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Old 10-11-2012, 03:30 PM   #30
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Default Re: Is this a crazy perspective?

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Originally Posted by kNIOKAS
Dawg,

I'd love to neg you bad but it wouldn't be pegagogic.

We have a saying, it goes like "road to hell is built on well-intentions". Now you even admit you can see it as racist and wrong. That's a start.

You know the issue on abortion? And why it is an issue? Because there's no definitive say where's a killing of a baby and where it's a neccessary surgery. As well as there's no definition, when the human starts - at birth, at conception or somewhere in between.

Such issues exist for a quite some time now, and it's always a fight between the church, pro-lifers and those who say it's woman's right to choose (and also many others. They do exist for a reason, and one cannot say who's right and who's wrong. It's very relative and both sides have valid arguments for that. So... Yeah. Discussion about life/death is not to be taken lightly; the position we take is going to shape our society and life we're living. Thinking of side-effects of such discrimination is horrible enough, let alone the idea of letting somebody reproduce and forbidding somebody from doing it.

So you will simply choose to ignore the problem of the world further crumbling due to a grossly imbalanced population because people can't get their conscience in check about right or wrong when it comes to abortion? So instead, lets just have the child be born into a family with no love, care, or the means to accommodate his/her presence. No one ask to be born despite being appreciative of life after birth, so it our responsibility as parents and society as a whole to make sure any person brought into this life has a fair chance at having a life not filled with misfortune due to the flaws of their parents. How can you or anyone not see this?
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