The ultimate right

LETTER

Re: None of your business, August 8 letter.

I was very impressed with Lara’s letter to the editor.

The person carrying the baby deserves to have the ultimate right to determine what happens to the life she is carrying.

After all, it is her body that is carrying the life form. She should have first right to carry the baby to full term or not. If the father wants to take full care after birth and the carrier agrees, then that may be possible. But the final choice must be with the carrier.

To womb the bell tolls, it tolls for thee.

Ian Summersby

Re: None of your business, August 8 letter.

I was very impressed with Lara’s letter to the editor.

The person carrying the baby deserves to have the ultimate right to determine what happens to the life she is carrying.

After all, it is her body that is carrying the life form. She should have first right to carry the baby to full term or not. If the father wants to take full care after birth and the carrier agrees, then that may be possible. But the final choice must be with the carrier.

To womb the bell tolls, it tolls for thee.

Ian Summersby

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There's only one God - 3 months ago
Of course the baby has no rights whatsoever, you missed that bit.

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