Goldie is the winner of two DEM-NPL tickets I gave away yesterday as part of a discussion centered around government’s role in abortion. Congrats to him.
Unlike my promised random.org means of selecting a winner, I chose Goldie by default. No offence, Goldie.
Samantha commented, but doesn’t live near enough to attend said dinner. Although I wouldn’t mind her company. And Grace didn’t leave a real email address, so I can’t award her either. Although I do appreciate her comments, especially as she argues the side not taken by Goldie and Samantha.
So the contest is over, but let’s continue the discussion. I’m sure you have more to say.
It seems no matter a person’s occupation, marital status, socioeconomic background, etc., he or she has a strong opinion when it comes to abortion. And with all the talk of debt ceilings, jobs bills and economic woes, perhaps with the ensuing presidential election, we should consider where we fall on the social continuum as well.
So read this story:
“A nationwide coalition of anti-abortion groups said Wednesday it is preparing to push legislation in all 50 states requiring that pregnant women see and hear the fetal heartbeat before having an abortion.”
and submit your opinion below. I’m interested in your thoughts.