Monday, August 01, 2005

Overturning Roe won't matter much?

That is what this columnist says. She may be right.

But won't matter "much" might mean that only, say, there would be a million abortions instead of 1.3, 1.4 or 1.5 million per year. Not "much" difference. OK - but I would suggest that there not being an abortion clinic in Mississippi (and MS would ban them were Roe overturned) would mean that a thousand or more lives in this state alone would be saved (just, of course, a guesstimation). Access and proximity matter.

So, is that worth it? You bet it is.

Even so, let's look forward to the day when we can get a constitutional ban. Please, Lord Jesus.

1 Comments:

At 1:37 PM, Anonymous Joey Garrett said...

God praise the day it is overturned. At that, even if one life a day was saved due to it being overturned, we would be a better nation, and like you said the state of Ms would stop all together.

 

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