Everysaturdaymorning, the blog of abortion clinic escort attempts to answer what "choice" means.
Jill Stanick wants to ask what does choice really mean. I think it means public funding of abortions at 6 weeks, at 12 weeks at 20 weeks, at 24 weeks.
Why not 28 weeks? Or 32 weeks? Or 36? We aren't told. Apparently a woman's choice ends at 24 weeks for some reason. Why isn't "choice" celebrated past 24 weeks? Does a woman suddenly lose the ability to "decide what's best for her and her family" when she's 24 weeks pregnant?
In the comments section (at 9:31:21 on January 20) of one of her DoubleX posts, Amanda Marcotte shares how evidence isn't something she likes to deal with. Instead, her "moral compass" teaches her that all late-term abortions must be life-of-the-mother/fetal anomaly abortions.
My moral compass tells me women are human beings. Therefore, they behave like human beings, and if they want to terminate a pregnancy by choice, they will do so as early as possible.
Christina at Real Choice is working on creating a wiki for abortionist Kermit Gosnell's crimes.