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Abortion & Euthanasia
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Korea XigNGODtop1 
I think that in the case of Abortion the choice should not be with the person, because the question is not only about the person having an abortion, but also about a possible new human life. I think that in the case of Euthanasia the choice should be with the person getting the euthanasia, because in the end it only affects the person having it on a physical level. Of course emotionally it can affect other people, like family, but generally people who have family left won’t opt for Euthanasia. My question is, do we come to a sort of logical failure if we think that one case should be pro-choice and the other pro-life? /discuss
2019-04-19 01:17
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Korea XigNGODtop1 
Quick bump
2019-04-19 01:50
ok
2019-04-19 01:50
either way youre killing something thats doesnt have a choice
2019-04-19 01:58
You just explained the main distinction on why one should be forbidden and the other allowed, so why the question about logical consistency?
2019-04-19 02:18
The first crime in your life was committed by your parents when you were born
2019-04-19 02:21
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Lithuania OnyxLT 
no abortion and Euthanasia is for pussies just do jihad so you dont become boomer Ez.
2019-04-19 02:27
wtf does jihad has to do with abortion and Euthanasia?
2019-04-19 02:31
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Lithuania OnyxLT 
jihad against the system so you dont have to deal with these retarded problems its 1000iq
2019-04-19 02:34
soo... a holy war for the greater god of islam against abortion and Euthanasia?? i think you are a retard
2019-04-19 02:43
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Lithuania OnyxLT 
do you read? I said jihad against the system....
2019-04-19 02:44
I think they are both 2 different situations, with 2 different very valid arguments. For abortion, it's about somebody who has "so much to live for." For euthanasia, that person is basically already at the end of their life, and they could avoid a lot of pain. I think that having 2 differing opinions is fine, since both situations are really quite different from each other.
2019-04-19 02:28
I think someone with a terminal disease should have the right to euthanasia. Abortion is a dumpster fire of a topic so i wont even approach it
2019-04-19 02:35
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Portugal nakbarone 
If a women wants to abort they'll do it anyway, with or without the doctors. A women only aborts in extremely difficult situations, thus making abortion legal or not is not gonna change anything aside from saving those poor women from butchery conditions. Hell, here in Portugal abortion rates actually decreased with the legalization of abortion.
2019-04-19 02:41
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Portugal nakbarone 
Euthanasia should also be legal, if a person is suffering that much to the point where they want to end their lives, it's extremely inhumane to deny a dignified and peaceful death.
2019-04-19 02:43
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