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Best Answer Aime says
thank you for your answer.
That really is the bottom line Word55
thank you for answering
word, even though I have very strong convictions concerning the issue of abortion, I do not throw any stones when a woman decides to undergo the procedure. I have too many of my own "sins" to deal with.
that makes you a good person you can disagree but not hate others for doing things you disagree of.
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Christin Sander says
I do agree it is not a black and white issue that people feel it is,and people that judge to the point of hate are doing evil work by shooting pregnant woman as they are going into one of the clinics.
There have been numerous court cases in which a person accused of murdering a pregnant woman was charged with committing two murders -- the murder of the woman herself and the murder of the baby she was carrying. Do you see the point I made?
It is really confusing, to know where the line is, between murder and abortion.
All I know is I used to be an embryo and fetus.
yes a woman who intended to have a child whose child would have been viable should be counted as murder, for example Lacey Petersen when her husband killed her at nearing full term. Different issue
Yes I agree it is confusing finding the line between murder-/abortion. I try not to judge I find it hard to not feel sorry for the baby and also for the woman ,because I am sure that has to be the hardest thing to do.
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I know some people feel strongly but I just am unsure about the legality part of it, making it illegal would cause a lot of dangerous abortion places to become used. Maybe regular abortion clinics could do counciling before hand and would change the
that is a very good answer, and I can understand, some situations like rape ext.. I can kinda understand but I could never do it. I think the better choice is to put adoption.