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Even among experienced abortionists, enthusiasm has not been universal. Despite years of advocacy and a recent "massive educational program," only two-thirds of the National Abortion Federation's 360 "member facilities" were indicating to the Federation in September of 2000 that they would be offering the drug. (124) One year later, even after spending $2 million on a national ad campaign promoting the drug, the National Abortion Federation was reporting that only "about half" of its members - not the two-thirds originally projected, were offering it. (125) Even among those offering or planning to offer RU486, some still believe surgical abortions are better because they are quicker, less painful, and involve fewer office visits and are telling their patients so. (126)
*Chuckle* so, because I believe the baby deserves a chance, you call me anti-choice?
Whose choice are we really talking about here, and whose choices are truly being denied?
Is a parent who raises a child a slave?
They are a parent.
And attempts to denigrate that fall flat. Even folks who consider themselves moderately pro-abortion choice think equating pregnancy with slavery is quite ridiculous.
Again, I’d gently suggest you consider who is truly enslaved; is it the girl who is carrying the child to term (hint: no), or the person so addicted to pleasure that they will equate children with evil and money with good?