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  • crown_613 crown_613 Dec 2, 2012 3:25 PM Flag

    Unborn vs. Born...

    An unborn baby is not biologically identical to the mother's body. An unborn baby has its' own unique individual genetic makeup (different from that of the mother) and has its' own unique individual blood supply (completely separate and different from that of the mother). These factors are exactly the same whether the baby is unborn or born.

    An 'unborn' baby is nourished by the mother before birth. A 'born' baby is generally nourished by the mother after birth. So (except in the case when the mother's life is in danger, etc.) why is it ok for a mother to have her baby killed before birth, but it is not ok for her to have it killed after birth?

    Sorry, but this whole subject reminds me of the very old joke about how many women with pms does it take to change a light bulb? Three; BECAUSE IT JUST DOES!

    No offense meant. Just trying to clarify a point. Cheers...

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    • I'm still just trying to figure out why our society has become so almost unrestrictedly permissive when it comes to abortion. When Roe v. Wade was first passed I vaguely remember that abortion was qualified only up to the first tri-mester. Then abortion was legally extended to the second tri-mester. Now there are some States which permit full term partial birth abortions.

      As long as I've dug myself into a hole, I guess the only thing I can do is dig the hole even deeper. I've heard that some women go crazy just once a month, but it only lasts for thirty days.

      Again, sorry. But the unborn innocents whose rights are being ignored seem to be in dire need of as many supporters as are able to come to their aid.

      Choose Life! Cheers...

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