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Abortion In the time that we live in, it seems to me that humans have lost the respect for life. For one to actually be able to say they no longer want this human existing blows my mind out of the water. Abortion is clearly an act of murder, allowing one human to destroy another. Though the federal government has allowed these acts to continue, there has become stricter laws to which must abide by. Thus allowing for these kinds of acts would be violating the laws that we Americans abide by, manipulating the text that is so clearly stated. Let us take step back from this issue and reflect on how one would come about to an abortion. If one was a true American than he/she would respect and obeyed by the first laws that this country was built on, which were the words of the Bible. These words state that neither man nor women should indulge themselves in any sexually related act before marriage. Now if we reflect on the issue of who or what age group of women are committing most abortions it would be the unmarried. The promiscuous acts of these young ladies tend to show up around 9 months later. Of course these girls are nothing but children themselves, so how would they be able to raise a child into this world? I believe that this is the reason why we have allowed abortions to take place in this God believing country. But is it right? This is murder and those who are involved being mother, father, members of the family, and/or doctors, should be tried as a murder. Some might argue that this child is not even alive yet but an embryo, which makes it not human. But who has the right to say at what state is a human actually a human. And who has the right to take away that “embryos” God given gift of life. This is one of us, but living between tissues of skin depending solely on its mother. This undeveloped human is at its beginning points of life and to take away its’ opportunity of living is clearly murder and should punishable ...

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