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"Pro-choice" is an extremely cynical euphemism used by promoters of abortion to describe their views, even when they insist on taxpayer funding for abortion and/or even when they oppose laws requiring full disclosure by abortion clinics to patients of harms caused by the procedure. Pro-abortion, anti-life or pro-death would be more accurate terms.

Some naively claim to be in support of a "right to choose" abortion while opposing forcing others to pay for it, which as a practical manner is simply impossible.

Ultimately, the only "choice" in the term "pro-choice" is the choice made to abort.

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