This article highlights the 39th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision. This was the decision to, to a certain extent, allow women to seek abortions. The article makes an argument that the decision underhandedly warrants that America does not support its women. While that claim can be widely contested, the article points that the problem is not unplanned pregnancy, but how to fit it into a women's present circumstances and future goals that is the issue that needs attention. The statistic that hits is that over a million children went unborn this year (1.21 million in 2008). The author makes a different sided case against abortion that is for education to ease pregnancy into women's life rather than to discourage it as an illness. Overall I found it a very interesting and different argument/article.