what to do with your own body,” well many Feminists would agree until you bring up exotic dancing and even porn; then suddenly when a death is not involved in deciosion and is even perhaps not the Death Penalty it’s suddenly bad. Such as Rudy Guilliani even when he was boasting his pro-abortion position as a “moderate” stating he “was for the woman’s right to choose,” and then shut down [ or had someone shut down some] Strip Clubs. Then brought some of Disney’s druelling perverts into Time Square.

    Regards,

    Gölök Zoltán Leenderdt Franco Buday

    - Apr 16, 02:25 PM

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