an After abortion: Who is Speaking?

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Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Who is Speaking?

[O]ne experience she had a young woman really reached her, when her best friend asked her to come with her when she had an abortion:
"I accompanied my best friend, because she was having an abortion, and I watched what that did to her. I watched how she was dealt with at that abortion clinic, the fact that she really wasn’t presented with any options…

"One of the things that struck me as so sad is, she was never really encouraged to even evaluate that choice. It was sad, because I think she would have been a less tortured woman later, had she thought carefully about the choice that [she was making]."

Her husband’s mother was encouraged to abort him, and learning this had a profound effect on Fiorina:
"When I met my husband, I learned that his mother had been told to abort him…she was a woman of great courage and faith, who, despite the advice of her doctors, she went ahead and brought her son into the world, and while she spent a year in the hospital following his birth, he was the joy of her life and he is the rock of mine. And I’ve thought a lot about how different my life would be if she had made a different choice."
For an analysis of why anyone would even consider Carly Fiorina for President, we delve into that on our sister blog, Abortion Pundit, in "What Do Bill Clinton and Carly Fiorina Have In Common?"

If you're in your 20s or 30s, especially if you take your politics seriously and believe you're really in the know, go check it out. You will learn a lot, I think.

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