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What is justice?

30 Nov

I’m not usually commenting on controversial topics here on the blog (unless it’s which latte is the best or something like that).  This article talks about a man who slips his pregnant girlfriend a drug that causes a miscarriage and now he is being charged with first-degree murder.  I do think that is acceptable.

What I think the challenging thing is, why is it that in a situation like that they consider that unborn a baby, and treat the punishment as fitting for someone who ends a human life… yet across the country women abort every day, and that same type of baby is not considered a valuable human life. It seems like a double-standard.
Your thoughts (agreed or disagreed, comments, etc)?
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2 Comments

Posted by on November 30, 2007 in random stuff, rants and raves

 

2 responses to “What is justice?

  1. davidbmclaughlin.com

    November 30, 2007 at 4:49 am

    there is a simple explanation for this. it is illogical.

     
  2. Laura

    December 6, 2007 at 5:09 am

    The only difference is whether the baby is wanted or not. That’s pretty scary.

     

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