Abortion Introduction: a. Lead or hook Abortion is killing an unborn child. b. Give information about your topic Abortion doesn’t only harm the child but will also give the mother problems in the near future either with her health or with fut ure pregnancies. c. Thesis Abortion harms a unborn humans life before they even have the Cha nce to live, everyday young teenagers get this procedure done and have no idea what th eyre getting themselves into.
First Main Argument: Topic sentence Abortion is killing an unborn human being and it should not b e legal in any states or countries. b. Concrete detail “l do not believe the promises of the Declaration of Independence are just for the strong, the independent, the healthy. They are for everyoneincludi ng unborn children. ” – George W. Bush Commentary Many young teenagers get the procedure of abortion because t heyre not ready to raise a child due to the consequence of their actions. d.
Concrete detail in the midst of all the trouble and judgement abortion causes many see it as the easy way out to a full life ahead of parenting. Commentary If you think about it, when someone murders another human th usually get a life sentence in prison, so whats so different from killing someon e who hasnt even had the chance to live yet? Closing sentence What if the parents of Chris Kyle; the American Sniper had b een aborted? America would’ve missed the chance on someone who had such a bi g impact on the world. Second Main Argument a.
Topic Sentence Abortion comes with many downfalls also, it puts you up for many medical risks. b. Concrete detail in 1 982 Ronald Reagan stated “simple morality dictates that unless and until someone can prove the unborn human is not alive, we must give it t he benefit of the doubt and assume it is alive. And thus it should be entitled to life, Liberty and the pursuit of happiness. ” c. Commentary With that being said, why does a baby who can feel, breathe, a nd move be condemned to die without ever saying or doing anything wrong? d. concrete detail
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