This robbing and spreading money amongst the needy is not a good analogy. Robbing a bank steals money from people, destabilizes economic systems, and causes a lack of trust in the banking system. This would lead to an economic disadvantage for all. Even the people given the money
c'mon flips, ur better than that. U know what i'm saying...
let's also say another study quantifies the positive benefit if an unfit mother who might give her child up for adoption were to kill it instead, thus reducing the resources spent on that child.
any of these good?
Second is I don't know what your point with either of these is.
To your original point. No one expects that this will come to fruition:. The moment you add in ALL it becomes kind of silly. Our society has rules, laws that govern our actions. We maintain a society within those laws. It might make sense to kill all ******** people from a financial level.... but we don't do this, our society has deemed this unacceptable. Going to the extreme only makes the point that the extreme isn't going to happen. What we have is something that has been declared legal in our society but women are still denied the service. In doing so it's to great detriment to these womens' financial, physical and mental well-being.Quote:
There are many things which can lead to better situations for many people, are we to expect they all become legalized?
Ok, so going with ur example, you say we as a society have deemed certain things acceptable and unacceptable. People against abortion say it is murder of another human, and they have deemed murder unacceptable. I do not believe a 3 week old fetus is a human, but how can I concretely or scientifically say that I am right?
Also, Ireland is currently dealing with the aftermath of a woman that died after being denied an abortion on a fetus that was already going to die either way.