I know this topic is two years old, but I figure it's better to bump this instead of creating another one on the same thing.
Anyways, I've heard so much about "murder this and murder that" in regards to it being completely unacceptable and whatnot. Which brings me to this topic. Why is abortion legal when it's murder as well? I don't care if it's an unborn baby, it's still breathing and developing into a human being waiting to see the world. It's a soul who's chance to live in the world is taken away before it even gets that chance. I understand if it's a controversial situation like being a rape victim, but even then, I think the baby should be handed to somebody who's willing to raise that child. They may not feel good about finding out the truth later when they get older, but I'm pretty sure a kind person is willing to give them the inspiration to live their life the way it should be lived and there's another troubled child's problems solved.
And the argument that "if a woman is comfortable with destroying a life, let them" is beyond ridiculous. So if I or anybody else feel comfortable about killing another person for no reason, does that mean it's okay for me or anyone else to take the life away from that poor victim?
The countries where abortion is not fully legal have something right going on, the whole world including more 'advanced' countries like most of Europe and of course, America need to correct that error and make this tool for murder illegal.