America Must Abort The Handicapped Essay

950 words - 4 pages

      Everyday there are pregnant mothers who abuse drugs and alcohol totally

ignoring the living, growing person inside them.  Then, when these children are

born, they are usually born with a drug addiction or birth defects which

sometimes leads to death.  One thing's for sure, these children's lives are

greatly complexed before they even reach the light of day.  Which leads to my

position that the rights of the child should be extended to the unborn.  A

mother should not have the right to use drugs or drink alcohol while she is

pregnant, it is unfair for the child not to even have a chance for a normal ...view middle of the document...

  If the child was born it could call someone for help,

but an unborn child cannot speak and therefore needs someone to speak for it in

case of any danger that might come to it.

 

      Our unborn children should have the same rights as any living person.

In our society we give rights to any living creature, human or not human.  Is it

right that we give more rights to animals than we do our own unborn?  I figure

that unborn children are not far off from animals.  Animals are living creatures

who grow, eat, sleep and cannot communicate with human beings, and unborn babies

are living beings who also grow, eat, sleep and cannot communicate with us.  If

we can give rights to animals who are not even our own species, why can't we

give rights to our own unborn children.  We initially gave rights to animals on

the basis that they were helpless and were unable to speak their minds, yet,

unborn babies are in the exact same boat, and we still overlook them.

 

      I believe that if we don't give rights to abused children before they

are born they will have to live a life of great pain after they are born, a life

that we could have prevented.  Usually, if the parents abuse a child or has a

drug/alcohol problem, the child will be taken away from the mother and placed

into foster care until adopted or the mother is rehabilitated.  But, if the

child is abused while still in the mothers womb, then it might have physical or

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