Is it righteous or wicked for news media to report exceptional circumstances to choices made about abortion laws?
The Chicago Tribune article titled, ‘Just Seems Cruel’ Great Divide revealed over 800 miles, reports a mother and fathers’ circumstances of choosing to abort a high-risk birth circumstance and the heartbreaking details of even though the parents who wanted the child badly.
An earlier article titled, The cynical ‘logic’ of anti-abortion laws that excuse women who get abortions reported a columnists views that any “ doctors who perform abortions are subject to the same Class A felony prison terms as murderers, rapists and kidnappers.”
The Purpose of This Post
Is to comment and suggest that news media has a right and duty to report exceptions to the rule about the abortion killing of 50 million babies since the Roe and Wade decision.
Also, to make a suggestion how 85 percent of abortion killings could have easily been avoided and reduced.
Also, to bring up circumstances in every lifetime everyone may experience wisdom relating to common sense exceptions to every rule.
Also, to relate how unwanted pregnancies have been addressed by humans as far back as 3000 years ago.
He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also set eternity in the hearts of men, yet they cannot fathom the work God has done from beginning to end. (Ecclesiastes 3:11)
As you do not know the path of the wind, or how the body is formed in a mother’s womb, so you cannot understand the work of God, the Maker of all things. (Ecclesiastes 11:5)
What’s my Point?
Definition of the exception rather than the rule (Merriam Webster)
: not common or usual:not often done, seen, or happening:rare
Note the word “rare” in comparison to the 50 million “on demand” abortion killings that have occurred since 1973 law in the USA. My point is that when passing laws, there is always going to be exceptions since the proverb states no one will ever be capable to understand the work of God.
Laws are supposed to protect the innocent. In a previous post I explained the medical technology to detect a heartbeat was in its infancy when Roe vs. Wade decided a woman has a Right to her privacy of her body.
The new 6-week laws are basically updating the law to medically prove when there is a heartbeat, there is life.
In other words, it is time to update and amended Roe vs. Wade Supreme Court Ruling same as Slavery was amended.
In My Opinion
When the Supreme Court amends the law, they should include common sense decisions how to address “rare” exceptions.
While there are religious views points about abortion killings, there are secular and medical viewpoints which whether righteous or wicked human actions will be judged by God.
As for one common sense way to immediately reduce 50 million more to 42.5 million, I suggest that since CDC statistics indicate that only 15 percent of married couples decide to abort their babies, that no abortion killing be considered if the parents are not married.
Before you dismiss this suggestion and end reading this post, consider this fact.
It takes two opposite sex humans to conceive a baby. Marriage is a commitment of responsibility oath taken by both partners who marry.
In a previous post I explained my opinion to make men pay when they play instead of taxpayers
In earlier times there was another legal alternative known as a shotgun wedding when the father of the girl had the right to threaten the boy who caused his daughter’s pregnancy.
In another earlier post I explained the simplest form of wise sex education.
Read the articles in the Source Links below and previous posts.
Wise or foolish facts and/or common-sense opinions and suggestions how to address the next 50 million abortion killings in the USA?
Should exceptions be “rare” instead of 50 million?
Should the need for Rights include the killing an innocent baby in a womb be a necessary law or an exception to the law?
Is it cynical or cruel to have a law to allow innocent victims of abortion killings on demand?
Regards and good will blogging.,
Chicago Tribune Articles
Wisdom and Order
CDC Abortion Facts