No reason in aborting the baby there are millions of married couples that can’t have babies which results in them adopting, instead of aborting the baby put it up for adoption. The percentages of abortions rise each year, year by year millions are performed all around the world lots of which are done illegally. Over 45 million abortions have been performed legally from 1973 to 2005, 1.2 million of which were performed illegally from 1973 to 2005. Each year 13,000 women have abortions because they became pregnant as a result of rape and incest. More than a million abortions are performed in the U.S. e... ... middle of paper ...
If one does not want a child, they should prevent conception from happening, not kill an innocent baby. Abortions should be eliminated and the whole class of human beings (pre-born babies) should be given the most fundamental right—the right to Life. 2 Abortions do not assure equal justice for all, which in this case, are the innocent unborn children.
Adoption is not simply the correct solution for having an abortion because if abortion was completely banned then there would be too many babies to be adopted and over the years it would pile up and become overwhelming (“Should abortion be” 2). Abortion is a form of murder and takes away the value of human life (Messerli 1). Even if a child is not born yet it is still a human-being and by murdering them it is rejecting their legal right (2). While being aborted their is a sonogram of the abortion and the mother is actually able to see the baby pulling away from the instruments and being scared of the items getting near the body (Slick 1). It is also said that the babies sometimes come out screaming and have looks of pain on their faces (“Reasons abortion should”).
She might have a solid reason such as rape or incest or a medical reason where she would suffer terrible harm from going through with the pregnancy. The world should not go back to the illegal abortion days where five thousand women died yearly from illegal and unsafe abortions. Ultimately, all lawmakers should think before taking away abortion and how this backward step would be taking away a woman's rights and what she would suffer if there is no or very restricted access to abortions.
Killing your baby is the worst decision to make. In her article, Ten Arguments for Abortion and Against Abortion, Linda Owen says, “Since life begins at conception, abortion is akin to murder as it is the act of taking human life. Abortion is in direct defiance of the commonly accepted idea of the sanctity of human life.” Killing someone in the United States is illegal. If killing someone is illegal, then having an abortion should be illegal too. Human beings don’t have the right to decide if someone lives or dies.
If every woman chooses to indulge in an awful activity such as abortion without signing legal documentation they are considered in a court for 1st degree murder. How many people get away with such a horrific nightmare? According to Dr. Julia Brown, “abortions should be illegal because people are out in this killing other people but are getting away with abortions, both cases should be treated the same.” Quoted by Brown, “She thinks it should be against the law to abort a child that didn’t ask to come into this world”. The bible says, “In God we trust”, there is no trust in the lord if they are killing the blessing that he blessed them with, and if anything he’s testing their religion. A child can either make a person or break a person but as a human being; we should never take from a child especially not their life.
As a result, there is no reason for women to have abortions. In the case of the mother’s health, abortion is not justified since the abortion could cause as much damage as the birth itself. Abortion can never be validated, and as a result should be abolished for the following reasons: it is a form of murder, it leads to both physical and psychological effects and adoption is always available. Abortion is a form of murder because the life of a human is still being lost. In 2008 alone, approximately 1.21 million abortions took place in the U.S. (Medical Testimony).
The argument present in this case is that performing the abortion is directly killing the child, whereas not doing anything at all is just the same as letting the mother die. The question is which one is right. How can abortion be though of as murder if the mother is doing it to save her own life? How can she just sit there passively and wait for her own death. A woman has the right to defend her life against any threats posed by an unborn child, even if it involves the child’s death.
For example, why should the government illegalize abortion? Also what justifies some women to get an abortion and what does not? Can a women get an abortion if she was raped or if she could have birth complications that could result in a stillbirth, or death of the mother? A woman who becomes pregnant as a result of either getting rape or incest is the victim of a horribly violent and morally reprehensible crime. But that does not give the woman the right to kill the baby, because they will have to live with reality of knowing that father of the unborn child raped her.
Scientific evidence and the use of an ultrasound convinced him he was promoting and participating what he now calls “the most atrocious holocaust in the history of the United States.” Other doctors refuse to perform legal abortions, saying they should save lives rather than destroy them. Abortion becomes particu... ... middle of paper ... ... life movement will win, because when you hold up a picture of a six month old fetus being stabbed in the neck and all you say is ’choice, choice, choice’ you are going to loose.” In conclusion, a women’s right to choose can justify abortion, but it should be banned because it's immoral and life begins at conception. Women have been given the right to have an abortion under the United States Constitution, but this right is still being protested by the people that fight for the unborn's rights. It is immoral because it is simply defined as murder. Life begins at conception not at birth.