adr155.memo

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Date:         Wed, 19 Apr 89 18:07:45 EDT
From:         "Homer W. Smith" <CTM at CORNELLC>
Subject:      Re: Abortions, and lettuce.
To:           Adore-l list <ADORE-L at UALTAVM>
In-Reply-To:  Message of Sun, 2 Apr 89 23:55:00 CST from <SMURDOCK at UMKCVAX1>

>
I REALLY DO NOT WANT
>TO TURN THIS LIST INTO SOME KIND OF ABORTION/ANTI-ABORTION DEBATE.
>
     Abortion comes under the heading of 'wide ranging discussion of
all subjects important to life', thus this list is a fine forum
for this subject.

>        Common sense tells us that life begins at some point earlier than
>birth. The question is, when?

     Common sense tells us that life begins at conception.  In fact
life never stopped.

     But so what?  The SPIRIT takes over the body after it is born.
Who cares if you knock off a piece of meat?  Only psychotic
spirits who think they are grade A prime rib would give it second
thought.

These are the choices she has to make. If she
>chooses incorrectly, then she must bear the responsibility for her
>mistakes.

     Hey meatball, how about me?  WE ALL bear the burden of
unwanted children in this welfare society of ours.

     Bodies are bodies.  Why are we playing the game of worshiping
bodies?  Can't do without one?  Tsk, tsk.

 Homer W. Smith      Adore-l list         4/19/89*Abortions, and lettuce.

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