I’m pro-choice because the idea of one size fits all medical care for women absolutely infuriates me. It’s not always as simple as “just have the baby” because some women may die if their pregnancy is not terminated. And if those women have other children, a choice of a baby brother or sister vs. a mother–because a pregnancy can be a do or die situation–shouldn’t be the decision of a lawmaker who far too often is male and just plain doesn’t “get it”. So I’m pro-choice. Always have been. Likely always will be.
[Submitted by Nancy McCammon-Hansen from Fort Wayne IN]