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#26 - thelordofbutthurt (04/10/2013) [-]
Yeah I understand where you're coming from bro... That list I made isnt taking into consideration EVERYTHING lol
My point was that there should be an EXTREMELY strenuous procedure to ensure that the abortion isn't just willy nilly like you said y'know? Like there should have to be recommendations from
and Interviews with the family... I'm sorry if I didn't convey that in my other comment hahaha... But I agree with you.... I guess "Prolife" was the wrong label hahaha...
I just find it that if a couple has to have a kid like the 15 y/o's for example... that instead of killing it off they could give it up for adoption instead...
I also think that there should be precautions to stop birth right now... we are facing an overpopulation problem...
#62 - anonexplains (04/11/2013) [-]
Hate to burst your bubble man, but do you have any idea how much time and resources would be spent with such an evaluation?
This is the real world, where literally thousands of abortions are performed daily all over the world. People are impatient, and you can't screen ALL of them, it would take too much time. And would the services be state approved or private? Because if it is state approved, where will all that funding come from?
And if it's private, wouldn't they just go with the cash and skip the ethics a lot of the time?
I'm pro-choice based on
A) Overpopulation- way too many people, dwindling resources, shrinking world
B) It may ruin not just one life but possibly three if a baby comes into an unprepared family
C) Life endangerment of certain mothers
And other reasons i can't currently think of due to mental and physical exhaustion.
Your premise of screening is admirable, but ultimately unrealistic. Sorry guys.
#63 - thelordofbutthurt (04/11/2013) [-]
I know I said it was unrealistic but it's the best solution anyone can think of... For now it's just get the abortion or don't and that really sucks >.>
I wish this screening was possible though... IDK I think minimizing the way I said up there makes at least plausible don't you think?
When you get pregnant you HAVE to go to a Gyno, insurance SHOULD cover it and if not then the government covers it... you can get your GYNO evaluation then right? The biggest problem would be the Psychological evaluation right??
Any ideas on how to make this a little more of a plausible model ?
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#49 - luidias (04/10/2013) [-]
I don't see any reason why men shouldn't have any say in abortion issues. We're all human, why can't men have a say? Abortion laws affect our wives, daughters, sisters, etc, and I think a man can support whichever side of the debate he thinks is right.
but yes, fuck the asshole that was showing that shit to kids. like, what the fuck.
#67 - tgntgn (04/11/2013) [-]
Let me rephrase that, I feel that if the man has something to do directly with the woman getting an abortion, then he can have input, but when it comes down to it, it is all the woman's choice, because it's her body. I think a man can have an opinion and support whatever side he wants, but he doesn't have the right to shove it down the throats of women when he will never fully understand that emotional toll it takes on a woman to have an abortion, or even to have an unwanted pregnancy, or miscarriage. I'm all for people having opinions and supporting their own views.