John Kasich signs bill that would prevent most second-trimester abortions

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Ultrasound image of baby in mother's womb

(Worthy News) - Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich has signed a bill into law that would imprison doctors who perform an abortion method commonly used during the second trimester, but vetoed another bill that would have banned abortion after six weeks.

"I'm pro-life," Kasich said at the bill's signing Wednesday, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer. "I think the issue, whether you're pro-life or you're pro-choice, is moving in the direction of the earliest the better and not the latest."

The ban he signed into law would affect abortions 12 weeks into a pregnancy or later that use a method known as dilation and evacuation. Doctors perform these types of abortion by using surgery tools and suction to remove a fetus from the womb. [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More...) ]

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      There is one bright spot on this horizon though. It is that those belonging to Psychology (aka "Psychos") are already moving on out of the USA before it's Treasury (via Medicaid, Medicare, ObamaCare, and Social Security Disability and SSI payments) is finished being raped by them. The proof is in the very public transference from the USA as it's home-base to the UK via (first) their Prince Harry, then Prince William and his wife, the future Queen of England, Katherine (Kate). They are ramping up the integration of US style federal funding for all things Psychological. It goes hand in hand with the whole abortion industry moving on over "the pond" (the Atlantic) too. Don't see it yet? Have a look at the fact that Ireland, Catholic Ireland, just legalized abortion.

      Trump is trying to save the USA.

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      The USA should take careful look at what Iceland had to do just before the Recession took hold in the USA. It's economy (for serious reasons) tanked. So, they had to come up with a whole new Constitution before their very nation died. God forbid it comes to that in the USA but if it does...?

      And if abortion is outlawed? Those now alive in the USA, having been raised in the USA, don't even know what a "normal" society looks like, a normal amount of babies have been gone that long now. The reason Roe v Wade is soon to be overturned is not because finally, legal challenges are making sense. It's because the majority of the people populating the USA (and many of them Catholic illegals, voting) now hate it. That was not the atmosphere back in 1976.
      Abortion is not, will not, be eradicated because of any fear of the Lord, or want to return to their Maker, but because it seems now barbaric to even many of the teens we have living here.

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