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February 20th, 2010, 03:04 PM
Join Date: Oct 2006
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Pro-Life. Which, for me, does leave room for abortions when the life of the mother is in imminent danger.
ETA: I will say this. As pro-life as I am, I don't want the government anywhere NEAR my healthcare, and the decisions related to it, so I'm not sure I would be in favor of allowing them to control what qualifies as imminent danger, either.
That means you're pro-choice. For me, the deciding factor is what you vote on a ballot. From what you just said, I would guess that you would vote against the government placing any limitations on abortions because that would give the government power in deciding what's best for our reproductive health.
I'm pro-choice, but definitely pro-life for myself, and I'm the only person I feel comfortable making that decision for.
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