Georgia Leading the Fight for Personhood


THOMASVILLE — Georgia is a good place to live — especially for fetuses.

A recent poll suggested that 57 percent of likely Georgia voters want Roe v. Wade overturned. Roe v. Wade is the controversial 1973 Supreme Court ruling that established that most laws against abortion violated a constitutional right to privacy under the liberty clause of the Fourteenth Amendment, thus overturning all state and federal laws outlawing or restricting abortion that were inconsistent with the decision.

There have been more than 52 million legal abortions in the United States since Roe v. Wade became the law of the land.

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Filed under abortion, anti-abortion, conservative, Family, fetal development, georgia, Georgia Right to Life, Parenting, personhood, Pregnancy, pro-choice, Rape

4 responses to “Georgia Leading the Fight for Personhood

  1. Of course, Roe v Wade is settled law, so those Georgia geniuses must mean they want Congress to change the law. Taking away the rights of women, minorities and the disenfranchised is paramount to these people.

    • No, wordkitty, Roe v Wade was a Supreme Court decision and never law. Only Congress can make laws. And we are hoping that one day they will make a law, that abortions will be illegal. And if not illegal, at least prolife people won’t have to pay for them. In Georgia, we will eventually recognize the Sanctity of all Human Life including the future women who are aborted each year because their parents want a boy or just don’t want any child period. No woman, minority or disenfranchisee should have the right to kill their babies.

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