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Nope, that isn't the way debate works. If you make a claim, it's your burden to prove it true, not everyone else's burden to prove it wrong.
As a side note, I'd probably shy away from the debate advice you've given a couple posters on this board, because you're making some pretty big logical fallacies in your posts. It's getting a little hypocritical.
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"Throw all the stones you like. My house is made of stone. LOL!"
I didn't know that inconsistent, hypocritical arguments were made of stone. They look pretty transparent to me.
"So if they did not survive, no harm done really. They are not babies. They do not have arms and legs and heartbeats..."
I'm going to remember this one.
No, I would not try to make abortion illegal.
My dd cut this out of the paper this morning:
Why would you think that? The risks of using 2 forms of birth control over a long period of time might be more undesirable than the smaller risk of needing an abortion.
Oh for sure.
Unless one has had their uterus or testicles removed, you betcha.
Yup. And for some, abortion may be their preferred method of risk management.
Because maybe they prefer the risks of another form of birth control that is not physically invasive upon their bodies?
Maybe they prefer to accept the 95-99% efficacy rate of BCP, and the lower %age risk of needing an abortion to a physically invasive procedure ? As is their right.
~The risks of using 2 forms of birth control over a long period of time might be more undesirable than the smaller risk of needing an abortion.~
I'm not sure how that would work anyway in re: to avoiding abortion, ie.
Well i have had an abortion and i had my reasons and they are my own and i have to say even years after the fact...
still a great decision.
You always hear about what a mistake it was and how the woman always regrets it and how torn up she was and how she agonized over it and i thought I would give the other side of it.