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Person 1: There are already too many kids in the foster system. Do you really want to add more? Person 2 (our hero): I’m concerned about those kids too, but there is actually no shortage of good prospective parents waiting to adopt newborns.

There Is No Parent Shortage

It’s important to not dismiss people’s concerns about children in foster care. Children in the foster care system face serious challenges. We merely want to help people see that it is a separate issue from the abortion debate. Here’s a related blog post by the Equal Rights Institute.

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Person 1: Adopted kids have hard lives. Abortion is a kinder option. Person 2 (our hero): I want to alleviate hardships too. Let me ask a question. It might seem irrelevant, but please bear with me. If a two-year-old’s parents die in an accident, should we kill her?Person 1: Every child deserves to be wanted. Person 2 (our hero): I agree. Children should grow up in happy homes. Let me ask a question; bear with me. If a two-year-old is unwanted, should he or she be killed?Person 1: Some women can’t afford a child. Person 2 (our hero): I agree. Poverty is a serious, concerning hardship. Let me ask a question; bear with me. If a mom can’t afford to continue raising her two-year-old, may she kill her child?Person 1: I don’t like abortion, but it’s a necessary evil. Person 2 (our hero): I’m glad you agree it’s best to avoid abortion. I recognize that pregnant women face real problems, but we should demand better solutions than abortion.
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