Rep. Steny Hoyer sent me the following in an email asking for a yes or no answer.
"Do you support overturning Roe v. Wade and allowing states like Alabama to outlaw abortion even in cases of rape or incest?"
The email was aimed just to get a no vote for overturning Roe v. Wade for political positioning for the Democrats position that is failing. Some states are answering the following questions with new laws, good and bad.
Why don’t politicians try and understand their constituents positions on abortion, and not force their positions?
1) Ask if they support late term abortions?
2) Do they support abortions after a heartbeat is detected?
3) Do they want the government paying for them?
4) Do they support abortions in cases of rape or incest?
5) Do they think all abortions are immoral?
6) Do they want Roe vs Wade overturned?
My personal position and most of the people I talked to, most being in southern Maryland are this:
1) No with the exception being a risk to the woman.
2) No with the exception begin a risk to the woman.
5) No, but many do for religious reasons.
6) No, but maybe it should be kicked back to the states to decide.
I thought Roe v. Wade was about it being a crime, which I don’t think it should be. I don’t believe the government should be involved.
Jim Hill, Welcome