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chezmoitoutsimplement:

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ancap-princess:

craiganthonywells:

craiganthonywells:

stray-arrows:

craiganthonywells:

I am actually pro-abortion *because* I am very right wing not despite it.

Most of the right wing people I know who are anti-abortion also have a religious agenda…

i am somewhat conservative, and I am anti abortion for…

Of course I am aware that there are atheist who are against abortion.

And you’re wrong, it is impossible to separate a person’s views from their faith because faith is a moral guidance. And morality affects almost every decision.

Furthermore, it seems bizarre that you assert that you use scientific reason to guide your opinions, yet have a faith, which is the complete opposite to reason.

Yes, I people that people should not be harmed- but an embryo is not a person by any standard.

You may argue that it has inalienable rights despite its lack of “personhood” as such, but then I ask you this: what scientific reasoning did you use to determine the existence of those inalienable rights?

>faith
>opposite of reason
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Well of course it is? Faith and reason are diametrically opposed. Faith is not rational, that’s the whole point of it. If it were rational then it would be science and nobody would need to *believe* anything. They would know.

cadburycrazed asked: Your blog is perfect

Haha thank you so much :)

cadburycrazed asked: Mmm what about late term abortions?

I said that if the child is reliant on the mother it should be subordinated to her happiness. The problem is that a child *can* survive outside the womb if prematurely born, but determining this is often arbitrary and subjective. Therefore I am not opposed to a restriction of late term abortions to only medical necessity or disability. Besides, the woman still has to pass the child through her womb I.e. give birth to it in the last trimester abortions so it seems nonsensical to want to give birth to a death baby instead of a live one…

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craiganthonywells:

stray-arrows:

craiganthonywells:

I am actually pro-abortion *because* I am very right wing not despite it.

Most of the right wing people I know who are anti-abortion also have a religious agenda…

i am somewhat conservative, and I am anti abortion for…

Of course I am aware that there are atheist who are against abortion.

And you’re wrong, it is impossible to separate a person’s views from their faith because faith is a moral guidance. And morality affects almost every decision.

Furthermore, it seems bizarre that you assert that you use scientific reason to guide your opinions, yet have a faith, which is the complete opposite to reason.

Yes, I people that people should not be harmed- but an embryo is not a person by any standard.

You may argue that it has inalienable rights despite its lack of “personhood” as such, but then I ask you this: what scientific reasoning did you use to determine the existence of those inalienable rights?

stray-arrows:

craiganthonywells:

I am actually pro-abortion *because* I am very right wing not despite it.

Most of the right wing people I know who are anti-abortion also have a religious agenda…

i am somewhat conservative, and I am anti abortion for hundreds of reasons and not a one have to do with my faith.

But you do have a faith, correct?

artschoolglasses:

Bust of Marie Antoinette in her bedroom at Versailles

artschoolglasses:

Bust of Marie Antoinette in her bedroom at Versailles

cadburycrazed asked: You're pro abortion? O_o

Yes. I value the life of the woman more than the life of an unconscious fetus which for a large amount of time doesn’t even have a brain. The embryo or the fetus may be a life but it is not a person and therefore should not have rights. As long as it is reliant on the woman’s body it should be subordinate to her.