Any country that accepts abortion is not teaching its people to love but to use violence to get what they want.— Mother Teresa
Whopping Pro Choice Abortion quotations
When we consider that women are treated as property it is degrading to women that we should treat our children as property to be disposed of as we see fit.
We really need to get over this love affair with the fetus and start worrying about children.
No woman wants an abortion as she wants an ice cream cone or a Porsche.
She wants an abortion as an animal caught in a trap wants to gnaw off its own leg.
I am a feminist and I am totally pro-choice, but what's funny is when you say that people assume that you are pro-abortion. I don't love abortion but I want women to be able to choose and I don't want white dudes in an office being able to make laws on things like this. I mean what are we going to do - go back to clothes hangers?
I am a Catholic. I can't say that without pointing out that I oppose abortion with all my heart and soul. Bill Clinton wanted them safe and rare. Barack Obama is heartsick that so many people he knows have had abortions. But we're all pro-choice and believe in reproductive freedom and oppose the Republicans' War on Women.
Love means to be willing to give until it hurts.
How do we persuade a woman not to have an abortion? As always, we must persuade her with LOVE, and we remind ourselves that love means to be willing to give until it hurts.
I have met thousands and thousands of pro-choice men and women.
I have never met anyone who is pro-abortion.
How come when it’s us, it’s an abortion, and when it’s a chicken, it’s an omelette?
I have met thousands and thousands of pro-choice men and women.
I have never met anyone who is pro-abortion. Being pro-choice is not being pro-abortion. Being pro-choice is trusting the individual to make the right decision for herself and her family, and not entrusting that decision to anyone wearing the authority of government in any regard.
It represents a place women go and are left confused because they do not hear the truth about abortion and their choices. They are in a sense abused by the medical procedures that are performed without quality medical instructions/information. It's a tragic place.
This is not about abortion or the antics.
This is about pro choice versus anti-choice and government intervention in a woman's personal decisions about her life.
Isn't it interesting that all of those people who support the choice of abortion have already been born?
One method of destroying a concept is by diluting its meaning.
Observe that by ascribing rights to the unborn, i.e., the nonliving, the anti-abortionists obliterate the rights of the living.
If you can't trust me with a choice, how can you trust me with a child?
Earlier feminists were almost universally pro-choice and have dominated political debate until now. Having access to abortion was viewed as the only way women could have full equality with men, who, until recently, couldn't get pregnant.
[I]t is more than slightly ironic that Democrats, the fiercely pro-choice party, reserve free choice for aborting a fetus, while denying it for such matters as choosing your child's school or joining a union.
What about the rest of life? Respect for the sanctity of life, if you believe that it begins at conception, cannot end at birth.
Nature herself is a mass murderer, making casual, cruel experiments and condemning 10,000 to die so that one more fit will live and thrive.
I'm very much a humanist. I'm very much pro-choice. I'm very much politically correct.
A pro-choice advocate sees abortion as a decision to be made in accordance with the best scientific opinion as to when the beginning of life, as we know it, occurs.
I believe most Americans are pro-choice and anti-abortion.
Pro-choice supporters are often heard using the cool language of the courts and the vocabulary of rights. Americans who are deeply ambivalent about abortion often miss the sound of caring.
All I'm asking for is the law that's been on the books for the last 33 years, no public funding for abortion. We are both saying the same thing, pro-life, pro-choice. Let's find the language that works for both of us so we can pass health care.
We're always going to argue about abortion.
It's a hard choice and it's controversial, and that's why I'm pro-choice, because I want people to make their own choices.
For most of his life, Donald Trump has described himself as very pro- choice and as a supporter of partial birth abortion. Right now today as a candidate, he supports federal tax payer funding for Planned Parenthood. I disagree with him on that.
We also need to make sure women can be in charge of their reproductive health.
We can't defund places like Planned Parenthood, where women can go for all kinds of healthcare services. While reproductive rights span much further than the pro-life/pro-choice debate, Donald Trump has actually said he wants to "punish" women for having abortions. And Mike Pence is quite possibly the most anti-choice vice presidential candidate in history.
And you can claim whatever you want to of being pro-life or pro- choice, but the right to a abortion is not in the Constitution. The court created it. It created a constitutional right. And these decisions removed a fully appropriate political judgment from the people of the several states and has led to many adverse consequences.
You have to understand that Republicans are on lockstep on one issue.
They will not raise taxes. Democrats are in lockstep on another issue, pro-choice in all cases on abortion.
Whether it is gun control lobby, health care lobby, or abortion, pro-choice lobby, whatever it is, people are always trying to say that it is about restricting rights and they are never really prepared to talk about what the honest tradeoffs are. One of the things we need to do a better job of is actually painting those tradeoffs.
Too many people in America believe that if you are pro-choice that means pro-abortion. It doesn't. I don't want abortion. Abortion should be the rarest thing in the world. I am actually personally opposed to abortion. But I don't believe that I have a right to take what is an article of faith to me and legislate it to other people. That's not how it works in America.
Here's why I cannot vote for Rudy Giuliani.
He's pro-abortion. He's never repudiated gay marriage in New York City or at least the civil unions in New York City. He's called a champion of gay rights. Rudy is opposed to school choice. He's in favor of open borders.
I wont use abortion as a litmus test with a pro-choice individual.
Someone that is an activist on the abortion issue, I think, goes outside the pale, and I cannot support an activist on the abortion issue.