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Well, here goes...So, i believe that we all agree that Babies outside of the womb are human persons..And some argue that the "Unborn" (that should be neutral enough) are not human persons.. Then what difference between the two disqualifies the Unborn from personhood?
Im confused about the see or feel question.What does seeing or feeling have to do with anything?If you cant see someone are they not a person? Shall we aquit a blindman of a crime just because he cannot see? After all he cannot see them, they must not be persons?And feeling falls the same way.Also, I cannot see you right now, but you are still a person.
Make one joke about mandatory abortion in high school and it haunts you for years... I'm not making that mistake again.
I don't think abortion should be legal. I do not see the difference between that and murder. Even if I were to concede some abortion rights, the legislation should certainly not give women full discretion, nor should it allow healthy, financially stable women to abort their babies. I think it is wrong to end a life. I think people need to have sex responsibly and accept all the consequences of their actions. I think the argument that "it's my body" is completely and utterly unconvincing. I think Roe v. Wade should be overturned. I hope it will be soon.