It was me.
So you are saying because a woman choose not to substain from certain
activities, she selfously has the right to kill the baby. Then in the
instance of rape and insest, depending on age(if it is a 12 or 13 yr old
thats different), then again you are saying because someone else did
something wrong the baby gets the death penilty. If they know for sure 100%
that they woman will die if she carries the baby, then maybe it might be
neccessary, then again she probably was warned not to get pregnant in the
Deborah mom of 4
From: - Joy - <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Sunday, September 12, 1999 3:10 PM
Subject: The Abortion/Euthanasia Thread (Long!)
>To whoever asked me about why a woman had the right to abort a pregnancy
>instead of having a baby and putting it up for adoption... (Sorry, but I
>hit the delete button instead of reply by accident, and I can't remember
>who it was).
>First, all unwanted pregnancies are not the result of unprotected sex.
>Some women take all precautions, and still end up pregnant. Even the
>most effective methods of birth control (except abstinence) are only 98%
>effective. Should they suffer for a mistake? I don't think so. Then,
>there's the issue of rape and incest. Should a woman be forced to
>suffer a reminder of her trauma for nine months? I don't think so.
>Then, some women can't physically sustain a pregnancy. Is it right to
>sacrifice the life of a functional human being, on whom people depend,
>for the mere potential of what a fetus might become? I don't think so.
>Speaking of potential, my religion (Judaism) says that life is not
>considered such until it touches outside air. Everyone's definition and
>beliefs are different, and we can not restrict what other people can and
>cannot do because of what we believe.
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