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Name:   Talullahhound The author of this post is registered as a member - Email Member
Subject:   Not that simple
Date:   12/26/2017 11:43:30 AM

I understand what you are saying.  But does that put us on the slippery slope of Pharmacists that can refuse to fill prescriptions for birth control pills, becasue they are Catholic and don't believe in birth control, or fill prescriptions for anti-depressants because they don't believe in them?  And if there a difference if they run a privately owned drug store or work for one of the big chains.  

Now, I can perfectly understand when it involves partial birth abortions, unless the woman's health is at risk or unrepairable birth defects are found during the pregnancy.  it would seem to me in a reasonable society, if a medical professional does not wish to participate in a procedure, on religious grounds, they should not be forced to do so.  Many private Drs did not perform abortions even though it was legal, simply becasue they either did not agree with them, or that they feared repercussions with anti-abortion groups.  Some legitmately feared for their lives. To me, there is a big difference between abortion up to 12 weeks that mrerely involves a D&C, vice the partial birth abortion that is done from 13 weeks on.  And maybe that is what needs to be rethought.  

I don't know that Planned Parenthood should be federally funded.  I do know that they provide health care services for woman with no medical insurance and who can't afford a regular doctor.  Abortion is really only a small part of their business, although it is the most talked about and debated.  

Perhaps it is time to revisit the question, since there are now many more options for birth control, and even a morning after pill.  There is the French abortion drug that is not currently legal in their country, that induces abortion without medical supervision - a woman buys the pill, takes it and it induces a spontaneous abortion. I don't know, but I suspect there is a limitation to it, since it could become a medical emergency.  


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Other messages in this thread:View Entire Thread
Ohio Abortion Law - lakngulf - 12/25/2017 4:54:20 PM
     Ohio Abortion Law - Talullahhound - 12/25/2017 7:32:30 PM
          Ohio Abortion Law - Moldyoldy - 12/25/2017 11:48:58 PM
          Not that simple - Rich - 12/26/2017 4:45:52 AM
               Not that simple - Talullahhound - 12/26/2017 11:43:30 AM
          Ohio Abortion Law - lakngulf - 12/26/2017 7:50:18 AM
               Ohio Abortion Law - Talullahhound - 12/26/2017 11:25:53 AM
                    Ohio Abortion Law - Rich - 12/26/2017 4:50:28 PM
                         Ohio Abortion Law - Talullahhound - 12/26/2017 9:18:53 PM

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