A couple, expecting a child, has posted a website where they are asking people to vote if they should keep the baby or not. At first, I thought this was a hoax (still kind of leaning on that assertion even now) but then I heard this from the mother-to-be:
I’m not sure how anyone can hinge the life of their child on a vote. If you ever doubted that life is not deemed as sacred anymore just visit the website. I’m not sure if I’m doing the right thing by posting the website here but I figure you can have a look at it if you want.
I don’t want to say too much because I’m pretty upset right now (and I read that article about the Abortion Dilemma in the Toronto Star that I hope to blog about sometime this week) but I hope the child is born and these parents get some help. One post discussed how the poll was being skewed by another website. When polls mean more to someone than a child there is something wrong.
PS. My friend, who introduced me to this site mentioned how a lot of comments were very hateful. If someone wanted to post a charitable comment to show anyone who is viewing that site that pro-lifers are not hateful that would be great. At least some good may come from this madness.
Read the comments at the University of Toronto Students for Life website.