Unfortunately, it would depend. Hillary Clinton has a real shot at the office, but she is vehemently in favor of slaughtering unborn children for the convenience of their mothers. Even if we had a pro-life female president, she would only represent one-third of the balance of power. She cannot pass laws, only sign or veto them. The real power lies with the legislative branch as this is where laws are passed and funding is allocated. Of course, the Supreme Court is the third branch of government and this is where a pro-life president can leave a lasting impact by nominating pro-life justices.
The greatest impact a female pro-life president would have would be through use of the bully pulpit. Although past pro-life presidents like Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush used it to their advantage, the pro-life message would resonate with more people coming from a woman.
Until this happens, we must continue to work to change our culture to one that embraces the dignity and value of all human life, beginning at the moment of fertilization. The political will to dismantle human abortion would soon follow.
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