Some people shouldn’t get to live, due to something about them that’s completely out of their control. I think it should be socially acceptable to just kill them for basically no reason.
I know the way to get people to accept these blatantly horrible ideas is through the use of different terminology. I can’t call them people and I can’t call it murder to kill them, people will clearly never accept if I use those accurate terms.
So, perhaps you can help me decide. For the group of innocent people who I believe should lose fundamental rights for no fault of their own should I call then Negros or fetuses?
And should I relabel murder as lynching or as abortion?
It’s really all in the terminology.
Like most of the issues people argue about regarding abortion this issue has nothing at all to do with the point.
No matter how an unplanned pregnancy affects your life it can never in any way give you the right to murder an unborn baby.
No one would think it’s reasonable to murder a child or adult because they are causing you difficulty (no matter how much) and I have no idea why many people think it’s alright just because that other person hasn’t been born yet.
I’m not in any way saying unplanned pregnancies are never difficult, but they are never a reasonable excuse for murder. Any other arguments are extraneous to the issue.
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So, I’m all for it for federal employees because the federal government is far larger than it should be.
However, that loss of employees assumes two things, the employer works within a budget and desires to make a profit. I think we all know how well these apply to the federal government.
The government we separated from wouldn’t even dare to dream of holding the type of oppressive power we now blindly hand to unelected Washington bureaucrats.
I’m split on the death penalty. Obviously the death of an innocent unborn is wrong (if you hold that opinion). But when someone has either murdered someone, or raped someone… I begin to feel like I want them dead. This is an emotional response nevertheless. I feel like if it is used, it should be under extreme circumstances. I’m not sure at this point. When you factor in Judicial error, it complicates things even further, but wrongful convictions are a seperate issue. Although if someone is found guilty in a court of law…
I don’t know, if someone wants to chime in on this and convince me either way. Have at it.
I can’t understand how someone could have trouble comprehending the difference between an innocent baby and a convicted killer, regardless of your beliefs regarding what should be legal in regard to them.