Abortion

Thursday, 17 June 2010 13:58 Chris Wright
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The decision to have an abortion should be strictly between a woman and her doctor. No politician should deny women control over their own bodies and access medical care.

As Americans, not only do we have privacy rights, we have an un-enumerated 9th Amendment right to procreate.  Despite the failure of the U.S. Supreme Court to enumerate fundamental rights under the 9th Amendment, that doesn’t mean we don’t have a fundamental right to have children.  If we have a right to procreate then we also have a right not to procreate.

Prohibition of abortion won’t end abortion it simply takes regulatory power from the public and puts it into the hands of the black market.  An invitation to the black market won’t promote public safety.

The abortion question is best left to the judgment of women.

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