People want to be heard. No matter what it is.
In a democracy, everyone's opinion should matter.
because they see it as murder. If someone is anti-murder, should their opinion matter?
Many of them support their countries soldiers going out and killing, call them heroes even if they haven't saved a single life. They go out and kill other people, people with feelings, hopes for the future, families, then call the killing of parasites that do not yet have the ability to feel murder..? Just because the government says you should go out and kill people doesn't make it right. I'm not saying they're evil; they think they're doing the right thing. My point is, they have double standards there.
However, as for my opinion on the military, I don't think anyone should be going out to kill and be killed unless it is absolutely necessary..But I do not resent those who choose to do so.
I mean no offense..
Yup. Personally, I'm pro-choice. I was just answering a question.
I'm not against abortion, but I would never push it on any one. I believe that's the woman's choice.
They will help you adopt the baby.<br />
Most countries law do care about what you do with your lives and bodies, why shouldn't thay care about the life of the unborn.
Some people play harder them others. No one is willing to feel cheated.
If you were born to a teen mother who considered it, and later found out you could not birth children, you would understand. <br />
BTW, I did adopt 2 children.
Because as a democracy, everyone's opinion matters.
Cause that is their beliefs. Sometimes you just have to deal with it.
"their" not they're.