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Today 27 years since the legalization of abortion over 30 million legal abortions have taken place in the United States To me this is an issue which is more than a simple question of women controlling their own lives and bodies It is a matter of life or death for an innocent human being In this paper I will address many of the issues why it should be banned I do not assume that I will change a pro-choice persons mind though I do at least hope to make some people think and if I change any mind all the betterRight away some will say that abortion is not a matter of life or death arguing that a fetus is not a person or a human being I realize that it may be difficult to think of a two month old fetus as a human with rights but everything that is living does have rights Just because the unborn is dependent on the mother for nine months does that give anyone the right to choose to end its life Trying to justify abortion by arguing that the unborn does not have rights is a form of discrimination based on age and the fact that they cannot speak for themselves Imagine being a two month old fetus You have just been sentenced to death by your own mother the very person who is morally responsible for your existence You are being raped of your future due to another individuals irresponsibility and selfishness Abortion is just not For years there have been many arguements due to the abortion issue such as How do we know when human life begins Doesnt the mother have the right to control her own body The unborn baby is not really human until it is born right Unborn babies are not concious beings are they Isnt it better to have an aborted child than to have an abused one Why should a
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