I agree, why bring a child into this world if they are not wanted. Where we disagree is how to accomplish this.

Me: you stop a child from entering this world by not allowing male and female gametes to fuse.

You: you stop a child from entering this world by killing them while awaiting their birth.

You see, once fertilization has occurred, a new human being exists. Period. Killing this person inside or outside of the womb is wrong for the same reason, regardless of what the law states. After all, the Nazi genocide was legal under German law at the time, as was American slavery during its reign.

Finally, I’m going to let you in on a little secret: there’s life after childhood. People like you who want to see others less fortunate than you destroyed in the womb tend to forget that. In fact, childhood only represents about one-fifth of our lifespan. Do you really think it’s better to kill someone who may not have a permanent family over allowing them to be shepherded by a team of volunteers who will care and provide for them until they are independent? Do you?

Stand for Life.

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Tell me this: Why bring a child into this world if they are not wanted? There are literally millions of unwanted children awaiting adoption who remain unclaimed. Why unwillingly bring another child into the world if they have no one willing to be their parent or guardian?

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A plea to win the hearts of those who choose to dehumanize our development and undermine our right to live.

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