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Anominus Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 11:15 AM
FlamingLiberalMulticulturalist: (FLMC) This is another pseudo-intellectual, similar to HOG, but taking a fallacious religious / personal opinion slant instead. He cannot understand the concept of “intent” with regards to natural miscarriage and abortion, or old age and murder, and apparently believes that a natural miscarriage is a matter of “willful neglect.” When pressed on the observable facts of abortion (legal or scientific), he will generally reply with an Obama-esque “it’s above my paygrade” dodge, then flip back to some argument based on his religious beliefs. It’s sad when generally atheistic lefties attempt to use faux-religion as their “best defense” against logical debate.
Russell15 Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 9:36 PM
The natural state is miscarriage/abortion. A woman can reasonably assume that 70 percent of her conceptions will die in abortion. She may assume that 42 percent of her conceptions will not have enough human DNA to live as a human. If she aborts in the first trimester she can reasonably assume that many of her zygotes/embryos would have died without her intervention.
Because abortion saves life, she can assume that if she does abort she will save another baby/child/adult. So the only reasonable thing to assume is that abortion is the logical and expected result of sex. It she wants to have a baby, then she may, but if she does not want a baby, she can abort.
Because abortion is the normal outcome of sex, she consents to abortion.
Anominus Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 6:28 PM
Pregancy is the natural consequence of sex - abortion is not.

One does not "consent to miscarriage" anymore than one "consents" to death by old age. It is a natural occurance whether you consent to it or not.

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