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The Issues on Birth Control

Approximately 1.6 million murders are committed legally each year. With

the exception of laws in few states, the mutilated bodies of the victims are

thrown into dumpsters like pieces of rotten meat. While these victims lay

waiting in the infested dumpsters to be hauled off to a landfill, the

murderers are in their offices waiting for their next patient--the

accomplice to the murder. This is the murder of an innocent child by a

procedure known as abortion. Abortion stops the beating of an innocent

child's heart. People must no longer ignore the scientific evidence that

life begins at the moment of conception. People can no longer ignore the

medical and emotional problems an abortion causes women. People must stop

denying the facts about the procedure, and start hearing the silent screams

The argument by the pro-abortion side is that the unborn child is not

truly a child. Many people who are pro-abortion justify their beliefs

through the concept that a fetus is only a blob of tissue until it is born,

or the statement: life begins at birth. Abortion is not as simple as

removing a "blob of tissue" (as the pro-abortion activists put it) from a

woman's body. Abortion is the destruction, dismembering and killing of a

human life--an unborn baby. "But it is scientific and medical fact based on

experimental evidence, that a fetus is a living, growing, thriving human

being, directing his or her own development" (Fetal Development). A fetus is

not just a blob of tissue, rather a fetus is Latin for "offspring or young

one." Human life begins at fertilization, therefore it is wrong to murder

the innocent child in the womb. At a US Senate Judiciary Subcommittee

meeting, most scientists said that life begins at conception or implantation

of the embryo. No scientist at the meeting claimed that life begins at birth

(Factbot). Professor Hymie Gordon of the Mayo clinic stated "' . ...

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