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To those who aren't demagogues, absolutists, and Talibaneque in their quest for 100% purity (Trumpers - pretending to be Liberals)...

...."Mildly pro choice" to ME....means.

*Not fighting the wars that You People on both sides fight over this*

It means to me....

*Hoping that EVERYthing has been done to prevent unwanted pregnancies.

Sex Education.
Personal finance education.
Cultural messages.
Properly funding, and managing adoption programs instead of shouting 'pro life' and then not wanting to fund 'big government' help for adoption services.
A better national effort to help those who want to adopt.
An END to any hesitation where it comes to same-sex adoption rights. If a true loving couple, with the ability and desire to love a child wants to adopt - damn anyone who wishes to whine about it. I'd like to use a different word but this forum doesn't allow such a term. the end...... we humans, are humans. We only think we're all that but in reality, we're animals, just better spoken.

A woman should have full access to private, healthy abortions.

But abortions shouldn't be birth control just because.

That's what I mean by "mildly pro choice". I don't celebrate terminating a beating heart.

I've answered the question (as I always do, unlike some), but I won't say more about it. This is one where your Tribes are fun to watch at war. And hey, both sides raise money off it so that's good I guess.

I now return you to regularly scheduled bumper stickers, and absolutist 100% purity demands.

Whose in charge this week? Falwell or Al Sadr?
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