ENG225-Assignment_WK5

There are so many issues that are a big cause of debate in our judicial system, from health care to our economy there is always a reason for opposing views to clash with words. One of the major issues that is always a source for debate is abortion. Politicians debate this issue and even we are guilty of debating over whether abortion should be legal or not. There are many people who are pro-life and many that are pro-choice but how do we decide which view is right and which is wrong? Is there even a right or wrong conclusion when it comes to a topic as taboo as abortion? In the our country we have the right to make their own decisions without the Government trying to take control and make our personal decisions for us, especially decisions we make in regards to our own bodies. Could you imagine having to stand become congress just to get your ears pierced or to get a tattoo. Republican Paul Ryan stated in a speech made to the Susan B. Anthony List, “We don't want a country where abortion is simply outlawed; we want a country where it isn't even considered"(2013),or we take the opposing view on the matter, “Abolition of a woman's right to abortion, when and if she wants it, amounts to compulsory maternity: a form of rape by the State” (cited by Desmond, 2007).
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