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Date Posted: 02:56:11 04/21/07 Sat
Author: Deborah
Subject: I looked at my post, again
In reply to: Cricket 's message, "hm...." on 04:49:44 04/18/07 Wed

I talked to one part of this complex issue, and I stand with what I wrote. There is a double standard, in my opinion. Within your church it exists, Cricket. Mortal thinking beings, within and outside of belief, may will to play god for survival. My post was a reflection, not a criticism.

Washing sperm, harvesting eggs, allowing science to assist toward multiple births...and then for selective reduction... The focus appears strong only toward abortion as the ugly side of this science, as unnatural.

Talking to another aspect of what I called a complex issue, you lost me here:
I am glad to see that there is a natural reluctance to take life, and avoid the training. The other option I see is to make it mandatory in med school so they would have to take it whether they wanted it or not. Now who would be playing God?
Regardless the training, any educated person may avail themselves to decline procedures within their specialty. Similarly, those who intern among numbers of specialties do not go on to become board certified in numbers of areas.

For every one, I'm pro choice. Besides, no need for that many podiatrists.

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