Republican View On Abortion Essay

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Abortion became legal in America in 1973 due to a Supreme Court case Roe vs Wade and has continued to be a popular issue (“Roe v. Wade”). Abortion is a topic that many people have different views on and feel strongly about. It’s also a very heated topic within the government parties, with the disagreement of each one’s views. Democrats believe that women have the right to decide what they want to do with their body. They also believe that a fetus is not a human life, therefore, they have no individual rights. Lastly, they strongly believe that the government should provide taxpayer funded abortions for women who cannot afford them ("Conservative vs. Liberal Beliefs"). On the other hand, Republican views on abortion are opposite of the Democratic view. They believe that the human life begins at conception; disagreeing with the Democratic belief that a fetus is not a human life. Republicans biggest belief is that abortion is murder ("Conservative vs. Liberal Beliefs"). Everybody hears about their party not agreeing with some of the views their party believes in, but not many people have heard about an elected official not agreeing and …show more content…

“I strongly believe that no federal dollars should ever go to abortion, except in the case of rape, incest and life of the mother. That is why I was proud to introduce the ‘Title X Transparency and Verification Act,’” Manchin said, showing why he voted to maintain the Title X funding. “...which would put audits online for all recipients of Title X funding, so any American can verify for themselves that no federal funds are being used illegally for abortion.” (“Manchin Statement”), he then later explained about the Title X Transparency and Verification

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