Abortion Should Be Illegal

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" ABORTION SHOULD BE ILLEGAL" Abortion is the violent distruction of a human being's life from conception on up to birth. How could such a civilized, modern, human rights oriented country condone such an act? Who are we to say when it's alright to take someone's life? Abortion should be illegal! First of all, if u don't want to get pregnant and you choose to put yourself in a position where you can, then you need to take responsibility for your own actions. There are all types of easy birth control methods that effectively prevent pregnancy such as the pill, a shot, and condoms. And if by chance you do get pregnant and feel you're in no position to take care of a baby; there's always people that want kids and cant have them. Adoption can be the most unselfish, responsible thing to do. So stand up, face your problems, and do the right thing; give them a chance.

Secondly, it's flat out murder. A baby's life begins the day of conception, and it relies on its mother for survival. The current scientific understanding is that six weeks after conception the elements of the nervous system start to function. Meaning, the poor innocent baby can feel pain.

"Without question, all of this is a dreadfully painful experience for any infant subjected to such a procedure," statement by Professor Robert White. Millions of innocent babies are legally murdered each year, because "The Supreme Court" says you can choose to have an abortion for any reason at anytime right up through the ninth month. There is no doubt about it; it's a human life and when someone destroys that life, its murder.

Not many people know the harsh facts about abortion and how it works. There are many different ways of terminating...



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