What's the difference between ...

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Registered: 04-22-2005
What's the difference between ...
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Wed, 09-17-2008 - 10:18pm
being pro-life with exceptions and being pro-choice with limitations? Is there one?
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Registered: 04-22-2005
Thu, 09-18-2008 - 12:45pm
What would you consider "restrictions"? A gestational time limit? A limit on the number of abortions a single person can have?
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Registered: 04-15-2006
Thu, 09-18-2008 - 10:02am

being pro-life with exceptions and being pro-choice with limitations? Is there one?


I think the biggest issue is whether you would vote to restrict abortions or not.

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Registered: 12-18-2007
Thu, 09-18-2008 - 9:29am

I agree.

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Registered: 08-31-2004
Thu, 09-18-2008 - 8:46am

<being pro-life with exceptions and being pro-choice with limitations? Is there one?>


Well, yes.

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Registered: 04-22-2005
Thu, 09-18-2008 - 8:25am
That helps a lot - thank you.
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Registered: 04-19-2006
Thu, 09-18-2008 - 7:17am

I think there is. Being PC mean you think people should have the RIGHT to elective abortion and with limitations simply means that you are adding some responsibilities to that right.

Being PL means you don't view the ability to have elective abortions as a RIGHT all people should have but realize that not all abortions are elective and make some room for more extreme situations.


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Registered: 04-22-2005
Thu, 09-18-2008 - 12:18am

Thanks. I asked because sometimes it seems to me as though if you're in the middle, both sides say that you're a member of the other side. If you're not at least 90% with "us", then you are with "them".

I don't know where I stand on the issue except that I either want a whole lot of exceptions or a whole lot of limitations.

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Registered: 09-15-2008
Thu, 09-18-2008 - 12:16am

""being pro-life with exceptions and being pro-choice with limitations? Is there one?""


I would think that the former is *generally* against abortion, while the latter is, for the most part, in favor of accessible abortion.


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Registered: 11-29-2005
Wed, 09-17-2008 - 10:32pm

Good question.

 


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