Do "pro-choice" people really support this?

#41
Post 36 lays out my position on abortion, but even if I were into murdering babies to make women feel empowered, I'd want those women to know what the potential physical and psychological remifications might be of such a decision. The "woman's right to choose" angle is just (really good) marketing for a for-profit industry that rakes in $831 million each year (not including the sale of baby parts). But it doesn't matter what I say, because I am, of my own admission, "Pro-life" and therefore anything I will most likely be ignored as "propaganda" by those wishing to deal with an wanted pregnancy and certainly by those wanting to make money from them.
 
#42
Post 36 lays out my position on abortion, but even if I were into murdering babies to make women feel empowered, I'd want those women to know what the potential physical and psychological remifications might be of such a decision. The "woman's right to choose" angle is just (really good) marketing for a for-profit industry that rakes in $831 million each year (not including the sale of baby parts). But it doesn't matter what I say, because I am, of my own admission, "Pro-life" and therefore anything I will most likely be ignored as "propaganda" by those wishing to deal with an wanted pregnancy and certainly touted as such by those wanting to make money from them.
 
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