Letter to the editor: “Andrea Keene’s selective morality is once again
showing through in her July 15 letter. This time she expresses her abhorrence
of abortion. But how we see only what we choose to see! I wonder
if any of the anti-abortionists have considered the widespread use of
fertility drugs as the moral equivalent of abortion, and, if they have,
why they haven’t come out against them, too. The use of these drugs
frequently results in multiple births, which leads to the death of one
of the infants, often after an agonizing struggle for survival. According
to the rules of the pro-lifers, isn’t this murder?”
— North-State Record
(I stole this from somebody) lol but its a good point of view. Do you feel that this is murder? Im speaking to prolifers, and im speaking about selective reduction.
Asked by Anonymous at 11:56 AM on Jun. 19, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
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Answer by yourspecialkid at 12:50 PM on Jun. 19, 2009
Well, I thought that "selective reduction" and abortion were one and the same.... I never knew that some people thought that there was a difference. Just because the procedure name is different doesn't mean that they don't do the exact same thing.
Answer by VeronicaLee at 12:53 PM on Jun. 19, 2009
wait..... I guess if you have 15 babies growing inside you then it could be a medical threat to the mother. That's the only difference that I can think of between selective reduction abortions and regular abortions.
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