President Obama's Dinner Party
On the Issues Of Abortion
by Henry, Brenda, and Taylor
Guest List: Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Former President Richard Nixon, NJ Governor Chris Christie, Former Supreme Court Justice Warren Burger, Donald Trump, and George Tiller
As the former mayor of NYC he is a prominent economical and political figure. Bloomberg holds a Pro- Choice view of abortion and feels as though a women has the right to do what they want with their body.
As you already know, Richard Nixon is a former president (37th) of the United States. During his term, the landmark case Roe v Wade took place, making abortion legal. Nixon held a Pro- Life view of abortion and felt as though the legalization of abortion would "break up the family" and encourage women to stop using birth control.
Chris Christie, governor of New Jersey had a previous pro-choice opinion until the pregnancy of his wife. During that time his opinion changed from pro-choice to pro-life, and he claims that each and every life is precious. Christie's attendance to the dinner party will offer a spectrum of opinions on both sides of the argument.
Warren E. Burger
Burger was the 15th Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court. In 1969 President Nixon appointed Burger as the Supreme Court Justice, with the hopes that he would rule conservatively. In the major case Roe v Wade, Burger and the Supreme Court voted liberally and made abortion legal.
George Tiller was a physician from Kansas and a strong Pro- Choice advocate. Tiller served as the medical director of Women's Health Care Services, a clinic which provided late-term abortions. In May of 2009 Tiller was killed by an anti-abortion advocate.
Donald Trump is a major economic and political figure in America and holds a Pro- Life view on abortion. Trump was once a Pro- Choice advocate but changed his views after the pregnancy of his friend's wife. His friend's wife came close to having an abortion, and now seeing the family happy together, he feels as though abortion is not right.