The New York based Center for Reproductive Rights (CRR) will "live to fight another day", and perhaps, because of the CRR's recent legal loss, so will several tiny Floridians.
There's a saying here in Florida that the more south you go the more north you get. We have a large influx of New Yorkers. Some of them have run for office and won, so now we have New Yawkuhs representing "Bible belt" southerners, which is beyond me, but there you have it.
New York was "country when country was uncool". That is to say they were aborting children pre-1973, when it was not federally mandated for the country, i.e., when states that didn't want it weren't forced to have it anyway. The late abortion supporter Magda Denes' book, "In Necessity and Sorrow", chronicals these early and late term convenience abortions in a strikingly honest manner. If you can get a hold of a copy you must read it.
I think it's interesting that in long ago years the "South" was intent on disenfranchising a whole subset of people while the "North" was determined to save them. I marvel at the somewhat reversed roles.
Long ago the North was right, but now they are so very wrong and they are ever spreading their "compassionate" malevolence like a cancer to other parts of the country.
For years in Florida a child couldn't get her ears pierced without Mom and Dad's permission, but an abortionist could crack open her uterus and dig out her second (or even third) trimester baby while Mom and Dad were none the wiser. Florida parents voted to stop this insanity.
A message for the CRR from Florida parents of Florida children:
THIS IS NOT NEW YORK. (Yet.)
:: ashli 12:25 PM # ::