Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

There are 310174 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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Since: Sep 08

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#282766 Feb 7, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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Well as far as me having the facts I need, yes I do, becouse my boring story I tell all the time, is enough facts for me.
Keywords:

FOR YOU

The rest of us dont give a shit.

Since: Oct 08

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#282767 Feb 7, 2013
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text> Women have always made their own reproductive decisions. Abortion was illegal for a relatively short time. Now, we can have an abortion as the medical procedure that it is, and have that procedure protected as a private medical matter. No one's personal morals are being impinged upon, since no one is being forced to stay pregnant or to abort a pregnancy.
i guess 197 years is considered a short time In some circles. The moral inpingement may be on society.

Since: Jun 08

Atrisco Village

#282768 Feb 7, 2013
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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Lynne, take a valium. You're hatred is palpable. On the upside, perhaps you'll stroke out.**shrugs**
Her tag line was referring to a discussion going on at the time that didn't have ANYTHING TO DO WITH ABORTION you moron. THe discussion that TL came in on or around the discussion about whether children are 'born in sin'.
CONTEXT y'stupid bitch.
I don't know when I wrote that tag line, but it's a philosophy I have adopted from the Dalai Lama. So, whatever that unfortunate woman chooses to believe, I am in excellent company. One should aim to live in good humor, love and compassion, every day, all day, no matter the circumstances. It has to be a way of life, in order to be of service to others. Some people choose not to get it. That's up to them. It's really quite simple.

Since: Jun 08

Atrisco Village

#282769 Feb 7, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Hey!
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Oops. Sorry, I didn't see you there.

Since: Sep 08

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#282770 Feb 7, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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Elise no matter how many times you try an put abortion in the same category of having gallstones removed,it is still two totally different things.
ROFLMAO!

Only to those of you with a religious objection to abortion.

In the REAL world, they're both medical decisions made to rid one's body of something that's either unwanted that's in it, or with the potental to harm it (as in women making the decison to abort FOR medical reasons).
If it was the same as any other medical procedure then all doctors most doctors would be doing it.
ROFLMAO Horseshit. Not all doctors do gallstone removal either you idiot.
I just use my answers and post space to tell others Jesus saves :)
And we use ours to point out your hypocricy, your phony religiosity, and your lies.

And son, you DO lie.

Since: Sep 08

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#282771 Feb 7, 2013
Niether of the Above wrote:
<quoted text>i guess 197 years is considered a short time In some circles. The moral inpingement may be on society.
@@ Again - abortion was perfectly legal in the US until the 1870's when the Comstock Act was passed.

Since: Jun 08

Atrisco Village

#282772 Feb 7, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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Elise no matter how many times you try an put abortion in the same category of having gallstones removed,it is still two totally different things.
If it was the same as any other medical procedure then all doctors most doctors would be doing it. And they are not.
As far as gay people they can do anything that regular folks can. What they do is not really any worse than 2 hedrosexual living together,but both are sin.
No one has sinned any more then I.
I just use my answers and post space to tell others Jesus saves :)
Yes it's an entirely different procedure, and may or may not have a uniquely emotional and ethical consideration, depending upon the individual woman. That doesn't mean it should be illegal. As for your thought that no one has sinned more than you... pulleez, honey. You are neither the worst nor the best of anything. You, as any of us, are just another garden variety screwup. Come on, get out of your own way, already.

Since: Feb 07

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#282773 Feb 7, 2013
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text> Women have always made their own reproductive decisions. Abortion was illegal for a relatively short time. Now, we can have an abortion as the medical procedure that it is, and have that procedure protected as a private medical matter. No one's personal morals are being impinged upon, since no one is being forced to stay pregnant or to abort a pregnancy.

The problem with this is that pro"choicers" are forcing others to be involved, by requiring employers to provide coverage for them, by expecting all OB/GYN's to perform them, by allowing minors access to them, and by giving federal money to the "clinics" that provide them.
Guppy

Englewood, FL

#282774 Feb 7, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Three men? that's not even a decent weekend.
Not your father's type? What, he liked tall blond guys with no body hair? Or did he just fondle you for relief?
Not into teens. I like'em at least in their thirties.
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I know what you need. A good woman.

Relief? I don't know what that means.

Yes, he liked tall blond guys with no body hair. Can't imagine why.

If you were into teens - you would never admit it.. Would you? A gay pedophile.

You need a good woman to whip you into shape. You would be amazed at the difference. Well? I'll find one for you. Gee, that could be difficult because you are such a momma's boy.

Since: Jun 08

Atrisco Village

#282775 Feb 7, 2013
Niether of the Above wrote:
<quoted text>i guess 197 years is considered a short time In some circles. The moral inpingement may be on society.
It was 100 years... yeah, that's, as I said, relatively short. Your second sentence made no sense.
Katie

Spanaway, WA

#282776 Feb 7, 2013
lil Lily wrote:
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Exactly.
Oh, and did you miss her "nurse" post? I know you asked her for some, but I don't think you were around when they were finally posted.
When Sassy asked Elise to clue Katie in about a fetus just born being an "infant", and asked her to since Elise was a nurse and all and Elise had stated a newborn is an infant but Katie thinks they're a fetus until cord is cut and 1st breath; Elise stated she said it was an "infant" just as a matter of opinion, and not as a fact. She claimed she was a geriatric nurse, so wouldn't "know" it as a matter of fact, so wouldn't be telling Katie anything.
Convenient, huh?
Funny...we're not in the medical field and we know that when a fetus is born, it's a newborn infant. Who the hell wouldn't know that was a fact? Ignorant PC buffoons like Katie and Elise, apparently.
Stop your ridiculous claim I don't know a newborn is a newborn is a newborn. Am so sorry you still weren't able to separate the answer to a hypothetical question from reality. Unlike JM, I kept my answer as hypothetical as the question was since I realize there is not an instant moment fetus becomes baby. That it's a process.

Aren't you tired of being thought of as a ridiculous ninny with nothing better to do than trying to outsmart your betters?

You think you're funny, sly, clever. You are none of those things.

If you were, I'd agree with you on some things. I don't. You stick with your emotional manipulations and I'll stick with facts. I do know the difference between the two. Unlike you, who is willing to steal women's civil rights out from under them like a thief in the night.

Since: Jun 08

Atrisco Village

#282777 Feb 7, 2013
Susanm wrote:
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text> Women have always made their own reproductive decisions. Abortion was illegal for a relatively short time. Now, we can have an abortion as the medical procedure that it is, and have that procedure protected as a private medical matter. No one's personal morals are being impinged upon, since no one is being forced to stay pregnant or to abort a pregnancy.
The problem with this is that pro"choicers" are forcing others to be involved, by requiring employers to provide coverage for them, by expecting all OB/GYN's to perform them, by allowing minors access to them, and by giving federal money to the "clinics" that provide them.
Explain all three of those accusations, please. I have to go to work until tomorrow morning, so talk to you then. Have a good night!
Katie

Spanaway, WA

#282778 Feb 7, 2013
lil Lily wrote:
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No one took umbrage with your tag line because no one picked up on your lie, which I did because you just claimed you take abortion seriously.
Epic fail, Toots. In your posts here awhile back, in this thread, in the abortion forum that PLers were "so serious", and asked why we were so serious. Your tag line was made with those same words to us, and now you want to lie and try to claim it was about other forums at Topix? lol. Epic fail, Toots. Need proof, because you know i can find it and prove you're lying about your tag line
If you "hate being nagged", here's an idea, stop posting stupidity and lies, and stop reading posts from people you think are doing that to you, bonehead.
Why don't you stop taking everything so personally, falsely believing everything is about you. It's not.

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

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#282779 Feb 7, 2013
lil Lily wrote:
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Wrong. I proved you PCers do. Just as I proved it again today about a specific PCer.
LOL, you're delusional. You did no such thing.
Katie

Spanaway, WA

#282780 Feb 7, 2013
Susanm wrote:
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text> Women have always made their own reproductive decisions. Abortion was illegal for a relatively short time. Now, we can have an abortion as the medical procedure that it is, and have that procedure protected as a private medical matter. No one's personal morals are being impinged upon, since no one is being forced to stay pregnant or to abort a pregnancy.
The problem with this is that pro"choicers" are forcing others to be involved, by requiring employers to provide coverage for them, by expecting all OB/GYN's to perform them, by allowing minors access to them, and by giving federal money to the "clinics" that provide them.
Please verify all you claim in the second paragraph.

*Forcing others to be involved?
*Requiring (all) employers (all the time) to provide coverage
*Expecting all OB/GYNs to perform them
*Allowing minors access (this is state by state, not federal)
*Giving federal money to the clinics that provide them (what, no federal money whatsoever to PP because some of their clinics perform abortion?).
Guppy

Englewood, FL

#282781 Feb 7, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Okay, you have no expert. Case closed.
"Lesbo" is short for lesbian like the n-word is short for negro. It's short only because the people who use it aren't smart enough use use the full term.
What are my accomplishmnts? I taught safe sex for years, preventing an untold number of STD's and saving lives. I've worked with groups establishing gay-friendly public policies as well as gay pride events. WTF have you ever done?
Militants tend to use their drive and anger to protect their loved ones from mindless bigots like you. Connecting that to DV is baseless and imbecilic.
People with no rapport with children don't adopt, idiot.
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YOU have a very difficult time with the truth. You are blinded by prejudice.

You say the strangest things. People say lesbo because they aren't smart enough to say lesbian. You know that's not true. I won't even go there, it's just too dumb.
Instead of teaching safe sex. Why don't you explain to your fellow gays that having hundreds of partners is just plain wrong. They should have more respect for themselves. I mean really, what is the deal with that?

What have I done? Oh nothing. Just lying on the sofa eating bon bon s.

Wrong about militants. Prejudice much? They take their anger out on their partners and kids. I know for a fact. You don't.

Nutty people adopt, buddy.

Try to be more realistic. You lose your credibility when you are so prejudiced. I know it's difficult, but just try, for me?? Thank you.
Guppy

Englewood, FL

#282782 Feb 7, 2013
A bunch of bitter people on here.
Anonymous

United States

#282783 Feb 7, 2013
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text> It's not about "allowing" abortion. Women have always had abortions. It's about women having the right to make that choice without endangering their lives. It's another pregnancy option that we have a right to make, privately, without interference. I don't see that RvW has weakened our society. I do think it would be a problem if we allow our medical autonomy to be denied us.
Do you believe we should make all health care issues legal?

Elise, as I've stated many times, how I understand how "some "girls would seek an abortion, but there are people who are born male and want their penis removed, and visa versa some are born female and want a penis, and as you know it goes further.
There have been people who have amputated both legs, because they felt like that's what they wanted.
Should we allow people "women " who wish to cut off both legs, the right to do so.

I mean, my take is if you want to kill your baby, at any stage of life, then do it. I just am not going to be ok, or support your choice. Same as cutting off limbs, just do it.

Abortion is a huge issue in this country, and what made those judges think they could make a call on something that affects soo many, is beyound me.

I think, that they knew it would not be legal, if left up to the people.

Many who say they are for abortion, would not have put their name on a paper stating to vote it in. Knowing they would be a forever part of each and every abortion.

“Dan IS the Man”

Since: May 12

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#282784 Feb 7, 2013
Doc Degall wrote:
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The only thing you've ever accurately called me on was that pbfa was not the only one I called a homophobe. You were right about that. I also called YOU one. And I was right about that.
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You're hopeless. I'm talking about YOUR fundie jabs. YOUR propensity for calling others fundies. It's really all you've got. When you actually get get down to arguing the logic of your position, you invariably end up demonstrating how out of your league you really are.
LMAO! Out of my league? I defend everyone's freedom to make their own choices within the law. What argument do you have against that?
Anonymous

United States

#282785 Feb 7, 2013
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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ROFLMAO!
Only to those of you with a religious objection to abortion.
In the REAL world, they're both medical decisions made to rid one's body of something that's either unwanted that's in it, or with the potental to harm it (as in women making the decison to abort FOR medical reasons).
<quoted text>
ROFLMAO Horseshit. Not all doctors do gallstone removal either you idiot.
<quoted text> And we use ours to point out your hypocricy, your phony religiosity, and your lies.
And son, you DO lie.
Not all who oppose abortion are religious at all, and women who have had an abortion DO REGRET having one.

There was one on here not so long ago, and we seen how all of you "we are for womens right to choose " people did to her.

She disagreed with you that was her choice. You called her everything but a free willed woman.

You are no different than most liberals. You believe wholeheartedly in free speech, as long as that free speech lines up with your free speech.

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