Explain, “It’s My Body.”

January 10, 2010

Someone please explain this if you could.

Murdered On Arrival

When fetuses die from abortions because their ongoing life is inconvenient for their parents….I understand what gives the woman the right to say, “It’s my life”…that I don’t want to wreck. But the “It’s my body” claim”, I absolutely do not get.

Because it’s not the woman’s body that dies by lethal injection or whatever other grotesque means. Yes, it’s her body that no longer has to house the infant for however many more months, but her body gets to go on living, the child’s dos not.

So how does, “It’s my body” make sense? Since it’s not your body that you’re choosing to have die?

Know what I mean?