Asked by foggypebble
What if a baby who wasn’t killed turns into the next Hitler? What if a baby who was killed would have gone on to figure out how to end world hunger? What if, what if? There’s no way we can know how the kid will grow up, nor how much they will enjoy their life. We are not omniscient. We can’t see the future. And we are not to be the judge of that. Killing human beings because we judge their lives aren’t worth living (or won’t be worth living) is called euthanasia. It’s wrong. No what-ifs justify taking human life. It’s that simple.
Pro-choice takes thousands of lives a day, and that’s just counting America. How is that saving lives?
And I’ve answered your final question numerous times. Feel free to search the “medical emergency” tag on my blog.