Abortion has gone from being just a medical and personal values issue to being a highly political one. So much so that it's one of those issues that almost decides party affiliation for some people. To oversimplify, people generally believe that Democrats are "pro-choice" and Republicans are "pro-life." The truth, of course, is nowhere near that simple.
Kellyanne Conway posted a tweet Sunday afternoon that brought the issue to the forefront again.
Her tweet, and the accompanying video spoken predominantly by a Democrat, argue that the Democratic party have gone too far in their support of pro-choice legislation and, in doing so, have alienated the "common man."
The comments on her Tweet came quickly.
Jonathan let loose, taking issue with the fact that men are the ones making the decisions about women's healthcare in the first place.
Jack had a problem with it as well.
To some, the offending issue wasn't even abortion - it was the idea that the "common" man had anything in common with the current administration. .
More people spoke up about the difference between pro-choice and pro-abortion.
In the end, Conway found little support for her statement, even from her own party.