Lily wrote:Decrease wrote:Again, what I do not like about the pro-choice movement is that there is no logic to it. They just want choice... no questions asked. Yet, ultimately either they redefine life or your devalue life.
And what I don't like about the pro-life movement is they don't follow up. They figure that once the child is born, it's the parent's duty - not the society who forced it. They don't understand that support is more important that condemnation for someone in a very scary place, and they have no capacity to step into another's shoes. They figure that by making it illegal, it will stop it, when in reality is that the most of the women that do have abortions would still have one - in an unsafe environment.
That is not true. My family has both supported and worked with women who had children or who are post-abortive. One of the leaders in outreach to women after pregnancy and before is a relative of my wife, the one who shared the Gospel with my wife.
Get into the debate and answer my previous questions. Ultimately, you believe that all people are not equal and some do not have an intrinsic value to life and others do... based upon a popularity contest.
Debate? When you remove the references to Hitler, I will go back to your original questions. Until then, my answer is that I am pro-choice, because I do not have the capacity to make a choice for someone else without knowing their situation, and forcing them to conform to my own ideals.
This answer will be repeated ad nauseum until either a) the ludicrous references are removed so that a true debate is possible, or b) you accept my answer.[/quote]
All you have to do is logically show how it is different. Logically, that is all you have to do. The problem with people saying "I don't like that reference" is that this is not a logical rebuttal. All you have to do is show how the worldviews differ. I would be glad to correct my statements if you show how they differ.