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A. I am not a Republican, law maker or otherwise.
B. I am not pro-choice, and I was happy to see Roe overturned and the issue returned to the States where it belonged. BTW, in Kansas where I presently reside, voters decided they wanted no restrictions on a women's ability to abort her child. That's the approach I support as it honors individual freedom as opposed to State imposed mandates. It leaves the choice up to voters, so in that sense I suppose I am pro-choice after all.
Then you don't support the freedom of a woman's right to her own body. You do not support individual rights because a fetus has to be born to be an American citizen. It is in the constitution. You are not what you claim to be.
The abortion issue is what will sink the Republicans in future elections because women can vote.
Not all women feel it's their right to kill their child before, during or after it's birth.
>>The abortion issue is what will sink the Republicans in future elections because women can vote.<< (emphasis mine).
I knew that 19th amendment thing was gonna cause trouble. >B^P