Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

There are 20 comments on the Jan 22, 2008, Newsday story 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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“Pro-Life”

Since: Dec 10

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#282500 Feb 6, 2013
Katie wrote:
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Why are you all into abortion porn?
Do you watch open heart surgeries, too?
Yes, as a matter of fact some of us have seen open heart surgery, and facelifts, and whatever else has been televised at one point or another. It's just surgery, after all, isn't it?

If you're going to compare a surgical abortion to open heart surgery, why then didn't you call it 'open heart surgery porn'?

What an irrational mental case you are. Since you're the one calling it abortion "porn", it displays you're the one looking at it that way. You get sexual gratification from it, do you? Not one PLer has ever equated video of an abortion to porn. Only PCers have.

“Pro-Life”

Since: Dec 10

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#282501 Feb 6, 2013
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text>There is proof of their existence. There is no proof that Jesus Christ existed. Stop asking the same question, expecting a different answer.
How do you know they existed?
sasylicious

Jackson, NJ

#282502 Feb 6, 2013
Katie wrote:
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Why? You can't take a joke?
I responding to STO's poking fun at you. Agreed with him you'd know who was going to hell or not. Wasn't sure about the Gtown character, though.
STO poking fun at me? Where?

YOU .....making a joke? Now THATS funny. You lack any resemblance of humor. You proaborts are so humorless. Ya'll need to lighten up. Ive never seen such angry nasty people in my life.

“Pro-Life”

Since: Dec 10

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#282503 Feb 6, 2013
Niether of the Above wrote:
<quoted text>Your twisting the arquement, I didn't say anyone was attempting to influence laws or make anyone believe in Jesus. I merely said, we believe Socrates and other great philosophers of both the Greek and Roman civilizations existed, yet we have no real proof, physical or otherwise, but we don't believe Jesus Christ existed because we have no physical proof? Why the double standard?
Exactly. There are writings claimed to have been written by them, but can the PCers prove that they wrote it, or that those are actually their names?
Katie

Spanaway, WA

#282504 Feb 6, 2013
sasylicious wrote:
<quoted text> There are two kinda of women who "DON'T regret having an abortion". One is a woman who is still living in denial(coping mechanism) and the other is a spiritually /emotionally dead one.
The rest....do. MANY have found healing and forgiveness from God for killing their child. He then, restores them back to sanity. I happen to know a few.The pain of the memory on that very dreadful day(of the abortion ) never really leave them or acknowledging how old their child *would have been*.
Sad.
I pray for those women on that link who are struggling with their sanity. If you were pro-woman, you'd join me.
Whoo boy, JM. You've done stuck women in a box. You wrapped it up, semi-nicely, stuck a bow on it, but it's still just a box.

And there's no basis in reality to it.

The psychiatry community has determined there is no "post-abortion syndrome". It's determined women who have mental health issues following an abortion were women who had mental health issues prior to the abortion. If anything, the abortion compounded those earlier issues or those earlier issues compounded the abortion. In some instances, some women post-abortion have been diagnosed with PTSD. But it's not diagnosed as a result of *only* the abortion procedure. Plus it applies to both induced and spontaneous abortion.
lil Lily wrote:
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She gets it, but you don't. Yes, everybody has to live with the decisions they make, but caring people are the ones who try to help others make a decision they won't regret for the rest of their lives. She's saying that people don't HAVE to live with decisions they'd regret, IF they had the right kind of help before making a life or death decision for their unborn child.
You PC people posting here couldn't care less about teens or women, and don't care whether or not they make a right decision for themselves, or whether or not they'd be able to live with the decision. You only care that they have a "right" to abort. That's all you display here.
It doesn't seem like you or JM *is* offering "the right kind of help" to women. Imo, it seems like all you offer is a guilt trip in the fast lane. Your way or the highway. Unworthy until they admit you offer "the right kind of help" and that they *need* it.

Throw in a little projection and a mistaken idea of what others stand for sure adds the final touches to that box for women wrapped up bright and shiny, topped with a big bow.

“Pro-Life”

Since: Dec 10

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#282505 Feb 6, 2013
Niether of the Above wrote:
<quoted text>If we use the premise, coins, writings statues are proof of existence, No one has more pictures, statues, carvings than Jesus Christ, They built mounments at his gravesite, at his birthplace! PS. I never mentioned divine or God at all, so apparently your prejudice against his existence is more wound up in his divinity versus his actual existence? It is easier to deny his divinity if you deny his existence!
Well done. Petey's an ignorant buffoon who posts lies and claims they're facts.

“Dan IS the Man”

Since: May 12

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#282506 Feb 6, 2013
Niether of the Above wrote:
<quoted text>So your saying 2/3rds of the world's population, who have some tie to a Christian Religion, all of whom believe Jesus Christ is their Lord and Savior, their all wrong and your right? I never met Socrates or Plato, Aristotle, but I believe they lived. How is Jesus Christ different?
"I never met Socrates or Plato, Aristotle, but I believe they lived. How is Jesus Christ different?'

Nobody worships those guys as deities. Nobody tries to impose religious dogma on the rest of society because of those guys. Those philosophers aren't being called the King of the Jews or the Son of God.

To be the Son of God there would have to be a God. Got proof?
Obskeptic

Northville, MI

#282507 Feb 6, 2013
Ocean56 wrote:
But wait, there's more:
HARDSHIP #6: LOSS OF PRIVATE TIME – When a baby arrives, a mom will quickly find that she doesn’t have privacy any more. If she used to read books for hours with few or no interruptions, that will no longer be an option for her. If she is a teen mom who needs quiet time to complete her homework assignments or study for important final exams, that won’t be possible either. A baby will demand her attention many times during the day, so she won’t have private time for doing the things she enjoys or needs to complete.
HARDSHIP #7: DEALING WITH COLIC – For girls/women who are unaware, colic is a long period of crying, screaming and shrieking that can last for many hours a day, and even all night. It can begin when the baby is as young as three weeks old, and it can go on until the baby is five months old. My son had colic for almost two months as an infant. For me, it seemed more like two years. During that time, the crying usually began in the early evening and would last until past midnight. I would walk around the small apartment, carrying him in my arms, for hours trying to comfort him, but nothing I did really worked. He wouldn’t eat, and he most certainly didn’t sleep, and I was a wreck as a result. Being deprived of sleep, with a colicky baby on top of that, can really feel like torture for a mom after a while. I was no exception.
You could have saved a boat load of space if you had just written that your to f'ing selfish to think about anybody but your self. We get it. Your a taker, not a giver. You should never be a mother because motherhood requires oneself to give and sacrifice. This is a foreign concept for people like you.
Katie

Spanaway, WA

#282508 Feb 6, 2013
sasylicious wrote:
<quoted text> STO poking fun at me? Where?
YOU .....making a joke? Now THATS funny. You lack any resemblance of humor. You proaborts are so humorless. Ya'll need to lighten up. Ive never seen such angry nasty people in my life.
Y'all don't understand anything outside your tiny universe, JM. Can't blame me for that.

(you gave yourself away. why do you need more than one persona here? y'all bored?)

“Dan IS the Man”

Since: May 12

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#282509 Feb 6, 2013
Husker Fan wrote:
<quoted text>No one would let you near children.
Are you talking to a priest?

“Pro-Life”

Since: Dec 10

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#282510 Feb 6, 2013
sasylicious wrote:
<quoted text>Speaks volumes when they are afraid to admit the truth.
Us prolifers have NO problem admitting being ANTI CHOICE regarding abortion but they cant admit to being proABORTION as choice.
Deception...the name of the proabortion movements game.
Exactly.
Gtown71

United States

#282511 Feb 6, 2013
Bitner wrote:
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And what exactly was your point in doing so?
To simply show the flip side of the coin.
To, as ocean says educate young women, so they know that in fact there are many women who DO regret having an abortion.

“Dan IS the Man”

Since: May 12

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#282512 Feb 6, 2013
sasylicious wrote:
<quoted text> You never answered my question. You said that your daughter or gf didn't believe in original sin. Why then, were they Baptised "twice".
If your daughter has a baby will she Baptise her newborn?
I find it interesting that the spelling of your name is constantly changing. That would indicate that for some reason you have to keep retyping it in. Hmmmm...
Katie

Spanaway, WA

#282513 Feb 6, 2013
lil Lily wrote:
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Yes, as a matter of fact some of us have seen open heart surgery, and facelifts, and whatever else has been televised at one point or another. It's just surgery, after all, isn't it?
If you're going to compare a surgical abortion to open heart surgery, why then didn't you call it 'open heart surgery porn'?
What an irrational mental case you are. Since you're the one calling it abortion "porn", it displays you're the one looking at it that way. You get sexual gratification from it, do you? Not one PLer has ever equated video of an abortion to porn. Only PCers have.
Your deductive reasoning missed a few steps. You jumped from surgical porn to irrational mental case to accusing me of what other PL do.

I get no gratification out of watching surgeons perform. I am completely neutral when it comes to surgical procedures. Clinical, but only to a point. I am saddened when unexpected death occurs following or during a surgical procedure. Any time really. Unexpected death is the hardest to deal with, imo.

“Pro-Life”

Since: Dec 10

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#282514 Feb 6, 2013
Katie wrote:
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Whoo boy, JM. You've done stuck women in a box. You wrapped it up, semi-nicely, stuck a bow on it, but it's still just a box.
And there's no basis in reality to it.
The psychiatry community has determined there is no "post-abortion syndrome". It's determined women who have mental health issues following an abortion were women who had mental health issues prior to the abortion. If anything, the abortion compounded those earlier issues or those earlier issues compounded the abortion. In some instances, some women post-abortion have been diagnosed with PTSD. But it's not diagnosed as a result of *only* the abortion procedure. Plus it applies to both induced and spontaneous abortion.
<quoted text>
It doesn't seem like you or JM *is* offering "the right kind of help" to women. Imo, it seems like all you offer is a guilt trip in the fast lane. Your way or the highway. Unworthy until they admit you offer "the right kind of help" and that they *need* it.
Throw in a little projection and a mistaken idea of what others stand for sure adds the final touches to that box for women wrapped up bright and shiny, topped with a big bow.
Katie: "The psychiatry community has determined ..."

I realize you delude yourself into believing that your word alone should be taken as fact, but your unsubstantiated opinions are neither facts nor proof of facts. Your opinions of what we've posted are based on your ignorance and senselessness.
Katie

Spanaway, WA

#282515 Feb 6, 2013
lil Lily wrote:
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Katie: "The psychiatry community has determined ..."
I realize you delude yourself into believing that your word alone should be taken as fact, but your unsubstantiated opinions are neither facts nor proof of facts. Your opinions of what we've posted are based on your ignorance and senselessness.
Or you can skip the unfounded criticism and research it yourself.

“Pro-Life”

Since: Dec 10

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#282517 Feb 6, 2013
Katie wrote:
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Or you can skip the unfounded criticism and research it yourself.
Not unfounded at all. You're lazy and a liar, and don't ever prove your claims. I'll ask for proof of the person making the claim, you, and when you can't provide it, you prove your own statements are "unsubstantiated".

I don't care either way, because it's your claim and your responsibility to substantiate it as an informed and competent claim, or leave it unsubstantiated, and have it be your opinion only.

Just don't try to claim your opinions are facts, without proving the facts, and proving those facts support the stupidity you posted.

Since: Oct 08

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#282518 Feb 6, 2013
Long Night Moon 13 wrote:
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"I never met Socrates or Plato, Aristotle, but I believe they lived. How is Jesus Christ different?'
Nobody worships those guys as deities. Nobody tries to impose religious dogma on the rest of society because of those guys. Those philosophers aren't being called the King of the Jews or the Son of God.
To be the Son of God there would have to be a God. Got proof?
In my original post, I never mention God, divinity or anything of that nature. What we really have here is the prejudice against Jesus Christ the man and his existence, because he has a claim to divinty as well. Do I have proof that there is a God? or do I have proof Jesus Christ was the son of God? The answer, to people like yourself, who demand some level of concrete evidence, is Nope. But you have aready shown your prejudice and preconcieved ideas so while you state Socrates and Aristotle existed, you have no proof, but still believe because of some external writings or artifacts. You don't allow however, those who believe Jesus Christ existed, the same level of proof, in otherwords you set the bar, just a little bit higher. To prove he was the Son of Man is beyond most people's comprehension and unless you spend years going to church and interepting the writings of the bible and Gospels you will never really understand how and why Catholics believe Jesus Christ is the son of God. Of course, if you don't believe in a God, it doens't matter if Jesus is his son or not, does it? I can understand, due to the lack of education/understanding, not believing in his divinity, but not believing he existed as a man, just befuddles me. But hey good luck, I will pray for the salvation of your soul.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#282519 Feb 6, 2013
You mistake the issue. I don't any reason to believe he existed because there is not one iota of proof. EVERYTHING we have came long after all witnesses had died. Just because someone said something and someone else believes it doen't verify its authenticity.

Using the bible to "prove" jesus lived is equal to my using stoker's book to prove dracula was real.

I've seen no reason to believe in any deity; none of them have any proof of existing.
Niether of the Above wrote:
<quoted text>So now the paradigm changes. Now we need writing or artifacts actually in existence at the time of person was living to verify the existence of same! You will continue to promote the arguement regardless of what is said, because it is your belief, he didn't exist. Quite Frankly the mere fact many seek to disprove his existence, dispite the writing of prophets in the Old Testament and those in the New is a testament to the impact the man had on the world and on society today. You can deny his existence, you can challenge his divinity. That is what is great about this country, we actually can disagree and have the freedom to express that disagreement. Quick question, Do you believe in any form of diety?

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#282520 Feb 6, 2013
In his own image? So god is a tall fat black hermaphrodite blonde skinny dwarf with asian features? Look around at the "images".
sasylicious wrote:
<quoted text> You support killing what God created in his image an d likeness. Our bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit.
Yes, you are evil. God is not of evil and you know that Mr bible reader. You know who is though.

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