It will make people think a bit more before engaging in sex, especially unprotected sex. That is not a total win, but it sets the course in the right direction.
I just love the way the story starts off with a rare birth defect case, as if that is representative of all abortions.
To be complete, the article could have mentioned infant hospices, which serve women and babies who have fatal birth defects, allowing the woman to give birth without subjecting the infant to the agony of abortion. Then she can spend quality time with the infant before it dies.
But pro-aborts dont want women, even those who have dying infants, to have a choice.
For the majority of women who abort, those who use abortion as their primary form of birth control, I think these laws might make them consider other, less cruel and lethal, forms of birth control.
Neither, because it is blocked from implementation by Roe v Wade.
they’ll go someplace else, like the ladies in Ireland did.
Women going to other states to get abortions has no bearing on whether the residents of a state should decide to make abortion (or any other heinous practice) illegal in their own state. If the residents of adjoining or other states want to make their state a bloody Mecca for abortion and infanticide, that’s on them.
Sorry, nice try, but no sympathy.
Hedonists will actually move to other states.
This is why the left didn’t try to push the abortion agenda until the Supreme Court could be stacked to push Roe versus Wade through.
If the States can restrict abortion, and legalize or restrict drugs and booze as they choose then pretty soon hedonists concentrate themselves into enclaves. That’s how they increase the likelihood of finding more sexual partners for their dalliances.
In a Republic, this permanently cedes control of the upper house to family oriented monogamists.