Ques­tions for the pro-abor­tion Clin­ton

Baltimore Sun - - FROM PAGE ONE - Karen D’Agostino, Bal­ti­more John Holter, Bal­ti­more, Mary­land

Hil­lary Clin­ton has said that she wel­comed ques­tions from those who were not sure whom to vote for. Here are mine:

Many have stated that Planned Par­ent­hood is im­por­tant be­cause it pro­vides needed med­i­cal ser­vices for women un­able to get them oth­er­wise. Un­der Oba­macare, ev­ery­one is sup­posed to be able to ac­cess med­i­cal care. Ex­cept for abor­tions, Planned Par­ent­hood does not pro­vide any care that a woman could not get from a pri­mary care provider. What is Panned Par­ent­hood’s role un­der Oba­macare? Do you agree with Planned Par­ent­hood that we should not hold abor­tion mills to high med­i­cal stan­dards for the safety of the mothers?

You have stated that you be­lieve that it is very im­por­tant for woman to have re­pro­duc­tive choice. Why do you not speak out about women in China who have had forced abor­tions and forced ster­il­iza­tions?

Fi­nally, I am very con­cerned about the vi­sion of Amer­ica you are pre­sent­ing to girls and younger women. I can­not think of a bleaker vi­sion of Amer­ica’s fu­ture then the one posed by Ms. Clin­ton who tells Amer­i­can women that our coun­try is so dis­or­dered that it is nec­es­sary for woman to kill their own un­born chil­dren in or­der to suc­ceed.

I be­lieve Amer­ica is much bet­ter than that. I be­lieve that women can make their own choices for the good of them­selves, their chil­dren — born and not yet born — and the na­tion. crea­ture do any­thing that has not been tried by skilled politi­cians?

It is a sad mo­ment for me, a se­nior Amer­i­can, to feel the pro­found big­otry and bias ex­pressed by my gen­er­a­tion. We in­vented the TV and the com­puter. What hap­pened to our com­mon sense and re­spect for our neigh­bors?

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