Why Abortion Should Be A Crime?

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Abortion
Leader of Indian Independence Movement, Mahatma Gandhi once said, “It seems to me as clear as daylight that abortion would be a crime” (Gandhi, Mahatma). Federal law has given women the right to kill their children through abortion. Since the ruling of the Roe v. Wade in 1973, 58,586,256 (or close to 59 million?) children in America have lost their lives before they ever have the chance to protect themselves. In 2015 alone, 1,058,400 children were killed in the United States, and 43,800,000 world wide by abortion. The fight against abortion is the bloodiest war in world history. Americans are guaranteed the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness in the Constitution of the United states of America. If the Supreme Court
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Abortion should be illegal because life begins at conception, scientific and medical discoveries over the past three decades have verified and solidified this age-old truth. Dr. Jerome LeJeune, Professor of Genetics at the University of Descartes, Paris, discoverer of the chromosome pattern of Down 's Syndrome and winner of The Nobel Prize stated, "After fertilization has taken place a new human being has come into being… this is no longer a matter of taste or opinion, it is not a metaphysical contention, it is plain experimental evidence...." (When Does). As soon as the sperm makes contact with the egg, they mix and a cell is formed. Inside that cell is all the genetic make-up that a child needs to grow and live. The child already has its sex, hair color, eye color, and the rest of it’s DNA. Every abortions stops measurable brain waves. If someone is pronounced dead when his or her heart stops beating, then
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Each one of these myths have been exploded by research and hard data.
Research has shown that “one million illegal abortions” is simply a guesstimate drawn from less than reliable data from a few small or unrepresentative sample studies going back to the early 1900’s. Thirty-two years prior to Roe v. Wade the average number of illegal abortions occurring was 98,000 (Adamek, Raymond J). Although this is still a huge number it is less than 10% of what the pro-choice movement would want you to believe, and it is less than 8% of the 1.3 legal abortions that occur every year. By the Supreme Court legalizing abortion, they have cause 13 times as many deaths of unborn children and has exposed 13 times as many women to the risks of

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