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I'm pro-life, and pro-choice, how about you?

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posted on Oct, 10 2016 @ 07:15 AM
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I'm an atheist-realist and even I''m pro-life.
I've made a lot of people feel extremely guilty for their actions when I mention my stance towards abortion.

As humans I feel we should always be pro-life, unless we know 100% for sure the kid is going to have a mental defect.
We need to better the human race, and in this endevouer we should accept any decent help available.
We can't breed burdens, but if a child is born with a disability he / she should recieve all the love and attention required to keep them alive.

We already have so much death and destruction in the world, why should we consciously cause any more?

Life all the way! Life comes with death attached anyway, it's part of the pakage, but a lot better if caused naturally after a full life.




posted on Oct, 10 2016 @ 01:05 PM
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originally posted by: GreenGunther
I'm an atheist-realist and even I''m pro-life.
I've made a lot of people feel extremely guilty for their actions when I mention my stance towards abortion


Why on earth would anyone who has taken the difficult, one of the most

difficult, and probably most deliberated over decisions. that will effect their

lives feel 'guilty' of your stance on the subject. Perhaps you should mind your

own business and allow others to make their own decision



As humans I feel we should always be pro-life,


LOL!! YOU feel ..... you only have the right to make decisions

for yourself. Leave others to decide what is right for them, themselves.



unless we know 100% for sure the kid is going to have a mental defect.
We need to better the human race, and in this endevouer we should accept any decent help available.
We can't breed burdens, but if a child is born with a disability he / she should recieve all the love and attention required to keep them alive.


Unless we know?? Who is this *we* who wants to make decisions

for everyone else?

It may surprise you to know that many women give birth knowing the child

they are carrying has some form of disability.... and they dont look on it as

*breeding a burden* and that again is *their choice*



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