The Majority of Americans Have Very Reasonable Abortion Views

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  1. Seaside

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    about 1,3 billion people in some way shape or form
     
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    On a personal level I don't agree with abortion. I don't believe in killing a potential life just because myself and the girl I stuck my dick in might find it inconvenient to raise a child.

    On the other hand if somebody else wants to do have an abortion that should be up to them, so I guess that makes me pro choice.
     
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    Yeah and who gives a shit?
     
  4. Seaside

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    i dont but i am saying 1.3 billion people do. not sure what you getting at
     
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    I'm pro choice, but honestly, I consider the best description of abortion as "justifiable homocide." I think we should just flat out say that what it is, in practical terms, we put price on life, and we put very little value on early unborn organisms.
     
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    How many cases of this are there? Like is it even in the hundreds?
     
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    And the Catholic Church covered up for kiddie rape. Why should i be concerned what the church or Alabama (lol) thinks about anything.
     
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    Here’s the hypothesis, counter, and rebuttal.

    http://freakonomics.com/2005/05/15/abortion-and-crime-who-should-you-believe/
     
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    You mean most americans are logically inconsistent. Why is X days after pregnancy ok but X+1 days is baaaad?

    Be logically consistent. Either an unborn baby is bad to kill the whole time or not at all.
     
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    There are about 175,000 rapes in the US per year (on the low side, since rape is generally held to be under reported). Using normative numbers for birth control and pregnancy rates, that gets you somewhere around 3,000 rape pregnancies per year.

    That’s terrible logic that presupposes the very black and white categorical definitions that it relies on.

    Does a baby become a toddler? Does a toddler become a child? Does a child become an adolescent? Yes, yes, yes. Do any of these things happen at one specific moment? Of course not. They are all gradual changes.

    Why is it, therefore, unreasonable to assume that at some point a baby isn’t a baby but a fetus? And at some point before that not a fetus but simply a fertilized egg?

    Are you ethically opposed to the “morning after pill”? Because, by your logic, it is just as immoral to take the morning after pill as it is to throw a newborn out a hospital window.

    Think, please.
     
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    Damn straight. It's population control. Look at the majority of women having abortions. They aren't raising upstanding citizens. The fact that they want to murder their would be offspring is all you need to know about how well off that offspring would be if not aborted. They would be starting at the bottom, and most people never rise to the top.
     
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    We are starting to put less and less value on the lives of the elderly, the sick, the infirm, hell the left openly celebrates telling people that are just unhappy to go to Switzerland and kill themselves. This also seeps in to how citizens of America can watch millions of civilians but get slaughtered by direct or indirect actions of our government and just shrug. That's what happens when people give up on the church's idea of the sanctity of life. Such compassion, we are truly enlightened.

    Y'all mf'ers need sum Jesus
     
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    See gents, right here, that's the compassion of a product of a public school education. Life means nothing.
     
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    I agree, actually. It’s not just the radical “lefty” who has given up on the sanctity of life, though. Paul Ryan would have everyone’s grandma living in a cardboard box and eating cat food if he had his way. Rand Paul ain’t much better there, I’m afraid.

    More like compassion that’s the product of reddit.
     
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  15. Ice That Jaw

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    I went to a private catholic school from kindergarton to grade 8. Lol
     
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    A good start. Well, only half of us still end up being catholic after that. I went through high school.
     
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    That was the plan for me, until I convinced my parents otherwise. It wouldn't have mattered anyway. All my best friends were made in my neighborhood and went to public schools.

    Had I went to catholic high school, I would have corrupted the fuck out of school buddies. Public school was rough.
     
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    I made a video tutorial called "How to pull out".

    No one watched it
     
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    "That 13% is gigantic. Enormous. Black people."

    "That 17% probably isn't even 17%. It's probably more like, 13% against. And that's like nothing."

    Your words betray you, very often.

    I've killed many billions of lives in my life just because my pants got tighter. Can't blame a woman for killing 1 if it's gonna ruin her life or lead to the kid having a miserable one.
     
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    To be fair, just about every human organization that exists has covered up sexual assault.

    And just about every organization that involves kids has covered up kiddie rape.

    It’s really not ideal.

    “Catholic Clergy Aren’t More Likely to Abuse Children Than Any Other Clergy... Or Men in General.”
    https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/...ut-clergy-sexual-abuse-in-the-catholic-church
     
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