Pro-Life vs. Pro-Choice Essay

647 WordsSep 3, 20123 Pages
The controversy between pro-life and pro-choice has been a known issue throughout the world causing people to become polarized. On the pro-life side their members and opinions that reflect the beliefs of the Catholic/Christian faith communities. Many pro-life have stated that in any civilized community, the murder of one human being caused by another is seen as something that will not be taken nonchalantly. In this case the doctor is the murdered while the unborn child is the one being the helpless victim in a murder case causing us to seem like an uncivilized community. While pro-choice members and opinions have taken another point of view on the topic stating that the ability of women having a say in what they do to their bodies is critical to their civil rights. Both opposing sides have crucial points as to whether abortion should be legalized or not, but the most sensible resolution to this argument would be to legalize abortion in the case of rape with no other exceptions. In “"Pro-Choice" Americans at Record-Low 41%” stated that 50% of Americans have stated that abortion should be legal under certain circumstances, 25% say it should be legal in all cases, and the rest of the 25% stated it should be illegal under any circumstances. The ones who had said they were against abortion completely based their arguments stating that the children don’t have to die. They could simply be put into a shelter home especially children conceived from rape. It is believed that an unborn child should not be murdered for their mother’s or father’s deeds, rather than killing the child their proposal is to send them to an orphanage. This solution would be perfect, but in a home stereotyped to be one filled with horrible householders and unsanitary lifestyles the solution should not even be thought of. By visiting the Betty Jo McNeece Shelter Home in Imperial Valley, I was

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