To Abort, Or Not To Abort, That Is The Question.

Over a ten year period (1997-2006) the CDC's MMWR statistical data on abortions reveals that on average 825,000-850,000 abortions were reported in each year. That's ruffly 8,250,000-8,500,000 reported abortions in a ten year period. These numbers do not include the most liberal state, California. If California's numbers were included, I'd increase those abortion numbers by 50% alone, just look at New York's numbers and you'll see what I'm talking about- and that's predominantly due to the very liberal New York City and not the state.

These are just facts, and incomplete at that, due to the lack of reporting. To really understand the immorality behind abortions one needs to research the individual history, politics, and philosophies of the famous abortion proponents. To grasp the horror of abortions one only needs to become knowledgeable in the various procedures used to conduct abortions. I recommend doing both, it paints an ugly picture.

Accepting ignorance to paint the world in appealing colors doesn't hide the knowledge as to who's holding the brush -- Lixivious, 2011
Lixivious Lixivious
41-45, M
1 Response Oct 29, 2011

Yes I agree. As I said before in other stories, life begins the moment of conception and not at birth. The baby is alive in the mother's womb. His heart is beating and his mind is thinking. He lies there all cuddled and warm and at peace and kicks himself up now and then. Abortion is a sin! It is taking the life of an innocent child. If one is thinking that life is nothing more than a cosmic accident then there is no moral refference and what would it matter anyway. But I believe in a Creator God that looks down at us. I think it makes God sad and angry when he sees the immoralities of people in this current age. Just because something is legal by the standards of the world doesn't mean that it is right in the eyes of God. <br />
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