Abortion: Pro-Life vs. Pro-Choice

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From the day you are born, learning and education are the most important skills for survival in today's society. The most valuable thing learned on your journey of life is the ability to distinguish "Right from Wrong", both technically and morally. Though easy at first with the minor day to day issues we deal with, it can become quite difficult when more pressing issues are placed in front of you. Many things influence a person's judgment. While one person believes that their view is the absolute truth, another sees that person as idiotic and uneducated. The important thing to remember when making a decision is to be open-minded, and push the outside influences away so that you can see both sides of the issue and make a decision for …show more content…

I was surprised when i got into the arguments, and believed that the Pro-Life supporters were just as I was and supporting an argument with no real research. Their strongest protest is that the Bible is against it. This may be true, but with an issue that affects over 250 million people and not all of them christian you can't use that view. That means the same to some people and the Quran means to the Jews. I do not, however, cinsider it fair to refuse a fetus of human genetic makeup human rights or a right to life. The problem is when excatly to give these rights. The day before birth is far to late, but if you go back to conception you are on the verge of saying that every menstral cycle and mastubatory ejaculation is wreckless abandonment. As of right now I have considered it to involved to make a decision and i choose to remain undecided. Willthe issue ever be solved? I think so, but i think it will be a while before any real progress is made.
Now maybe you have heard enough evidence from both sides to form your own opinion.Instead, maybe like me, you have fouind the issue extremely difficult and also remain undecided. The choice is always yours to make. I encourge you to be open-minded, and be sure to understand both sides of an issue to better find your


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