“it’s nobody else’s business whether or not a pregnant woman decides to keep her baby or not.”
Therein lies the problem. You believe that her unborn child is no more valuable than the disposable diaper they may someday wear. I believe that her child is just as valuable as she is – as you and I are. You see, one’s value should never be determined by another. When it is, people invariably die. Why? Because many people are selfish beyond comprehension, and when they have the power to decide whether someone else lives or dies, they will consistently choose death if it results in a more comfortable and stable life for themselves.
This is exactly why euthanasia of the elderly is such a dangerous concept. Just like abortion has skyrocketed to 5,000 dead babies PER HOUR, killing the elderly will result in similar numbers someday. Their slaughter will have been built around the acceptance of human abortion – the acceptance that some human life is less valuable that other human life. And it’s always the lives of the strong that seem to be defined as more valuable while the lives of the weak are deemed expendable. The Nazi Germans once embraced a similar philosophy.
Can you now see why a pregnant mother killing her unborn child IS everyone’s business?