Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

There are 311628 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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#266334 Nov 26, 2012
sasssylicious wrote:
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Akayo,it's a proven fact that Foo lied about that Ariel story.
Oh gee, lookie folks, ANOTHER Skanky heard from! LOL!
No Skanky, its not a "proven fact" - the proven facts were posted two years ago and you three still trying to exploit it years later is your shame.... Oh wait, you dont have any shame.
But hey, with you back, you and No Relevance and Lyin Lynne can have a genuine menage a trois - the CLOSEST No Relevance will ever get to even a dried up twat like the two of you! I'm sure he's THRILLED!

“Blessed Be”

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#266335 Nov 26, 2012
No Relativism wrote:
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Foo: Bitner said "human fetus"....human used as an adjective.
NR: Bitner clearly said "a human"....its noun form.
Bitner: So?
________
Bitner just proved Foo wrong.
Again.
________
You know what else, Bitner? Foo said noun form of "Human" and "Human being" are interchangeable...synonyms.
How about that?
And I said they CAN be, but it's not required. Nothing Foo said refuted that, Fool.

No matter how many twists you make, you cannot make a fetus a human being. Or a person. Sorry.

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#266336 Nov 26, 2012
sasssylicious wrote:
<quoted text> Business owners are FORCED to go against their religion. Our religious freedoms are being taken away. Of course it is directly affecting everyone INCLUDING me.
Oh horseshit Skanky. YOU are not affected in ANY way, shape or form. And NO businesses are forced to go against their religions. Your 'religion' and your jesus says NOTHING about providing insurance to its employees. Get a grip you dumb thing.

Sheesh. At least the stupid thing stopped bitching about her gas.

“Blessed Be”

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#266337 Nov 26, 2012
No Relativism wrote:
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Binter: A census is not about "dignity" or "human respect". If lesbians were counted as 3/5ths persons for the census, I think your butter & bacon sandwich would be churning w/in your belly. Ya know?
If Wiccans were considered 3/5ths of a person for the census, you would have to cancel your Good Luck ritual in the cemetery.
They don't do that anymore, with any group. Of COURSE they should have been counted fully, as citizens. No one said otherwise, Moron.

Still, the decision was not about their humanity. Just the count. Sorry, but you still have no point.
jameson

Riga, Latvia

#266338 Nov 26, 2012
latest news http://9en.us/5kgu
sasssylicious

Jackson, NJ

#266339 Nov 26, 2012
Kenose wrote:
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Well, it appears you don't follow your religion anyway. You'd rather your daughter be dead than your daughter have an abortion.
Rest assure my dear,that My daughter was taught to respect human life. She would never even have the thought enter her mind. Perhaps to proaborts,killing is a back up plan,but to us prolifers,it isn't.

:)

Got anything else?

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#266340 Nov 26, 2012
sasssylicious wrote:
<quoted text>It's about forcing an employer to go against their religious beliefs. It's our RIGHT to practice our religion in this country.
Practice your religion all you want. Nobody cares.

Its NOT your RIGHT to force your view on others. Period. INCLUDING a businesses employee's.
Hey,there are many things that are not included in insurances. For instance,I am into alternative medicine yet I am not covered by my insurance for it. It sucks for me because I have to pay out of my @ss for my insurance each month and what I want is not included...so I end up paying out of my pocket.
Big deal. NOBODY'S insurance covers "alternative medicine" you dunce. Stop trying to compare apples to Ford trucks.

“Blessed Be”

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#266341 Nov 26, 2012
sasssylicious wrote:
<quoted text>That's your opinion. Doesn't your wiccan religion tell you to respect ALL human life?
We hold all life as sacred, yes. What has that got to do with using the proper terms? Nothing. Thanks for playing....

“Proud to be a Wiccan Priest”

Since: Jul 09

Jonesboro AR

#266342 Nov 26, 2012
HUSKER wrote:
<quoted text>Ahem....Ann Rice is no Catholic or protestant. Tolkien wrote as a Catholic, and his work bears the clear signs of his faith....Deal with it.
I stand corrected about Anne Rice she did get some sense and leave the catholic church. I kind of stopped reading her books when she returned to the catholic church in the late 1990's

As for Tolkien, he stated his book were not allegories. The author the person who should know whether he was writing an allegory or not. Not your fool church wanting to be something that the man himself stated it was not.. You deal with that knuttter..

Say it with me.. Not Allegories..
sasssylicious

Jackson, NJ

#266343 Nov 26, 2012
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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Oh gee, lookie folks, ANOTHER Skanky heard from! LOL!
No Skanky, its not a "proven fact" - the proven facts were posted two years ago and you three still trying to exploit it years later is your shame.... Oh wait, you dont have any shame.
But hey, with you back, you and No Relevance and Lyin Lynne can have a genuine menage a trois - the CLOSEST No Relevance will ever get to even a dried up twat like the two of you! I'm sure he's THRILLED!
Yes,it IS a proven fact. Your own words proved it ;)

Foo,understand something here. Your attempts at personal attacks do not cover up your fibs.

:/ sorry.

So.....what's the 411 on this "girl that the Catholic hospital let die when they refused her abortion"? I'm SURE you heard ALL the details by now? Am I correct?
sasssylicious

Jackson, NJ

#266344 Nov 26, 2012
Kenose wrote:
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yaaaaaaaaaawn; are you boring.
Relgious beliefs do not trump health issues and (sometimes) common sense in this country.
Obviously not boring enough for you to respond ;)

So,you are trying to justify the fact that our freedoms are being taken away?

Interesting.

Who are you to say what trumps anything? One has nothing to do with the other. Is there some reason you must compromise?

Besides, my "boring" post was saying EXACTLY that. My health choices are not included in my insurance. Why do you think that you should give up your freedoms for a health choice that benefits you?

“Proud to be a Wiccan Priest”

Since: Jul 09

Jonesboro AR

#266345 Nov 26, 2012
Carbon-12 wrote:
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Your failure to understand is back around to being funny. I hope that you understand this argument enough one day to be properly embarrassed by your words.
One can only hope....
sasssylicious

Jackson, NJ

#266346 Nov 26, 2012
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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Oh horseshit Skanky. YOU are not affected in ANY way, shape or form. And NO businesses are forced to go against their religions. Your 'religion' and your jesus says NOTHING about providing insurance to its employees. Get a grip you dumb thing.
Sheesh. At least the stupid thing stopped bitching about her gas.
Huh? I am not affected by my religious freedoms being compromised? Really?

"""Your 'religion' and your jesus says NOTHING about providing insurance to its employees""" "

*My* Jesus? You mean the same "Jesus" that your wife and daughter have? THAT "Jesus"?

Where did I SAY THAT "MY JESUS AND MY RELIGION" says anything about providing insurance to its employees?

TIA

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#266347 Nov 26, 2012
No Relativism wrote:
U.S. Supreme Court orders review of HHS mandate
http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/supreme-cour...
The provisions of ObamaCare require that businesses with more than 50 employees make contraception available with no co-pay. Owners must provide pharmaceuticals that work as abortifacients, even if doing so violates their religious beliefs.
Staver says doing so is unconstitutional under the First Amendment and the 1993 Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA).
Legal observers expect the case will land before the Supreme Court as early as 2013.
You people are COMPLETE morons. There is not one employer in this country that is "forced" to hand out pharmaceuticals as your idiotic article claims.

In fact, if they did, they'd be arrested for drug trafficing.

ALL they're required to do - and then ONLY if they offer it at all - is give comprehensive insurance. Period. They're free to not offer insurance at all until 2014. After 2014, they can defer their employee's to medicade and paying the fine, as Hobby Lobby is threatening to do.

Or gee, here's a thought, pay their employee's a living wage that would allow them to get their OWN insurance.

Personally, I say if they'd rather pay a fine, let 'em. If they go out of business, let 'em. They may be a "religious" family, but their employee's are not necessisarily, and as a for-profit company, they MUST follow the same laws as the rest of us that run private for profit businesses.

What their employee's DO with that insurance is none of their business. The employee's are paying for it after all out of their own paychecks.

BTW child, you DO know it was already before the Supreme Court once and they upheld the law? That Roberts pretty much LIKES the law? LOL
sasssylicious

Jackson, NJ

#266348 Nov 26, 2012
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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Practice your religion all you want. Nobody cares.
Its NOT your RIGHT to force your view on others. Period. INCLUDING a businesses employee's.
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Big deal. NOBODY'S insurance covers "alternative medicine" you dunce. Stop trying to compare apples to Ford trucks.
LOL what? Where am I forcing MY view on others?

Your brain is fried. You simply cannot comprehend ANYTHING that you read. What I am saying is that NOBODY should be FORCED to go against their personal beliefs. Geez,put your fangs away.

FYI,some insurances do in fact cover "alternative medicine". MANY forms of alternative medicine/healing is covered actually.

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#266349 Nov 26, 2012
sasssylicious wrote:
<quoted text> Huh? I am not affected by my religious freedoms being compromised? Really?
Since your relgious freedoms are NOT being compromised, no you're not affected at all.
"""Your 'religion' and your jesus says NOTHING about providing insurance to its employees""" "
*My* Jesus? You mean the same "Jesus" that your wife and daughter have? THAT "Jesus"?
Uh no. My wife and child dont follow your version of "faith". Sorry. Thankfully, not many people do.
Where did I SAY THAT "MY JESUS AND MY RELIGION" says anything about providing insurance to its employees?
TIA
What is it you think is being discussed you moron? For profit employers having to provide insurance to their employees that have NOTHING to do with their employer's faith.

Your kind are claiming that its affecting your religous freedom to have to give people that dont follow your faith insurance. The FACT is nobody of your faith is being forced to provide drugs of ANY kind to ANYONE. ALL they're being forced to do is offer comprehensive insurance. What the employee's DO with that insurance is nobody's business, INCLUDING their employers.
sasssylicious

Jackson, NJ

#266350 Nov 26, 2012
Bitner wrote:
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We hold all life as sacred, yes. What has that got to do with using the proper terms? Nothing. Thanks for playing....
You support killing humans in the womb. You go against your religious beliefs.

You are the one who plays the game of words to dehumanize certain humans to further your abortion movement. It has EVERYTHING to do with it. Proper terms or not,doesn't change the meaning. For some odd reason you think that adding "being" to human changes the facts. An individual humans life is located inside the womb of his/her mother. Your attempts to dehumanize,disrespect and devalue that humans life is so anti-woman/life.

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#266351 Nov 26, 2012
sasssylicious wrote:
<quoted text> LOL what? Where am I forcing MY view on others?
Your brain is fried. You simply cannot comprehend ANYTHING that you read. What I am saying is that NOBODY should be FORCED to go against their personal beliefs.
I comprehend what you said just fine idiot. You are claiming that your 'religious freedoms' are PERSONALLY being infringed upon, when they're not in any way.

Nobody is forcing you or anyone else to go against their RELIGIOUS beliefs. Not one employer is going to be forced to buy birth control for anyone. ALL they're being forced to do is what everyone else is forced to do - provide comprehensive insurance.

What happens between the doctor and his or her patient and then the insurance companies if none of the employers business.
FYI,some insurances do in fact cover "alternative medicine". MANY forms of alternative medicine/healing is covered actually.
Not according to what you just said a few minutes ago. So when were you lying, then or now?

“Proud to be a Wiccan Priest”

Since: Jul 09

Jonesboro AR

#266352 Nov 26, 2012
sasssylicious wrote:
http://www.lifenews.com/2012/1 1/23/canada-491-babies-born-al ive-after-failed-abortions-lef t-to-die/
*sigh*
These abortions are coded as P96.4 or ‘Termination of pregnancy, affecting fetus and newborn’.”
The question that should immediately present itself is, why has there not been 491 homicide investigations or prosecutions in connection with these deaths? Section 223(2) of the Criminal Code (the accompanying subsection to the now infamous subsection that Mr. Woodworth’s motion 312 was examining) reads “A person commits homicide when he causes injury to a child before or during its birth as a result of which the child dies after becoming a human being.” That is to say, anyone who interferes with a pregnancy such that the child dies after it is born alive due to that interference, is guilty of homicide
This the source of all the stupidity.

http://www5.statcan.gc.ca/cansim/a26... From skany

It has nothing to do with an abortion. it is everything that went wrong with a pregnancy.

Yep just more BS. And the blogger in question.. Oh writes for the virtual rag lifenews.. How.. Nice.. Also there is not one legitimate news source that picked this up. Yep, it is all Bullshyt. Any one surprised?

Hmm just another over the top piece f stupidity from

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#266353 Nov 26, 2012
sasssylicious wrote:
<quoted text> Taking away MY rights to my religious freedom prevents me from practicing my religion. Do you understand what that means?
Forcing an American to go against their religious beliefs affects all Americans.
ROFLMAO!

So tell me Skankdawg, how exactly is my offering insurance to my employee's, including birth control, going to affect YOU? I dont have any idea what my employee's prescriptions will be. Neither do you.

For that matter, how EXACTLY would YOU having to provide insurance to YOUR employee's who dont follow your version of faith, and you also wont have a clue what prescriptions they're getting from their doctors affect YOUR religious freedom?

Be specific.

You people are idiots.

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