Month Archives: August 2007

Life after Roe

by Jared Bridges

August 1, 2007

Tom McClusky, along with former FRC staffers Kristin Hansen and Pia de Solenni, contributed to National Review Online’s symposium on the criminalization of abortion. From Tom’s entry:

…In fact, the Family Research Council has consistently supported legislation that protects the expectant mother and her child; we have also called for case studies of postpartum depression in women who have had abortions (a measure introduced by the great Rep. Joe Pitts (R., Penn). Our main opposition in getting these pro-women initiatives into law tends to be pro-abortionist groups like Planned Parenthood. In the U.S., laws against abortion have always targeted the abortionist, never the woman. To suggest that women be criminalized for having an abortion is rather ludicrous. U.S. law gives the abortionist the final say about whether the abortion will happen or not and additionally gives him the right to profit from it. The act of abortion itself is exploitive of the woman even as it kills the child.

Read the rest at NRO.

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