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Where in the Constitution is a woman granted the right to an abortion? I fail to see it.

I guess liberals, "progressives," and the like have something in common with Bush (who isn't really a conservative to begin with)--the Constitution is nothing more than a piece of paper, either to be ignored or to be twisted and tortured so that it says something completely different.

I've actually been studying the Constitution. The Fifth Amendment declares that no one shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process.

(Note: I am neither a Republican nor a Democrat. But I am traditional-minded.)

How can anyone scream for human rights, yet deny the rights of the most vulnerable humans of all--those still in the womb? As the mother of an adorable little boy, it absolutely appalls me that any woman can make the choice to kill her own child! Do you know why it's such a hard choice to make? Because she's fighting not only her conscience but her maternal instinct!

And it's not about "choice," either. Everyone already has the God-given right to make choices. The real issue is, is the choice right or wrong? And like rape, theft, vandalism etc., abortion is a wrong choice.

It's funny how men are blamed for promoting death, war etc., yet feminists promote death through the senseless slaughter of innocent children.

Bottom line is, nowhere in the Constitution is a woman's right to murder her child granted or enumerated!

Alexandra Spears

Wooster, OH

Feb 16 2008 - 7:19pm