Americans want less abortion, so why do they keep electing rabidly pro-abortion politicians?

Advances in science and prenatal care have helped push the pendulum of public opinion toward less strident support of abortion on demand and toward more respect for the lives of the unborn, particularly in the more advanced stages of pregnancy.  Many Americans were revulsed by the January 2019 passage of New York's Reproductive Health Act that legalizes abortions up to birth in many cases, as well as the celebratory cheers in the Albany state Senate and the lighting of bridges and structures that night in pink. Organizations like Planned Parenthood do not want women who are considering an abortion to view a sonogram, and many women who do go through with terminating their pregnancy suffer profound and sometimes traumatic regret.  In recent years there has been more attention focused on the racist, eugenics-based roots of Planned Parenthood through its founder, Margaret Sanger, who did not want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the negro...(Read Full Post)
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