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Abortion is against women's rights. While many think that women should have the right to choose if a mother conceives, they are missing a few details. Many women have an abortion to become "un-pregnant". Abortion doesn"t make you "un-pregnant".. Abortion makes you the mother of a dead baby. Also, half the babies killed are women, where was their choice in the matter!? Women"s right my butt! Right to choose? THAT"S A LIE! Babies don"t choose to die!
First the girl tried to abort a viable fetus. States can restrict and even ban in some cases late term abortions when the fetus maybe viable outside the womb. Such abortions are extremely rare and are almost always done when the mother faces life threatening complications if she were to give birth. Second Planned Parenthood does not do late term abortions.
Of the abortions Planned Parenthood and most providers do are in the first trimester and some in the second trimester before the fetus becomes viable outside the womb. To abort a non viable fetus is not murder. But if you believe it is murder you must accept for your claim to be taken seriously and not as meaningless rhetoric a woman who has an abortion must be punished.
To say the woman is the victim is patently absurd. When it is the woman who agree for the abortion to be performed on her body with the known intent of killing her unborn baby. Further she has paid for it or someone with her knowledge has paid for it. That is a capital offense for which the girl should get the needle. To reject that is to reject your own proposition
If a teenage girl decides to abort her baby, pays someone to kill her unborn baby because it is inconvenient for her to be pregnant and for otherwise selfish reasons should she be put to death. She is who chose to murder (as you would describe it) her unborn baby. You can't credibly describe her as a victim
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