Interestingly, when she spoke of finding out that her most recent child would have Down syndrome, she said she considered 'changing the circumstances'.
“There just for a fleeting moment I thought, I knew, nobody knows me here. Nobody would ever know. I thought, wow, it is easy. It could be easy to think maybe of trying to change the circumstances. No one would know. No one would ever know.”
But it was time, she said, to “walk the walk” in regards to her long-standing pro-life convictions.
“I had just enough faith to know that trying to change the circumstances wasn’t any answer,” she said.
Nobody would know because abortion is a medical procedure covered by doctor-patient confidentiality rules.
And yes, wow, it's easy because abortion is safe and legal, and for a relatively well-off person like Palin, easily accessible.
She CHOSE not to change the circumstances. We feminists fought for and continue to fight for that right she exercised.
She thinks she made the right choice. Fine. But Palin and the rest of the anti-choice gang would take the right to choose away from the rest of us.
They really don't get irony, do they?