Wednesday, December 30, 2009

The Hand that Rocks the Cradle Is the Hand that Rules a Fetus’ Personhood

There is a tragic irony in a poem written by William Ross Wallace that praises motherhood while not recognizing the dark-side of mothers who choose to drink or use illicit drugs while they are pregnant.

And because of the pro-choice movement and court interpretations with regard to the right to privacy, this dark-side of a mother’s behavior is enabled.

What sense is there in a law or opinion that makes it legal for a mother to drink while pregnant, while we have created laws that protect the public from those who drink and drive?

The end results in both cases can be tragic.

Read more at Red County..

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