To The Daily Sun,
In reference to Mr. Vervaeke's letter to refute Mr. Mitchell's letter:
Mr. Vervaeke "you may not have a womb; but I trust you have "SPERM." Women's issues where Roe v Wade is concerned is with men also. You, as a man, have taken a back seat to reproduction. Is that what you want? Do you wish to negate your responsibilities of fatherhood.
I think the women's/feminist movement has emasculated you. The only way in which a woman gets pregnant is through the seed or sperm of a man. Do you agree?
When the old farts of feminism, who were well passed the age of childbearing and well educated, made a catastrophic blunder by eliminating men from the reproduction process, the esteem of women was deleted and it left the reproduction process to young and uneducated women; men became irrelevant and not responsible for planting the seed of fatherhood. Now, if a girl gets pregnant, have an abortion. This is not right, no matter how you look at it.
I want it known that I'm not a religious fanatic as you elicited in your letter to Mr. Mitchell, but a Christian.
Mr. Mitchell was correct, Mrs. Clinton, states that she is opposed to federal legislation stipulating a cut-off date for a "woman's right to choose." My wording would be "termination of life." I know you go on to Mrs. Clinton's feelings, emotions and thoughts on the subject, but LAW does not equate those perceptions.
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