My Government Policy Wishlist: "Gwenisms" Essay

2004 Words 9 Pages
My “ism” focuses mainly on conservative viewpoints. I believe that we should return to a level of government that our founding fathers had designed and which established the freedoms and privileges we have enjoyed in this country. This is not to say that everything our country was founded on I agree upon. It is important to define my viewpoints are based on my beliefs and the way I have been raised. I believe in equality for all. We should not receive special benefits based on wealth, race, gender or position. Personal improvement and gain should be based on the effort you apply. In my “ism,” education funding is stable, abortion is illegal, health care is a choice, physical traits do not determine college acceptance, the United …show more content…
(Trice) Therefore, the student to teacher ratio is increasing as fewer teachers have jobs due to education budget cuts. This has the potential to decrease the quality of learning, and thus should be changed to help increase graduation rates.
Secondly, the law that the government has established that allows people to abort unborn babies is wrong; in my society, that would not occur. If life begins at conception, then it is murder, as defined by the killing of another person, because it is taking the life of the unborn child, no matter the age. Also, there are methods of preventing conception, and although they have a chance of being ineffective, people could stop having intercourse; they are too irresponsible in the first place if they cannot handle the possible consequences. Another argument for abortion is that the pregnant woman was raped and does not want the baby. If she was taken to or went to the hospital, there are medical ways of preventing pregnancy after rape. (Lowen)
People all over the world are also looking to adopt, therefore there is no need to abort the child. More than one million babies are aborted in the United States each year, and that equates to one million fewer workers, tax payers, social security payers, and people with plenty of potential. Forty-four percent of these women have had an abortion before, eighty-two percent were unmarried, and fifty percent were under the age of twenty-five. (Focus on the Family

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