Abortion is Wrong and Unjust

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Abortion is Wrong and Unjust Abortion is killing of an unborn baby. It is a procedure that is performed during the early stages of pregnancy. In the past abortion used to be illegal, however it is now legal and is also a major controversy in our country today. On one hand are the Pro-Choice supporters mostly consisting of feminist, teen mothers, rape, and incest victims. On the other hand are the Pro-Life supporters, mostly consisting of Christians and Catholics. In spite of the many arguments in favor of abortion, the murder of unborn infants is wrong, immoral, and should be illegal. Pro-Life supporters choose life over abortion because they believe that abortion is wrong and unjust, goes against the bible, is murdering a defenseless unborn baby, and because it does not show any respect for human life. There are many Pro-Life supporters that fight against abortion everyday so that, abortion can be illegal today. I believe that in spite of the many arguments in favor of abortion, the murder of unborn infants is wrong, immoral, and should be illegal. Abortion is not only killing of a defenseless unborn baby, but it is also taking them from what they considered to be the safest place on earth their own mother?s womb, and throwing them into a dumpster. There have been many cases of nurses who worked in abortion clinics, and had to quit because they became sick of what was going on inside. They tell of some babies being born whole including the head, and then being killed through methods of drowning, or by other horrific methods. Many nurses watched in horror, as the babies flailed their little arms and legs fighting for their lives. However pro-choice supporters say that unborn b... ... middle of paper ... ...eator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.? It does not say all men are ?Born? equal, but that all men are ?Created? equal. Out forefathers wrote the Declaration of Independence carefully, so that there would be no misinterpretation. Bibliography: Cozic, Charles, and Petrikin Jonathan. The Abortion Controversy. San Diego: Greenhaven Press, 1995 Cozic, Charles, and Stacey Tipp. Abortion: Opposing Viewpoints. San Diego: Greenhaven Press, 1991 Jaffe, Frederick S. Abortion Politics. New York: McGraw-Hill, Vought, Jeanette. Post-Abortion Trauma. Michigan: Zondervan, 1991 Abortions ? The truth. 21 February 2001. http://members.aol.com/dgjoseph/abortions-truth-P2.html Abortion: All sides of the issue. 31 January 2001. http://www.religioustolerance.org/abortion.htm
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