4chans stance on abortion.. . lam about . on the an hand I support it because it la killing children. On theather, warm a ermine.
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4chans stance on abortion.

lam about .
on the an hand I support it because it la killing children.
On theather, warm a ermine.
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Submitted: 05/03/2014
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#1 - deezknuts (05/03/2014) [+] (9 replies)
1. this post is funny and will probably receive a lot of thumbs
2. this post is talking about abortion
3. ABORTION DEBATE IMMINENT

I'll start it off:

RESOLVED: Abortion is wrong because biology
#11 - redblueyellow (05/04/2014) [-]
I sometimes use this as a conversation starter and the look on people's faces just before they realize I'm making a joke is priceless
#20 - thelifelineband (05/04/2014) [+] (2 replies)
Remember kids, even 4chan reposts.
User avatar #22 - zapapplejam (05/04/2014) [-]
I'm pro-choice because it's none of my ******* business weather or not someone wants an abortion or not. Sue me.
#13 - pebar (05/04/2014) [-]
How 'Pro-Choice' are Democrats? Democrats are not pro-choice....
#6 - robuntu (05/04/2014) [+] (5 replies)
I am seriously pro-abortion. Not pro-choice.

I think parents should sit down and decide that they are ready and able to provide for a child. Then they should have a child. Everyone else who got drunk on a Saturday night and hooked up or who have been dating for a while and just seeing how things go.....abortion by default.

Unless you've already been looking at cribs and picking out colors for the babies room - just abort!
#10 to #9 - robuntu (05/04/2014) [-]
So you are seriously advocating the societal benefit of ill-equipped parents having children that fail at life - so you can ensure there is someone willing to flip burgers at minimum wage for you?

Like - let's just ignore the problems associated with bad parenting and social-economic issues that go hand-and-hand promoting a cycle of poverty - where those least prepared to have children, have them, dooming themselves and their children to another generation of poverty.

Let them get food stamps and grow up poor in bad neighborhoods (bad because of the criminals and violence, that, in 15 years these same kids will be creating)....let them attend crappy, underfunded schools, with a horrible home life that will inevitably lead to them repeating the same mistakes their parents (or often parent) made....

As long as we have plenty of people willing to do crappy jobs?

The world has *plenty* of people. There are millions of qualified, honest, hard-working, educated people who are TRYING to get into the United States. We don't need to encourage breeding of crappy kids so that in 20 years we will have a janitor who will work for cheap. If we find ourselves with a shortage of workers - we can bring in legal immigrants. And that's a big IF that may or may not be a problem in the future.

Less crime, more funds to allocate to kids that will have a chance at benefiting from it, financial stability for people who would have struggled to support their children, less problem children screwing up the school system. It's win-win.

Abortions for everyone!
User avatar #28 - skunkarena (05/04/2014) [-]
Overpopulation crisis and an ability to get rid of all those unwanted teenage pregnancies, and people are still arguing. Lets have less people around with more food and land and less deforestation.
#27 - mrevitcartta (05/04/2014) [-]
Or any babies really.
#19 - anonymous (05/04/2014) [-]
I am pro-choice because I don't want to deal with the bratty demonspawn of reckless teenagers who don't use protection

inb4 yeah there's others too, but I really don't want a generation made up of kids whose parents weren't ready for them
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