debates the womans right to abortion according to Bush and Gores opinion and personal opinion

Essay by pickklessHigh School, 12th gradeB, April 2002

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Who's business is it anyway when it comes to a woman to decide on an abortion or not? I do not believe that an abortion should be contemplated by anyone but the woman. If a woman does not feel capable of bringing a child into the world, her decision should be respected. No form of government should step in the way and say that a woman may not have an abortion. If someday the government somehow votes that abortion are illegal, they are in on one. What on Earth will we do with all of these unwanted babies?

Imagine being a teenage girl, finding out that you are pregnant. You only have about two choices to what you can do. One, is to go through with the pregnancy, and the other could be having an abortion. Life for you alone, hasn't begun. For just being a child yourself, you're bringing another one into this world.

If you do decide on abortion, there are a few obstacles you must overcome. First, is gaining knowledge about abortion. For every two babies born, the third is ended in abortion. So the question you need to ask yourself, is having an abortion the right decision for you? Maybe it would help if you knew that in 1994, for every one thousand teenage girls, twenty one of them had abortions. Can you believe that the highest number of abortions is around the age of fifteen? 77.5 abortions were performed in 1992 alone. Too many teenagers are having babies when they are babies themselves. The main problem is that there is little contraception, education and abstinence being used in the U.S. Abortions are a gruesome process, so I can understand the controversy that it creates. Doctors often inject a chemical hormone which induces violent labor and...