Re: And fewer PP's mean less reproductive health services, counseling, and prenatal care - especially helpful to the poo


Author:Kosh
Date:2019-03-10 20:15:43
Edited:2019-03-10 23:16:15
In Reply To:Re: And fewer PP's mean less reproductive health services, counseling, and prenatal care - especially helpful to the poo by Joe-×
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Your belief system thinks it's OK to murder an unborn child up to birth and that slippery slope has now been extended to include some indeterminate short period of time afterward. And it's my system that is ignorant and backward. And the best you can do to cite someone within that system who took "a step in the right direction" is a guy dead for 700 years who didn't do science.
I grew up in a very conservative Catholic household, and for the most part of my life didn't believe in abortion. To this day even though I've moved considerably to the left, I still am not a big supporter of it, but I think both sides of the isle have good pro/against arguments.

If we were to ban abortions and force women to have these babies, what do you think would be the appropriate way to proceed to ensure their well being? Should government take them from the parents that don't want them? Should they be put for adoption and if so, how do you we make sure they're all properly taken care of? Should we leave it to government to jail parents that don't want them, neither want to take care of these kids, and so should government then provide proper healthcare, education and nutrition for them? What in terms of prevention? Is abstinence the only education that should be provided? What about condoms and the pill?

Would love to hear your input, like I said, I'm pretty much in the middle in terms of this, but would love a good argument from an abortion opponent.

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