posted on May, 8 2008 @ 05:24 AM
I am a strong supporter of Ron Paul
Is he still in the race?
Anyway I agree with his democratic approach; but then I also agree with abortion itself.
The simple fact is a new born human baby has far less intelligence than a new born pig or sheep. Obviously the animals will always remain dumb, but
this doesn't change the fact that at the point of birth the new born human is less intelligence (never mind if its terminated e.g. 6 months
In my view it causes far more suffering to bring people who are not wanted into the world (and one that's badly over populated-stretched at that).
What I like about his approach is...
1. Obviously it's democratic
2. The only way non-abortion states could stop desperate women leaving for another state would be to...
A. Exile them.
B. Stop pregnant women leaving
Both these options are err... authoritarian in nature. And is it really any wonder if the simple act of dictating what a women can or can't do with a
life god interested her to carry around with her, is somewhat authoritarian in nature?
To disagree with her terminating the baby is to disagree with god allowing her to become pregnant enough to carry around the unwanted life in the
first place (its perfectly common to have sex without becoming pregnant, and as the ultimate controller of chance itself, this is therefore no great
task for any God).
In my view whenever a women becomes pregnant it is either because God wants to allow her to have children, or it's because he wants her to learn
And as his chosen guardians of the earth we should think more about how unwanted life causes us to fail even more miserably in this holy task that he
personally appointed us with.
P.S I don't agree with the one God approach, yet I think the above is certainly a little something for those that do to think about.