"Resist, we much. Weï»¿ must, and we much. About that, be committed."
"....hysteria aside, D&Cs would never have been effected by this amendment". Really? Can you guarantee that? Ill-judged and poorly written legislation can have unintended consequences. Seems to me that Foxx's bill was flawed from the get-go. IF funding was cut for all procedures which might be used for more purposes than abortion alone....well, too damn bad for women. I don't think it's "hysteria" to point out the possibility. BTW, do you know the roots of the word "hysteria" or how sexist the word is? I'll give you a hint--a hysterectomy was once considered a cure for hysteria. http://www.abcarticledirectory.com/Article/The-Sad-Story-Of-The-Hysterical-Uterus/82642Conservatives have shown an arrant disregard for us as a gender and our right to self-determination. If this most recent bill isn't proof positive, I don't know what is.