Idea courtesy of Camille Paglia
I’ll say it a million times, it wasn’t the pro-life crowd that made me change my stance on abortion. It was the pro-abortion crowd.
If the case, as you said, "children born with handicaps and deficiencies would be better off dead than living with those hardships" it's a really flaccid case. As someone who was diagnosed with late stage Aspergers syndrome, it's laughable that people have the nerve to decide who is God or not. If I was aborted, no one would have been able to read my work or see the achievements I have made for myself. Without Elon Musk, we wouldn't have had PayPal. If being disabled is part of what makes creative people push new ideas to the forefront, this casts a dark shadow on the pro abortion argument. Maybe they are in favor of eugenics more than they realize? Thoughts?