Sorry you felt offended by my response, I do not think this is the appropriate forum to throw comebacks at each other. I'm just saying that the little tiny speck of life is still human. You can pick as many flowers as you want, but none of them will ever be human. If you let the little speck continue it's grow (assuming there are no complications) it will be human.Elementary - Dear Watson said:No... Not 100%... The world rarely works in definates. But definately a high percentage do...marfin_ said:It's better to kill them off then give them a chance at actually becoming something? Surely your not saying that 100% of all kids that grow up in a foster home have a bad life and grow up to become non beneficial members of society?Elementary - Dear Watson said:Personally I would reccomend abortion.
As someone who is adopted myself, I watch the state of Adoption, and unfortunately the chances of being adopted nowadays are few and far between! Last year only 60 kids were adopted in the UK which means most grow up in foster homes! That is not a good life!
Abortion is a lot more fair to the little chap/chappette!
(Oh, and actually entertaining the thought of bringing it up, it far beyond me! Not ready for that shit yet, my job is too important!)
And I am not of the beleif that killing something without conciousness is killing at all, so unfortunately what ever further comback you have will not sway me what so ever... seriously, abortion to me, in the early stages, is no worse than picking a flower...
Saying that, i'd rather there was more education, and that people didn't get to the position where they have to consider such options, I am just of the persuasion that the option of abortion should be availiable.