In American history, a man viewed as the legal property of another had his case taken to the US Supreme Court in his quest to reaffirm his God-given (free will) liberty and rights. As he was conceived, born and resided in the US (and I believe, territories) all of his life, many would think this a slam-dunk victory for the man but alas, his freedom and rights were denied, as he was considered property, not a citizen, and as property, he was, in the eyes of all his Masters, less than human. His name, Dred Scott. Today, as in the recent past we have millions upon millions of unheard cases from contemporary Dred Scotts, who have done no wrong but have been denied due process and their human identity. They have been denied the promised American destiny of free men and women, equal in their creation. Abortion has been, can continue to be promoted, by abortion proponents, as a good thing for Mother and unborn Child. Momma does not want Baby and Baby is better off dead because he or she is unwanted. Truly not unlike, when slavery was a legal property right and condition, making the pro-slavery position akin to the symbiotic/nurturing/beneficial relationship between the Master and Slave. The Master provides and cares for his slave and the slave serves loyally because he has employment and basic needs provided for by the Master for all his days. Maybe, for the slave, it is all in who the master is? Still there have always been opponents of slavery and unlawfully execution/lynching and other crimes against humanity. I like Abraham Lincoln's idea that if slavery is such a great lifestyle then its supporters should live it. I am not for unlawful or immorally intervening and ending human life so, I will not suggest that those who would support taking the life of the unborn, live it, and allow their own life to be subject to the act of termination, to get, you know, a feel for the experience they see as simply a righteous choice. Just saying Abe might have been on to something there, kinda an in-your-face "Golden Rule" experience thing.