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Abortion Quotes

We’ve collected the best Abortion Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Gro Harlem Brundtland, Ari Melber, Paula White, Kirsten Gillibrand, Julie Burchill. Use them as an inspiration.

Morality becomes hypocrisy if it means accepting motherssuffering or dying in connection with unwanted pregnancies and illegal abortions and unwanted children.
Tea Party sympathizers are more conservative on abortion policy than typical Republicans.
As the producers of ‘Unplanned’ learned, there is no article of faith so central to Hollywood as abortion.
Women in America must be trusted to make their own medical decisions and have access to the full range of reproductive health care, including abortion.
The freedom that women were supposed to have found in the Sixties largely boiled down to easy contraception and abortion; things to make life easier for men, in fact.
I do not believe abortion should be legal.
Safeguarding life at every stage is a solemn responsibility that Hoosiers have entrusted me to uphold, which is why I will be voting in support of Sen. Sasse’s Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act.
Abortion is a severely traumatic and potentially dangerous procedure.
When we anthropomorphize the egg and sperm, when we turn them into a miniature bride and groom complete with personalities, what effect does this have on abortion legislation?
Emily Martin
Abortion is wrong. I think everyone knows that, which is why abortion activists are so angry all the time. It’s a bit like when you catch someone out in a lie, and they get really mad at you really quickly, and you can’t work out why until later. It’s guilt.
I do not believe in abortion at will. I do not believe that if a woman just wants to have an abortion she should… I do believe if you have an abortion you are committing murder.
Women who give up their children for adoption are years and years later talking about how painful it was, much more than women who have abortions.
Too many people use abortion as a form of birth control. And that’s very wrong. I could never, ever have an abortion.
No woman has an abortion for fun.
Elizabeth Joan Smith
Abortion’s a private decision. But I just think it shouldn’t be federalized.
School prayer, abortion, and school busing are indeed controversial issues. I doubt that there ever will be complete agreement on the public-policy questions they raise.
Let’s face it: when it comes to denying access to abortion care and reproductive rights, especially for low-income women with limited resources, there’s no limit to how far some are willing to go.
As governor of New Mexico, I would have – I signed a bill banning late term abortion. I’ve always favored parental notification. I’ve always favored counseling. I’ve always favored the notion of no public funds used for abortion.
I wouldn’t be able to date someone who had conflicting ideas on abortion, no. Because it’s every woman’s right to do whatever they do.
The advocates of abortion on demand falsely assume two things: that women must suffer if the lives of unborn children are legally protected; and that women can only attain equality by having the legal option of destroying their innocent offspring in the womb.
My mother had an illegal abortion in 1960, which was the year the birth control pill came out, but I guess a little late for her, but – and I never knew. I found out when my father, after her death, got her FBI file.
My view is regardless of whether you think prohibiting abortion is good or whether you think prohibiting abortion is bad, regardless of how you come out on that, my only point is the Constitution does not say anything about it. It leaves it up to democratic choice.
The greatest destroyer of peace is abortion because if a mother can kill her own child, what is left for me to kill you and you to kill me? There is nothing between.
I think that for social conservatism to make sense as a political world view, it has to have a more capacious understanding of what kind of society it wants than just saying, ‘Leave us alone and let us pass laws against abortion.’
That said, I can’t emphasise enough – and I hope you print this – that I absolutely don’t judge anybody at all who has an abortion, nor do I think they are murderers, nor do I think they are baby killers.
We can adhere to the Henry Hyde amendment by saying that no federal funds will be used for abortions. And that’s the bottom line for me.
Henry Cuellar
A majority of Americans oppose partial-birth abortion, and Judge Hamilton‘s decision flies in the face of Congress passing and President Bush signing legislation banning such horrible acts of violence.
Marc Racicot
There will always be issues where an abortion is necessary.
If every woman who’s had an abortion took tomorrow off in protest, America would grind to a halt. And that would be symbolic: because women grind to a halt if they are not in control of their fertility.
President Donald Trump‘s decision to ban American aid to all organisations that in any way advocate women’s right to abortions is very unfortunate. All experience shows that this kind of decision does not reduce the number of abortions; rather, it forces girls and women to revert to life-threatening procedures.
Isabella Lovin
Planned Parenthood can’t hide their sickening abortion business behind a ‘safe, legal and rareslogan.
We need to say that women have sex, have abortions, are at peace with the decision, and move on with their lives. We need to say that is their right, and, moreover, it’s good for everyone that they have this right: The whole society benefits when motherhood is voluntary.
Planned Parenthood doesn’t care about women’s health care needs; it cares about abortion.
Ronald Reagan never did much to make abortion illegal. He did, however, deliver videotaped greetings, fulsome in praise for his hosts, to antiabortion rallies on the Mall.
I leave abortion to the woman. I just fundamentally end there. I absolutely support a woman’s right to choose.
How does a religious employer‘s decision not to offer health plans with abortion coverage dictate to anyone what to do with her own body?
Barack Obama and I have an honest disagreement on the issue of abortion.
Taxpayer-funded abortion, especially the devil‘s bargain with Planned Parenthood, must cease immediately. To be clear, that means I believe Planned Parenthood should receive no tax monies of any kind.
I am very much opposed to abortion personally. But I don’t think it is the government’s rule.
The abortion industry and their workers are under unique pressure and constantly in the spotlight because abortion is so controversial, and people on both sides are considerably passionate. This isn’t a typical nine-to-five job. It’s on a whole other level of intensity.
I have taken the position, which is quite common among Catholics – I have got a personal feeling about abortion, but the right rule for government is to let women make their own decisions.

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