In response to the letter by Louis Cascarelli ("Please support candidates opposed to abortion Nov. 3," The Daily News, Sept. 30): Low-income women should be able to have access to Planned Parenthood if they choose not to have any more children.
So, if you want to burden the poor with too many children, it's a good plan.
Defunding Planned Parenthood and denying low-income families birth control may work so the children you feel must be born may become a burden. Trump may not have built the cages on the Mexican border, but he filled them after separating them from their parents or guardians.
Do these little lives have your support?
When a pregnant woman or child seeks an abortion it's not a casual, birth control type decision. It's often a heartbreaking choice, and it's between her or her guardians to deal with and also with the curses you're certain she will receive from God.
If we, as a nation, return to a belief that forces a desperate woman or mother of a sexually abused pregnant child to carry the baby to term what resources do they have? They're poor.
Let the choice and, or curse, be theirs. Let the women who choose to get an abortion make amends. Until we find a way to prevent unwanted pregnancy, choose choice.