Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

There are 311906 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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STO

Vallejo, CA

#282918 Feb 8, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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Sto -you may call me a liar all you wish, but realize this -you are the one that calls yourself a christian,and perhaps you are, but you attack others who call themself a christian, while being buddies, and agreeing with all that God calls unGodly.
They are not your friend, and if you tell them what God says, and that is what you believe, you will find out just what they think of you.
Christians tell others about Christ in different ways, maybe you remember the ones who ask Jesus if they could call fire down from Heaven and consume the others "who were not doing it their way ".
Jesus said -those who are not against me, are for me.
You like to walk the fence, claiming one thing while you act like you believe another.
There comes a time you must choose which side your on, becouse there will come a day when the wheat and the tares are seperated, and if you are a christian, you will have many wondering why YOU never told them.
You like to ignore the content of the posts you respond to.

You are a liar.

I've quoted a few of your lies. Here's another: "you attack others who call themself a christian, while being buddies, and agreeing with all that God calls unGodly."

What attack? Who is unGodly? Why are you lying?
Anonymous

United States

#282919 Feb 8, 2013
STO wrote:
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I don't see any of them advocating to illegalize tobacco. When you apply the same logic they use regarding abortion, they are, again, silent.
Oh, you don't want to outlaw smoking, huh? Well, I guess that means even tho YOU wouldn't smoke and don't approve of smoking, or have no opinion on the matter, since you don't want it banned you also drive smokers down to the local smoke shop, buy their cigarettes, open the pack, pull one out, stick it in their mouth, and light it up for 'em! Yeah, your a ProSmoker cuz you think folks should have the right to choose to smoke or not!
So abortion and smoking are the same ?

Plus who are they?
Are you refering to christians who talk about christ?
worships reality

United States

#282920 Feb 8, 2013
STO wrote:
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Of course it was perfect. You don't understand it, as evidenced by your above post.
Here: I'll dumb it down for ya.
AC asserts that to be Prochoice is to encourage abortion.
I am asserting if the same logic is applied to smoking (Prochoice for smoking), those who believe smoking should be a choice are encouraging it.
there's your mistake. saying that ac asserts that pro choice is to encourage abortion is a not true. oh sure some may, but most do not. I am ac and I assert no such thing. ac asserts that pro choice supports abortion as a choice. your analogy was based upon a false premise. it sucks.
i ran your analogy past a few analogy experts. their consensus rating was a 0.5 on a scale of 1 to 10.

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#282921 Feb 8, 2013
Ocean56 wrote:
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You can believe whatever archaic nonsense you want, I don't believe I ever said you don't. I have the SAME right to CALL those beliefs archaic nonsense, whether you like my doing so or not.
It is indeed archaic to believe that women have NO other valid function than reproduction. Motherhood IS optional, whether anti-choicers like that fact or not.
So it is Archaic nonsense because you don't believe in some level of diety??? I mean why wouldn't it just be nonsense? Personally it matters little to me, I am very comfortable in my life and my position on the issue, but you seem to go over the top with the name calling and such. I happen to be opposed to abortion, with a few exceptions, but I am always interested in the opinions of those who believe otherwise. It is how we learn to understand more about who we are and if our convictions are really that well set for our journey. You seem more hung up with the religious side of the issue! I been down that road too many times, it never gets anywhere! Good luck
STO

Vallejo, CA

#282922 Feb 8, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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One that will be worth its weight on paper does.
Who's in charge? The husband, the wife? Both? The kids?
What if factories had no one in charge?
Same as a home, someone must have the final say, and that choice should be made for the betterment of the family.
It is the only way it will work well, becouse men and women are different -other then physical.
When a husband and wife disagrees on a decision that must be made, then what does one do?
When there is a free for all anywhere, then you have a riot.
The final say? No discussion? No compromise?

Never heard of reaching an agreement?
STO

Vallejo, CA

#282923 Feb 8, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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I've not seen you disagree with anything, unless it has something to do with God, or standing up for the rights of the unborn.
Something to do with God? Like what? You're blowin' smoke.

The "unborn" have no rights. A zef is inside of a person who has rights.
STO

Vallejo, CA

#282924 Feb 8, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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So abortion and smoking are the same ?
Plus who are they?
Are you refering to christians who talk about christ?
Why are you asking me these stupid questios that have nothing to do with the content of my post?
STO

Vallejo, CA

#282925 Feb 8, 2013
worships reality wrote:
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there's your mistake. saying that ac asserts that pro choice is to encourage abortion is a not true. oh sure some may, but most do not. I am ac and I assert no such thing. ac asserts that pro choice supports abortion as a choice. your analogy was based upon a false premise. it sucks.
Can't be a false premise when you admit "some may". They do. sjm is one. Never said "all". If you're not one uv'em, then I'm not talking about you.

It's a GREAT analogy!
Katie

Auburn, WA

#282926 Feb 8, 2013
STO wrote:
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I've read some AC/PL folks on these threads who I thought were the epitome of self-righteous - like Chooselife and marysaid, but they got nuthin' on this numbnuts. At least their logic was based in Catholicism, which is something. Gtown bases his beliefs on one night, when he says he was saved, and now thinks whatever passing thought that wanders thru his head is inspired by God.
I asked him once if he shared with his physician this "fact" that God came to him when he didn't believe. I think he laughed it off. What can you do? Mr Mary was posting in other threads when Gtown showed up here and for a while I did wonder if they were the same (or related). Am still undecided on this, though.
Guppy

Bloomfield Hills, MI

#282927 Feb 8, 2013
AyakaNeo wrote:
<quoted text>True story Ocean. Last year Cody, my 15 year old nephew had his first girlfriend. Good christian girl, she was 12 at the time. He posted it on Facebook that he was now in a relationship. His step mom who lives in NY with his bio dad told Cody she would supply the condoms if he needed them!
What is a good christian girl doing having sex at 12?
Guppy

Bloomfield Hills, MI

#282928 Feb 8, 2013
Katie wrote:
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Civil rights of personal privacy and bodily autonomy apply to smokers as well as pregnant women. You didn't know that? Is your state not having a war on smokers just as other states are having a war on women's reproductive rights? My state, well my county specifically, is waging war against smokers. Damn near the only place one can smoke anymore is in their car. But not if there're kids in it.
You smoke? Eww.
Guppy

Bloomfield Hills, MI

#282929 Feb 8, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Would you fu**ing READ? I said kids AREN'T getting safe-sex info, or much of any sex ed, for that matter. And they ARE suffering for it.
<quoted text>
How are they suffering?
Katie

Auburn, WA

#282930 Feb 8, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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So abortion and smoking are the same ?
Plus who are they?
Are you refering to christians who talk about christ?
Yes, in a legal sense, smoking and abortion are the same. It is what one chooses to do with their body. A personal decision. Nobody else's business.

A smoker smoking around a nonsmoker may endanger that nonsmoker's life. May even give them a death sentence with fatal lung cancer or some other cancer. Do we arrest them for this? Do we charge them with murder? Do you want to criminalize smoking to protect the innocent nonsmokers who didn't ask for fatal cancer?

A woman with an unwanted/unhealthy pregnancy may terminate her pregnancy. Do we arrest her for this? Do we charge her with murder? Do you want to criminalize terminating unwanted/unhealthy pregnancies to protect the innocent ZEFs who didn't ask to conceived or terminated?
Katie

Auburn, WA

#282931 Feb 8, 2013
Guppy wrote:
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You smoke? Eww.
Did I say I did?
Katie

Auburn, WA

#282932 Feb 8, 2013
Guppy wrote:
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What is a good christian girl doing having sex at 12?
Did Ayaka say anyone was having sex?
Katie

Auburn, WA

#282933 Feb 8, 2013
STO wrote:
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Can't be a false premise when you admit "some may". They do. sjm is one. Never said "all". If you're not one uv'em, then I'm not talking about you.
It's a GREAT analogy!
Why are PL such poor sports? It is a GREAT analogy.
And I just took it a little further. Let's see what they do with it, STO.

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#282934 Feb 8, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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One that will be worth its weight on paper does.
Who's in charge? The husband, the wife? Both? The kids?
What if factories had no one in charge?
Same as a home, someone must have the final say, and that choice should be made for the betterment of the family.
It is the only way it will work well, becouse men and women are different -other then physical.
When a husband and wife disagrees on a decision that must be made, then what does one do?
When there is a free for all anywhere, then you have a riot.
I'm sorry, but you are incorrect. A good marriage does not need anyone in charge. I have such a marriage, and my husband and I make decisions together. When we disagree, we hash it out until we reach agreement. It works beautifully. No one said anything about a "free for all". It's not an either/or thing, but I don't suppose an extremist would understand that. There is a middle ground between tyranny and anarchy that you have apparently not considered.
Guppy

Bloomfield Hills, MI

#282935 Feb 8, 2013
Long Night Moon 13 wrote:
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Am I required to think something is funny because you think it's funny to be able to consider myself as having a sense of humor?
Basically, yes.

Anything else?

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#282936 Feb 8, 2013
STO wrote:
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The final say? No discussion? No compromise?
Never heard of reaching an agreement?
Exactly. As I said, there is a middle ground between tyranny and anarchy that he's apparently never considered.
Anonymous

United States

#282937 Feb 8, 2013
Karma is a_______ wrote:
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maybe in your eyes sex is wrong. Making sex taboo is a method religion uses to control its followers. Sex is a natural human process and making kids feel guilty about natural feelings is sick.
There is nothing wrong with teenagers exploring their sexuality and leads to mentally healthy adults.
We see what happens when human sexuality is repressed...take what happened in Timbuktu and Mali recently when fundamentalist Muslims tried to enforce Sharia law....
comparing teenagers having sexual relations to teenage drinking is so absurb it doesn't deserve a reply
Sex is a natural, beautiful thing, when two people are married. "Pink one and a blue one ",but to teach kids to go do whatever they like, or if it feels good it must be good is what is truly sick.

You make no distinction between kids and dogs.

When two people come together the two become one flesh, and they are forever linked to that person.

It is up to each person what they choose to do, but to encourage bad behaivor, only renders bad results.

The seperation of church and state was put in place, so we wouldn't have a state rum religion, but christian values are all through our history "starting at this nations beginning.

If you want to teach your kids that they come from wild animals and that thet should feel free to act like one, in your own home then that's your business.

Most christians have been like sto, and that's why our country is getting in the shape it is now.

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