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Do you believe that the level of one’s terror determines their right to live or die? Imagine if the person locked in the basement were a mentally challenged human being incapable of understanding their plight. Would killing them be more or less acceptable? Imagine if they were deaf and blind, Does this make their killing more palatable?

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You don\'t have to share this but your basement analogy is completely different from a child in the womb. There are major differences in these 2 situations, both equally horrible but still very different. For one, the fetus is not in constant fear and terror, where as the kidnap victim is. Could you please explain further for me. I don\'t see that as a good argument.

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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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