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Pregnancy Abortion

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Started: 1/10/2019 Category: Society
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Pregnancy Abortion, Loss of privacy, Admission or accusation of guilt?


its all in your head homes. All in your head. Its not a child until it comes out. What about all the nut thats busted everyday. Those could be kids too. But no one cries over busted nut. Thats not the way of the gangleader
Debate Round No. 1


As Con has taken the side of accusation of guilt, Pro will take the side of confession of guilt.

As a man locked in truth I can only hold all woman as created equal. It is both the woman"s egg and the man"s sperm that are alive as a shared state in basic principle connected to legal precedent. A woman may be driven from some burden of hidden maternal guilt to allow herself to incriminate to a meaning set by word definition, While only seeking United States Constitutional liberty. It is by both our negligence, Man and woman we chose in our past to let life end, Not once, Not twice, But continually. It is upon that past burden she and he stand a United States Constitutional right rests, Liberty to insure her ovulation. Even if she cannot find or understand how to create it without assistance.


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Debate Round No. 2


An accusation of guilt to a crime can still be made on a human being that is degraded publicly by insult, Or some lack of documented recognition. The excuse does not rule out admission as a possibility of abortion. The whole truth is that Con does not address a human egg or human sperm independently alive. They are not a citizen of a nation he said at this stage of their life. Both egg and sperm are declared medically alive by science, And never declared dead when the two form a union with each other. No death certificate is ever issued to support the living human is official dead before this stage.

Quote (It"s all in your head. It"s not a child until it comes out. ) It is not independent till the child is separated from the mother. The confession in whole truth is that this child lives even though many of its brothers and sister have died before it was even born.


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Debate Round No. 3
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Posted by John_C_1812_II 3 years ago
@ Athias
What might help explain it a little clearer, A pregnancy abortion does not terminate a life. If it is telling a truth. It is the process of description which describes a loss of life and the word abortion is assigned wrongfully to that process. As it is not applicable by truth. The debate points out there is a missing common defense to the general welfare of the public.
Posted by John_C_1812_II 3 years ago
Ones enough I hear that Athias.
Posted by Athias 3 years ago
@AIRhino: It's a legal perspective of the seemingly two ends of abortion: if it were to be prohibited, Would that conclude a "loss of privacy? "; if it were permitted, Would that conclude "an admission or accusation of guilt? " It operates on the dichotomy that the woman/mother does in fact have privacy, And that abortion does in fact result in the termination of the fetus's life.

I'd take the argument on, But I'm already involved in argument over abortion. One is enough for me, Right now.
Posted by John_C_1812_II 3 years ago
No I can"t edit my debate this is describing a choice between the two basic principles. Admission of guilt or criminal accusation. The question is which one of the two you are going to choose in a debate. You could pick neither if you can explain a separate basic principle.
Posted by W0LV3NBANE 3 years ago
Could you edit your debate and clarify what you mean?
Posted by AIRhino 3 years ago
What exactly is the question?
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Reasons for voting decision: Con forfeited. Pro was gave the better argument.

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