Abortion: The Right to live or the choice to die?

Topics: Abortion / Pages: 7 (1675 words) / Published: Mar 28th, 2014
“ The greatest destroyer of peace is abortion because if a mother can kill her own child, then what is left for me to kill you and you to kill me? There is nothing in between.” (Mother Teresa) Today, in our country and in all countries, we fight for world peace. We strive to ensure the safety and welfare of our families and friends, and when something as tragic as death or injury befalls them, we tend to wish we could’ve done more. Every minute, at least 26 beating hearts are stopped by abortion. That leaves thousands of innocent infants dead and forgotten in less than a day. If killing billions of children is okay, then so must be any other crime. In the heavy struggle for peace, there are those who would selflessly give their lives for others and those who would rather send someone else to the grave, in order to save their reputation. Advocates for abortion are these people, the ones that will raise the thin line between love and hate to a whole other level, the ones that will ultimately push our chances of world peace farther and farther away, the ones that in the end, will make us feel as if we had a chance to do something more, yet didn’t because we were always told to see things the way others told us to. And for what? Because the woman who made her choice, forgot that there was harsh consequences to dumb mistakes. This is the face of this Country. The fact that we make stupid decisions only to fall into a deeper hole, and then realise what we did wasn’t the best thing we could have done. Taking life away from the most innocent beings on this earth is horrible and inhumane. Abortion should not only be made illegal here in the US but in countries all over the world. The first reason as to why abortion should be made illegal is because Abortion is not moral and it shouldn’t be for a woman to decide when her child lives and when it dies. Every year, at least 6 million women become pregnant and almost half are not planned. More than 1.6 million of those

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