There are pro-abortion groups that advocate abortion at all costs, even at the expense of the mother. These groups promote abortion as a means of birth control and have developed a multi-million dollar industry out of this culture of death. This is simply unacceptable. And, partial birth abortion is nothing short of an abomination. I believe all future discussion on this issue should move us toward the elimination of abortion except in the most extraordinary of circumstances. Current law is poorly constructed and it is the opinion of many constitutional attorneys that abortion is not a privacy issue, as stated in the Roe v. Wade decision. #

His track record with women, in general, has come under fire. During his campaign, West was tied to a motorcycle club called the “Outlaws,” which he also defended once allegations came out that the club had a criminal past that includes prostitution. West was also a columnist at a motorcycle magazine called Wheels on the Road — a publication that has referred to women as “oral relief stations.” #

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