Abortion

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Abortion has always been a broad yet opinionated topic among society. Abortion lies on the basis of human rights, privacy and religion and is becoming a political issue. Many might suggest that political issues should be issues that affect our citizens and abortion does just that. On the other hand some believe that abortion is a personal issue that should be considered from that person alone. Abortion was legalized in the case Roe v. Wade that declared a pregnant woman is entitled to have an abortion until the end of the first trimester of pregnancy without any interference. In my opinion, I believe that abortion should be a political issue when the government and the people are involved. “Abortion was legalized through lawmakers, Cases that go before the supreme court of the United States can change laws”(1). Once women was given right to choose whether to have an abortion the issues became widely controversial.” Political issues on abortion are relevant because the leader of this democracy has the power to choose the type of judges that preside over the Supreme Court”(2). This is one of the reasons why as citizens we need to exercise their right to vote for those that are put in the offices where laws can be made and can be changed, with other options set forth. I believe that if medical problem between the mother and child exit pertaining to death, that adoption should be considered. In elections, the American people look at the political candidate’s position on abortion as a factor in determining if he or she is pro-life or pro-choice. Abortion, which was initially indicated as a life saving procedure, is today misused When Abortion is mentioned as a political issue there is two sides to this debate “pro choice" and pro life”. “The pro-life perspective believes that life - all life is sacred, and must be protected, and therefore an abortion of a live fetus (a "life") is a violation of this belief’(3). The pro-choice perspective believes that a person has...
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