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Being pro-life isn't just constitutional; it's logical

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Some have a hard time understanding pro-life women, imagining that such a stance limits a woman's freedom and is illogical as a conservative position. Allie Stuckey outlined the pro-life stance in detail, defending its constitutionality as well as its logic.

"The preservation of life is paramount to who we are as a society," Allie began. Many who consider themselves "pro-choice" do not believe anyone should have the authority to tell them what to do with their unborn child. Who, then, has the authority to decide who lives and dies, and by what criteria are those decisions made?

She also wondered at what point abortion advocates consider a child a separate human body. As a one-celled zygote, a child has unique DNA. At five weeks the heart beats, and at 12 weeks they can perceive pain signals.

Additionally, pro-lifers are not advocates of Big Government encroaching on peoples' lives; they are constitutionalists. She pointed to the 14th amendment, which guarantees that no "state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws."

Our rights end where someone else's begin, leading Allie to ask the ultimate question:

"Do you believe that it is okay to kill a child or not?"

To see more from Allie, visit her channel on TheBlaze.

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