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Arguments Against Roe v Wade Before I was assigned this debate topic I was not sure where I stood on abortion issue I thought that I knew the facts and was leaning more towards the pro-choice side just as recent as Wednesday of this week I knew this conflicted with my principles morals and religion but I thought it could be for the good that women do this I thought maybe there were times when it could be okay But after I researched this topic I have changed my mind I wanted to attack abortion from a different standpoint other than religion Religious persons using religious based arguments that are hard to counter easily attack abortion But as we have seen religious arguments rarely stand up in courts Jewish Methodists Catholics Baptists and Church of Christ all teach against it but I wanted to reject abortion on the basis of something other than religion I do not want to be attacked by an atheists view of abortion so I have chosen to almost entirely leave the Bible out of it I did mention two sentences about it in class On the limited research I have done I have found some scary figures There have been around 40 million abortions since the Roe v Wade decision went through January 22 1973 That is around the population of Canada actually a little more And there are no signs of slowing down That is 40 million lives that have been murdered in my mind Another thing that helped me change my mind was the descriptions of the different abortion procedures that I somewhat shared in class I think every abortion doctor should seek therapy because there is no way they could be mentally healthy to be able to do those things to an unborn baby I hope I never morally decay so much that I resort to doing these things to make money I think I would rather
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