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The pro-choice group really does not have an argument other than the right to choose. It is, unfortunately, not much of a choice when it involves killing a living thing without reason. The political ramifications have reached such a point that the abortion is the only medical procedure that has no age restrictions (or require parental consent). Abortion also goes against the scientific laws of nature. In the creative scheme of things, after God, women occupy a very important place. Such power cannot be misused. Even atheists would concede the powerful natural forces at work here. A woman's body goes through significant changes as it readies it self to create a brand new human being. Abortion cuts this process short.

Then there are guilt feelings and burdens of society. Obviously, a woman who goes through abortion merely for convenience would be guilt ridden for a long time (if not for the rest of her life). Not to mention the fact it is lazy and irresponsible.

People who attack and kill doctors who engage in abortion are defeating the very cause they espouse. Internet web sites like the Nuremberg Files also undermine the concept of the humanization.

Knowing the above however, I must opine that Roe v. Wade should never be overturned. A safe medical procedure is necessary. It should give women a safe option if the mother's life is a risk. In case of rape, sexual abuse and incest, an option to abort should be available. That being said, for women under the age of eighteen, parental consent should be necessary.
Counseling should also be available pre and post-abortion. And yes, without proselytizing, the moral nature of life and the sanctity of life should also be emphasized. Bibliography Callahan, Joan C. "The Fetus and Fundamental Rights." The Ethics of Abortion: Pro-Life vs. Pro-Choice. Eds. Robert M. Baird and Stuart E. Rosenbaum. Rev. ed. Buffalo, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 1993. 203-09. ChristianAction. "Prolife: 10 Arguments against Abortion." 2009. Christian Action. org. April 11, 2009. . Noonan, John Thomas. "The Morality of Abortion; Legal and Historical Perspectives." The Morality of Abortion; Legal and Historical Perspectives. Ed. John Thomas Noonan. Cambridge, Mass.,: Harvard University Press, 1970. 51-59. Steyn, Mark. America Alone: The End of the World as We Know it. Washington, DC Lanham, MD: Regnery Pub.; Distributed to the trade by National Book Network, 2006. Tourolaw.edu. "Roe V. Wade: Decided January 22, 1973." 2003. TouroLaw.edu. November 19, 2003. . White, Erin. "Roe's Change of Heart an Example." 2003. IDSOPinion. November 19, 2003. . The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people. (http://www.house.gov/Constitution/Amend.html) No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws. (http://www.house.gov/Constitution/Amend.html).....

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