Amy Irvin had her first abortion when she was in college. Young and wanting to be near her support network of friends, she drove from Atlanta, Georgia, where she was working for the summer, back to her college town of Cincinnati, Ohio, for the procedure. Twenty years later, she would have another unplanned pregnancy, and another abortion, while she was living in New Orleans, Louisiana.
It’s too bad that Moses couldn’t carry any more than two tablets down the mountain. I hear that commandment eleven was “Thou shalt mind your own god-damned business and not that of your neighbor.” People are saying…
I’ve long held that abortion is also a class issue–If abortion were to be denied in the US, the wealthy class would simply jet their pregnant daughters or wives off to Switzerland or somewhere with nice clean clinics–Wealthy people like those providing dark money to the anti-abortion movement.
Abortion clinic protesters, the true US wack-a-doodle class. These people are straight up nuts, which makes it impossible to have an adult conversation about the subject with them. The gauntlet of protesters these women must wade through to access their legal right to an abortion should be criminal, and must be stopped.
Another case lately where to be safe you have to bring a bigger group than the opposition.
Body guards if you will.