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Re: “South Dakota drops justifiable homicide bill



For Native women abortion was not an issue to be played out in the political arena, it was a personal decision for women to make and her decision was not questioned, it was respected. This concept of strangers having control over our personal decision-making is oppressive.

This is about doing what is right for a just society, South Dakota Legislators need to focus on improving the health and welfare of it’s citizens, finding ways to eradicate violence, not ways to support it by passing laws to justify it.

This is no surprise, the South Dakota Legislation has for many years been trying to out law a women’s right to access abortion, that action is driven by the “Right Wing”, usually funded by out side pools of resources. Even when the people of South Dakota voted down an abortion ban at the polls in 2006 & in 2008 the legislators continue to go against the people and continue to try to out law a women’s right to abortion. Legislators when are you going to support the people that put you into office, if the majority vote down a ban on abortion then why do you continue to work against the people’s wishes? “Right Wing” organizations that have millions can be very persuasive.

This bill promotes violence and does nothing to improve the quality of life for anyone in the State of South Dakota. Any bill that would make it easy / provide impunity to commit justifiable homicide is based on “power and control” which is one of the basic principals of “violence against women”. Think about it people, who is behind this movement to control women and take away our right to make our own decisions!

This bill if not a bill that has the best interest of women in mind, it is a bill to control us and take away our right to decide on the size of our family or if we even want a family. It makes women a baby machine and is very similar to what Hitler did during WWII when he made women have babies against their will; it was for the Third Reich, not to support family, women or a just society.

Posted by Charon Asetoyer on 02/17/2011 at 1:41 PM

 

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