Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Prochoice Reasoning for the overturning of RvW

A fascinating article from Atlantic Monthly, reprinted on this blog. In it a pro-choicer relates how it would not be such a bad thing to have Roe v Wade overturned. He actually thinks in the long run it could hurt prolifers as much as prochoicers.

One of the more interesting quotes:

In short, Roe puts liberals in the position of defending a lousy opinion
that disenfranchised millions of conservatives on an issue about which they care
deeply while freeing those conservatives from any obligation to articulate a
responsible policy that might command majority support.


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