You definitely contradict...yourself, and more often than you admit. You can't argue for morality because there is no objective standard of what's moral and what's immoral in any one given subject, especially abortion. You call it arguing for morality when all you're doing is whining like a $2.00 sharmuta (Arabic for whore).<quoted text>I don't omit, I contradict. I'm not arguing for law, I'm arguing for morality.
Your knowledge of your native language, again, shines by the lack thereof. You don't discourage to; you discourage from. Dumbass!<quoted text>I'm not outraged over discouraging mothers to murder their own children; government's job is to protect and help weak very young human beings.
If it's the government's job "to protect and help very young human beings[,]" then shut the f*ck up about abortion already. The government has determined that only AFTER the point of viability, does it (regardless of whether state or federal) have a duty "to protect and help very young human beings." Moreover, the government has also determined that, even after the point of viability is reached, when either the health, or life, or the potential for the unborn to have a fruitful and meaningful life, is threatened, the woman retains the choice of whether to abort the pregnancy. Don't like it? Tough shit. Abortion is not immoral, but only in your eyes and in the eyes of EVERYONE, who does not have an iota of say so over the decisions of anyone but yourselves, or as you have so eloquently admitted, don't care to do more than whine, because "it's the government's job.".
I'm not suggesting you're immoral. I'm rebutting your contention that you're not seeking a change in the law. However, that point flew over your "cuckoo's nest" at a distance equal to that of the ISS over the earth's surface..<quoted text>Isn't that exactly what you're doing in the quote above? Aren't you arguing I am "HIGHLY IMMORAL for one to argue that the actions of someone are immoral"? How can anyone agree with something they find immoral? I don't follow your moral philosophy, can you elaborate?
Who cares where in the world is abortion illegal? I don't. I'm not a citizen of the world; I'm a citizen of the United States of America. If you care so much about where is abortion illegal, then invoke your constitutional right to rescind your U.S. Citizenship and get the f*ck outta my country.<quoted text>Abortion remains illegal in much of the world, it is the murder of a very young and innocent human being. Murder exists before and outside law.
BTW, give one example of how murder exists before and outside the law. Go on..
I don't argue for the morality of anything that makes you feel good pinhead. I argue for maintaining morality a subjective part of life and to leaving the individual to determine his/her own definition of morality. I could careless whether anyone defines morality by what makes them feel good, or by what they hate.<quoted text>I trust others to make their own judgments based on the arguments. I don't find C.D.'s morality of value, since it argues for the morality of anything that makes you feel good.
The United States' Constitution. I was, and I am still, willing to lay my own life down to protect it. If my own life is less valuable to me than the Constitution, imagine how valuable yours, or anyone else's, is to me.Emotions are find for personal life but are often inappropriate in law, morality and social policy. I support adoption and oppose abortion because I believe every human life has infinite value. What do you believe about the value of human life and what do you think is more valuable than human life?
BTW, if emotions are inappropriate in law, next time you pulled over for speeding and the cop wants to give you a break, tell him/her not to.