Abortion Is Not A Right!

The role of government is to protect life and individual liberty. The State has the right to take life and an obligation to preserve life. The rule of thumb on how the State exercises this power is if an individual is threatening the survival of the State or killing fellow citizens. The State recognizes the right of a citizen to kill if another citizen is threatening their life. It is not permitted for a person to kill because it makes one’s life difficult. Abortion Rights are not complicated. First, the survival of humanity is perpetrated by men and women engaging in sex and the women carrying and giving birth to the next generation. The State has every right to be involved in the survival of the State and society, which abortion does affect. If the age distribution is too distorted great harm will befall those alive, which affects The Peoples (society) ability to Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” A person is not society. If the State and society determine a fetus to be an integral part of the human race and society, it can tell women what they can not do regarding terminating a process vital to the survival of humanity. No one exists outside of Society or the State. For anyone to think otherwise is insanity!

Women’s Bodies Are Not Their Own!

Surprises? COViD-19 laws and regulations can force any e to wear masks no matter how uncomfortable or one does not want elevated CO2 in their blood. Governors, Mayors, judges, courts, Congress, and President Biden have made masks mandatory because this is what society demands. For the same reasons, an individual cannot refuse to take a vaccine to prevent COVID-19. The individual’s rights over their body can be suspended when society so demands. The above negates the argument that a women’s body is hers, and she can decide to have become pregnant, have an abortion, or not to have an abortion. The argument is rendered moot after citizens who do not wish to wear masks or receive vaccination because society expects to prioritize one’s individual rights to control their body. Society can force women to conceive and have a baby if doing so serves society. It is fascinating that the very organizations, politicians, and judges that took the position that no government can force women to have a baby once conceived have undermined that position by forcing masks to be worn and vaccinations given to those not wishing to yield control of their bodies to others.