90%?? 90% of babies inutero who are thought to have Downs Syndrome are being aborted. Did you know the test for Downs isn't even 100% accurate? And, how is this systematic, weeding out of "imperfect" life any different than the Holocaust? You know, the incredible genocide that occurred because A. Hitler viewed certain groups as inferior, or "imperfect" (this included the disabled, homosexuals and Gypsies, as well as Jews).
Let's take out the glamour of Palin being a candidate for VP. Let's bring it down on a smaller, more personal scale.
When I was pregnant with Sam, Bob and I chose not to have any kind of genetic testing. This was after being
Call that a choice if you'd like. I do not think it is anywhere near the choice that pro-choicers refer to. This pretty much sums up how I feel about the previous article.
* I understand some parents, who have no intention of terminating a pregnancy, still choose to have testing so that, in the event their child did appear to have some type of genetic deficiency, they could try to prepare themselves, or ask others to pray, or whatever. I'm sure there are plenty of good reasons. The choice of whether or not to have any pre-natal testing done is not really the issue here...