PERSONALLY I AM ALL FOR IT AND BELIEVE THAT IF A BABY HAS THAT MUCH WILL HOW CAN WE JUST LET THEM DIE, I AM ALSO PRO-LIFE, I USED TO BE PRO-CHOICE AND AS I HAVE STATED BEFORE I HAVE USED THAT CHOICE SO I KNOW FROM BOTH SIDES, BUT WHAT DO YOU LADIES THINK ABOUT ITALL?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 4:18 AM on Oct. 28, 2008 in Politics & Current Events
Answer by Anonymous at 4:36 AM on Oct. 28, 2008
Answer by Married2theBest at 5:09 AM on Oct. 28, 2008
Okay, these would not be disabled children. The Born-Alive Protection Act protects pre-viable fetuses that are born temporarily alive. There have already been laws on place for many years that guarantee an infant medical care even if it is born through a late-term abortion. This new act forces doctors to administer treatment even to a child that has NO chance of survival. There is no technology that can sustain a fetus outside a mother's womb before it's body is mature enough.
This is a piece of legislation that was written solely to redefine infant rights for the purpose of altering women's reproductive rights. It does NOT help those babies in any way. Please research this on your own. It is not monstrous infanticide as the very powerfully influential pro-life lobby would have you believe. Sad but very true.
Answer by CluelessCarrie at 5:21 AM on Oct. 28, 2008
I think that no woman wants to have a late-term abortion, and in the majority of cases, it's a heart-wrenching decision that should be between the mother and her doctor.
For how I feel about Obama supposedly supporting Infanticide, this should tell you..
Answer by msmoody at 7:27 AM on Oct. 28, 2008
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Answer by profmom922 at 8:47 AM on Oct. 28, 2008
One thing I don't understand now is the whole roe vs. wade decision. The woman "roe" is now a christian and fights for life now. She had 3 babies and not one abortion. any ways the born alive infant protection act is a must in some places. It does happen. Christ hospital in Chicago is the most famous for leaving babies in a cold dirty laundry room. (this was told by a nurse that worked there. And most of these babies are perfectly healthy not special needs.(even that i think is despicable.) I think that after the point that blood flows in the the embryo (about 18 days after conception) should be the point that babies get to live.
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