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Murder is wrong, and I find it cowardly for any person to kill a baby that can't even say anything or defend for himself.
Animals differ from humans. Most domestic animals that are severely injured are euthanize. Some can be saved, but plenty of them do not have a great chance of surviving. Animals do not have morals like human beings. Animals are vicious, killers, immodest, and wild. So to euthanize an animal would not result in a crime being made, not unless the animal was perfectly fine, or if the animal belonged to someone and was euthanize without the owner's consent.

It would still be interfering with the creation of a human being. Humans are of more value than any animal. To interfere with the life of human being, would be attempted murder, and to kill the human is murder. There are consequences for those actions.

Xiao-Feng-Fury, DeviantART 47 Comments [11/3/2008 10:54:46 PM]
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Anonymous

In before loads of comments replying as if the person was actually reading them.

11/3/2008 11:01:46 PM

Eden

So to euthanize an animal would not result in a crime being made, not unless the animal was perfectly fine, or if the animal belonged to someone and was euthanize without the owner's consent.

With other words, if you euthanize an animal that is perfectly fine, this is murder?
I assume you should tell this to the people who work at slaughterhouses and who therefore are murders, as anuimals slaughtered are usually perfectly fine ;)

This will also put an end to the meat industrie as a whole ;)

11/3/2008 11:04:50 PM

Brainy

You are entitled to your perception, however your perception does not justify removing the rights from women to make the decision on their own.


11/3/2008 11:04:54 PM

anonymous

"Animals do not have morals like human beings"

That explains why my pet tiger is always trying to kill me when I get home from school every day.

11/3/2008 11:05:31 PM

C_V


Calvin & Hobbes ref FTW!

11/3/2008 11:12:50 PM

aaa

And condoms?

11/3/2008 11:30:54 PM

Brain_In_A_Jar

Like so many idiots before you, you are inexplicably classifying a non-sentient lump of cell matter as a human being. Is the presence of a mind, then, entirely superfluous to the human identity? I disagree; in fact, I consider the mind the only aspect of humanity that has any inherent value.

11/3/2008 11:35:32 PM

Jay-Sus

I find it cowardly for any person to kill a baby that can't even say anything or defend for himself.

Good thing abortion has nothing to do with killing babies.

11/3/2008 11:37:33 PM

Mortok

I dunno. There are too many humans as it is, and not so many pandas, for example. I kinda reckon that, at least in a purely monetary sense, a panda would be worth more than a baby.

11/3/2008 11:38:27 PM

Old Viking

Ain't no babies bein' killed. And yes, animals do not have morals like human beings. That's why I prefer them.

11/3/2008 11:44:31 PM

clockworkgirl21

Murder is wrong, and I find it cowardly for any person to kill a baby that can't even say anything or defend for himself

And most people would agree with you. NO ONE is for murdering babies. Well, except for a friend of mine, but she's spent time in an institution and has many mental problems.

Animals differ from humans. Most domestic animals that are severely injured are euthanize. Some can be saved, but plenty of them do not have a great chance of surviving.

What does this have to do with anything?

Animals do not have morals like human beings. Animals are vicious, killers, immodest, and wild.

"Immodest" was my favorite.

So to euthanize an animal would not result in a crime being made, not unless the animal was perfectly fine, or if the animal belonged to someone and was euthanize without the owner's consent

I'm pretty sure it's illegal to kill an animal for no reason, even if you have the consent of the owner.

It would still be interfering with the creation of a human being. Humans are of more value than any animal. To interfere with the life of human being, would be attempted murder, and to kill the human is murder. There are consequences for those actions

What's your point, exactly?

11/3/2008 11:45:47 PM

Empress

o_O Immodest?!?

11/4/2008 12:05:00 AM

Horsefeathers

"Murder is wrong, and I find it cowardly for any person to kill a baby that can't even say anything or defend for himself."

It's not a baby.

"Animals differ from humans."

How so? List all of the biological differences that separate humans from animals.

"Most domestic animals that are severely injured are euthanize. Some can be saved, but plenty of them do not have a great chance of surviving. Animals do not have morals like human beings. Animals are vicious, killers, immodest, and wild. So to euthanize an animal would not result in a crime being made, not unless the animal was perfectly fine, or if the animal belonged to someone and was euthanize without the owner's consent."

Was there supposed to be something in there that showed why humans are something unique and distinct from animals?

"It would still be interfering with the creation of a human being."

Have you any idea how many things do that naturally? Only about 60% or so of all fertilized eggs are viable you know. The rest spontaneously abort due to genetic quirks, abnormal division, unsuccessful implantation and so on.

"Humans are of more value than any animal."

Just as a fun philosophical question I'd like to ask you why humans have more intrinsic value than another animal?

"To interfere with the life of human being, would be attempted murder, and to kill the human is murder. There are consequences for those actions."

Yes. To kill a human is, in most cases, illegal. Removing what is, for all practical purposes, a parasite is not illegal.

11/4/2008 12:17:31 AM

anon

Well, it's true about the "immodest" part. My cat is always running around with no clothes on. Shameless.

11/4/2008 12:23:06 AM

tracer

"I find it cowardly for any person to kill a baby that can't even say anything or defend for himself."


Once the baby learned how to speak, however, you'd be perfectly okay with executing it for speaking blasphemies.

11/4/2008 12:27:08 AM

colonel catastrophe

Removing a small cluster of cells before it has any kind consciousness or developed nervous system, and cannot suffer is different than forcing a woman who perhaps cannot/barely care for herself to have to care for a child too.

11/4/2008 12:47:50 AM



They just don't get it, do they.

11/4/2008 12:51:14 AM

PhoenixUltima

It is not just to accuse the wolf of being evil. It is merely being a wolf!

11/4/2008 12:58:22 AM

Thejebusfire

[Animals do not have morals like human beings. Animals are vicious, killers, immodest, and wild.]

Yeah, my cat such a vicious, immodest, killer. Thats why she fed, bathed, and protected all her babies. Wait...


[It would still be interfering with the creation of a human being. ]

What if the pregnancy interferes with the mothers life?

11/4/2008 1:11:12 AM

HoJuSimpson

Thejebusfire Yeah, my cat such a vicious, immodest, killer.

That's kind of funny, because I was watching a program with my brother on Animal Planet I think, and it was going down a top-10 list of "dangerous cats." The list had cougars, tigers..and #1 was - you guessed it - a house cat. Something about its diet including anything it can kill/catch lol

11/4/2008 1:21:26 AM

Blaidd Drwg (Bad Wolf)

So please, if you don't mind, defend the killing of over 100,000 Iraqi civilians - many of whom were pregnant women AND their unborn children...

11/4/2008 1:33:45 AM

HeathenAngel

That could all be summed up as: My jebus doesn't like abortion and I want to use my myth to subvert the constitution and take away a woman's reproductive rights.

11/4/2008 1:37:02 AM

Beeblebrox

To interfere with the life of human being, would be attempted murder, and to kill the human is murder.

Aren't you part of the bunch that staunchly defends capital punishment? I guess after a certain age that whole "murder is bad" hypothesis goes right out the window, eh?

There are consequences for those actions.

Usually the consequence is a successful re-election campaign.

11/4/2008 1:50:16 AM

werewolf

This person seems very confused about what morals and morality are. He needs to think this through and, ,maybe, get a good dictionary.

11/4/2008 2:05:13 AM

fromdownunder

"Animals are vicious, killers, immodest, and wild"

You better not ever come to Australia - it is full of vicious, immodest, man-eating, killer Koala's. But they do us a huge favour - they keep eating those gum leaves that clutter p the country so much.

But if you do come, seriously, watch out for Drop-bears.

Norm


11/4/2008 3:27:16 AM
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