Friday, January 16, 2009

Look at the smaller numbers

Quoting from the article, Aborting Abortion by Sangeetha Nadarajan.
In 2006, one out of four, or 12,000 babies were aborted. What is more disturbing is that these terminations of pregnancies were not mostly limited to teenagers or unmarried women. A study by the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of the National University of Singapore in 2002 reported that up to 75 per cent of women who went for abortions were married.
The disturbing points are ... :
  1. One out of four, or 25% of babies were aborted. What should have been a near 0% is now 25%!
  2. Up to 75% were married implies at least 25% were not married. What should have been very near 0% is now more than 25%!
  3. I wonder, of the 75% married women abortions, are there any, or how many of the aborted babies were not by their husband's.

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