That’s right, volunteers like my husband and me, along with close relatives or clergy members willing to help a young woman during a personal crisis, could eventually become criminals.
You already are criminals. The law just hasn’t caught up with you yet.
Whatever version of this bill becomes law, the Anas of the world — the ones with parental consent — will still come to New York, and we will gladly put them up overnight. But I worry about those other girls, stranded without support, forced to become parents because they believe their own parents won’t come through for them. There’s nothing I can do to help them. Instead, under this law, they — and their children — will suffer.
I guess we’re deciding which suffering is worse: the suffering of childbirth or the suffering of murder. Quit playing the victim card, Lynn. Your moral compass is so far off, you’re heading South quickly.