Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

There are 310234 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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#265841 Nov 19, 2012
elise in burque wrote:
Wow, the alleged Christians are the most offensive, foul-mouthed and un-Christ-like posters on this thread. Who would want to learn more about their religion, with them
as representatives? I thought Christians were supposed to bring people to their faith.
That would be because the fools like Skanky, Knutter and Lynne D aren't actually Christians. At best, they're Hypochrist's.

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#265842 Nov 19, 2012
lil Lily wrote:
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Yeah, whatever you say. Just can't bring yourself to admit that Foo deserves every bit of ridiculing she dishes out. Problem for you is; when she dishes it out like when you do, neither of you knows what you're talking about and you both look stupid trying to put yourselves above pro-life posters here.
You know you can't defend Foo's ignorance, so you try to attack with stupidity and lies like, " What a waste of the existance God gave you, to try to beat down every person that disagrees with you."
Wrong, Toots, that's people like Foo, whom you so loyally defend for who knows WHAT reason, while you report people like me who simply post the truth. People who try to "beat down every person who disagrees with" them, people like Foo, are the ones you defend here, and people they try to beat down are the ones you choose to attack with lies. I'm sure that hasn't gone unnoticed by anyone with intelligence or sense.
BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAA!! Oh this is some funny shit!! Lynniekins, you dont know a THING about 'intelligence' and 'sense'. Your 7 year history proves that! LOLOLOL!!

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#265843 Nov 19, 2012
lil Lily wrote:
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Factually, you proved you can't read for comprehension,
Uh no. FACTUALLY I proved that I'm human just like everyone else, and make mistakes. I made one mistake a few days ago when reading something, something EVERYONE does from time to time, I admitted it and moved on. Something you are physically incapable of doing apparently.

And FACTUALLY I've proven that you got NOTHING beyond your ridiculous, incessent and irrelevant nitpicking about stupid shit.

Balance of your bullshit deleted for redundant stupidity.

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#265844 Nov 19, 2012
Googleicious wrote:
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I fail to see where Lilrabbit fails to comprehend what she "reads on a regular basis". In fact, I see that she comprehends MUCH more than you wish she did, for if she didn't, she wouldn't OWN YOU so often, neither would she get under your skin so easily. I think that's simply you trying desperately to gain attention from those that see through you.
In point of fact, Lilrabbit is 100% correct when she OWNS YOU on your incessent nitpicking, and your own failures on this forum to have or gain any credibility.

You think you OWNED her on a mistake she admitted she made. What kind of award would you like for that? <<tic>>
Enjoy your phyrric victory, at the cost of your credibility.
Thank you for your kind words, but I have to correct one thing.

A) The stupid thing isn't going to have a clue what your last line means and...

B) SHe's never HAD any credibility to begin with. Clearly its not something she values to begin with.

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#265845 Nov 19, 2012
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text>lol. It just bothers me that these a-holes claim to be members of the same religion as the real Christians that I know.
Well lets be honest, they claim a LOT of things that have no basis in reality. Just look at their claims about abortion for evidence of that.

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#265849 Nov 19, 2012
Here's a follow up on that woman who died in Ireland. How beautiful she was. http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/story/2012/11/19...

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#265851 Nov 20, 2012
AyakaNeo wrote:
Here's a follow up on that woman who died in Ireland. How beautiful she was. http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/story/2012/11/19...
That government that inacted such barbaric laws should be ashamed of itself.

“Never look back unless”

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you're in a rough neighborhood

#265852 Nov 20, 2012
AyakaNeo wrote:
Here's a follow up on that woman who died in Ireland. How beautiful she was. http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/story/2012/11/19...
Senseless. From your link:

"I consider what happened to Savita an affront to human dignity and a serious form of violence," said Tina Acketoft, chairwoman of the council's Committee on Equality and Non-Discrimination."

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Fully agree.

“Proud to be a Wiccan Priest”

Since: Jul 09

Jonesboro AR

#265855 Nov 20, 2012
AyakaNeo wrote:
Here's a follow up on that woman who died in Ireland. How beautiful she was. http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/story/2012/11/19...
I am thankful that Roe v Wade exists in this country. What has happened in Ireland could have happen just as easily here with out RvW.

I wish she had not dies. At the same time i think the Irish government is going to have to confront it own inaction. Perhaps now it will begin to over turn or at least lessen the restrictive laws that exist currently.

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#265856 Nov 20, 2012
Judge says Hobby Lobby Must Cover Abortion Drugs

http://www.opposingviews.com/i/religion/judge...

So? Thoughts? This is clearly the first of many to come.

My view is if a retal business wants to deny its employee's ALL medical coverage based on the owners religous views, they shouldn't hire people of other faiths.

Of course, this would violate the anti-discrimination hiring laws.......

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#265857 Nov 20, 2012
And so what do you think of banning churches and other places of worship as polling places?

Civil liberties groups decry church messaging at polling places

http://americanindependent.com/217973/civil-l...

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#265858 Nov 20, 2012
Katie, you in particular may find this website, and this article very interesting!

http://www.ansirh.org/research/late-abortion/...

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#265859 Nov 20, 2012
One more interesting article. Anyone heard of the "Turnaway" study, where a large study was done comparing women turned away for abortion for various reasons vs women that had one?

http://www.voxxi.com/global-turnaway-study-ab...
HUSKER

Muscotah, KS

#265860 Nov 20, 2012
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
Judge says Hobby Lobby Must Cover Abortion Drugs
http://www.opposingviews.com/i/religion/judge...
So? Thoughts? This is clearly the first of many to come.
My view is if a retal business wants to deny its employee's ALL medical coverage based on the owners religous views, they shouldn't hire people of other faiths.
Of course, this would violate the anti-discrimination hiring laws.......
All they have to do is make the full time part time. What kind of Country forces people to go against their morals? Guess....a COMMUNIST Country. I guess you want people to lose their jobs.
feces for jesus

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#265862 Nov 20, 2012
HUSKER wrote:
<quoted text>All they have to do is make the full time part time. What kind of Country forces people to go against their morals? Guess....a COMMUNIST Country. I guess you want people to lose their jobs.
When you wish a baby to be raped, does that violate your precious morals?

"Churches and other religious organizations or religious corporations have been accorded protection under the free exercise clause, however, Hobby Lobby and Mardel are not religious organizations"

Go cry to your dead god.

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#265863 Nov 20, 2012
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
Judge says Hobby Lobby Must Cover Abortion Drugs
http://www.opposingviews.com/i/religion/judge...
So? Thoughts? This is clearly the first of many to come.
My view is if a retal business wants to deny its employee's ALL medical coverage based on the owners religous views, they shouldn't hire people of other faiths.
Of course, this would violate the anti-discrimination hiring laws.......
I think if they cover the cost of pregnancy, or other pregnancy related conditions then they should not be allowed to exclude abortion procedures or medications related to especially if the employee is paying part of the cost to be covered by health insurance. This would be like my insurance not paying for a transfusion because they don't believe in it if I were to get cut badly when they have covered all other treatments for the same condition prior to my needing a transfusion.

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#265864 Nov 20, 2012
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
And so what do you think of banning churches and other places of worship as polling places?
Civil liberties groups decry church messaging at polling places
http://americanindependent.com/217973/civil-l...
I didn't think that was allowed Foo? A church was a polling facility? Am I reading that correctly? If they are going to get involved in politics that way then they can pay taxes too.

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#265865 Nov 20, 2012
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
Katie, you in particular may find this website, and this article very interesting!
http://www.ansirh.org/research/late-abortion/...
If a fetus can feel pain while in utero, you'd think the birthing process would be painful for the fully developed baby. It's gotta hurt being pushed and squeezed out through a 9cm hole.

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#265866 Nov 20, 2012
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
One more interesting article. Anyone heard of the "Turnaway" study, where a large study was done comparing women turned away for abortion for various reasons vs women that had one?
http://www.voxxi.com/global-turnaway-study-ab...
I've always believed this.....“We have found that there are no mental health consequences of abortion compared to carrying an unwanted pregnancy to term.

It can't be any more difficult to have an abortion than it is to carry to term and give the child up for adoption. Both are life changing decisions and I'm sure that most women will never forget either experience.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#265867 Nov 21, 2012
You mean like those moral christians who fought integration and interracial marriage? Morality is a personal thing; business is not. And how very christian--make your employees suffer so you can throw a frigging tantrum.
HUSKER wrote:
<quoted text>All they have to do is make the full time part time. What kind of Country forces people to go against their morals? Guess....a COMMUNIST Country. I guess you want people to lose their jobs.

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