Writing # 3-Pro life
Matters between life and death
Every child should be wanted and every child deserves a life. Even though I believe that a woman should have a choice in the matter I believe that there are other solutions than abortion. That said, abortion became legal in 1973, and here we are, almost 37 many years later, and the topic continues to be verycontroversial from both a political and moral perspective. It is a topic that almost every individual has a point of view on – many Americans may not be able to tell you who their Vice President is, but they can tell you with logical reasoning why they are right and others are wrong. In my opinion there are no between arguments for abortion, its only life or death. Abortion is wrong because it is immoral, murder, and unconstitutional.
Though I believe that abortion is wrong and immoral except for certain cases. 51% of women are against abortions except for the extreme cases of incest and rape. Sometimes having a child is life threatening and in that case women should have an abortion but in most cases abortion is just another form of birth control. The two most popular reasons why women are getting abortions are they aren’t ready for the responsibilities of a baby and/or they can’t afford the baby.
My final rationale for my pro-life position is that I myself am a beneficiary of a pro-life believer. I am adopted. Somesay that adoption isn’t always the correct way to go and their rational is this: how can a woman give up her child and not know how or where the child is. What is better to say, you gave your child a life and loving parents or because I am selfish I killed my unborn child. To me the woman who gave birth to me is not my mother, but a woman who had the option to terminate her pregnancy or give the “potential” she was carrying a life opportunity. I am the child who deserves a life and the child who is wanted by my adoptive parents/family. For me, I am the ultimate rationale...