Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Abortion, What's it Good For?

Abortion, what is it good for?

Close your eyes and imagine if you will, a child being born. Yes, through all the powers that be, this child is given life. The first few years are troubling; learning how to walk, talk, and the like. But this child survives.

Enters pre-school, then grade school, graduating into high school with honors. Burning both ends of a candle learning the facts and figures of life. Graduating high school and picking science as his/her Ph.D. in college. And yes, after four years of college; once again graduating with honors, with a Ph.D. in science; this time he/she heads out to external school life. Through trials and tribulations, eventually discovers and all-out-cure for AIDS.

The cure is developed into a pill form. And unlike any trial medications before, this is a proven cure. One pill, period. Yes, you read it right, one pill, period. If a person with AIDS takes onee pill, the immune system turns into some kind of warp recycler and in just a few days the AIDS virus is completely out of the person's system.

But alas, you open your eyes and discover that this child was aborted by his/her mother. And yet people are still dying by the millions from the AIDS virus.

What about Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein, Abe Lincoln, and many others? If their mothers would have aborted them, just where would we be today?

And what about this pro-choice organization? Should it not be called pro-death -- reason being -- we are killing all these future doctors, scientists, and the list could go on. And should not both parties of a choice - we know the woman's viewpoint, but the child is not permitted to choose? In a just society when a miscarriage occurs, the child in part has chosen. And as for the question I asked in the beginning, I have a two-word answer. I'll give you the question and answer in a nutshell:

"Abortion, what is it good for?"
Absolutely Nothin'!

(A word from the editor: "This came from my ninth child and I decided it should be seen by others.")

5 Comments:

At Thursday, October 27, 2005, Blogger Kevin said...

The book Freakonomics makes a case that the easy availability of abortion is responsible for the dramatic reduction in crime starting in the mid-90s, a time when government and law enforcement were saying that crime would only increase.

 
At Thursday, October 27, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just think how profoundly different the course of human history would have been if the mothers of Adolf Hitler, Pol Pot, Mao Tsedong, Jimmy Swaggart and Sam Brownback had gotten abortions.

What a wonderfully peaceful place this would be!!!

 
At Friday, November 18, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

And she who had been a victim all her life gave birth to a child. This child grew in a world that knew him not nor could proteect him from a certain fate - to suffer for a lifetime what Jesus suffered in three days. Innocent - he could be no more innocent than was he at birth. Why give this child up to a world that seeks him for one purpose only -= to inflict pain on him? No I say to you - be humane - do not allow this to happen

 
At Sunday, December 18, 2005, Blogger Krupo said...

There's a distressingly large number of people who really don't like or even hate life. As cool as nihilism sounds as a word, it's scary when people embrace it as their worldview.

 
At Sunday, December 18, 2005, Blogger freedomreigns said...

Abortion a womens right to do with her body as she sees fit. I think not. Think about the fact that what if her mother had said I would rather not have this child. Let's get rid of it as a piece of trash. Living oh, come on now. It's just a thing that came about from the procreation of a man and women. God blessed this and here we are saying that this should be allowed. A tiny little human being depending on the care of the women who is caring the child. What kind of conscience is this--that a women can have a abortion and snuff out the life of one of Gods most precious creations. What a sad state this world has come to.

 

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