TED Conversations

Coty Gary

This conversation is closed.

Abortion shouldn't not only be legalized completely but encouraged

I would even go as far to say as mandatory for anyone under the age of 25. The "sanctity of life" argument doesn't hold much ground the way I see it. The way I see it most of our current issues are due to the over growing population. Birth rates need to decrease and get both birth and death rates at an even and stable plateau. Quite frankly the life of your unborn child is less significant than population stability along with the stability of our planet. To put plain and simple we simply can't fit all these damn people all our finite planet. Anyone has a rational argument or perhaps and idea to add?

Topics: Over-population
Share:

Showing single comment thread. View the full conversation.

  • thumb
    Jan 3 2012: eesh dude can't you think of another way to solve our problems other than killing babies

Showing single comment thread. View the full conversation.