Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

There are 310174 comments on the Newsday story from Jan 22, 2008, titled Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision. In it, Newsday reports that:

Thousands of abortion opponents marched from the National Mall to the Supreme Court on Tuesday in their annual remembrance of the court's Roe v. Wade decision.

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Gtown71

United States

#280769 Jan 30, 2013
Ocean56 wrote:
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Well, that's YOUR regret, not mine. I also don't believe in your "God," so your vague "going against God leaves us suffering" threat is meaningless.
Personally, I am very grateful for the availability of reliable contraception, which has kept me pregnancy-FREE the last 15+ years. I so love NOT being pregnant.
I'm happy for you ocean, but notice what you just wrote about contraceptives when it suited your need? Sorry YOUR need. Lol
And you speak about how it fails often and the need for abortion is there?

Why would a woman who have had kids and not want any more not be "fixed "?

It seems that would be a better alternative to having an abortion.
Gtown71

United States

#280770 Jan 30, 2013
Ocean56 wrote:
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You made the mistake of saying "I have never willingly lied on this forum" or words to that effect. I called you a LIAR because that statement was FALSE. You DID tell a lie on this forum, about me personally, regardless of your rather lame "apology."
Here's a little tip for you, G. When you say something like "I've never willingly lied" and others know that statement is NOT true, they will call you on it, as I did. Whether you like our doing so or not is irrelevant.
Yes, thanks ocean I see your point.
Plus thanks for calling me out about calling you a bad mom, 2 or 3 days after I made the statement and after I apologized. Lol

If we are going to get technical though, are you saying there was never a time that you felt like you were being a bad mom?

I know little foo likes to catch me in a technicality and then call me a liar.

There are times I feel I should go to law school before responding on this topic, well that or get Bill Clinton to teach me how to word things. Or his wife :)

I hope you have a blessed day.
Its been bad stormy here, so I hope it is not near you.:)
Ocean56

AOL

#280771 Jan 30, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
I'm happy for you ocean, but notice what you just wrote about contraceptives when it suited your need? Sorry YOUR need. Lol
And you speak about how it fails often and the need for abortion is there?
Why would a woman who have had kids and not want any more not be "fixed "? It seems that would be a better alternative to having an abortion.
And my writing about contraceptives would be a problem for you...WHY, exactly?

As to a woman having a tubal ligation or not, that is also a PERSONAL choice. There are doctors who refuse to perform a tubal ligation, especially on young women, even if they have already had children and don't want any more. So getting "fixed" isn't as easy as you would have everyone believe.

Gotta jet. Have a nice day.
Gtown71

United States

#280772 Jan 30, 2013
Ocean56 wrote:
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Yes, G, I responded to "Marianne's" post by saying that simply because SHE regretted having an abortion, it doesn't mean that all women "should" or "must" feel the same way. Obviously, you have a problem with that. Too bad.
The fact remains that there are women who DON'T regret having an abortion at all. They only regret GETTING pregnant in the first place.
http://www.imnotsorry.net
Yes, and I agree with that, as well as the stories about women who hate being moms.
I personaly know of 1 woman who walked away from 3 sets of kids with 3 different men, for another man each time.

The thing was, she was a great mom when she had them.
yet it was as if she had a switch, that she could flip and have no further dealings with her kids.

I love my daughter very much, but I'm not dumb to the fact of how much of "me " I have given up for her.

I also know full well how much time and work is involved, being that I was a stay at home dad for over 3 years.

I still don't believe moms hating it is the norm. I do believe there have been many changes in our country in the last 50 years that have lead to the "all about me " generation we now have.

Still hope you have a good day.
Gtown71

United States

#280773 Jan 30, 2013
Ocean56 wrote:
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And my writing about contraceptives would be a problem for you...WHY, exactly?
As to a woman having a tubal ligation or not, that is also a PERSONAL choice. There are doctors who refuse to perform a tubal ligation, especially on young women, even if they have already had children and don't want any more. So getting "fixed" isn't as easy as you would have everyone believe.
Gotta jet. Have a nice day.
The same to you :)

Since: Feb 07

Location hidden

#280774 Jan 30, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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I assume you have not argued abortion based on religion, and where has that got you?
There must be a reason you are anti -abortion.
I was for abortion, untill my life changing experience with God.
It seems many want good 'christians " to only speak about the love and forgiveness of God, and any negative comments make them a bad christian.
If the rich young ruler went to most any "church " in the US and asked (what must I do to have eternal life) they would tell him abc repeat after me, and you're saved. Then they would make him a deacon or preacher.
What did Jesus tell him?
I never expect anyone to read what I say and turn around and say "I see the light, thanks",but some ground is harder to sow on.
I mess up alot, and regret saying certain things, but not afraid to admit when I'm wrong.
I believe we are getting used to the dark, and things like abortion where millions of babies are being killed at will, just almost shuts down the mind.
Perhaps we will look back one day, and wonder "what were we thinking "
Especially when sooo many thank God for abortion.
Atleast that is my opinion.
"I assume you have not argued abortion based on religion, and where has that got you?"

Where has agrueing it on religious grounds gotten you?

"There must be a reason you are anti -abortion."

I see it as a human rights issue. IMO once a new life is made it deserves respect and protection.

"I was for abortion, untill my life changing experience with God."

That is fine for you but other's don't experience it the same way, and never will.

"It seems many want good 'christians " to only speak about the love and forgiveness of God, and any negative comments make them a bad christian.
If the rich young ruler went to most any "church " in the US and asked (what must I do to have eternal life) they would tell him abc repeat after me, and you're saved. Then they would make him a deacon or preacher.
What did Jesus tell him?
I never expect anyone to read what I say and turn around and say "I see the light, thanks",but some ground is harder to sow on.
I mess up alot, and regret saying certain things, but not afraid to admit when I'm wrong.
I believe we are getting used to the dark, and things like abortion where millions of babies are being killed at will, just almost shuts down the mind.
Perhaps we will look back one day, and wonder "what were we thinking "
Especially when sooo many thank God for abortion.
Atleast that is my opinion."

You have every right to hold and share you opinion, just as everyone else has the right to the same. This is a great country where we can sare, and fight for what we believe to be right.

“Pro-Life”

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#280775 Jan 30, 2013
Katie wrote:
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I meant the hypothetical question stemmed from the conversation regarding legal instance fetus becomes baby. Might as well flush all that BS following the word NO up there up there in your response wordy girl.
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Yes it did. Again, be sure to flush all that BS up there following the word NO in your response wordy girl.
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I haven't failed to understand anything. It is you who understands nothing. You don't even know what a Hypothetical Question is or what it entails.
"hypothetical question noun
Definition of HYPOTHETICAL QUESTION
: a question based on hypothetical facts concerning which a witness in court is asked for an opinion"
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/hyp...
"hy·po·thet·i·cal adjective \&#716;h&#299;-p&# 601;-&#712;the-ti-k&#6 01;l\
Definition of HYPOTHETICAL
: being or involving a hypothesis : conjectural <hypothetical arguments> <a hypothetical situation>"
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/hyp...
I know what a hypocthetical is, nitwit. It's PC that doesn't know the definitions of anything and can't read for comprehension when definitions are provided.

An answer to a hypothetical question requires the person answering to have intelligence (you lost there), factual information (you lost), SENSE (again you lost) and good judgment (no change, you still lost). Your opinions are based on the same, all of the things required to make informed and sound opinions, you don't have what it takes.
You don't have what it takes to answer a hypothetical question in such a way as to not make your self look mind bogglingly uninformed and ignorant.

Katie: "I meant the hypothetical question stemmed from the conversation regarding legal instance fetus becomes baby."

"At birth" means expulsion of the human life. Always has meant that, always will mean that. Your first mistake was in ignorantly thinking and believing it could be at first breath and cord cut.

“Pro-Life”

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#280776 Jan 30, 2013
*hypothetical

“2014 TDF”

Since: Mar 09

Boca Raton, FL.

#280777 Jan 30, 2013
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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So CD,(and anyone else interested) who do you like in the Superbowl?
I'm happy to see that New England isn't in the Superbowl this year. Personally, I think it's going to be a low scoring game. Even though SF has a slight advantage offensively, both teams are equally matched defensively.

But, to answer your question, I'm remaining partial to the AFC and will root for Baltimore.

How 'bout you darling?

“Pro-Life”

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#280778 Jan 30, 2013
Just as important as [legally] becoming newborn "baby", at expulsion,[legally] "fetus becomes baby" at viability. "Baby" is a subjective term. Child is what the human life is in utero. Definition of "chld" includes "unborn fetus".

Katie's irrelevant posts about what she meant in the stupidity she posted from the beginning amounts to as much as her original opinions did on the matter; NOTHING.

The "magical moment" (<Kate's term used), a fetus becomes newborn [infant/baby] is expulsion from mother's body. NOTHING else makes sense, no matter how hard she tried to make it make sense. Sense is backed by facts, and nothing she said was backed by any facts. The end.

Not for Katie the nut case. No, she can't admit her opinions didn't make sense, and didn't because they weren't backed by facts, so instead she's argued persistently trying to turn her senselessness into sense. It's been an epic fail, and she should have stopped arguing about it right from the beginning, but she doesn't even have enough sense to know that. Though she's tried to turn it around on PLers as though we're the ones who don't understand what she meant from the beginning, it too has been an epic fail.

Since: Jun 08

Atrisco Village

#280779 Jan 30, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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May be a shock, but you're wrong.
Millions of people take this seriously, since I've not said anything about this that wasn't talked about today on the mike huckabee show.
You may word it the way you wish, but all this is, is a way for a woman to have an abortion at her will.p
Somehow I think you already know this, but would you support and be ok with aborting a healthy nine months in the womb baby?
For any reason the woman gives like stress, depression, etc?
Or just becouse?
Why laws about viability?
Is it not the womans body all the way through?
At nine months, the fetus is ready to be birthed. I don't think any good doctor would consider an abortion at nine months to be best practice in medicine.

I was just informing you that you should think about adopting a less hysterical style of communication if you plan on trying to bring people to your way of thinking.

“2014 TDF”

Since: Mar 09

Boca Raton, FL.

#280780 Jan 30, 2013
Guppy wrote:
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Get out! You know one other person who was raised by a step mother? Wonders never cease.
Imagine that!

“Pro-Life”

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#280781 Jan 30, 2013
Even if newborn exits mother's body alive and never takes a first breath, cord isn't cut and dies "at birth", that BABY died after expulsion from mother's body, "at birth". Legally, medically, logically...that was not a fetus that died, but a baby. First breath not taken and cord attached has no bearing on it in any way.

Those are the facts which prove to any person with adult intelligence, that Katie's answer to a hypothetical question was based on her own ignorance of the facts, her own delusions that she was trying to claim were facts, and her own fantasy of a "magical moment" it happens that "legally" fetus becomes newborn "baby".

Since: Jun 08

Atrisco Village

#280782 Jan 30, 2013
Tom Tom wrote:
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It is more prevelent with proabrotion pagans like yourself. Since you hold nothing sacred, you hold no relationship as sacred. You do what you what when you want. You all have gods that say it is OK.
Let's see some statistics from an unbiased source to back that statement. What's the percentage of divorced Christians? Of Christian step-parents?

“2014 TDF”

Since: Mar 09

Boca Raton, FL.

#280783 Jan 30, 2013
Guppy wrote:
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Why so bitter?
True, I have no life experience and I am speculating like crazy.
Proof? It's called listening, reading and seeing. Kids want to stay with their original family. They want the same mother and father. Not some bimbo the father found at the local bar. I feel for these kids who end up with a stranger for a step parent. Doesn't work.
Did you have a bitter divorce? Is that it?
Disney movie? Don't get the connection.
I disagree; you clearly have lots of life experience. Seems to me, however, that your life experience is concentrated on the fact that your ex found a "bimbo" and it pisses you off that your child(ren) displya some affection towards that "bimbo."

Besides, since you admit you have little or no life experience, and the one you have is limited to listening, reading and seeing, who are you to make a statements like "Kids want to stay with their original family. They want the same mother and father[?]"

Don't be such a "guppy," Guppy. Guppies get fed to Oscars and fresh water turtles.

Since: Jun 08

Atrisco Village

#280784 Jan 30, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Why are the biggest christians the biggest liars? The bill says nothing at all like you describe.
<quoted text>
I asked him to actually read the bill. He declined the suggestion, obviously.

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#280785 Jan 30, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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It takes awhile to get to know the different people on a board like this, and I'm sure it went over my head, but is she gay?
Everything seems to go over your head. It shows how much you DONT pay any attention to what others say.

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#280786 Jan 30, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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I'm only a big christian, becouse of my size, but have yet to lie on this thread..
You're lying when you say this. Shall we start going back and posting all of your lies? We could start with the lies you've said about me and my religion for one.

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#280787 Jan 30, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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I'm only a big christian, becouse of my size, but have yet to lie on this thread.
You lie all the TIME on this thread, thus you're lying right now.

I did however get all of my info off of the mike Huckabee show yesterday.
He is a govenor "not that "they " don't lie ", but he is also a national radio show host, which anything he says can be verified.
Yet NOT ONE THING you've claimed can be verified.
I do normaly agree with looking into what people say, but chose not to on this.
Of course you didn't. What he supposedly said SUITS YOUR AGENDA.

You've proven my point that your kind are among the worst kind of blind followers.
So far no one has stated anything contrary to what he has.


You're lying AGAIN.

You've been given links TO the act itself, which doesn't discuss abortion AT ALL.
Guppy

Englewood, FL

#280788 Jan 30, 2013
Bitner wrote:
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Bitter?
Not at all. In fact, YOU are the one who sounds bitter here, about stepmothers.
No, no "bitter divorce". I was widowed, not that it's any of your business. My husband is a wonderful stepfather, and I am a stepmother. Our combined family is very happy.
You're ASSuming a "bimbo", huh? That says more about you than it does about stepmothers, you ass.
You never saw a Disney movie as a kid? That say much about you as well.
So after your husband died you ran right down to the local pub to find a replacement. Shame on you. Your husband wasn't even cold in the grave. You should be ashamed of yourself.
You can admit it - you are a bimbo. Someone has to be, and it might as well be you.
I guess if this guy dies, you'll be on the prowl again. Happy hunting...
It's funny how everyone needs to let others know how 'happy' they are. Leads me to believe they are not...
Bitter much?

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