Now that a pro-choice administration is about to move into the White House, it may be tempting to think that we no longer have to "worry" about women's reproductive rights. We must resist that temptation.
We did something truly amazing last night -- something I never thought I would see in my lifetime. As the states were being turned colors on the news networks maps, the red and the blue did begin to blend together.
John, when the world takes care of women, women take care of the world. The Bush Administration plays all kinds of games with women's access to reproductive health and family planning. You haven't shown me that you would be any better.
If Hillary Clinton takes on Sarah Palin, we are in for an all out culture war over abortion and other heated social issues. Instead, local leaders should ignore the media and assist their communities in finding common ground where they might at least have a chance to resolve their differences.
As a fellow parent I would hope that you would respect my belief that arrogant theocrats like you should stay the f**k out of our schools, and out of the private life of my child with your abstinence-only, Christianist voodoo.
As a society, we're willing to immunize cheats, liars, war criminals, and law breakers, but prosecute any physician who acknowledges a woman's constitutional right to seek remedy from an unwanted pregnancy.