Should This Baby Be Aborted? You Decide!

by Steve Ray on January 21, 2008

Want to help people understand the wickedness and foolishness of abortion? Share this little test with your friends, maybe provide it to your co-workers today since tomorrow we remember with revulsion Roe v. Wade when abortion was legalized in America.

In this quiz you are presented with several very difficult life situations and pregnancies. You decide if these babies should be aborted. Click here.

If Obama has his way, more trash cans will be filled with aborted babies.

When my daughter Charlotte was quite young she wrote a paper “Should Women Abort their Babies” and my daughter Emily wrote “Abortion and the Great Man.” I am proud of my girls!

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Barbara October 17, 2008 at 10:49 AM

Here are a couple more:

5. A poor teenage girl is pregnant and unmarried. Her soldier father disowns her and the unborn child. She considers naming the child after the father and raising the child while bearing the disgrace of illegitimacy.

By advocating ‘choice’, you have killed Father Josef Mohr, the lyricist and co-composer of one of the world’s most beloved carols, ‘Silent Night’.

6. A baby is born crippled and a dwarf. If that outcome had been predicted with prenatal testing/screening, would you recommend an abortion?

Who needs more poets anyway? You’ve just ordered the death of Alexander Pope.

Pope is one of the most quoted English poets after Shakespeare and Tennyson.(Some quotations from Pope’s work have passed so deeply into the English language that they are often taken as proverbial by those who do not know their source: “A little learning is a dangerous thing” (from the Essay on Criticism); “To err is human, to forgive, divine” (ibid.); “For fools rush in where angels fear to tread” (ibid); “Hope springs eternal in the human breast” and “The proper study of mankind is man” (Essay on Man).

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