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You are equating the right that an individual has to live, with the stage of their development. What is your reason for this? In fact you are even stating that there is a specific point in that development where they morph into what is a child. When is this point? This attitude just seems like it is a convenient analysis for a parent who wants to dis their child. You then conclude this by legitimizing the killing of the child before leaving for a nice, quiet vacation. To you, does this sound like something that a responsible, trustworthy adult might do? This scenario is very convenient for the parent, but it completely ignores the rights of the child. You would have to have some logical, reasonable answers for the first two questions here in order to validate a yes answer to the last. I repeat LOGICAL and REASONABLE answers.
You and the rest on here have repeated this false statement regarding the facts of the video over and over again. This is the epitome of if you repeat a lie often enough, it will become the truth. Where in the ultrasound image do you ever see anybodys finger? Thats right never. If we are ever to believe anything that you say, you should at least not let your partisan ego get in the way of the truth.
"...a parent who wants to dis their child, legitimizing the killing of the child before leaving for a nice, quiet vacation."
wouldn't be a parent at all.
Why would you obligate a child be born to this miserable excuse for parents? Sounds like you hate children, and wish them miserable lives.
" To you, does this sound like something that a responsible, trustworthy adult might do?" Well, no. Should we make sure folks who aren't 'responsible and trustworthy' become parents....or even allow them to?
If we took away the choice to gestate from people like this, we'd have a lot fewer unwanted kids...
But that's not part of your agenda, because you don't care about the kids. Your only wishes are to control the uterus, worship the fetus, and congratulate yourself on having 'stood up for the unborn'.
In your world, the born are collateral damage.