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South Dakota lawmakers: abortion can lead to suicide

Maxine G Wrote: Jul 27, 2012 9:39 AM
Whenever one wants to justify violence against any individual and/or a group of individuals, they invariably seek to dehumanize them (usually in the most callous, vicious, and vile and degrading language available)! Take for example, the justification of slave-dealers and their supporters, who convinced themselves (in order to justify themselves) that blacks were property and were not actually human at all. And so, no one else has the right to tell them what they can or cannot do with their own property. So ... if your 'religious' belief is that a 'slave' [one of the nicer terms used] is a person, then don't own one: That is your choice! Just don't shove your morality down my throat!
South Dakota is doing everything it can to let downtrodden pregnant women know there are better, healthier options than abortion.

In March 2011, South Dakota’s Gov. Dennis Daugaard signed the Abortion Informed Consent Statute into law. Although the constitutionality of the law was immediately challenged, and Planned Parenthood recoiled at the thought of mothers being informed of all the dangers abortion poses for them (in addition to the child), the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that all major provisions of the law can stand.

Generally speaking, this means that women seeking an abortion in South...