It's sad when a man can tell a woman how to run her biology. It's sadder when you have these other women that are hell bent on saying that conception happens two weeks before sex takes place, and keep themselves uneducated about how their own biology works. These women are dependent on a man to tell them how their bodies are suppose to function.
Here in Oregon a protester was protesting a planned parenthood that did not offer abortions, in reality he was protesting a woman's right to have birth-control, pap-smears, and breast examines. Why doesn't society take us women to the middle east culture. It's not a religion's choice what I do with MY body, it's not a politicians choice to tell me what to do with MY body. If everyone wants to tell me how to run myself, they better pay me for that 24 hour job or doing as they say not as I see fit for myself.
If a woman wants to have an abortion that is up to them, their god, their beliefs, their cultural, and whoever they want for support. It is not my job to pass judgement or tell them how to run their bodies. Personally it's no ones business what happens in anyone elses bedroom, pants, legs, uterus, wallets, and their personal beliefs/religion.
In reality should tax payers pay for abortions, no. Should the taxpayers pay for the rest of that child's life because they didn't want mom to have an abortion, yes.
All I have to say is this, if I want to personally pay for an abortion stay the hell out of my uterus. My body my business.. As follows is what I have posted to another article.
I am pro-choice for many reason.. Too many times have I seen a man promise to be there when the child was born and never was seen or heard of again after the first cry.. My oldest is 17 y/o and baby daddy promised to pay for her and be apart of her life even though we weren't together when I found out I was pregnant. Well 96 dollars a month was too much to pay for the last 17 years and he has 9 children and hasn't been there for a single day of their lives.
I think all parents should come to an agreement on what to do with a pregnancy, however, sometimes daddy isn't there or doesn't want to be there. It's a mess and the decision overall has to be done by the woman. I leave the choice up to the woman, it's not my moral decision and it's not my right to pass judgement.
My husband and I had to make that decision a couple years ago, my baby had no formed head and I was miscarrying, we had to decide whether or not to continue to carry. My heart told me to go ahead and allow my body to handle it naturally vs. my husband didn't want me or the baby to suffer anymore than we were. Last miscarriage I had, I had almost bled to death and the miscarriage was a two month process with infections and other major life changing things.
Yes in reality it's the woman's choice, I feel that if a man is apart of the women's life that he wants this child and is willing to help raise it, atleast the woman can do is listen to what he has to say just to give him a say in the shared fetus.
This article states that the grown ass man pushed the little girl for touching his signs. I think it will come out that he had shoved the signs in her face as she was walking in to the clinic.. VERY COMMON practice here in Oregon for protestors to try and block you from entering the building with signs and objects. I have had to push signs out of my face going in to a PPH to get a birth-control shots. Is it right for them to put the sign in my face, me pushing the persons sign out of my face and then them pushing me to the ground? No, trust me I would probably bring someone with me out of fear of these protestors and what they are capable of doing. Was it right for daddy to beat the hell out of this guy for pushing his daughter down, probably but that is as extreme as these extremist.
Would you appreciate someone intimidating your minor child with this bullshit and when she defends herself, she gets attacked by the person who instigated the fiasco? No, i don't think most the dads would encourage a grown ass man attacking a little girl over a sign. I know damn well my husband would kick this guys teeth in for pushing our 17 year old daughter, and if he didn't, I would.