Abortion In Abortion

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Abortion is a symptom of a fundamental human error. The error is made when someone gets in the way of something they want, they think they can solve this by putting that person or child out of their lives, although that is not true. Abortion is a poisonous root, a root referred to as selfishness. For those who do not know abortion is terminating the pregnancy of an innocent child during 28 weeks of birth. According to (worldmeters.info), there are about 3,000 abortions per day and about 19,274,851 this year in counting. Many people should believe that abortion is not right and it is very sad that even though there is a short percentage of pregnancies that end in abortions, many people would agree that there should be none at all. Abortion …show more content…
Life is the existence of an individual human that contains cells, organs, membranes and etc. Every human being has freedom although in today’s society; freedom of choice is such a nice way of saying slaughter the unborn. In a lawsuit seeking Abortion ban, abortionist Dr. Timothy Johnson was questioned on whether or not the unborn child feels pain when its own mother is going through with an abortion: Judge Richard C. Casey asked Johnson “does the unborn feel pain?” Johnson then said he had so specific research on the question. The judge then pressured Johnson on whether or not he had ever thought about the question. Earlier that day another doctor that had come in and stated that the child never dies instantly after the abortion procedure. The judge then said “simple question, doctor. Does it ever cross your mind? Johnson said no. “Never thought about if the child feels pain during the process?” Judge Richard repeated the question. “No” Johnson answered. According to Robert J White an unborn child in the womb that has been growing for 20 weeks “is fully capable of experiencing pain… Without question, [abortion] is a dreadfully painful experience for any unborn child going through this procedure.” How many people wonder that when they are having an abortion if they are hurting the baby or how many even wonder if the baby dies right after? The guess would be NONE! Abortion is a ten-minute procedure people regret the …show more content…
Deciding whether or not to have a child is a big decision that involves: preparation and planning. According to The Colorado Department of Public Health unintended pregnancies are expected to have many birth defects, higher risk of child abuse and lastly lower educational attainment. In addition, statics show that 49% of all pregnancies are unplanned. Admittedly, people should not bring a baby into an environment where the child is unwanted. Although, there is a better way of taking care of these type of situations such as having an adoption. 85% of children that have been adopted have been very healthy. Giving a child up for adoption is much better than having an abortion because people are not going to be stuck with the guilt of having to take the life of their own child, people can give their child to someone who wants to have a baby although they can due to medical reasons and lastly the baby will be In good hands. Everyone deserves a chance to live. Coming from a different perspective there are no unwanted children just unfound families and people never know once their child is born they may change their minds and do everything they can to support and care for their child. Many people fail to realize that having a baby is the best gift ever; it is a miracle of life because at that moment when people lay eyes on something they have created,

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