posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 03:09 PM
The thing is, none of us chose to be here, and quite frankly, sometimes i wish my parents would not have had me. I am not trying to sound emo, or
dark or anything suicidal, but i've had to struggle my whole life to stay afloat, and my birth put a serious damper on my parents plans. Two years
later and my father's small business would have taken off(he sold it to a single childless acquaintance who now is a multi-millionaire). At least
my siblings might have had an easier time than we did if things had been different. Plus, growing up in the 80's and early 90's sucked big time. I
don't resent my parents, or wish to die, or even feel a woe is me attitude. I just can face the honest truth about the impact of my birth.
I wonder how many pro life people complain about all the uneducated young single mothers that are sitting around popping out kids so they can get
assistance. . Or how many complain about the out of control youth with parents who don't care. Or how many salivate at the senseless killing of
innocent children in palestine, iraq, or any other country with mostly brown inhabitants. What about mothers with depleted uranium babies? Are you
going to adopt one of those monstrosities? This is way too complicated of a subject to put down to simple black and white answers. Ever ask someone
who is a rabid pro lifer what they would do if their daughter was raped by an escaped mental criminal brother or uncle? Then they will say"oh now
you are making it personal" well guess what...it is always personal to someone.
Fortunately, as a man, i will never be faced with that tough decision, and therefore i feel that i have no right to dictate how someone else should
handle that situation.
Have you ever watched a mother animal eat her unwanted litter. If you can't feed them then don't breed them.