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Argument: Opponents can object to abortions, but must tolerate the choice

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'''Senator John Kerry quotes (American Senator, b.1943)''' - "Too many people in America believe that if you are pro-choice that means pro-abortion. It doesn't. I don't want abortion. Abortion should be the rarest thing in the world. I am actually personally opposed to abortion. But I don't believe that I have a right to take what is an article of faith to me and legislate it to other people. That's not how it works in America."[http://thinkexist.com/quotations/abortion/] '''Senator John Kerry quotes (American Senator, b.1943)''' - "Too many people in America believe that if you are pro-choice that means pro-abortion. It doesn't. I don't want abortion. Abortion should be the rarest thing in the world. I am actually personally opposed to abortion. But I don't believe that I have a right to take what is an article of faith to me and legislate it to other people. That's not how it works in America."[http://thinkexist.com/quotations/abortion/]
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 +'''Sarah Weddington, the lawyer who argued Roe v. Wade, (April 23, 2002).''' - "People make up their own minds about abortion."[http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Abortion]

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Senator John Kerry quotes (American Senator, b.1943) - "Too many people in America believe that if you are pro-choice that means pro-abortion. It doesn't. I don't want abortion. Abortion should be the rarest thing in the world. I am actually personally opposed to abortion. But I don't believe that I have a right to take what is an article of faith to me and legislate it to other people. That's not how it works in America."[1]


Sarah Weddington, the lawyer who argued Roe v. Wade, (April 23, 2002). - "People make up their own minds about abortion."[2]

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