Pro-Life or Pro-Murder
Abortion has been one of the most controversial topics in the United States. Teenpregnancy.org, a site managed by the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy, says that there are 750,000 teen pregnancies annually in America. Some of these pregnancies occur because either there was a rape, alcohol use, peer pressure, or because of television influence. All these cases make abortion hard to resolve, and make people to be on one side or the other of the issue according to what they have experienced, their faith, or what they have heard from people who have gone through an abortion. Some say the woman should have a choice to end a pregnancy, while others say the child has a right to life. I am one-hundred percent against abortion because of my faith. I believe it is murder of one of God’s creations. It is listed in the Ten Commandments, which is the basic list of rules or laws for life, “Thou shall not kill”. Pro-choice supporters, people that are for abortion, say that they have many reasons why they believe abortion is a good choice. However, I cannot find an actual reason to kill a baby that makes sense. One example of a “good” reason why someone should have an abortion is if a girl was raped and left alone to raise a child. To those people they say the mother is too immature, irresponsible, and unprepared to have a child so she should have a choice not to have the baby. The baby would make the girl relive her rape every time she looked at he or she. They also say that a woman has the right to do whatever she wants to her body. If a girl gets pregnant and does not want the child then it is her choice to do go ahead and abort it. Another reason people that support abortion also say abortion is alright is because the fetus is not a fully developed and considered a living, human being until it is actually born. Women who have gone through with an abortion say that the reason why they did it was because the pregnancy was an...
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