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Re: “Bristol Did the Wrong Thing

Ted seems to be starting on the wrong end of the problem. Teen pregnancy skyrocketed when sex education began being taught without any morality to back it up. Then, when teen pregnancy and STD's ran amuck all the kids got free condoms and told them to have safe sex. The adults said to our selves "they are going to have sex anyway to lets protect them." Ted is still trying to protect these "ignorant" children by forcing abortions on young girls. The fact is that abortion is one of the most horrific acts that a woman/girl can go through. Ted believes that after the abortion the girl just goes on with her life, greatful to be rid of the problem. The truth is that that abortion will be with her and apart of her for the rest of her life. She is already that baby's mom and at some level of intellect or in her heart she knows that. She will spend years suffereing from that abortion. Is this what Ted truely has in mind for these kids? Why not begin at the beginning. Teach them abstinance, teach them to value each other more than just someone to have sex with for entertainment, teach them that there are consequences that reach past this life and into eternity. Kids are smarter than we adults give them credit. Did Bristol do the wrong thing? What wrong are you talking about? Having premarital sex? I would agree that was a bad choice. But she did not compound the problem by making another choice that would have devistated her life, her families lives, the baby's father's life and everyone else connected to them. Bristol made the choice that will allow her to look herself in the mirror and say, I put my baby before myself--and that I have the utmost respect for that young woman/mommy. May God bless and protect her. donna

Posted by Donna Dinges on 09/28/2008 at 7:18 PM

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