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Willholbert09 0 points ago +5 / -5

So, I am going to get downvoted for this. But I am OK with pro choice. If a woman gets pregnant and doesn't think she can handle the kid, I think she should have a choice. I don't agree with abortions. And I hope they weigh heavily on the conscience of anyone who gets one. But I don't think the state should have legal authority over it, similar to gay marriage. If gay people want to get married, let them. What would Jesus do? The doxxing needs to get dealt with.

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Cardinalix 1 point ago +2 / -1

If she can't handle the kid, she has a choice to put him or her up for adoption. Let's stop the idea that it is kill the baby or bust.

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Willholbert09 -1 points ago +2 / -3

yeah, I think that is an argument worth happening.. but think about this. Every jerkoff and every menstrual cycle is a dead seed or egg.

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Cardinalix -2 points ago +1 / -3

Every jerkoff and every menstrual cycle is not life. Not sure why you are bringing them up unless you are trying to equate a fertilized egg which will become a human being with an unfertilized egg which will never become anything. Odd argument to make.

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Willholbert09 0 points ago +1 / -1

as I have stated, I don't agree with abortion. But I don't think it's the state's right to control.

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Cardinalix -1 points ago +1 / -2

Fair enough, I just didn't understand the argument you were making. A question though, the state does seem to control almost every other aspect of our lives including what we do with our bodies for a virus using the argument that we have to save lives and that does not seem to rankle people as much as the same argument used for the unborn... Any thoughts as to why that would be?

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Willholbert09 1 point ago +2 / -1

they don't control me. you are only controlled if you let them.

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Cardinalix 1 point ago +1 / -0

If you say so. I was more asking about society at large. The inconsistent application of 'my body, my choice' is both interesting and infuriating.

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