46, Punta Gorda Town, Toledo Belize
you would think so
Yes I sure do think so ITCHYWITCH.
And what of those unwilling?
Unika, is abortion legal in your country?
Ooby_dooby NO WAY ABORTION IS HIGHLY ILLEGAL HERE IN BELIZE.
Here in the US scome advocate abortion should be legal up to a day or three after the birth. This is so the mom has an opportunity to change her mind (which some say improves her mental well being) and also give doctors and related clinics a chance to sell the organs and any stem cells. By calling it a lawful abortion it is claimed this is no longer a ghoulish murder.
@ Ken Would you mind providing some sources for such a wild and ridiculous claim?.
@ Ken:You have your info missed up.Mothers can give their new born up for adoption with no question ask.Abortion is at two weeks of pregnancy.
It cuts into my soul when I hear about children being mistreated. I can hardly stand reading news of that nature. I honest to goodness believe newly expectant parents should be required to take parenting classes and mental evaluations. I know that may sound over the top. But Lord, a person is required to pass a written test and a driving test to receive their driver's licence. And yet any sadistic fool is allowed to reproduce and claim possession of a precious innocent child. That ought not to be.
One is a privilege and the other a rite.
A baby crying and crying and crying can drive a weak-minded person over the edge. Anything to shut them up, babies are shaken to death more often than they are battered, and then there is nothing to show cause of death.I wish having babies was something you had to apply for. Not a difficult application, not having to prove you could support a child in luxury up to and including university, or were a genius, or anything complicated, just that you thought a lot about it and would very much like to have a baby now please. Some kind of biological switch which was usually in the off position. Too many unwanted babies in the world.
By advocating 'kill and be killed', you are calling for killing to be socially acceptable.There is some evidence to suggest that murder rates tend to be higher in death penalty areas which may be due to killing being normalised by the authorities.It's a controversial issue, I may be wrong in thinking there's a causal link in the social acceptability of killing, but there is a moral irony all the same.I'd sooner see resources going into supporting children and parents at risk, particularly given the astronomical costs of killing people.Really, by the time you get round to state sanctioned homicide (for homicide is entered on the death certificate in death penalty cases), it's too late for the children. If it's too late for the children and the death penalty doesn't act as a deterrent, we're left with assuaging one's emotions with killing. That's remarkably similar to the behaviour of the child killer.