Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

There are 337039 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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“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#302228 Jun 26, 2013
That's odd; my sister loves tramidol. It may take some time to get the full affect.

Well, at least you have a definite time frame; the end is in sight!
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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Same shit, different day. Stone hasn't moved one iota, but its dug in there good. THey can't blast it, so Tuesday morning bright and early, I get to go in for surgery for it to be manually removed. They're going to try to go in laproscopically (sp??) but if they cant get it out without damaging the ureter, they'll have to do it conventionally. Upside - Tuesday its over one way or another. Downside, I can't take Advil or any other kind of anti-inflammitory/blood thinning pain reliver between now and then. He gave me Tramidol, but so far, its not doing much. Its going to be a FUN FUN FUN 6 days......

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#302229 Jun 26, 2013
Yeah, look at the horrors in massachusetts, like having the lowest divorce rate in the country. Damn those reprobates!
persnickety wrote:
<quoted text>And down comes the U.S., down , down , down, chip ,chip, chip....just like Sodom and Gomorrah...

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#302230 Jun 26, 2013
A chosen lifestyle...like religion?
persnickety wrote:
<quoted text>Muslims will be over here soon Foo, and they don't like gay marriage. I don't consider a chosen lifestyle civil rights.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#302231 Jun 26, 2013
Do you masturbate to abortion videos?
No Relativism wrote:
<quoted text>
Awwwww.....you poor thing.
Just be glad the 'doctor' didn't rip your arm off w/ a pair of forceps, & rip you to shreds w/ a sharp curette.
You know, like what you promote happens to defenseless babies in the womb.....
Whiner.
Baby killer.
^^^ Deathscort Foo ^^^
I bet Hitler would've whined over a kidney stone, too. Ya know?

Since: Jun 13

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#302232 Jun 26, 2013
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
<quoted text> you got one too back! G'nite all!
Got it was looking in the wrong mail...Madame is forgetful. Lol

Since: Jun 13

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#302233 Jun 26, 2013
No Relativism wrote:
<quoted text>
Awwwww.....you poor thing.
Just be glad the 'doctor' didn't rip your arm off w/ a pair of forceps, & rip you to shreds w/ a sharp curette.
You know, like what you promote happens to defenseless babies in the womb.....
Whiner.
Baby killer.
^^^ Deathscort Foo ^^^
I bet Hitler would've whined over a kidney stone, too. Ya know?
I don't like abortion any more than you do. Probably for better reason.

However your lack of empathy empathy for another human reflects much worse on you ..Imo

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#302234 Jun 26, 2013
Well, that's stupider than usual. The DOMA decision means that gay married couples must be recognized by the federal government. Many legal experts say it may form a basis for allowing SSM in every state on the basis of the full faith and credit clause.

The prop 8 decision means that CA will once again be performing gay marriages.

State constitutional amendments against SSM are much harder to sell than they used to be. Just over half of the population supports SSM.

Sucks to be you.
No Relativism wrote:
<quoted text>
Gays ignoring The People's voice in California notwithstanding, all SCOTUS did was say it's up to each state to decide #SSM.
Basically, it is an impetus for states like mine to move more quickly to put traditional marriage solidly in state constitution.
Thanks, gays!

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#302235 Jun 26, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
A chosen lifestyle...like religion?
<quoted text>
Maybe Madame missed an answer.

Did you read the SABERHAGEN novels on Vlad.

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If you really like the Old guy..you will love these
If you can find them

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#302236 Jun 26, 2013
persnickety wrote:
<quoted text>Muslims will be over here soon Foo, and they don't like gay marriage. I don't consider a chosen lifestyle civil rights.
That's a ridiculous thing to float on knit
..They don't like Catholics either..you going to wear a burka??? Worship their God?? Kneel on prayer rugs facing

Mec ca???

If not you are in as much trouble ..worse...as the Churches will be the first to go.
No Relativism

Chicago, IL

#302237 Jun 27, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Do you masturbate to abortion videos?
<quoted text>
CPeterPrance: "Do you masturbate to abortion videos?"

_________

What's your next trick, Peter? Marriage equality w/ your pet pig?

Listick On A Pig

Please Move Your Curly Tail, Lil' Piggy. Petey Wants To Make A Visit.
No Relativism

Chicago, IL

#302238 Jun 27, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Well, that's stupider than usual. The DOMA decision means that gay married couples must be recognized by the federal government. Many legal experts say it may form a basis for allowing SSM in every state on the basis of the full faith and credit clause.
The prop 8 decision means that CA will once again be performing gay marriages.
State constitutional amendments against SSM are much harder to sell than they used to be. Just over half of the population supports SSM.
Sucks to be you.
<quoted text>
You live in Indiana.

Oh noes!

Yer gonna have to move, fatass.
No Relativism

Chicago, IL

#302239 Jun 27, 2013
Madam Kindle wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't like abortion any more than you do. Probably for better reason.
However your lack of empathy empathy for another human reflects much worse on you ..Imo
Madam: "Your lack of empathy for another human reflects much worse on you."
_________

You're full of shit, Madam. Why do I say this?

You squeal on and on like Petey's pig about how unempathetic I am. Yet, NOT ONCE have you addressed Foo's OUTRIGHT disrespect for those human beings in the womb.

I'm going to assume you missed my previous posts that listed EXACT QUOTES from your buddy Foo.

Put on your specs, dear, and read a few of Foo's quotes.=>
__________

Foo: "to hell with the embryo or fetus...'rip him apart, crush his skull, squish his beating heart'"

NR: "Preborn baby is clearly affected by abortion...to death."
Foo: "Yes No Relevance. That IS the point. Did you think ANYONE, including EVERY WOMAN THAT HAS ONE does NOT realise this?
Thank you for repeating it obsessively. Just in case ANYONE was unsure, lets make it even MORE clear, shall we?"

Foo: "I dont give two shits about those ZEFS"

Foo: "Toilet Twins"
__________

Now, I will no longer give you the benefit of the doubt, Madam.

Here are my expections: 1) That you will adequately address foos lack of empathy for preborn babies. 2) That you'll get off my ass re foo's kidney stone.

If I do not see an adquate response from you, we will have a problem on our hands.

Am I clear?

"I don't like abortion" - Madam

I guess we'll see if your statement is authentic....we'll see if you can actualize your stated sentiment into action.

Remember, no bullshit, dear. Address Foo & her quotes (Her obvious lack of empathy & respect for preborn babies).

TIA.

“Dan IS the Man”

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#302240 Jun 27, 2013
persnickety wrote:
<quoted text>Muslims will be over here soon Foo, and they don't like gay marriage. I don't consider a chosen lifestyle civil rights.
And then they will come for you next. Better get out your burka and be ready.

“Dan IS the Man”

Since: May 12

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#302241 Jun 27, 2013
persnickety wrote:
<quoted text>I don't consider a chosen lifestyle civil rights.
Are you really this ignorant?

“Dan IS the Man”

Since: May 12

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#302242 Jun 27, 2013
No Relativism wrote:
<quoted text>

_________
What's your next trick, Peter? Marriage equality w/ your pet pig?
Knut's husband already did that one.
Ocean56

AOL

#302243 Jun 27, 2013
pencil wrote:
Ocean glad to see you don't. Believe god.hell won't. Be as bad. You should preach about the pressure girls are under to have sex. Even the pressure put on by themselves and their own lust.
I'll decide for MYSELF what subjects to talk about, goofy. YOU don't get to make those decisions for me...or anyone else, for that matter. Don't like it? Too bad.
pencil

United States

#302244 Jun 27, 2013
No Relativism wrote:
<quoted text>
Madam: "Your lack of empathy for another human reflects much worse on you."
_________
You're full of shit, Madam. Why do I say this?
You squeal on and on like Petey's pig about how unempathetic I am. Yet, NOT ONCE have you addressed Foo's OUTRIGHT disrespect for those human beings in the womb.
I'm going to assume you missed my previous posts that listed EXACT QUOTES from your buddy Foo.
Put on your specs, dear, and read a few of Foo's quotes.=>
__________
Foo: "to hell with the embryo or fetus...'rip him apart, crush his skull, squish his beating heart'"
NR: "Preborn baby is clearly affected by abortion...to death."
Foo: "Yes No Relevance. That IS the point. Did you think ANYONE, including EVERY WOMAN THAT HAS ONE does NOT realise this?
Thank you for repeating it obsessively. Just in case ANYONE was unsure, lets make it even MORE clear, shall we?"
Foo: "I dont give two shits about those ZEFS"
Foo: "Toilet Twins"
__________
Now, I will no longer give you the benefit of the doubt, Madam.
Here are my expections: 1) That you will adequately address foos lack of empathy for preborn babies. 2) That you'll get off my ass re foo's kidney stone.
If I do not see an adquate response from you, we will have a problem on our hands.
Am I clear?
"I don't like abortion" - Madam
I guess we'll see if your statement is authentic....we'll see if you can actualize your stated sentiment into action.
Remember, no bullshit, dear. Address Foo & her quotes (Her obvious lack of empathy & respect for preborn babies).
TIA.
Well put!!!
These pagans. And pagan lovers will not ever get it!
pencil

United States

#302245 Jun 27, 2013
Ocean56 wrote:
<quoted text>
I'll decide for MYSELF what subjects to talk about, goofy. YOU don't get to make those decisions for me...or anyone else, for that matter. Don't like it? Too bad.
Yes it seems you are so concerned for womens rights, that you even defend their right to have their unborn babies killed to protect those rights. I'll. Check back in a month or two to see you still protecting the women by advocating the murder of babies.
I only told you hell won't. Be as bad but it will be hell.
pencil

United States

#302246 Jun 27, 2013
Madam Kindle wrote:
<quoted text>
Got it was looking in the wrong mail...Madame is forgetful. Lol
Yes you seem to have forgotten the one true church. Your other friends have as well.
Ocean56

AOL

#302247 Jun 27, 2013
pencil wrote:
You should preach about the pressure girls are under to have sex. Even the pressure put on by themselves and their own lust.
Then the pressure to kill the baby, then the pressure to kill themselves for feeling guilty for killing a baby.
You may not belive in a god but make no mistake you work for a little god called satan. You will join him one day forever more. I pray you think about that before you draw your last selfish self centered breath.
Actually, goofy, I also think teen sex is a BAD IDEA; primarily because it leads to two serious -- and UNWANTED -- outcomes, which are pregnancy and STD's.

That's why I have said more than once that teens would be better off being sex-FREE (free FROM sex, that is) until after they have completed all levels of their education. Unwanted pregnancy and teen motherhood can really mess up a girl's plans for college and career, and STD's can do the same thing.

Girls who choose to be sex-FREE won't have to worry about unwanted pregnancy or STD's. Therefore, they will be FREE to complete required homework assignments, study for important tests, maintain a good grade average, enjoy extracurricular activities, attend any dances and parties they wish, and of course GRADUATE high school with their class. Then they're free to go on to college or vocational school, after completing that, to good jobs and careers with no restrictions on their time or freedom.

If some girls and young women decide they NEVER want to be mothers at any time in their lives, that's fine too. A woman has the same right NOT to have children as she does to be a mother. Maybe she would rather be a financially independent career woman instead. There's nothing wrong with that choice, contrary to what the Phyllis Schlafly crowd would have everyone believe.

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