Abortion is one of the most controversial and hot issues debated, and is an issue that
will never be agreed upon, just going round and round in circles. By bringing morals, which are derived from personal conscience, into the question of whether the government should abortions, this matter has been promoted to a higher level of argument. It is no longer viewed as a decision made from choice but as a question of principals, and these concepts have led to a full-blown argument concerning matters that really should not be questioned.
Every woman in the world should have the right to decide how to carry their beings. No government should feel that they have the right to dictate to a person what road their lives should take. Those claiming "pro-life" are really no more than "anti-choice". These pro-lifers crave to put the future of women into the hands of the government.
Abortion, and any medical decisions women make, are very private and should never be available for debate. The question of morality can't be a valid argument concerning abortion, because it is not of morality but of option and constitutionality.
"The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people," is stated in the ninth amendment. Right here, guarantees all women the right to abort a pregnancy. Pro-choice people plea that abortion is the murder of a child, but most do not consider the fetus a child.
A common assumption is that people who are pro-choice are actually pro-abortion. Many people that support women's rights could be personally against abortions. That does not mean that they allow the government to pass laws directing what women do with their bodies. Those who are pro-choice simply believe...