To The Daily Sun,
In response to Mr. Alan Vervaeke's letter in The Laconia Daily Sun (September 2): The facts on Hillary Clinton's alliance with Planned Parenthood are clear; she has been endorsed by that group and praises it. In 2003, then Senator Clinton opposed a bi-partisan measure to ban the gruesome late-term partial-birth abortion procedure. She defended the legality of partial-birth abortions and condemned the Republican leadership for bringing up a bill to ban them. She says that "unborn babies have no constitutional rights to life." The Americans with Disabilities Act says that we treat all children as equals. So by her own words, she has contradicted herself. When she says, "unborn babies" she acknowledges that there IS a baby. The Disability Act should protect them, though it doesn't. And she says the infant has no rights.
New Hampshire is a state that allows abortions right up to 40 weeks of a woman's pregnancy.
Mr. Vervaeke, yes, the law allows for choice, and my focus is that women should choose life. This pro-life feeling isn't just for women. Every pregnancy has a father involved. Pro-life isn't just for certain religions either, as Buddhists, agnostics, protestants, atheists and all sorts of other groups have members that are pro-life. And Mr. Vervaeke, a baby isn't a worm or a bug or a mass of tissue. It is a baby, a human.
I urge you to choose life. Life is precious.
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