One pill per day set­tles ar­gu­ment

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - EDITORIAL -

My ar­gu­ment in favour of abor­tion is as fol­lows. We have a woman, who knows that she ei­ther can­not have a child right now, or had enough com­mit­ment of sup­port­ing chil­dren. Let’s give her credit for be­ing able to fig­ure this much out.

The prob­lem comes when she is not bright enough to take one pill per day in or­der to pre­vent un­wanted preg­nancy.

A child, born to a woman with (I as­sume) such low IQ would lower the IQ of the whole so­ci­ety. There­fore, please stop the ar­gu­ments, the le­gal­i­ties, the rights of the un­born and try to fig­ure out: how many low IQ jobs are com­ing up in the next 80 years? Let her judg­ment win! Ju­dith L. Bez­eredi, Char­lot­te­town

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