The End before the Beginning
Abortion is the practice of killing the weakest and most defenseless human among us. Unfortunately, our culture has deemed it to be acceptable in some regards. Since 1973 when the Roe v. Wade took place and became effective, some 40 million abortions have been committed in this nation. This is almost a third of the number of live babies born during the same time that year. If you were to go to a high school graduation ceremony this year, imagine that one third of the graduating class is missing. These unborn children were deprived of the right to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness written about by our founding Fathers in the Declaration of Independence. People are shocked by the horrors of the German holocaust where six million Jews lost their lives. In all reality, we are different but yet worse because our own American holocaust has killed over six times that number of innocent babies. There are many negative factors to having an abortion some which include the medical risks, ethical issues, and social issues.
When it comes to abortion some of the major concerns relates to the safety of the procedure. Abortion has been illegal in the U.S. since before 1973, but there were exceptions in some cases (Abortion). Many times if a woman did not want their unborn child they could definitely find somewhere where an abortion could be performed. When these illegal abortions would take place they were usually performed by individuals that did not have the proper training for an abortion, when an illegal abortion was performed it usually lead to increased risk in the future for these women (Abortion). Even though today our society has improved and our technology has become increasingly better, the same complications can occur with a trained professional (Abortion). One of the commonly known risks with abortion is the infection that can follow after the procedure, which could lead to even death. Also sometimes excessive...
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