Pro Life And Pro Choice

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3,000. That’s the number of innocent people whose lives were taken away from them on September 11, 2001; a date that will go down in time as one of the biggest tragedies in U.S. history. Most individuals know this. What many don’t realize, however, is that it’s also the number of babies that are killed everyday by a legal murder: Abortion. That’s 3,000 potential lives, hopes, and dreams that are cruelly put to a halt by the person who is supposed to love them most; their mother. All simply because they are unwanted. Every single day. And I can almost guarantee you that not even a single prayer is said for them. Abortion, as defined by The National Right to Life Organization, is any premature expulsion of a human fetus, whether naturally spontaneous , as in a miscarriage, or artificially induced, as in a surgical or chemical abortion. The topic has been highly debated for centuries, and it is very likely that the opposing sides, pro-life and pro-choice will never completely see eye to eye or understand each other’s perspectives. Regardless, I stand before you today as a pro-lifer. I strongly believe abortion is wrong, not only because of it’s immoral and unethical aspects, but also because life is a privilege, and nobody, especially a helpless unborn infant, deserves to have that privilege taken away from them. Life begins at conception. Even the most deeply-rooted liberalists can not argue the abundance of scientific and medical evidence that supports that fact. Multiple

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