Should Abortion Be Legal?

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Abortion should be legal? How would you feel if someone took away your ability to live? Imagine not having any say in whether or not you want to have a life. Well babies don 't have a choice in their mother’s womb.. In today’s court’s one can be tried and often be given a hefty prison sentence for doing this unspeakable crime of taking a life. But the real question is what is considered life? And can something that isn’t technically born can be given rights? This leads me to my argument of abortion. Abortion, as defined by WEbmd, is the ending of pregnancy by removing a fetus or embryo before it can survive outside the uterus. In other words, ending the life of an unborn child. There has been a lot of controversy on whether this should be …show more content…
California law includes “a deliberate intention unlawfully to take away the life of a fellow creature.” In fact, the murder of an unborn baby still constitutes of murder according to law. For example, The Unborn Victim of Violence Act guarantees that that when a criminal attacks a pregnant woman, and injures or kills both her and her unborn child, he has claimed two human victims. The bill would establish that if a “child in utero” is injured or killed during the commission of certain federal crimes of violence, then the assailant may be charged with a second offense on behalf of the second victim, the unborn child. Before this law was passed unborn children were not seen as people of violent crimes. But would abortion not be considered a violent crime? If we are to follow the definition of what constitutes as murder, then we can clearly see that abortion is a violent crime because it is indeed murder. This is clearly more than enough evidence to show that abortion should be illegal. How could the law prosecute a stranger for killing a baby but not the very own person who created that …show more content…
His motive for this was just purely discrimination and singling out people he felt didn’t have “traits” that satisfied him. Abortion is exactly the same thing when a mother ends her child’s life on the pure notion that they have a defect or traits they feel are undesirable. In 1990, the US passed the Americans with disability act which insures full rights and protection to those with disabities. A mother takes this right away from that child once she decides to end that childs life. 80% of of pregnancies end in abortion once a mother finds out their baby is being diagnosed with down syndrome. This is an complete and utter outrage that needs to be stopped. Does the U.S not recognize that every life is precious and unique, even one with

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