What are Obama and McCain's thoughts on abortion?
Actually, BOTH candidates support a woman's right to choose. Just in different situations.
The position that McCain is anti-abortion is incorrect. McCain does support abortion in cases where there is rape, incest or the mother's life is at risk.
Both candidates support a woman's right to choose.
If a woman is pregnant due to rape, she can choose to have an abortion. Both McCain and Obama support her right to choose.
If a woman is pregnant due to rape by her father or brother, she can choose to have an abortion. Both McCain and Obama support her right to choose.
If a woman is pregnant and the pregnancy is placing her life at risk, she can choose to have an abortion. Both McCain and Obama support her right to choose.
McCain supports a woman's right to choose under certain circumstances.
Obama supports a woman's right to choose.
Okay so some people believe that a baby isn't alive until it is born. Well my question is where the crap did they get that idea. It was the womens choice to have sex without protection she made a choice and that was her right to make that choice but what about the babies right huh what about all the people who can't have kids but would love to? I agree that it is alright to get abortion if the women's life is in danger or if she was raped but I do not agree in any way that a women can get abortion just because she doesn't want to have the kid or because she doesn't think she has the financial means to support it. If that were the case then she should have used protection.
I looked it up... it says McCain is against abortion rights.. pro-life, and Obama supports abortion rights... pro-choice. http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/109060.php
not sure if the website is right though.
BUT something to add to utopia, is that McCain's runningmate, Sarah Palin, does NOT approve of abortion or the woman's right to choose in ANY instance, including rape.
True, Palin is a 13th century woman living in the 21st century.
Believes in witches but doesn't believe in a woman's right to choose.