Lunch-hour protest targets Planned Pa...

Lunch-hour protest targets Planned Parenthood

There are 432 comments on the Evening Sun story from Feb 14, 2011, titled Lunch-hour protest targets Planned Parenthood. In it, Evening Sun reports that:

Alexander McKay of Edinborough, Scotland, joined with a coalition of pro-life protesters on the square in Hanover.

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Anonymous

Hanover, PA

#404 Feb 23, 2011
Here's an analogy for you. Hitler unified Germany and brought opportunities to many people. Made many technological advances. Provided jobs for people. He also in turn, killed millions of Jews.

He did good. He did bad. He still had to go if he was going to do bad.

Planned Parenthood. They educate and provide birth control. They also are clinics and support clinics that murder babies.

WOW YOU ARE SO DEEP.

Since: Jan 11

Sugar House

#405 Feb 23, 2011
Oh I get it allright. I get that you just want to argue and for some reason you are obsessed with me.

But I don't want to play so from this point forward you will have to play by yourself Anonymous.

Of course I know that you will use other names, but I usually recognize you.

Goodbye Anonymous.
Anonymous wrote:
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This. Right. Here. Shows. How. Stupid. You. Are. That. You. Don't. Get. It.
Anonymous

Hanover, PA

#406 Feb 23, 2011
Sherri Martin wrote:
Oh I get it allright. I get that you just want to argue and for some reason you are obsessed with me.
But I don't want to play so from this point forward you will have to play by yourself Anonymous.
Of course I know that you will use other names, but I usually recognize you.
Goodbye Anonymous.
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I don't use any other names. You're delusional if you really think any of that.

+1
abc1234

Dayton, OH

#407 Feb 24, 2011
Anonymous wrote:
Here's an analogy for you. Hitler unified Germany and brought opportunities to many people. Made many technological advances. Provided jobs for people. He also in turn, killed millions of Jews.
He did good. He did bad. He still had to go if he was going to do bad.
Planned Parenthood. They educate and provide birth control. They also are clinics and support clinics that murder babies.
WOW YOU ARE SO DEEP.
Your family doctor also can and will provide you the name of a clinic, so will the yellow book. Also not all PP provide abortion services on site.
Anonymous

Hanover, PA

#408 Feb 24, 2011
abc1234 wrote:
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Your family doctor also can and will provide you the name of a clinic, so will the yellow book. Also not all PP provide abortion services on site.
My family doctor also doesn't own or operate an abortion clinic at all. If it's against their morals or beliefs, no they don't have to. They might refer you to another doctor who may.
Vox Veritas

Westminster, MD

#409 Feb 25, 2011
Johnny13 -- on the abortion topic, you make a compelling argument, even though I don't agree with you.

I would protect and nurture and preserve my daughter's life at any and all costs--whether she is a 5 week old zygote or a 5 year old girl. Likewise, I wouldn't let anyone go all hardcore necro on my Grandmother's corpse, because human life has (and should have) dignity. Your dehumanization of it--turning it to mere "meat" fits a cold, Vulcan-y worldview, not one that I necessarily subscribe to.
In short, you see a dead fish filet squirming on tinfoil, I see the inherent capacity for love, beauty, family, growth, bonding, etc. I see the "magic" (I know how that word irks you sciencey types) that comes with the unique blending of two DNA codes into something new and beautiful.

Anyway--you shared the Rockefeller link earlier.
You do realize (I hope, at least, based on your mentioning that you have some Libertarian sensibilities) that Rockefeller's agenda is part of the whole NWO agenda, which includes eugenics and population control?
http://startpage.com/do/metasearch.pl

Btw -- people using "irregardless" and "supposably" is like nails on a chalkboard to me, it's like having to sit through one of Sherri Martin's posts that amount to nothing more than, "I'm entitled to my opinion" --the last bastion of the culturally-overindulged/spoile d brats of our generation. Which leads me to:

One last thing--you told CC something to the effect of our country is "not about having a civil war" every time people disagree with the govt. Actually, it is -- when govt. consistently and repeatedly ignores the will of the people, when it begins to pose an existential threat to itself, to its citizens sovereignty, then rebellion is not only called for, or necessary, it becomes a moral obligation. Jefferson spoke of this often.

Sherri Martin--
I take back my olive branch. You have in fact become an insufferable know-it-all...again, ever since that d-bag Editor mentioned you by name in an article. You think you're Miss Mighty Queen of Topix (don't you have a life? something to do besides scrape babies out of yourself, act like a simpering sycophant, or rag incessantly and call people whom you don't "TERRORISTS!" because they say they'll defend the Constituion/Republic at all costs?)
The irony is --that guy, if he is an Oath Keeper, probably already did more to serve this country (that means YOU, ya ingrate) in one single day of active duty than you'll do in your entire life.

The issue in all of this is not whether abortion is legal or not, or whether a fetus is alive or not, or about anyone imposing their will on anyone else --that's all a distraction.
It is about a human life-once conceived--having the right to develop into what it will become, without someone else playing god, and making the determination that that life should not be.

One question (expressed a couple different ways): Does anyone ENJOY getting an abortion? Does anyone think they are "good" or wholesome? How many women get them and suffer no emotional trauma whatsoever?

That should tell you all you need to know.

I'm always a fan of choice -- but that choice should be exercised prior to the moment of conception, not after it.

That way, a whole lot less killing is required.


Since: Jan 11

Sugar House

#410 Feb 25, 2011
Quite the Christian attitude you have there. I called someone a terrorist for wanting to use a gun on people who do not agree with him.

As for your olive branch, whatever Vox, you can hate me if you want, it doesn't mean I have to hate you, but glad to see that you decided whether to like me or not based on someone else.

Thanks for the insult to my posts, I don't believe these public forums are for just an elite few. I believe they are for everyone to use and I have as much right to my opinion as you have to yours.

As for the article, it clearly means more to you and others than it ever did to me and in fact I NEVER bring it up except when you and your friends try to use it against me. It was a freaking editorial that was in response to one letter...get over it already.

You have no idea what I have done to serve my country...for that matter you have no idea what CC has done either.

Thanks for your FAKE OLIVE BRANCH, it was clearly as phony as you are.
Vox Veritas wrote:
Sherri Martin--
I take back my olive branch. You have in fact become an insufferable know-it-all...again, ever since that d-bag Editor mentioned you by name in an article. You think you're Miss Mighty Queen of Topix (don't you have a life? something to do besides scrape babies out of yourself, act like a simpering sycophant, or rag incessantly and call people whom you don't "TERRORISTS!" because they say they'll defend the Constituion/Republic at all costs?)
The irony is --that guy, if he is an Oath Keeper, probably already did more to serve this country (that means YOU, ya ingrate) in one single day of active duty than you'll do in your entire life.
The issue in all of this is not whether abortion is legal or not, or whether a fetus is alive or not, or about anyone imposing their will on anyone else --that's all a distraction.
It is about a human life-once conceived--having the right to develop into what it will become, without someone else playing god, and making the determination that that life should not be.
One question (expressed a couple different ways): Does anyone ENJOY getting an abortion? Does anyone think they are "good" or wholesome? How many women get them and suffer no emotional trauma whatsoever?
That should tell you all you need to know.
I'm always a fan of choice -- but that choice should be exercised prior to the moment of conception, not after it.
That way, a whole lot less killing is required.
OldCburgChick

Frederick, MD

#411 Feb 25, 2011
@Vox Bravo!

Too bad Veritas Curat really doesn't.:(
Ocean56

AOL

#412 Feb 25, 2011
Vox Veritas wrote:
I'm always a fan of choice -- but that choice should be exercised prior to the moment of conception, not after it.
That way, a whole lot less killing is required.
In other words, you're a "fan" of choices YOU approve of, but not choices you don't. Which is the typical ANTI-choice mindset.
Anonymous

Hanover, PA

#413 Feb 26, 2011
Ocean56 wrote:
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In other words, you're a "fan" of choices YOU approve of, but not choices you don't. Which is the typical ANTI-choice mindset.
That's a little out of context.
Anonymous

Hanover, PA

#414 Feb 26, 2011
Sherri Martin wrote:
Thanks for the insult to my posts, I don't believe these public forums are for just an elite few. I believe they are for everyone to use and I have as much right to my opinion as you have to yours.

You have no idea what I have done to serve my country...for that matter you have no idea what CC has done either.

<quoted text>
When you consider yourself the elite few and view forums as though only you and people who agree with whatever you say have the right to have an opinion, then ok.

What did you do to "serve" your country? Whine and cry on some forums about anonymous posters because you're a self righteous vigilante that has an oh so important opinion, knowing everything about everything? Face it, you're too busy irritating others online to make a difference in any lives much less your own. I'm guessing because of your hand-outs and privileged attitude.
Anonymous

Hanover, PA

#415 Feb 26, 2011
Vox Veritas wrote:
One question (expressed a couple different ways): Does anyone ENJOY getting an abortion? Does anyone think they are "good" or wholesome? How many women get them and suffer no emotional trauma whatsoever?
That should tell you all you need to know.
This right here is the end all be all. I've known some the biggest fem-nazi liberal EXTREME left wingers that have gotten an abortion. In each case, it has literally destroyed them emotionally afterwards, changed their view on the matter AND it's like a huge hidden skeleton in the closet for them that they do not want to talk about or admit to. From what I gather, the guilt can be very overwhelming.

I once heard someone say this, even in an extreme case. Say a girl got raped and was pregnant. Something happens that she goes into a coma and the baby is delivered through a C-section. She comes out of the coma sometime later and the baby is there, alive. Some months old. Would you kill it right then and there?

Since: Jan 11

Sugar House

#416 Feb 26, 2011
I don't view myself as part of an elite few. Vox and you and others seem to think I don't have a right to post as though YOU were the elite few.

I also don't think that only those who agree with me have the right to an opinion. However, when you start talking about using guns against people who don't agree with you, then yes, I find that to be a problem.

You have no idea what I do in my real life, but again if it makes you feel better to think that then go right ahead. That makes you guilty of thinking everyone whose opinion differs from your own must be a loser, a whiner, a lazy lay-about. Talk about an elitist attitude!

I understand you find it difficult to think that any good, moral, self-respecting, hard working taxpayer would think differently than you, but just because that is how you see the world, it doesn't make it true.
Anonymous wrote:
<quoted text>
When you consider yourself the elite few and view forums as though only you and people who agree with whatever you say have the right to have an opinion, then ok.
What did you do to "serve" your country? Whine and cry on some forums about anonymous posters because you're a self righteous vigilante that has an oh so important opinion, knowing everything about everything? Face it, you're too busy irritating others online to make a difference in any lives much less your own. I'm guessing because of your hand-outs and privileged attitude.
Anonymous

Hanover, PA

#417 Feb 26, 2011
Sherri Martin wrote:
I don't view myself as part of an elite few. Vox and you and others seem to think I don't have a right to post as though YOU were the elite few.
I also don't think that only those who agree with me have the right to an opinion. However, when you start talking about using guns against people who don't agree with you, then yes, I find that to be a problem.
You have no idea what I do in my real life, but again if it makes you feel better to think that then go right ahead. That makes you guilty of thinking everyone whose opinion differs from your own must be a loser, a whiner, a lazy lay-about. Talk about an elitist attitude!
I understand you find it difficult to think that any good, moral, self-respecting, hard working taxpayer would think differently than you, but just because that is how you see the world, it doesn't make it true.
<quoted text>
The same assumptions I make are the same you're throwing down. After all, you know exactly how everyone thinks and are absolutely correct on all fronts of all subjects.

HOWEVER I didn't REFER to ANYTHING about USING guns on ANYONE. So YOU can take YOUR twisted words and GO somewhere ELSE with them.
Ocean56

AOL

#418 Feb 26, 2011
Anonymous wrote:
<quoted text>
That's a little out of context.
You're entitled to your opinion. I don't have to agree with it.
Ocean56

AOL

#419 Feb 26, 2011
Anonymous wrote:
<quoted text>
This right here is the end all be all. I've known some the biggest fem-nazi liberal EXTREME left wingers that have gotten an abortion. In each case, it has literally destroyed them emotionally afterwards, changed their view on the matter AND it's like a huge hidden skeleton in the closet for them that they do not want to talk about or admit to. From what I gather, the guilt can be very overwhelming.
I once heard someone say this, even in an extreme case. Say a girl got raped and was pregnant. Something happens that she goes into a coma and the baby is delivered through a C-section. She comes out of the coma sometime later and the baby is there, alive. Some months old. Would you kill it right then and there?
There are women who don't regret getting an abortion. They just regret getting pregnant. Check out http://www.imnotsorry.net sometime.

As to your second paragraph, the scenario you described is stretching it. However, there are women who have been raped, gotten pregnant, and chose to give birth, which was THEIR choice. There are also women who were raped, got pregnant, and aborted the pregnancy, which was also THEIR choice. Either way it is EACH woman's right to decide what to do. If it isn't YOUR pregnancy, it isn't your choice.
Anonymous

Hanover, PA

#420 Feb 26, 2011
Ocean56 wrote:
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There are women who don't regret getting an abortion. They just regret getting pregnant. Check out http://www.imnotsorry.net sometime.
As to your second paragraph, the scenario you described is stretching it. However, there are women who have been raped, gotten pregnant, and chose to give birth, which was THEIR choice. There are also women who were raped, got pregnant, and aborted the pregnancy, which was also THEIR choice. Either way it is EACH woman's right to decide what to do. If it isn't YOUR pregnancy, it isn't your choice.
Why would I want to check out a website in lieu of actual women I've known to regret it? I wouldn't. I don't buy propaganda that it's ok to murder babies.

I don't think it is EACH woman's right to decide what to do with another living life. Especially when completely cutting out the male also involved because it's also his child. The choice shouldn't only revert back to the MY BODY WHATEVER WHATEVER I DO WHAT I WANT thing. The child didn't ask to be conceived and certainly also didn't ask to be "terminated". So in my opinion, that opinion is also stretching it.
Brittany

Millbrook, AL

#421 Feb 26, 2011
Those stories on that website are sad. How could anyone kill a baby. At six weeks they already have a heartbeat!! If you dont wont to get pregnant than dont have sex!! what a sad website!!
Ocean56 wrote:
<quoted text>
There are women who don't regret getting an abortion. They just regret getting pregnant. Check out http://www.imnotsorry.net sometime.
As to your second paragraph, the scenario you described is stretching it. However, there are women who have been raped, gotten pregnant, and chose to give birth, which was THEIR choice. There are also women who were raped, got pregnant, and aborted the pregnancy, which was also THEIR choice. Either way it is EACH woman's right to decide what to do. If it isn't YOUR pregnancy, it isn't your choice.
Ocean56

AOL

#422 Feb 26, 2011
Anonymous wrote:
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Why would I want to check out a website in lieu of actual women I've known to regret it? I wouldn't. I don't buy propaganda that it's ok to murder babies.
I don't think it is EACH woman's right to decide what to do with another living life. Especially when completely cutting out the male also involved because it's also his child. The choice shouldn't only revert back to the MY BODY WHATEVER WHATEVER I DO WHAT I WANT thing. The child didn't ask to be conceived and certainly also didn't ask to be "terminated". So in my opinion, that opinion is also stretching it.
1. You're the one implying (incorrectly, I might add) that all women regret getting an abortion. The material at the link I provided shows that NOT all women regret getting an abortion. They just regret that they got pregnant in the first place. Whether or not you read any of it is up to you.

2. It doesn't matter what YOU think when it comes to another woman's pregnancy. If SHE doesn't want to continue it, none of your arrogant "should's" and "should not's" are going to make any difference. The fact is that it IS each woman's decision to continue a pregnancy or not. The male does NOT get to make the final choice, and you can whine about that all you want as well. Men who are anti-abortion need to have the "what would you do if you got pregnant" conversation BEFORE sex occurs, not after. If he he can't be bothered to do that, too bad. After the sperm deposit has been made, he no longer has any say in the matter.
Ocean56

AOL

#423 Feb 26, 2011
Brittany wrote:
Those stories on that website are sad. How could anyone kill a baby. At six weeks they already have a heartbeat!! If you dont wont to get pregnant than dont have sex!! what a sad website!!
I don't find it sad at all, but you're entitled to your opinion. I just don't happen to agree with it.

Also, I don't intend to remain celibate for the rest of my life because I'm DONE with procreation. Having been through one very difficult pregnancy and birth, I can honestly say that PREGNANCY SUCKS, and I have no intention of getting pregnant again. I so love NOT being pregnant.

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