I am conservative because I care about people. I care about the middle class that have been forced into poverty by B. Hussein Obama. The hard working fathers or mothers that have been trying to find a job, but can't because of the over regulation, energy policies, fear of new tax burdens from the current president. I care about people that are too disabled or to young to care for themselves. Like babies. More specifically babies that haven't been born yet.
A classmate of mine posted this on facebook and I think it is hilarious:
"This isn't a rant, I'm truly asking those in favor of abortion (or against, anyone, really) where this line is. If a father wants a child but the mother doesn't, she gets the say? If the father doesn't, but the mother does, now all of a sudden he owes child support? I don't see it. Am I misunderstanding all of how these laws work?"
Kind of funny, right? Most people know that abortion is wrong. There is no way around that. That's why even people that say they are pro abortion always say afterwards, "but I would never have one!" Really? So it's okay for someone else to have one, but you would never have one...because you're better than that? You often see crazy Christian protesters with signs "Abortion is murder." But when you think about it, they are right. You are stopping a beating heart. You are killing a helpless, defenseless being. That's why Cristina Yang felt like crap after she had her abortion on Grey's Anatomy. Why do all the commercials say "women want to have control over their own body." I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but medically if someone has their own heart, it's not your body. It's your child's body. If you want to "have control over your body" by having unprotected sex out of wedlock, then you can bear the consequences. That's why Mitt's stance on abortion is the correct one: abortion is wrong except in cases of rape, incest, or risk of mother.