Customize Your Child with Abortion

January 13, 2011 | 9 comments | Posted in Family | Tags: , ,

The pro-life movement has been warning people about this day for years. The day when abortion would simply become a tool to pick and choose the child of your choice. I don’t think there is ever a reason to abort, but our society has become okay with these reasons:

Not the right timing for a child? Abort.
Not enough money for a child? Abort.
Don’t want to deal with a child with special needs? Abort.

And now:
Don’t like the gender of your child? Abort.

A couple in Australia aborted twin boys because they really wanted a girl. And everyone seems shocked that parents could be capable of that thinking. Really? I’m surprised it hasn’t come sooner. Sad, but true. I wish it wasn’t so.

However, I’m glad that there’s still outrage from society. And the tide of opinion on abortion is continuously becoming more pro-life in the US. Let’s pray that society becomes more outraged about abortion, for any reason. And see more lives saved.

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Margaret Ott

I actually read of a case some years ago where a couple conceived twins and one of them was Down’s Syndrome. They selectively aborted the Down’s child, and everyone was shocked. Why? Because it put the healthy child at risk. Yet “imperfect” children are aborted every day. It’s a sad state our world is in when we casually destroy our own children.

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Margaret Ott

I actually read of a case some years ago where a couple conceived twins and one of them was Down’s Syndrome. They selectively aborted the Down’s child, and everyone was shocked. Why? Because it put the healthy child at risk. Yet “imperfect” children are aborted every day. It’s a sad state our world is in when we casually destroy our own children.

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Margaret Ott

I actually read of a case some years ago where a couple conceived twins and one of them was Down’s Syndrome. They selectively aborted the Down’s child, and everyone was shocked. Why? Because it put the healthy child at risk. Yet “imperfect” children are aborted every day. It’s a sad state our world is in when we casually destroy our own children.

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Dawn Miller

It is hard to believe that people can choose to kill any child but once they accept that I think it becomes easier and easier to believe that any reason is sufficient. I think it says something awful about our society. If seem that we are not to different from those who thought it was fine to kill Jews or others who were different from us. How sad our Lord must be that we can kill the life he creates.

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Dawn Miller

It is hard to believe that people can choose to kill any child but once they accept that I think it becomes easier and easier to believe that any reason is sufficient. I think it says something awful about our society. If seem that we are not to different from those who thought it was fine to kill Jews or others who were different from us. How sad our Lord must be that we can kill the life he creates.

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Dawn Miller

It is hard to believe that people can choose to kill any child but once they accept that I think it becomes easier and easier to believe that any reason is sufficient. I think it says something awful about our society. If seem that we are not to different from those who thought it was fine to kill Jews or others who were different from us. How sad our Lord must be that we can kill the life he creates.

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Lyssa Thames

i just have one question. No matter if they are doing it for a good reason or a horrible reason, why is it your business. I can understand if there action directly affected you, but they don’t. someone making a choice like this, no matter how much you don’t like it, doesn’t affect you. I know people who are religious have their reasons for not wanting abortions, but then that makes me ask why are you judging? I thought in pretty much every religion that its god’s job to judge. yet I see people every day who say they a Christan or Catholic judge people left and right. I just don’t understand why people think this is a public matter.

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Lyssa Thames

i just have one question. No matter if they are doing it for a good reason or a horrible reason, why is it your business. I can understand if there action directly affected you, but they don’t. someone making a choice like this, no matter how much you don’t like it, doesn’t affect you. I know people who are religious have their reasons for not wanting abortions, but then that makes me ask why are you judging? I thought in pretty much every religion that its god’s job to judge. yet I see people every day who say they a Christan or Catholic judge people left and right. I just don’t understand why people think this is a public matter.

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Lyssa Thames

i just have one question. No matter if they are doing it for a good reason or a horrible reason, why is it your business. I can understand if there action directly affected you, but they don’t. someone making a choice like this, no matter how much you don’t like it, doesn’t affect you. I know people who are religious have their reasons for not wanting abortions, but then that makes me ask why are you judging? I thought in pretty much every religion that its god’s job to judge. yet I see people every day who say they a Christan or Catholic judge people left and right. I just don’t understand why people think this is a public matter.

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