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the entire piece was passionate, compelling, and moving. i particularly liked the lines you chose to bold, such as "this is an intense fight for life as we know it" and "fight for the unborn, fight for the men and women of generations to come". i really love those sentences, particularly their simplicity. you didn't ramble on about how we should fight against abortion; you cut right to it and portrayed a powerful message. and i think the same is true for the entire piece--swift & powerful, with just enough bolding and font changes to keep the audience interested. great job!!
as far as expansion, i quite like the short and empowering nature of the piece, so i wouldn't add any extra paragraphs or anything. for editing, i would recommend revisiting paragraph 2. as stated in the highlighted section, that was the one part of this piece that i really didn't understand. i think you can say the same message in a more concise and clear manner, as you do with the rest of the piece. the flow doesn't make sense, either--you begin by saying that no women would exist in the first place if the principles of being pro-life weren't a fundamental rule, and then you end up talking about the difference between being inside and outside the womb. make sure you're sticking to your topic, so that you can use best portrayal.
i understand this review might be kind of controversial, because i'm literally offering tips for an argument that i am opposed to. but i think that this is a really strong piece of writing, and i wanted to help you so that you can improve your debating skills even more. you have a wonderful gift here; you should continue to utilize it for the matters that you think are right. thank you for this passionate piece; i look forward to reading more of your work in future.