because that’s the logic i see many pro-choicers use to defend abortion: they say it’s okay if the baby was going to be born into a family of poverty. it’s okay if the baby was going to be given up for adoption, because hey let’s just completely disregard the entire concept of adoption just because the system isn’t 100% perfect, right??? if you do believe these things, then why don’t you tell kids living in poverty or foster care today that they don’t have the right to be alive, that they should have never been born. don’t want to tell them that? then shut up with those arguments. and realize that there are lots of stories of people who were born into a bad situation and worked hard and became very successful. why don’t pro-choicers care about those stories of those inspirational people?
these are people we’re talking about. human beings. no different from you or i. only, we got lucky and got to be born. what gives you the right to say “oh that person shouldn’t even be born. they should be torn into pieces and sucked into a vacuum.” (the way many abortions happen)
and you know… i think pro-choicers see people as a burden and think there are “too many people” in the world. did they ever stop to think that those aborted people are NOT a burden, they would have grown up, done great things, helped people, produce useful products, make new discoveries, be creative, solved problems?? why do pro-choicers only see them as some kind of burden, and they never see the wonderful potential??