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Abortion - Slaughtering the Young Abortion the easiest way to fix ones mistakes I mean if one is going to screw around and accidentally get knocked up why should they have to be responsible for the outcome of messing around Why not just murder the unborn child That is what goes on daily slaughtering of young innocent children that if born would easily find a home What did they the unborn child do wrong Oh nothing its just that the mother andor father are just so lazy and irresponsible that they would rather see their child be butchered than have to change its diaper or feed it Society today does not respect life and therefore accepts the murdering of unborn children A major factor that is missing is society in todays world are moral values If people actually had morals then abortion might not occur No matter what anyone argues abortion is murder plain and simple How could one deny that when a doctor grabs his forceps and crushes a childs skull and sucks out what was once a brain how could they say that is not murder how could someone get away with doing this Then again people ask that same question about OJ There are many abortion-slaughter techniques that are used today Examples are the Dilatation and Curettage DC where a loop shaped steel knife is inserted and the child is cut into pieces also there is the Dilatation and Evacuation DE where the doctor uses forceps with sharp metal jaws and tears the child apart piece by piece Usually the head is hardened to bone and must be compressed or crushed in order to get it out Another highly controversial technique that is getting a lot of publicity nowadays is the partial birth method This procedure in performed in the second and third trimesters of pregnancy or between 20 to 32 weeks sometimes later Now according to Abortion Some medical facts
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