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i

Evansville, IN

#65 Apr 24, 2013
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<quoted text>You think they should be able to choose to kill a life in the instances where that life was created under bad circumstances (rape,incest ect..).. Fine. I obviously disagree, but I'll give that to you.

So in a situation where some crime is not to blame for a life's existence. Like some girl get pregnant by her boyfriend. Do you support a killing then???
I don't think every girl who gets pregnant by her boyfriend should have an abortion but it is only fair for her to decide whether she is ready or not. Many men in these cases are able to leave and be a nonexistent father, but the women are stuck with the child. Yes there is adoption. However, that has a lot of emotional and troubling effects that come along with it for the mother as well. The biggest defense for this, for me, is that making abortion illegal will not change how many people want one. It's important for women to have the option in the event they want this procedure done safely, regardless of how anyone around her thinks she is morally wrong. It is still her body. That's just my two cents because you asked. However, I know none of my arguments have been valid for you thus far.
One

Evansville, IN

#66 Apr 25, 2013
No, thats valid.

Many girls do want one, we make it fairly easy to the procedure done professionally...however many of those very same girls live to regret that choice..

For me I don't see it as a choice at all. It's life or death...
One

Evansville, IN

#67 Apr 25, 2013
And in spite of the legality of abortion, you still have people like Kermit Gosnell. Who ran a "professional" clinic.

This goes on because the health department doesn't want to write violations on an abortion clinic because of political environment surrounding it.

If you don't know the name, you should google it. Listen to the women now. The documentary is "3801 Lancaster". I will not rehash it here.
i

Evansville, IN

#68 Apr 25, 2013
One wrote:
No, thats valid.

Many girls do want one, we make it fairly easy to the procedure done professionally...however many of those very same girls live to regret that choice..

For me I don't see it as a choice at all. It's life or death...
I agree that many girls live to regret that choice. I also know that in many states you can't actually get an abortion under the age of 18 without parental consent, so these girls are at the very least forced to talk to their parents about a potential decision. The clinics also don't just open the door and kill the baby. There are counselors on the spot that talk to the women and ensure they are making the correct decision for THEM. Not for society or what anyone else is telling them to do. I respect very much that you would never put your unborn child in that position, but many girls simply are not ready to deal with emotional ramifications of adoption or the challenge of being a mother. I agree it's not the best option out there, but it's great to live somewhere that offers that sort of freedom for women who seek it.
Patriot

Evansville, IN

#69 Apr 25, 2013
You should do a little research about abortion mills like Planned Parenthood. Many people have left this organization and others like it. They have talked about what really goes on behind the closed doors. There is no attempt to talk these young scared girls out of killing the child. It is a money maker and quite the contrary happens. In fact PP has killed some of the girls and tried to cover it up.
i

Evansville, IN

#70 Apr 26, 2013
Patriot wrote:
You should do a little research about abortion mills like Planned Parenthood. Many people have left this organization and others like it. They have talked about what really goes on behind the closed doors. There is no attempt to talk these young scared girls out of killing the child. It is a money maker and quite the contrary happens. In fact PP has killed some of the girls and tried to cover it up.
Actually you're wrong. There is plenty of talking. Whatever research you've done is bogus.
Patriot

Evansville, IN

#71 Apr 26, 2013
i wrote:
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Actually you're wrong. There is plenty of talking. Whatever research you've done is bogus.
I always feel like I am talking with a stupid child when replying to you. Why is that? Because I am talking with a stupid child.
i

Evansville, IN

#72 Apr 27, 2013
Patriot wrote:
<quoted text>I always feel like I am talking with a stupid child when replying to you. Why is that? Because I am talking with a stupid child.
Lol right have you ever stepped inside a planned parenthood? No. Online articles don't tell you what really happens. You don't know until you're in somebody else's shoes. I feel like I'm talking to a washed up idiot who sits in his basement looking for the next article to post on topix. Oh wait, I am

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