Before I say anything I would just like to say that I don't think that men should have a say in this at all. I am pro-choice. This to me means that people should have the right to make decisions for themselves, like freedom, a right of the United States of America. I think people should be responsible for their own actions and what they do to themselves. If they have an abortion it's their business and no one else's. A woman should be able to get an abortion without having to be discriminated by people. I don't think abortion is pretty but neither is heart surgery. I do think abortion is bad but I think it's important that we can all have our own choices.
I have looked at it from both sides and actually I agree with both sides. I don't know if that's a good or bad thing but I personally think that it's a good thing. I'm not confused about it, I just believe that both sides have their highs and lows. If a person chooses not to get an abortion and doesn't want the child, the unwanted child suffers. Most of the time the mother of the unwanted child is very young and inexperienced or too poor to take care of the child. The child usually has no medical care and gets very little attention or love. The foster care system isn't much better. Only a small percentage of the children are adopted by suitable parents. But the rest remain in the foster care system, where there is little or no personal care. Either way, the child has a poor education because of the lack of attention and discipline. An abortion allows a woman to retain her constitutional rights. On the other hand, abortion destroys the lives of helpless, innocent children and illegal in many countries. Everyone is raised knowing the difference between right and wrong. Murder is wrong, so why isn't abortion? People argue that it isn't murder if the child is unborn, but since the fetus that is being destroyed is living, breathing, and moving, I think it is kind of like murder. It's really...
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