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Abortion a battle that will rage through this century right or wrong good or bad religion or science Well lets capture the essence of the other side of the battlefield where the debate is going to be for abortion Well for starters the whole world isnt religious A person respects everyones religion not only his or her but sometimes science clashes with religion So dont take offense if its simply stated a ovary is an living organism as well yet a female lets one die each month Isnt it cruel of them to let every possible form of life they could create die each month How cruel of females They should be punished for eternal hell for their evil deed of killing every single potential life slip by them at every opportunity since they were 13 Well okay fine It is a moral and ethical issue of taking away a life of Innocent Precious Jewel but look at it this way that innocent child does not feel anything They are not conscience of their surroundings This is something that probably has yet to be proven but the fetus inside the womb is not wary of its surroundings It might as well be a growing tree with no feelings inside its unconscious state and us capitalists have no problem cutting down trees Or better yet we have no problem eating a chickens egg which is potentially a living organism which we dont think twice about before consuming Who said we humans have special rights to this earth QUOTE If she was old enough to make the decision to have sex then she is old enough to live with the consequences of having the child What da Where did this come from Children arent old enough to know about how to raise a child Think about psychological effects on the baby of a 15 year old girl The poor baby will grow up
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