1. So, BARREL, what do you think of Alabama’s near total ban on abortion – the only exception being for the health of the mother – no exception even for rape or incest? https://www.al.com/news/de8b00-alabama-abortion-bill.html
2. PORK, I agree with Alabama legislators with this exception. I read the article and the press release used in the article uses the word “millions” which is an egregious generalization.
3. Let’s be specific.
4. Since Roe v. Wade in 1973, more than 300,000,000+ babies have been surgically and chemically butchered, killed, murdered, maimed, ripped apart, sold for body parts, used in experiments, flushed, dissolved chemically, wiped out forever.
5. 50,000,000+ were Black babies.
6. 50,000,000+ were Hispanic babies.
7. 200,000,000+ were Native American, Jewish American, Asian American, and Caucasian babies.
8. These surgical and chemical “killing field” numbers come from the Planned Parenthood Guttmacher Institute website “numbers of abortions.” http://www.numberofabortions.com/
NOTE THE FOOTNOTE IN THAT WEBSITE WHEREIN PLANNED PARENTHOOD DOCUMENTS 250,000,000 CHEMICAL ABORTIONS. ADD THAT TO THE NOW 61,000,000 SURGICAL ABORTIONS AND YOU HAVE 300,000,000+.
Think about this, PORK. Since Roe v Wade in 1973 – that is 46 years divided into 300,000,000 – we have witnessed more than 6,500,000 killings per year just in the United States alone.
9. The “Press release from Sen. Clyde Chambliss reads: “Roe v. Wade has ended the lives of millions of children.
10. “While we cannot undo the damage that decades of legal precedence under Roe have caused, this bill has the opportunity to save the lives of millions of unborn children,” said Senator Clyde Chambliss (R-Prattville), who sponsored HB314 in the Senate.
11. “Life and liberty are not man given; they are given by our Creator.
12. “Today, Alabama made clear that we will protect our rights and the rights of our unborn children.”
13. “In 1973, unelected judges on the Supreme Court cut short the vigorous national debate over abortion, and imposed a top-down, abortion-on-demand agenda on the entire country.
14. Advances in science since 1973, particularly in ultrasound technology, shows what we know intuitively – a baby in the womb is a person,” Chambliss continued.
15. The article further states:
16. “After several hours of contentious debate, the Alabama Senate on Tuesday night voted 25 – 6 to pass what many say will be the strictest abortion ban in the nation.
17. “The bill makes abortion a felony in Alabama.
18. “A similar measure already passed the Republican-controlled House but controversy erupted last week in the Senate after an attempt to add amendments that would allow exceptions for victims of rape or incest.
19. “Another attempt to add rape and incest exceptions on Tuesday also failed and led to a filibuster attempt.
20. “Proponents of the measure pushed for a “clean bill” without amendments in order to clear the way to a legal fight in the U.S. Supreme Court and a review of Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision that legalized abortion.
21. “The bill now goes to Gov. Kay Ivey, who will decide whether to sign it into law.
22. “Complete coverage of the abortion debate can be found here [at this link]: https://topics.al.com/tag/abortion/index.html