“Thou shalt not kill!”
Is this true? Or is law dependent upon circumstances?
If am in the military and I kill an enemy soldier, is that okay?
If I kill someone who broke into my house, is that okay?
If I kill someone who swore at me, is that okay?
If I kill someone who looked at me the wrong way, is that okay?
If I kill someone because he or she is a burden to me, is that okay?
What gender (sex) is killed more often in our American society? Do men kill more than women?
Tragically, females are killed more often in American society than males.
And in this day of Women's Rights, the killers are expectant mothers killing their unborn babies. An expectant mother is told that her rights are superior; an expectant mother is told that she has the right to do away with a burden, an inconvenience. So, she is told that an abortion is okay and that it simply rids her body of the inconvenience.
In this day of Women's Rights, females are waging what amounts to war on females. If the number of aborted girl babies were counted like the men and women killed in war, society would be outraged! If the number of aborted girl babies were counted like traffic fatalities, society would be outraged!
Where is the outrage condemning female-on-female murder? What is the justification? Why is this considered a “Woman's Right”?
An expectant mother should be encouraged to bear her baby and then give the baby to parents who are willing to adopt and raise her child. Murder is not an option.