Shooting a person is murder. Not sure what point you were trying to make.Abortion isnt murder. Shit im goin to go out and shoot 50 people then claim its just post-abortion so it isnt murder. Bet that will go over real well in court. Sarcasm intended.
Everyone has a right to bodily autonomy. Don't want to be pregnant anymore? Get an abortion. Don't want to get vaccinated? Don't get vaccinated. However, certain privileges associated with civilized society require certain concessions and certain responsibilities. I can't walk around naked in public, and you shouldn't be able to walk around unvaccinated in a public school, for example.Again my body my choice only matters when its your liberal ass in line at the clinic.
I guess the anti-vaxxers could send their kids to private school, but a.) Vaccines should be required in private schools, and b.) We all know a lot of anti-vaxxers are poor trailer trash who couldn't afford private school if they tried.
Hypothetical people don't get moral considerations or rights. Otherwise, a rapist who impregnates his victim could claim that the great-grandchild of that rape could have cured cancer. Hypotheticals are irrelevant. That being said, if the argument is "something good could have hypothetically come from a specific individual not being aborted," you should probably do some research regarding the drop in crime/criminals after Roe v. Wade.One of those aborted children 20 years ago could of grew up and cured cancer, maybe changed the whole world. But someone with your mindset decided to get out the vac and throw away the trash. Abortions should come with mandatory (and perminant) removal of ovaries and testicals of both parties.
If a person is forcibly sterilized against their will, that's deplorable, and it's a violation of bodily autonomy.