Great responses, I don't agree but at least well thought out opinions.
So I guess we just disagree.
So you don't want the government to touch your guns , I am with you to a point, but how do we stop the
k job from
mass shooting incidents?
But you do want the government to control your body. Ending Roe v Wade won't end abortion in will just have them being
The majority of the nut jobs who do these shootings, bombings, stabbings, whatever, give lots of notice to people in positions to do something about them before they go Postal. Focus on those areas and they should be able to prevent the majority of them.
I'm not talking about Sally complaining about Mike; I'm talking about the police, FBI, school principals, and mental health professionals who came in contact with these nut jobs and either didn't do anything or couldn't due to policy or law.
After the movie "One flew over the cuckoo's nest" came out; the bleeding heart's demanded asylums be shut down all over the country and they got their way. Now we have these people roaming around killing in one way or another. Some are serial killers. If you really want to blame someone for this problem; blame those who pushed to shut down the mental health hospitals that used to take care of them.
Abortion is a real touchy subject because lots of people have such passionate feelings about it on both sides. I can see both sides and would like to see some kind of compromise but both sides are dug in as deep as they can get and neither plans on budging.
If someone were to ask my personal opinion I'd say a decent compromise for those who must get an abortion and for those who say it's a person at conception would be to agree on a point in the pregnancy that science has proven (to the best of its ability at this time) when that fetus actually does become a human being with the ability to feel pain. I've heard that's at 20 weeks (5 months) but a fair compromise would be 16 weeks (4 months). Any woman should know if they are pregnant long before that time of their pregnancy and be able to make a decision on whether to have that responsibility for the rest of their life. It's big decision. I think most women make that decision ahead of time but some are caught surprised I guess.
I want to see that male contraceptive proven to be safe for men and for any guy who doesn't want to be a father who will potentially pay child support for up to 26 years; they should use it. Until then there's always the Rubber Pony (Trojan Rubbers). I'd also like to see the sperm donor have some say in whether the woman has his child or not. I don't know how that would work but some say so would be appropriate I think. He too will have to know for the rest of his life he could have had a son or daughter if he votes to terminate.