Last edited by soccerboy22; 03-18-14 at 05:55 PM.
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From my experience kids only hear the pro-abortion argument (at least, I never heard an anti-abortion argument in school, only pro)
Considering the consequence, ending a life, it's probably good to get their minds working and let them decide based on the facts: are you killing a child through abortion, or not?
Any attempt to block facts from people is wrong, so both sides of the argument should be well represented without obfuscation.
In my opinion, show them a video of an abortion procedure for each stage of development, and let them decide on the killing issue.
Conversely make it clear that women will 'coat hanger' themselves if it's made illegal.
Last edited by SingleCellOrganism; 03-18-14 at 06:28 PM.
a) That is a straight assessment, NOT grasping for straws. I reject your opinion on this as unqualified.
b) Your inability to decern my argument is your problem, not mime.
c) Please READ what the establishment clause is. I am not sure you understand its implications.
d) In the same token, I could call your present reply to me a rhetorical babble and highlights your failure to understand the greater legal argument here.
e) Abortion is BOTH a political and religious issue. Another source.
All you have done is give me your opinions without one iota of fact or logic to qualify them. You have failed to understand that this issue has not yet even reached the first step of a lawsuit. I presented my opinion that is will and why it will. If the student, Samantha Bailey-Loomis, who initially brought this to the public's attention fails to bring suit, then the principals decision stands, which makes my opinion on this issue, moot. I am not sure what you are getting at as your reply was too gibberish.
I have yet to see you construct an argument that actually deals with any of your claims. Maybe you'll be able to answer the question as to how this case has violated the Establishment Clause. Can you?
Last edited by Ikari; 03-19-14 at 09:46 AM.
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Originally Posted by A. de Tocqueville
The problem is not mine, it's yours. If you have no wish to have a constructive dialog, using standard informal debate techniques, then please state so. I will not, nor should anyone, be forced to bend to the will of one persons definition of terms, as in your case. If you just don't understand something, ASK, don't assume.