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Never Given a Chance How many Michaelangelos have we destroyed in the name of convenience How many Edisons have we effaced from the pages of human progress The fertilized egg of an eagle legally has more rights than an unborn child In Wisconsin if you step on a snail you can be fined 10000 dollars but a woman can have her babys brains sucked out of its head right into the 32nd week of pregnancy with no charges or fines - only guilt The right to choose is not a luxury it requires intense introspection and awareness If a woman finds herself pregnant she can choose to go full term have the baby and raise it herself hopefully with the help from others She could also choose to have the baby and give it up for adoption These two choices take courage Or she could make the ultimate decision to have an abortion All abortion has to offer is a dead baby What kind of choice is that There are those among us who repeatedly point out cases of rape and incest as their defense of abortion However only two percent of the 15 million abortions that take place in the United States every year are done for reasons other than just mere convenience Many pro-abortion advocates argue that a baby doesnt become a human life until it reaches 24 weeks and is able to survive outside the womb Science shows us that a babys life begins at the moment of conception This is the point when the 23 chromosomes in the fathers sperm and the 23 chromosomes in the mothers eggcombine to form a one-celled human being This creation immediately begins to multiply and becomes you or me These unborn children will never experience laughter theyll never sing theyll never experience the joy of human love They will not be able to strive to heal the sick
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