Horrible: Woman’s Abortion Will Improve Her Chances To Be On Reality Show
Since legalization of abortion in 1973; 53,000,000 babies have been aborted in the United States. The UK passed their Abortion Act in 1967 and average 17 abortions per 1,000 women. A woman from the UK trying to get on a US reality television show is adding to that statistic to further her career because killing someone for your job is considered legal.
British celebrity-wannabe was interviewed about her decision to abort her child in order to improve her chances to appear on a reality show.
From the Mirror:
Wannabe celebrity Josie Cunningham last night confessed the chance of appearing on TV’s Big Brother was worth more than her unborn child’s life.
Puffing on a cigarette and rubbing her baby bump, the controversial model and call girl — who will have her abortion at a clinic this week — said: “I’m finally on the verge of becoming famous and I’m not going to ruin it now.
“An abortion will further my career. This time next year I won’t have a baby. Instead, I’ll be famous, driving a bright pink Range Rover and buying a big house. Nothing will get in my way.”
I am absolutely disgusted with the disregard for human life people have and even more appalled that this kind of murder is protected by government laws. Remember… it is everyone’s natural right to choose for themselves how they want to live. It is NOT a woman’s right to decide to take away the inconvenient life of another just because she doesn’t want to practice personal responsibility.
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