Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Abortion

I'm tired of this abortion BS that is flying around. Anyways, for those who really care, this is my stance:

Women should have the freedom to choose! This is what freedom is all about.

Abortion should stay legal.

Abortion should not be used as an after-thought contraceptive.

Oh, and stem cell research is a way cool thing.

nuff said.

7 comments:

Chef Chick said...

amen.

Anonymous said...

Yes, killing innocent babies because you got drunk and fucked some girl, and got her pregnant is a great right to be proad of. You assholes need to relize that it's not your choice to take away another humans life. And if you try to justify this with the case of rape, there is adoption as an option. Stop the killing of innocent babies, if you want to kill something... go kill yourself.

Bill said...

Somebody is a little sensitive. All gereralizations.

Peace, brother.

Anonymous said...

FUCK YOU! How in the hell can you say women have the right the have an abortion? Do you honestly think women have the right the kill babies? Will just like that one guy said if you want to kill something GO FUCKIN KILL YOURSELF!! Abortion should ALWAYS BE ILLEGAL!

Anonymous said...

What is right and what is wrong? Who really determines this. This is why we have a free society. If we didn't have choices then we would have a dictatorship enviroment telling us what is right and what is wrong. Yes, it may be wrong, but has anyone put some thought in what affect abortion has on society in general? Maybe there are some positive side affects that we don't realize. So before jummping on either side let's look at the long term affects before judging...

Snoopy said...

In all honesty, I think a woman has the right to do anything with her body. Bet you if Anonymous' mother knew how much of a cornball he would be she would've aborted him all the same.

karis said...

We should put this abortion debate to rest by allowing the unborn child to come to the world and choose whether s/he wants to live or to be aborted . What right do we have to choose for him/her whether to live or die?