Women’s Right to Choose is Extreme?

As a man I believe women has the right to choose a president whom they feel would have their best health interest at heart. It’s a women’s right to choose between John McCain and Barack Obama.

The differences of opinion surrounding the issue of access to safe and legal abortion, and a woman’s right to choose to have one is the cause of many debates. During the final Presidential Debate in Hempstead, NY John McCain featured a historical moment in that debate that I believe will haunt him for years to come.

Never have I seen a Presidential Candidate discuss the matter of a woman’s health with “AIR QUOTES”. Amazingly that’s exactly what John McCain did, sneeringly, as he attempted to portray support for a mother’s health as an extreme position.

Can anyone remember when John McCain was leading the charge to reform the Republican platform to include exceptions for the life and health of the mother to their anti-abortion position?

How do you declared your own position extreme now?

To call a woman that chooses her own life over the potential future life of a fetus “extreme” is a pretty significant and rather repulsive and an unbelievably shocking charge to make. That’s what John McCain suggested.

I wonder what Cindy McCain thinks about that? I wonder what your first wife, Carol McCain thinks about that? I wonder what Sarah Palin thinks about that?

Doesn’t this show that you don’t give a damn about women’s health when you described protecting “the health of the woman” as extreme?

If you frankly don’t give a damn about women perhaps you don’t understand women’s health matters. Perhaps you don’t trust women to decide what is in the best interest of their own health. Perhaps you still think women should be barefoot, pregnant and in the kitchen. I know you have a history of being a playboy years ago, but perhaps you look all of those women as nothing but a _________ there for your enjoyment. Perhaps you don’t appreciate women.

Women are not objects to be used, abused and disregarded. Every woman is not a hockey mom. Every woman is not clueless of the issues. Every woman is not Sarah Palin. Women are not stupid. In fact many are very intelligent, but never give any credit or appreciation for the strength they show every single day. To suggest that women concerned about her life is an extreme position is appalling.

Barack Obama, on the other hand, stood up for women’s health clearly and compassionately.

In this election women have a clear choice and they have the right to choose whom they please. As a man I can not understand how you have the unmitigated gaul to say such a statement. Would you say this if it was a woman speaking about men’s health on some other issue?

The choice is yours, you can get with Barack Obama or you can get with THAT ONE.

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