Texas vs women
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bernardtwindwilGranddad & story teller, tomthepo8.com
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Texas vs women

by bernardtwindwil

Terminating a pregnancy​ is lawful in all the States

There is no equivocation about its legality. It is absolutely the law of the land. Until a law is passed and withstands challenges, it is unlawful to interfere in any way with a woman's rights.

I will not participate in a termination of a human life.

My moral position is to not participate in the termination of any possible description of human life. I promised myself that I would never again take a human life. It is intensely personal.

I will not interfere nor condemn someone who does.

When a woman chooses to terminate a pregnancy, it is her legal right. I am opposed to anyone attempting to abrogate that right. Those who do are guilty of obstruction of justice.

Texas HB2 was unconstitutional said 5

5 Supreme Court justices found that the restrictive nature of HB2 did not enhance women's health. It placed an unnecessary and unconstitutional burden on women seeking reproductive health care.

Texas acted unlawfully and can't be trusted

Governor Abbot stated the HB2 laws were specifically enacted to obstruct women's right to lawfully terminate their pregnancy. How could they be so unethical and illegal.

Nobody won this battle

We all lost. Our state government is corrupt. Is terminating a pregnancy winning?

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@jvw_purple Yes, and it keeps getting worse. But when all those big time far right macho men get home. They to as they are told by their wives who put them in power.

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Your views are practically perfect. As a girl I'm definitely pro-choice, I know if I got pregnant in a bad situation (which will NOT happen at my age), I would want the right to control my own body.

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a year agoReply
@esotericdesign very important questions. I agree. @bernardtwindwil I am glad you wrote about it. It's nice to see the impersonal clarity with which you look at the issue. It's a must these days otherwise we may never move forward.

benjSilver CommaStoryteller
a year agoReply
@esotericdesign @bernardtwindwil great points. i don't think the government should be running laws into some of these social issues, including abortion no matter what the opinions are. legal rights, no, human rights. should take precedent

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a year agoReply
I like it! 1) What I want to know if why does my Government need to know whats in my uterus? 2) I would also like to know why they are in my bedroom - why is it their business to know who I have over? 3) Why does my Government need to know what reproductive parts are under my clothes - why is it their business what gender I was born as? They spend millions, if not billions, finding out the answers...stupid! Lets use that money to feed the kids in our communities or get wounded soldiers the treatments they need for free or pay for a prescription for an elderly person so she doesn't have to make the choice "Do I buy food or my prescription?" They need to worry about North Korea or ISIS or ANYTHING else except their citizens bodies and bedroom habits!