The Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade, which is the constitutional right for a woman to have an abortion. The christian, religious right has been fighting for this since 1973. The question is, should the U.S. government be able to tell a woman what she can do with her body? This decision will have an enormous impact on the lives of American women, especially poor American women. 20% of children in America are food insecure, and this number will skyrocket in the next 5 years. Please watch this short video and share your opinion on this important subject, even if you’re not an American. I look forward to a respectable, robust debate.

Steve Siebold
Author and Professional Speaker since 1997. Past Chairman of the National Speakers Association's Million Dollar Speakers Group. Author of 11 books with 1.4 million copies in print.

6 thoughts on “Overturning Roe v. Wade: Right or Wrong?”

  1. It is NOT her body. Any critical thinker knows a separate heartbeat and different DNA makes it a unique human living in her body. Besides it is a pathetic excuse to murder–by torturing it with limb by limb dismemberment. The fake narrative that it has anything to do with “health care” is a pathetic evil lie. The worst part is we now know the baby parts are sold like used car parts–did you know a whole baby brain of a baby murdered at 9 months is worth 22k??

  2. Abortion is a evil plague–65 million humans robbed of life. Really simple–the whole narrative is a pathetic lie. It is NOT their body–it is a separate human being. It has it’s own heart that is beating and it has unique DNA. Any critical thinker can discern from those facts that it is NOT her body.

  3. Abortion is not mentioned in the constitution, therefore any ruling by scotus on abortion is outside of their jurisdiction.

    This ruling now allows the people to choose via state legislature and state elections.

    Some people it would appear, prefer to be ruled by fed law and mob rule, instead of being able to have their say.

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