well thats an unfair statement. Im pro-life, and i sleep great at night. If the BABY inside her died, then i dont believe it is consider an abortion. I think that killing a human BABY just because a woman doesn't want to take responsibility, it ridiculous... some dont agree, but i think a life, is a life, and its not right to kill a baby!
Yeah, because "suffered a miscarriage and septicaemia" was totally foreseeable and happens all the time.
C'mon- even you would agree this wasn't an abortion. Please tell me so
Good old religion, it doesnt care who or what suffers from its hands, Because of this two lifes where lost, she should have had an abortion
if it was medically necesary they should have and im against it
Abortion to save a women's life...is saving a life, I could see reason for this. I could sleep at night despite the thoughts of all the unborn children being murdered.
Look into case x, it is worse.
no matter what... should be THE womans choice.. but, dont agree with late term... that woman should of received what she wanted!! hospitals fault.. to bad not in USA... great law suit!!
Sad ,so fu\kin sad that any supposed civilised society can let thier morals kill a young woman.
And yet, The Republic refuses to even consider Abortion, and I'll tell you what's more, they never Fekkin' will. It should, however stand as a lesson to countries like the USA that have allowed the issue to be hijacked by Old White Men who have really have no right to a fekkin' opinion anyway
you said it the best!!!!!!!!
according to the radio, it was against the law of the land because there was a foetal heartbeat
When will men get out of our Uteruses-
i would have been so undeniably pissed off if someone told me i wasnt allowed to have a medical procedure that i desperately needed.<br />
would have busted a few faces open before i collapsed and died.
The irony to that situation is sickening.
The exercising of her free will, even though she knew she would die has no relevance to law or others' opinions. This was a medical matter. She was given her choices and she made her decision. If abortion will save the mother's life and someone competently and legally allowed to make decision for her (usually herself) then Who am I, who is no doctor nor am I God, to subsume the woman's right to choose to save her own life? Even though I am anti abortion, there are circumstances where that which is 'wrong' is actually the right thing to do.