Life begins at birth (abortion)
Science says life begins at conception... or at least something like heartbeat, brainwaves or viability. The left ignores science for political agenda and claims it doesn't begin until a full term fetus's little toe is out of the birth canal: up until then, killing it the viable baby is the mother's choice, and just getting rid of a parasitic clump of cells. In fact, if the baby is born alive by accident, you can neglect it until it dies, because it's actually not "alive" until the mother decides she wants to keep it.
Abortion is a complex moral issue -- but the scientific part isn't that fuzzy. If you want to get deeper into the medical, ethical or legal implication, I suggest you read this following article. But my point in this one is just that the left has an absurd anti-Science position claiming that birth is when we should confer status of being "alive", when by all measures, that has to happen long before birth. Just ask a Woman who felt the baby moving and lost it though miscarriage, if she thought it was alive.
Abortion is a deeply personal view, and I used to explore people by asking or sharing my views on it and seeing how they respond.This article covers many aspects of the topic, in what I hope is a somewhat neutral and informed way, though I openly have and express my opinions. The point is not to change anyone's mind, and I leave people room for their own personal views. more...