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To: Hugh the Scot

Well I got the usual dolts who read 4 words in a post and attack.

Thank you for reading what I wrote.

IF YOU MAKE A LAW BASICALLY AFFIRMING ABORTION BUT NOT FOR THE ONES THAT LIVE, YOU’RE UNWITTINGLY LEGITIMIZING ABORTION.

Murder is ALREADY against the law. So is negligent homicide

Parts are in all caps for those that only read what they want or aren’t that bright.


15 posted on 03/31/2020 3:01:05 PM PDT by dp0622 (Radicals, racists dont point fingers at me I'm a small town white boy Just tryin to make ends meet)
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To: dp0622

Abortion is currently the law of the land. Babies who survive the procedure are left to die without legal consequence.

The Governor is attempting to say this bill may hurt women and families who have been advised that the pregnancy was not “viable”. If the baby survives the process he or she is more than just viable. The baby is a fighter that is struggling to survive.

This bill DOES NOT LEGITIMIZE abortion. It seeks to provide survivors with needed protections in the legal code. You and former Illinois Senator Obama find ways to oppose these measures but they are needed. That struggling baby needs more legal protection that does not currently exist. You should review your sophistry with current realities. I would prefer something be done with the legal code to spell out protections for the survivors of abortion until abortion itself ceases to be the law of the land. This bill was supported by pro-life organizations and opposed by abortion advocates. Shouldn’t the abortion advocates have welcomed it if it legitimatizes abortion?


16 posted on 03/31/2020 3:21:37 PM PDT by Monterrosa-24 (...even more American than a Russian AK-47 and a French bikini.)
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