John Edwards' stance on abortion
Jason Steffens over at Antioch Road points out that John Edwards believes abortion should be legal, but only until “the fetus has reached viability.” Jason asks a great question: Where in the Constitution is there a basis for drawing a viability distinction?

And, as even science is proving to the dismay of pro abortion supporters, life begins at the earliest stages of pregnancy. If the pregnant mother who has an abortion is not taking a life, then why do we put teenage girls and boys on trial for killing their new born children? Is it because the teens on trial put the grisly details in our face and the abortion's ugliness is hidden?
Posted on 09/02/03 - Category: Politics

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