Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

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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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Since: Sep 09

Whining is unbecoming

#285249 Feb 20, 2013
Eddie M wrote:
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Sure you do Tom Tom.
Eddie, you seem to be hanging on in here!

To answer one of your earlier questions - Mr. Mary occasionally posts on a ghosted thread. He has assured me that he and Dad (ChooseLife) are fine. Despite my disagreements with both of them in the past, somewhere along the way I've grown fond of them and wish them nothing but the best.

I suspect they've tired of topix. Topix can be tiring.:-)
STO

Vallejo, CA

#285250 Feb 20, 2013
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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It would be YOU that's wrong dear, as usual.
Boiling it down to the basics, if the fetus isn't viable, the infant wont be.
Dumbass.
You had to tell her, Foo?! You're takin' all the fun outta it.
Guppy

Englewood, FL

#285251 Feb 20, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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The devil is the father of all who are not a child of God, so perhaps you should get more candles for my ex father / your current father for his fathers day cake.
He can be fun at times in this life, and sometimes not so much, but I hear he is Hell to spend eternity with.
If you are not a child of God, the devil is your father?

Kind of like 'Rosemary's Baby?'
STO

Vallejo, CA

#285252 Feb 20, 2013
lil Lily wrote:
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Holy crap, didn't you pay attention to your own hypothetical stupidity? YOU said in future viability could be 8 weeks with artificial wombs.
You talked about artificial wombs and "viability could become practically limitless". If viability could become "practically limitless", and keeping in mind your ridiculous "viability at 8 weeks" stupidity, then viability would be a non-issue, not only because you're talking about artificial wombs, but because you stated a possibility of viabilty being at 8 weeks. You can't even follow your own line of reasoning about your own stupid hypothetical.
Were you or were you not still talking about fetuses in [artificial wombs] when you stated "viability could become practically limitless"? Were you or were you not talking about viability as it relates to the abortion issue?
But see, I never asserted viability would be a non-issue. I said "viability could become practically limitless". Doc replied, "Theoreticaly, yes". All of this in regards to the strict legal definition.

You need to pay attention if you want to participate. Otherwise, keep arguing with yourself.
STO

Vallejo, CA

#285253 Feb 20, 2013
lil Lily wrote:
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Lily isn't mixed up at all, you obsessed with Lynne fool.
STO spoke of artificial wombs when he presented his ridiculous hypothetical about viability being at 8 weeks.
He said viability could become pracically limitless...and keeping in mind he suggested viability at 8 weeks and talking about artificial wombs, that would make viability a non-issue. If someone is going to go artificial womb route, and viability would be 8 weeks, abortion would also be a non-issue.
I knew you dummies wouldn't be able to follow any sensible reasoning with his artificial womb hypthetical and ridiculousness about viability being at 8 weeks, and you both proved you couldn't by trying to change what he said into being about something else. That something else having nothing to do with his hypothetical and discussion with Doc about artificial wombs.
You're the one saying abortion would be a no-issue. I haven't. Doc did, and Foo replied with reasons it would still be an issue and Doc said, "Point taken".

You're arguing with yourself.
STO

Vallejo, CA

#285254 Feb 20, 2013
lil Lily wrote:
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LOL, wrong, you ignorant buffoon.
Boiling it down to basics, a fetus IS NOT a newborn infant, and never will be.
Viability of a fetus is about a fetus, NOT a newborn infant.
Viability of a fetus is REACHED while IN UTERO.
Viability of a newborn infant is NOT REACHED while IN UTERO.
Basics that you boneheads don't have the intelligence or sense to understand.
lol

"Viability of a newborn infant is NOT REACHED while IN UTERO."

So, when is it "reached"?

"Viability of a fetus is REACHED while IN UTERO."

Then, after it's born "Viability of [the] newborn infant is NOT REACHED while IN UTERO."??

lol
Guppy

Englewood, FL

#285255 Feb 20, 2013
Forum wrote:
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He lets everyone fight because that is what they want.
We do not call on him until we need him.
We make friends so we do not have enemies.
When you call on 'him,' does he usually help you? For instance?

What happens when a little kid is being beaten and raped and they need 'his' help. Does he help them?
Has there ever been a time when 'he' showed up and stopped a rapist before he raped?

You must have the answer, right?
Gtown71

United States

#285256 Feb 20, 2013
STO wrote:
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Clearly, there is a physical reaction for the guilty woman caused by the bitter water. Using the Strong's to translate key words back to Hebrew, there is no doubt these physical reactions are specifically to the womb and the other reproductive organs. They prove her guilt and what is her guilt?-- that she slept with another man.
Gtown finds these facts inconvenient.
Well atleast you're right on this one -her guilt WAS the fact that she slept with another man, yet the INNOCENT woman was able to RECIEVE SEED, which means SHE WAS NOT PREGNANT, and it never says the guilty one was either.

Again sto, even if it clearly said that an abortion took place, for it to mean "as you say ",a place where God condones abortion, then a woman today would have to :
A. Be married
B. Cheat on her husband
C.get pregnant from the affair
D.hope that the spirit of jealousy comes on her husband
E.lie to her husband, when asked if she's ever cheated
F.go with her husband to the priest
G.go through the entire deal
H.not only let her lies and affair end her pregnancy, but be prepared for her thigh to rot, and be shunned by All.
I. BE A JEW

Have you ever admitted being wrong and moving on before, or can you just not seem to do that?
I promise, if you do, that I will not bring it up again, or throw it in your face, and be willing to listen to future interpretations from you . After all, if a christian is not very good at forgiveness, then that is what their main entire life change is based on,so they have somewhat of a problem.
Ink

Philadelphia, PA

#285257 Feb 20, 2013
Katie wrote:
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Seems to me Ink's false premise is that every woman at PP holding a positive pregnancy test in hand is there for an abortion.
I said that 'IF' she wants one she would be referred to a clinic that performs abortions. Makes sense doesn't it?
Gtown71

United States

#285258 Feb 20, 2013
STO wrote:
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Ha! My grandparents never said g-dam or g-dammit. They always said odd-damm, instead. It works for it's purpose.
Don't you think in Gods eyes, He knows what one is thinking in their heart?
If one is going to be guilty, they might as well do it, no?
Guppy

Englewood, FL

#285259 Feb 20, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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Yes it did!!!
Yes you're right, it did and does go against all common sense, atleast the salvation part.
It doesn't make one bit of sense, it didn't then and doesn't now!
It was such a huge transformation, and me beling lead to read a bible and go to church, although I was not around anyone who was religious at all combined with many things such as desires for drink, drugs, cursing all taken away, it started to make perfect sense.
Yet there is nothing spiritual that makea sense to the carnal mind.
Tithing is giving 10% of your income to the local storehouse or "church ",which makes no sense at all, but I can promise you it works.
PS -God doesn't need any money -He just asks for our faith.
Religion is ALL about money. And of course, raping young boys.

When a priest is raping lots of little boys, where is god? I guess he could be standing in the corner laughing his butt off. God is useless.

When do we get to see god? Can't wait.
Ink

Philadelphia, PA

#285260 Feb 20, 2013
Bitner wrote:
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LOL, nonsense. What melodramatic crap.
I said nothing about what I believed, and I'm "defending" nothing. In fact, I asked YOU to defend YOUR position. I asked you for proof of your claims. Proof you have not, and can not, provide for a claim you cannot defend. If you were honest, you'd just say so. But you're not.
You cannot get around the fact that abortion is only a small fragment of what they do, and that they cannot be called "abortion mills" when only slightly over half of their clinics even perform abortions.
Don't know where you are trying to run with this. I said that if a woman wanted an abortion and she was not at a clinic that does abortions she would be advised of one that does. Isn't that PP's purpose?
Gtown71

United States

#285261 Feb 20, 2013
STO wrote:
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She didn't have a choice. You said you read the passages? Doesn't look like it.
She had a choice, she could have just told her husband what she did, right?

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#285262 Feb 20, 2013
Yes. Yes, "their highnesses" do tell everyone what the constitution says--which is what the constitution itself says. You should read it someday.

You are precisely why the founders did NOT make this a direct democracy--because you're too lazy and venal to learn or allow others their enumerated constitutional rights.
SapphireBlue wrote:
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So because one state contested it, all states have to be subjected to "Their Highnesses'" ruling?
It's always one woman who decides what's best for all of us when no one was complaining.
No wonder Eve ate the fruit from the fobidden tree first.
Madeline Murray O'Hare complained when no one else did. Ironically, her son became a Christian and actively spoke out against his upbringing by his own mother.
Norma McCorvey, aka "Roe", complained when no one else did. Ironically, she became an anti-abortion activist.
Not only did they change the landscape but left a maze we've gotten lost in. Talk about going completely overboard losing all perspective.
Guppy

Englewood, FL

#285263 Feb 20, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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Well atleast you're right on this one -her guilt WAS the fact that she slept with another man, yet the INNOCENT woman was able to RECIEVE SEED, which means SHE WAS NOT PREGNANT, and it never says the guilty one was either.
Again sto, even if it clearly said that an abortion took place, for it to mean "as you say ",a place where God condones abortion, then a woman today would have to :
A. Be married
B. Cheat on her husband
C.get pregnant from the affair
D.hope that the spirit of jealousy comes on her husband
E.lie to her husband, when asked if she's ever cheated
F.go with her husband to the priest
G.go through the entire deal
H.not only let her lies and affair end her pregnancy, but be prepared for her thigh to rot, and be shunned by All.
I. BE A JEW
Have you ever admitted being wrong and moving on before, or can you just not seem to do that?
I promise, if you do, that I will not bring it up again, or throw it in your face, and be willing to listen to future interpretations from you . After all, if a christian is not very good at forgiveness, then that is what their main entire life change is based on,so they have somewhat of a problem.
Can you imagine being the parent of a little boy who was raped and you were so beside yourself, you talked to your local parish priest about it, hoping he would comfort you. In this case, the priest didn't rape the boy, someone else did. Can you imagine what the priest must be thinking? Does he get all anxious and start to sweat or does he stifle a big laugh?
Shame on anyone who still attends mass and hands over their hard earned money to THEM. They are just as bad as the priests.
Ink

Philadelphia, PA

#285264 Feb 20, 2013
Bitner wrote:
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Let's see this proof you keep claiming exists. Chapter and verse, please. Or are you going to keep offering excuses why you "won't" offer it yet, Fraud?
I believe that Jesus followed the Commandments given to Moses and preached that every Jew should adhere to them. His message was one of love and forgiveness.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#285265 Feb 20, 2013
Nope. You're outright lying
Gtown71 wrote:
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Wrong.
He's against it for all, but for sure christians!

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#285266 Feb 20, 2013
Ink wrote:
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Don't know where you are trying to run with this. I said that if a woman wanted an abortion and she was not at a clinic that does abortions she would be advised of one that does. Isn't that PP's purpose?
You're lying. What you ACTUALLY said was that she'd just be referred to "another PP clinic" that does abortions, because they "keep it all in the family".

I asked you to prove that, and you can't. Like I said, if you were honest, you'd admit it. You're not.

And no, that's not their purpose.

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#285267 Feb 20, 2013
Ink wrote:
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I believe that Jesus followed the Commandments given to Moses and preached that every Jew should adhere to them. His message was one of love and forgiveness.
One, none of the commandments say anything about abortion.

Two I wasn't asking you, so what you "believe", is irrelevant.
STO

Vallejo, CA

#285268 Feb 20, 2013
SapphireBlue wrote:
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That was my point. Saying one is a Christian while they reek of rotten fruit is clear evidence they are not.
I watched a documentary last night about the Spaniards' treatment of the Indians and their cruelty to them in the name of "Christianity" in search of riches. It almost made me ill. Couldn't even finish watching it.
So it was fresh on my mind. It is true that some come to know the truth out of a fear of hell, so there's nothing wrong with that or even reminding them that this is a distinct possibility.
We both agree that we are all part of one body but with different functions and Christ is the head of that body.
So no worries, I hope, and it's all good.
Geez. I wish I had a nickel for every time a fellow Christian on this thread told me I'm going to hell.

With Gtown, I'd be up at least $25. lol

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