Pro Life Vs Pro-Choice Argument

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The controversial discussion about pro-life and pro-choice dates back to the ruling of the famous Roe v. Wade Supreme Court case and continues to be a topic of discussion in the twenty-first century. In your editorial, “No Choice rather than Pro-Choice,” in the July 10, 2015 issue of the Seattle Times, the topic of discussion was whether or not women should have the right to an abortion. The arguments that you discussed were unclear and the facts you provided were not quite accurate. I did not know whether to believe that you were against abortion or for it at times, which gave me the impression that you may be confused. You started off your editorial with a disclaiming statement as to what you believe in, by saying that “abortion is such an …show more content…

However, there is one war that is one of the most horrible and it has gone unnoticed. The topic of abortion has been going on for decades now, but most Americans do not recognize that it is truly a war, right here in our country. This war has claimed the lives of over 60 million in the past forty-two years (CDC). The war of abortion is what has been unnoticed for a while now. This misfortune is as shocking as anything terrorists can perpetrate, because it hits at the core of humanity and our country. It takes the lives of precious individuals that bind our country together. You are not seeing that this is a war in our country; instead you are worrying about why the men are making the decisions for the women: “it seems so arrogant and callous for men - who dominate state and federal governments and judgeships - to make decisions about what women may or may not do with their bodies and the life that grows inside them.” The men dominate the governments because women tend not to run, and someone has to get the job, “men are more than 60 percent more likely to run for office than women” (American University). The data was taken from a survey by the American University to show that women tend to not run for state and federal offices simply because they do not have confidence or do not care to run. Therefore, men take the initiative and run for state and federal offices. Also, the war of …show more content…

Williams, you are entitled to your opinion, and I respect that. I have done an extensive amount of research on this topic, to the point I am almost an expert. The information that you provided did not give a clear understanding of why we should be pro-choice rather than pro-life. You should ask yourself if killing a human is the right decision. The obvious response to this question should be no, why is it necessary to harm a female and the unborn human? Abortion is not the right path to take, because it is killing a human being that could potentially change the world. You should consider another route, because the one that you are considering is dangerous for woman to consider and morally incorrect. I have provided essential examples to why abortion is a no, now it your decision to either listen or kill an unborn. Make a wise

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