Abortion Debate

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Title: Abortion Debate
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Subject: Psychology
Date: December 16, 2004
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The constitution obviously supports a “right to life” because of the three themes: • Benefit of the doubt • All people are created equal • Hierarchy of Rights If in a religious aspect and through government it is not wanted then why do people continue to go and have abortions? If you weren’t responsible when you were having sex why are you going to go kill someone that you have brought into the world? It is your fault that you did not decide to be safe and be cautious so now this is your responsibility...
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This has happened to you for a reason and instead of being happy about you are ruining someone’s chance in the world and your life. You will have guilt with you for the rest of your life and you also may never be able to have another child when you want to...
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