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A Woman's Right To Choose?

When will Roe v. Wade be put to rest? Is it a woman’s right to choose or is it the government’s right to tell a woman what she can and cannot do with or to her body? This is the question that many Mississippians will face as a bill has been set forth to deny a woman’s right to an abortion unless the pregnancy is a product of rape, incest, or threatens the woman’s life in anyway.

This law will catapult women into crossing state lines to obtain this procedure and/or the worst-case scenario will force them to back alley abortions as in the past. This will not only kill the fetus, but it will also kill and/or permanently harm or scar the mother.

I am an advocate for Pro Choice and, quite frankly this law scares the hell out of me! I am all for a woman making the decision as to whether or not to bring a child into this world. Yes, a child is a blessing from God, but we all have seen how unwanted children are mistreated by parents, family, and even those in the system that are supposedly proponents for the health, safety, and well being of children. Don’t get me wrong; I am not a proponent for using abortion as a form of birth control.

This law has the potential to snowball over into other states taking the same stance if the people and representatives of Mississippi set this bill as a law into place. This is an infringement on a woman’s civil rights!

Hell, The Patriot Act chips away at rights that be believed to be certain and alienable… what other rights are at stake if this bill becomes a law!

Again, I am not saying that a woman should use abortion as a form of birth control. I am saying that no governing body has the right to tell ME or any other woman what is right and/or wrong for her body.

What are you thoughts?



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