Couple puts abortion decision up to internet vote

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MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — A Minneapolis couple is preparing for the arrival of their first child. That is, unless internet voters decide they should have an abortion instead.

Pete and Alisha Arnold have created a website called Birthornot.com, where they’ve been posting updates on Alisha’s pregnancy since September. But this site is unlike any other expectant parent’s blog: this site has a poll that asks viewers, “Should we give birth or have an abortion?”

In an interview with Gawker.com, the Arnolds said they were unsure if they wanted to be parents. After two miscarriages, they said they launched the site to put the choice in voter’s hands.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Sukie-Tawdry/100000706973113 Sukie Tawdry

    This is grotesque. Obviously these people have no business being parents. They should have the baby and then let a couple with decent moral values and some sense adopt it. Then he/she should have a vasectomy/tubal ligation at the first opportunity. Idiots.