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Abortion is murder. Period.
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[quote:Don'tBeAfraid:MV8yMTE2NjI3XzM1Njk0OTgzXzNBRjkyNUE2] [quote:Anonymous Coward 32725354:MV8yMTE2NjI3XzM1Njk0OTA3X0Y1NEQ2QkI3] [quote:Anonymous Coward 32679658:MV8yMTE2NjI3XzM1NjkyOTI1X0MxRTM3QzU=] [quote:Anonymous Coward 30307430:MV8yMTE2NjI3XzM1NjkyODg4Xzg5ODJDOUM1] [quote:Anonymous Coward 32679658:MV8yMTE2NjI3XzM1NjkyODU1XzQyOURDQjM1] I'm against abortion, but there are exceptions. A neighbor of mine, was pregnant. The unborn child was heavily disabled. She aborted, I know it has been a hard decision for her, but it was the right decision. [/quote] Why? Because some life is more valuable than other life? --- [b]Nazi eugenics[/b] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazi_eugenics [/quote] YOU have no right to make that decision. It was her and her husband's decision and I respect that. If you'd be pregnant of a disabled child and you wanna keep it, it is YOUR decision and I would respect that as well. [/quote] The COMMUNITY has a right to decide if abortions are acceptable. Nature didn't give women the ability to abort. [/quote] That's partially true. A community will create laws to govern the community. However, a community cannot just be capricious and change legal definitions. Nature does cause miscarriages or spontaneous abortions. It happens up to 50% of the time and can be medically documented. Nature doesn't make it a switch or ability to terminate, but for all practical purposes women did terminate and have terminated life since the beginning of Time. Is it ethical to do so? Does the fetus have rights? Does the community have a responsibility to protect those rights (called guaranteed in the USA legal system)? [/quote]
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