Skip to comments.I am Pro-Choice (Abortion Information You Can Use)
Posted on 11/24/2001 10:54:08 AM PST by AgThorn
I am pro-choice. I am not one person, but many. Here is what I believe:
The fetus is not a human, just a mass of tissue Click
Abortion is safer than childbirth. Click
Every child should be a wanted child. Click
The number of abortions is relatively small. Click
Nobody has the right to impose their morals on me. Click
A woman should be able to control her own body. Click
Abortion must be kept legal, especially for all the rape and incest pregnancies. Click
If abortion is outlawed women will be forced to go to back-alley abortion clinics. Click
Aborting unwanted children reduces the number of abused children. Click
We need to remember that we are overpopulating the planet. Click
Planned Parenthood is a group that focuses on contraception. Click
There are good choices and bad choices in life. When in doubt, choose life.
Damn, if I didn't know any better, I would swear that "mass of tissue" looks like a little arm.
1)The fetus is not a human, just a mass of tissue
Answer Wrong, it won't turn out to be a cow!
2)Abortion is safer than childbirth.
Answer. Wrong, it not only murders an innocent child,It destroys the psyche of the "Mother"
3)Every child should be a wanted child.
Answer, Don't use Sex as a plaything of personal gratification.
4)The number of abortions is relatively small.
Answer, Wrong, More innocent children have been Killed in America than by Adolph hitler in the Holacaust! America Murdered over 36,000,000 children, Hitler 6,000,000 Jews.
5)Nobody has the right to impose their morals on me.
Answer, Wrong ,America lives by rules of law which are imposed on all, without which you probably would have been killed already!
6)A woman should be able to control her own body.
Answer Right, If She did she wouldn't have unwanted pregnancies.
7)Abortion must be kept legal, especially for all the rape and incest pregnancies.
Answer. Fine,Just so long as we protect the life of the innocent child under the same laws. A country is measured on how it treats it's most vulnerable Humans!
8)If abortion is outlawed women will be forced to go to back-alley abortion clinics.
Answer Nonsense, they would have to take responsibility for their actions, and avoid unprotected and promiscuous sex.
9)Aborting unwanted children reduces the number of abused children.
Answer, WRONG YOU DON'T CONSIDER THE MURDER OF AN INNOCENT CHILD ABUSE!!!!!! YOU ARE MAD..
10)We need to remember that we are overpopulating the planet. Answer.
See answer to #8
11) Planned Parenthood is a group that focuses on contraception.
Answer.WRONG, PLANNED PARENTHOOD FOCUSES ON MURDER AND DESTROYING PARENTHOOD!!!
Funny isn't it how selective we are about tissue mass. A pile of bones found in the woods is just a mass of tissue and certainly does not have a chance to ever become a living, breathing human being. Why on earth would anyone see fit to begin a MURDER investigation over such a meaningless pile of bones? Especially when we see nothing worth looking into when it comes to an aborted fetus.
Today the conflict is abortion, and the very same argument is used. In 1973 the U.S. Supreme Court, by a 7-2 decision, ruled that unborn humans were not "legal persons," that they were the property of the owner (the mother) who was given the basic constitutional right to choose to kill her unborn offspring. Pro-lifers have protested, to be met with the same answer . . . "We understand that you oppose abortion and find it morally offensive. That is your privilege. You dont have to have an abortion if you dont want to. But dont impose your morality on the owner, the mother, for she has the constitutional right to choose to kill, if she wishes.
In the famous Lincoln-Douglas debates, Mr. Douglas defended the right to choose. Abraham Lincolns answer comes down to us ringingly clear. His reply was "No one has the right to choose to do what is wrong."
In todays debate the same basic ethic should be our 210 guide. "No one has the right to choose to do what is wrong."
Abraham Lincoln ANOTHER ANSWER:
Is her "choice" the overriding concern? This is effectively answered by considering a different issue, one that also raises a significant moral question. <<
It amazes me that SOME people on "our" side still fail to see the comparison between the abortion issues of today and the slavery issues of the 19th century. There are some 19th century 'RAT apologists who won't even admit the DemocRATS are using the SAME argument to defend abortion that they used to defend slavery 140 years ago. They haven't changed! The scumbag Democrats of 1860 hid behind an "state's right to choose" that was supposely in the 10th amendment under an imaginary secession clause, the scumbag Democrats today hide behind "a woman's right to choose" that was supposely in the 1st amendment under an imaginary "right to privacy" clause.
INDIVIDUAL rights are are MORE important than STATES rights. States do not have ABSOLUTE power to do WHATEVER they want. States have an obligation to get back the powers the federal government messed up on, they do NOT an obligation to impose unchecked, unlimited power over their citizens. Those of you on this forum who REFUSE to accept this fact would probably be better off joining the Reform Party or the Libertarian Party.
As for the rest us, let's hope people will WAKE UP to Alan Keyes' and Ronald Reagan's message. You cannot negotiate with a MORAL wrong.
Her body ENDS where her DNA ends. It has already been established in court of law that DNA can and has been used as a form of identification. The fetus, whatever anyone else wishes to believe, has it's own DNA. Since DNA has been legally used by the LAW to identify people, this means that the fetus is a "PERSON", and entitled to all of the rights and priveledges of personhood, including protection by our Bill of Rights.
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