An abortion is the removal the fetus from the womb by definition.. A MEDICAL abortion is the removal of the fetus by outside means to terminate a pregnancy. A SPONTANEOUS abortion is aka a miscarriage.
So.. when you say all abortion is murder you include miscarriages. I know that's not what you meant right? You didn't think about that because it's typically called a miscarriage right? There is a difference right? Well you should think before you open your mouths and shout out words like murder about abortions!
Why? Because one: the reason I just listed... TWO: you never think of the mothers out there that the child is already dying that have the choice to either die with the child or have an abortion. Lets say your pet has rabies.. and has the potential to infect you and/or your living child.. You may love your pet dearly but you know the only option is to put Max down. He was part of your family. But you choose your living family first right? because you know max is going to die anyways. Yet do I call you a murderer for that? No, so I want the same respect for the choice I MADE the choice to terminate a pregnancy that was killing me (where the pregnancy was already going to miscarry) and going to leave my living child without her mother.
Point: Maybe you should really think before you speak! You want to call medical unnecessary abortions murder because that is your belief? THEN SAY MEDIAL UNNECESSARY ABORTIONS.. otherwise you are classifying far more people that don't deserve to be classified as murderers!
Answer by Freela at 3:18 PM on Apr. 30, 2011
They have as much right to their opinion as you do to yours.
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