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 Georgia Lawmaker's radical anti-abortion proposal..

I don't know what to make of this, but it seems like a step in the right direction to stop the murderous plague.

Georgia is consider laws that would make miscarriages a felony if the mother cannot prove there was no "human involvement."

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2011/02/26/georgia-lawmakers-anti-abortion-proposal-punish-women-miscarriages/#ixzz1F6F5zaIJ


 2011/2/26 15:43
ginnyrose
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 Re: Georgia Lawmaker's radical anti-abortion proposal..

Tom,

I read this article and I do not like this legislation at all. If a woman miscarries then she will have to prove it was not induced by humans. The burden of proof rests with the woman. For some females miscarrying is traumatic enough but to have to prove it to some calloused official that it was spontaneous...no, this stinks.

I also call it an invasion of privacy...got enough gov intrusion in ones life already.

Seems to me this legislation mocks the pro-life philosophy - it is held up to ridicule by the choice crowd, justifying in their mind that pro-lifers are crazy for sure. For once, I would have to agree.

My opinion...surprised no one else offered theirs - I was waiting to see what others said before posting.


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Sandra Miller

 2011/2/26 23:08Profile
Lysa
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 Re: Georgia Lawmaker's radical anti-abortion proposal..


(edit I just saw this this morning)
Police go to the wrong house for a drug bust, it takes years for that family to prove they didn’t have drugs because the police figured out they had the wrong house and to save face planted drugs.

A 50 year old woman who has been through menopause is arrested for killing her child; someone planted evidence in her medical file because they had something against her.

This is NOT a step in the right direction. Legislation is not the answer. The only step in the right direction and the answer is Jesus changing a woman’s heart who is about to get an abortion. A heart's been changed and that heart can change other heart's!!

God bless you,
Lisa


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 2011/2/27 7:27Profile
MaryJane
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Ginnyrose
I agree with what you wrote here. I can not believe any one would view this as a good idea. They are just giving fuel to the pro choice groups. I have suffered through a miscarriage and it was devastating, I could not imagine having to go and prove that I did not do something on purpose to cause the miscarriage.

God Bless
mj

 2011/2/27 12:13Profile
ginnyrose
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got enough gov intrusion in ones life already.



I am not paranoid, but life for a family with rambunctious children is becoming more and more complicated if you work to raise them according to scripture - strong feelings against spanking, e.g.

I am told that when a child is taken to the doctor, they will note any bruises and if they think it is excessive, DHS will come calling and may remove your child from your home. I can understand that when there is abuse, it needs to be addressed, don't get me wrong. But there are children who grow up in the country who are subject to all kinds of injuries because they live risky lives. I did (when I was growing up I usually had several bruises on my legs at any point in time) and so did our children. There were several times we had to take them to the doctor for injuries sustained through play, carelessness, or something stupid they did. Today I am told it is very risky to take a child to a doctor. This is what I had in mind when I posted what I did.

My thoughts...


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