Imperfect excuses for abortion

I have a very dear friend who is the product of rape. A decision was made to save a life. I have another dear friend who is the product of statutory rape. A decision was made to save a life.

With the science of medicine gaining more and more secrets of life using amniocentesis, we can now ascertain the future genetic outcomes of the yet-to-be-born human being.

A decision could be made to abort if the fetus has the destiny of becoming a diabetic. By the way, my mother was diabetic. I have another good friend who has multiple sclerosis — should future MS victims’ lives be terminated in the womb?

By the way, I have a chronic illness that is hereditary.

I ask you, pro-choicers, to tell all of us that our lives should have been terminated in the womb. We could then have heaven here on Earth for all the perfect humans.

Oh, I almost forgot, in the Bible it states that the descendants of the Ammonites and Moabites have an ancestral heritage. Could it be your and my lineage?

Those who have all perfection can make the abortion decisions.

Are there any volunteers for this position?

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