Abortion is a difficult and complex issue most often related to unwanted pregnancy. Sometimes it's a health issue. Circumstances differ, but I believe the last thing we need is legislators involved in the decision making process of someone having to to make a difficult decision like this. So, yes, I think it's appropriate for Ms. Butler to graphically point out that Mr. Goolsby has, by his votes, imposed his will on another in a way that is totally inappropriate. And, by the way, that mandate is also unfunded to assist those it controls.
What's next? Mr. Goolsby and his peers could decide that in order to buy a double cheeseburger and fries one has to be weighed, their body mass index calculated, and buy an annual permit. Obesity is reportedly a critical health issue in the US. The legislature needs to stick to it's knitting...roads, schools, tax reform, and governance for the welfare of the citizenry rather than imposing their often bigoted will in areas that are none of their business.
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