In Section III, I discuss Gonzales v. Carhart and argue that while the ruling itself is limited and much of the Casey standard remains intact, the decision reflects this diminishing sense of abortion as serving the woman’s interest in motherhood. The Court’s opinion reflected a view that abortion destroys motherhood, rather than the view that abortion enhances motherhood and enables women to mother their children in the best conditions possible, and in conditions closer to equality.
Stabbing half-born babies in the head enhances motherhood?
Did this woman STOP and THINK about what she's saying?
Yeah, well slavery served white men's interests, too. But there's a REASON why it was no longer accepted.