In my world we dont disregard the rights of certain classes of people based on where they may reside, or at what stage they are in their development.<quoted text>
Here's your reasonable answer:
"...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.
Who said that the parent would also be the caregiver? Youre starting right off the bat with a false assumption rather than a fact.
Your statements rather are an indication to me of the pro-death values that you hold, and that you just assume that we as a society should take no responsibility to protect the weak, and the less important. But in a morally just society we should always try to defend the rights of the defenseless, and we shouldnt just let them be victimized without trying to help them. You pointing out that life may be difficult in no way defends killing a child to protect them from it. That must be the pro-deather version of tough love. Your argument needs at least something with a little bit sounder basis for it. You could start by answering the first two questions that I posed in the previous post. Im looking forward to hearing back.
On a side issue, Im also not sure that this pro-death attitude of yours doesnt all stem from your deep-seated hatred towards men.