Its something ive thought about hard over the years. My mother is a social worker. I have seen first hand what kids go through when they dont have a proper upbringing. Its better for them to never have lived at all then to live a shitty life. sidenote: idk wtf is going on my quoting[/QUOTE] See this arguement holds no weight either. Just because the chance is higher for them to have a crappy life doesn't mean they shouldn't get a chance at it. How many here had perfect upbringings? People can have terrible childhoods but still contribute to society and be good people. Otherwise, you are essentially arguing for euthanasia on poor people. Someone having a terrible upbringing doesnt justify killing them.