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Old May 10th, 2014, 02:16 PM   #1
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Abortion Versus Abandonment

There has been a renewal in the Abortion debate in the United States and much complaint by conservatives of the babies "murdered" since Roe Versus Wade. As a young woman who does not see motherhood in her future I wonder what women are expected to do if in a moment of careless they become pregnant before they are prepared or willing to care for a child. No I do not agree with her accepting welfare and raising the child reluctantly. I want to know what other options could possibly be implemented if medical termination of pregnancies was severely limited and caused an epidemic of inconvenient/unwanted children. A revitalization of the broken foster care system? A return to orphanages? Force a woman to keep and possibly mistreat a child she never wanted? If the goal is to help children how is forcing them to be born to unwilling mothers beneficial?
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There has been a renewal in the Abortion debate in the United States and much complaint by conservatives of the babies "murdered" since Roe Versus Wade. As a young woman who does not see motherhood in her future I wonder what women are expected to do if in a moment of careless they become pregnant before they are prepared or willing to care for a child. No I do not agree with her accepting welfare and raising the child reluctantly. I want to know what other options could possibly be implemented if medical termination of pregnancies was severely limited and caused an epidemic of inconvenient/unwanted children. A revitalization of the broken foster care system? A return to orphanages? Force a woman to keep and possibly mistreat a child she never wanted? If the goal is to help children how is forcing them to be born to unwilling mothers beneficial?
"I want to know what other options could possibly be implemented"

Keep her legs closed???
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I do that faithfully, but for the less vigilant what does government plan to do about the generation of abandoned children certain to follow abortion restrictions.
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Old May 10th, 2014, 02:52 PM   #4
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in the US today there is a severe SHORTAGE of babies available for adoption.

But unfortunately I am letting you suck me into a distraction, the only issue is, is an unborn child an innocent human life or not. can you be totally, absolutely sure? no you can't.

"a moment of carelessness"? lots of things people don't like happen because of a moments carelessness, or even when people are careful, unfortunate things happen. bad things happen to me, and looking back, it occurs to me now that I could certainly have ameliorated things by making someone "disappear". but it never seriously crossed my mind to make that happen.
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I do that faithfully, but for the less vigilant what does government plan to do about the generation of abandoned children certain to follow abortion restrictions.
This is a symptom that is feeding upon itself and getting bigger and bigger: bad parenting. With all the broken families...out of wedlock births...and inadequate role models (Beyonce being just one)...how can anyone be all that surprised???
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This is a symptom that is feeding upon itself and getting bigger and bigger: bad parenting. With all the broken families...out of wedlock births...and inadequate role models (Beyonce being just one)...how can anyone be all that surprised???
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I do that faithfully, but for the less vigilant what does government plan to do about the generation of abandoned children certain to follow abortion restrictions.
Why is it always the governments job to solve everything? What about personal responsibility?

You are suggesting that abortion is better than allowing an innocent child to be born...what right do you have to do this? Is it for you to dictate what someones life should be like?
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in the US today there is a severe SHORTAGE of babies available for adoption.
Really ?? Then why are there more than 100,000 children available for adoption RIGHT NOW ??

Oh wait, you obviously meant HEALTHY WHITE NEW BORNS. Who cares about the minority kids, the older children and those with special needs. Screw them, let em rot in the foster care system till they're 18, then kick em to the curb.
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Really ?? Then why are there more than 100,000 children available for adoption RIGHT NOW ??

Oh wait, you obviously meant HEALTHY WHITE NEW BORNS. Who cares about the minority kids, the older children and those with special needs. Screw them, let em rot in the foster care system till they're 18, then kick em to the curb.
White people generally adopt white babies. Blacks/blacks...Hispanics/Hispanics...on it goes. They all want healthy ones, too. What's your point, Bubba??? That if a white couple adopts a white baby to exclusion of all else...they are bigoted? I don't see it that way.

I wonder how many less babies would even BE stuck in the adoption cycle if people had good family values to begin with...respected their bodies...realized that what might result from their fooling around is a precious life...and there were better role models out there??? Miley Cyrus??? Beyonce??? C'mon...these gals (there are guys, too) are at least a little bit responsible for the mayhem...
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Really ?? Then why are there more than 100,000 children available for adoption RIGHT NOW ??

Oh wait, you obviously meant HEALTHY WHITE NEW BORNS. Who cares about the minority kids, the older children and those with special needs. Screw them, let em rot in the foster care system till they're 18, then kick em to the curb.
distraction, its not for us to decide somebody is better off dead.
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