Abortion pro life vs pro choice

Pro-life vs. pro-choice is a nasty debate that doesn’t seem to have manyanswers. There are many questions and facts to back up both sides of theargument.Some people say abortion is a women’s rights issue.say it’s an issue of morality, and still others an issue of just being “right.”The issue of abortion rights is an opinionated controversy in public life. Everyperson has an opinion about abortion rights, and it seems that a moral objectivehas become divided into two different arenas-social issues vs.religious issues,with the Church and the politicians in the direct line of fire.On one side of the abortion rights debate are the pro-life proponents. In theUnited States, the position of most Christian churches is that the Church hassomething to say about public life and the “good society.” The primaryinvolvement of the U.S. Catholic bishops in public life in the last decade focusedon abortion.The movement is not flexible, and while the movement recognizes that somewomen might not be ready to become mothers, pro-life supporters offer womena chance to give up their babies or offer support services. The pro-life movementis simple: abortion is murder and murder is bad. Pro-lifers measure life asbeginning at the moment of conception. Anything which may disrupt apregnancy (including birth control) is wrong.On the surface, the pro-life movement seems to impact the reproductive rightsof women-because it does. While Roe vs. Wade 1973 allows women the rightto choose to have elective abortions, pro-life supporters believe that the lawabortion 3