The Ethics And Values Of Abortion Essay

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Abortion Considering America’s ethics and values, taking an innocent life is morally wrong. Therefore, I believe that the aborting an unborn fetus is morally wrong as well. Abortions, the unethical practice of terminating unborn fetuses should not be allowed because it takes an innocent life and comes with several mental and physical risks. Abortion claims thousands of lives every year. There is an untold value on these lives. When a person aborts a pregnancy, they do not know who is being terminated and what that person could have brought to the world, such as teachers, scientists, the president and more.
There truly is not a more controversial or passionate debate as the one on abortion. This issue is completely unique due to the firm line between groups that support or are against it. Whichever side a person finds themselves on, usually for many reasons, it becomes a fierce and firm position that will not waiver. In this case I am glad that people are so passionate, a human life is at stake. This subject should bring great feelings and beliefs up. I would be completely sickened if abortion was just an easy decision and did not spark any emotions in people. As stated earlier, abortion is defined as “the deliberate termination of a human pregnancy, most often performed during the first twenty-eight weeks of pregnancy.” According to Students For Life Of America there are many risks with having an abortion, including medical, emotional, and health issues that can happen…

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