actually, I do, but a decision to have the child knowing there would be no father present actually places no value on the effort required to raise a child.<quoted text>
Does this mean that you place no value on the effort required to raise a child?
I don't think he's getting the entire financial bill either, and I hope you don't assume that either.
We ignore the father role and equate it to merely "paying up".
Why do we give the mother the choice to have a baby without a daddy? As Lady doctor said, her choice was to use contraception.
I am not right to life, I am just saying that this "its a woman's body its a woman'd choice" is fine, but then leave the men out of it. They cannot be in at your whim. They are either responsible or not.