Ben Carson's Abortion Debate

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Ben Carson is not someone at the top of the list of presidential candidates from which to vote for. There happens to be more cons than pros and differences in our views. Many of these issues are difficult to come to terms with such as: the military, gun control, civil rights as well as abortion. One of the main reasons for this is due to his beliefs as well as point of view on religion. He tends to bring God into his propositions to justify his ideas and actions. If anything, it is barely possible to approve of very few of his proposals yet, even then, only to a certain extent. One cannot support his proposition if he himself cannot go through with them until the end and instead modifies them to his convenience and beliefs. It can be baffling …show more content…

However, what happens once the baby is born and the child is neither mistreated nor abandoned because the mother was not allowed to have an abortion as doing it for convenience was considered repulsive? What do those who are pro-life have to say then? There are hundreds of thousands of children already in the foster home system as well as orphanage; there is no need to add more. It should be a women’s decision what they should or should not do with their bodies. The issue is trying to protect fetuses, instead of the mothers who are well and …show more content…

Carson proposes a more upfront approach. Carson’s proposition of being more aggressive furthermore direct rather than passive-aggressive like the previous years has come to attention. He says we should listen to and consider Israel’s Prime Minister, Netanyahu says. Carson has said the U.S. must staunchly back its ally. He supported Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to Congress [denouncing Obama's nuclear limitation deal with Iran]. The use of violence is questionable on whether it is really necessary to help or solve the issues in the Middle East. Carson also suggests stopping limiting the military, that the U.S. should spend even more money on the military and sending troops to get rid of threats such as ISIS once and for all. This is asking for war, it is a suggestion to send people to fight as well as die when there is no need for such actions. Another thing is having a greater role in world affairs. Carson states: "I'm ready for leadership on the world stage and not just sitting around and waiting to see what other people do," he said. He wants to take control as well as have an impact on world issues, before he event begins to attempt fixing those issues within the

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