Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

There are 310649 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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“Blessed Be”

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#286310 Feb 24, 2013
Ink wrote:
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It does to me. It can mean what ever I want. It is formed like a human being at that stage of development.
Who cares what you want it to mean? The discussion was not about looks.

You're flocking stupid.

“Blessed Be”

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#286311 Feb 24, 2013
Ink wrote:
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You hold two billion people responsible for the bad decisions of a few?
If you can't pay better attention to what is actually being said, don't bother to reply to my posts. You're incapable of understanding anything, obviously.
worships reality

AOL

#286312 Feb 24, 2013
Katie wrote:
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Let's not. So why did you forget to include my use of the words, "Their ideals,"? If you weren't trying to change what I said, okay.
nice try sweetheart but it was "you" that changed what you said.
this is what you said originally and this is what i was comparing what you are saying "now" to -

"it's that they'll go to any lengths to legislate their personally held beliefs that is disconcerting, imo"

personally held beliefs are not emotions or ideals. be consistent in what you say. and do not accuse others of what you practice. that is dishonest. don't use deception to try and make your point.
Is that what you think? Bills written as a result of someone's personal belief or the majority of personal beliefs? As in Mob Rule??
mob rule? do you consider the concept of democracy playing itself out to be mob rule? do you consider elected officials representing their constituents in the legislature to be mob rule? do you consider the process by which we elect those who govern to be mob rule? do you consider the process of the House and Senate voting bills into law to be mob rule?
you sound like a fool.
Because the way I was taught was different. It wasn't about personally held beliefs, but in solving the problem using already existing laws.
we were talking about legislating sweetheart --creating laws. if there were existing laws to solve our problems then we wouldn't need new laws would we? sounds like you should sue those who taught you.
Oh, there's that phrase I used earlier. The one you tried to argue against.
Well argue against this and see how far you get.
"Once a problem is identified, possible solutions for the problem must be identified and discussed. In the American political process, there are generally more than enough proposed solutions to the problems the nation faces. The difficulty lies in sorting through the proposed solution to find the one that will work best. When a member of Congress proposes a bill, he or she is essentially claiming to have found the best (or at least most practical) solution to the public policy problem in question."
"Writing legislation requires precision, attention to detail, an intimate understanding of existing laws and a clear understanding of the proposed policy solution."
"once a problem is identified"? it is someone or some peoples "personal belief" that we have a problem is it not?
and is it not someone's "personal belief" that the solution they have found is the most practical solution to the problem?

no sir sweetheart, there is no getting around the fact that all laws in some manner shape or form, stem from personally held beliefs.

argue against that.
Ink

Philadelphia, PA

#286313 Feb 24, 2013
Bitner wrote:
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Who cares what you want it to mean? The discussion was not about looks.
You're flocking stupid.
I do. It is formed like a little baby because it is.
sasylicious

Jackson, NJ

#286314 Feb 24, 2013
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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Nope. No contradiction and I'm not confused at all. I'm for limits - just as I am for limits in MOST area's of legislation. I wouldn't be for prosecution requiring jail time if the woman does it anyway. At the END of the day, its HER CHOICE. Your opinion AND mine doesn't mean shit, as her abortion will not affect you in ANY way at ANY point in her pregnancy.
Not one woman has EVER been jailed for having an abortion. And that's the way it SHOULD be.
You're incapable of understanding that.
Here is what you said in your other post to me...
""""You're right. WE dont. Unless its in YOUR womb. Then YOU dont get to choose what ZEFS have value and what dont"""" "

Now you're here saying...
""""Nope. No contradiction and I'm not confused at all. I'm for limits """"" "

Gee,why limits? Is that 'ZEF' suddenly valuable now after viability,enough so that you support LIMITING a womans choice to do with her womb? her "medical decision"?

You make no sense whatsoever.

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#286315 Feb 24, 2013
Ink wrote:
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I read one of your links quite thoroughly and didn't see where abortion on demand is condoned,
Nobody ever claimed that "abortion on demand" is condoned Inkstain - you jackass.

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#286316 Feb 24, 2013
Ink wrote:
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Yes I was wrong . I looked it up and illegal abortion is in the list of minor charges..
There is NO list of "minor charges".

You've gone from being deliberately stupid, to being a straight up idiot.

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#286317 Feb 24, 2013
Ink wrote:
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What part isn't formed?
At 14 weeks? Not much is "fully formed" as you claimed.

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#286318 Feb 24, 2013
Guppy wrote:
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Rolling Eyes - That's like saying I believe there are cars, but I've never seen one.
@@ No actually its not. That's why its called "faith". My belief/faith dosent require your acceptance.
Ink

Philadelphia, PA

#286319 Feb 24, 2013
Bitner wrote:
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If you can't pay better attention to what is actually being said, don't bother to reply to my posts. You're incapable of understanding anything, obviously.
You are such a nitpicker.

So let me ask, why do you "judge the entire Church for the actions of their leadership"?

Bitner wrote:
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We DO judge the entire church for the actions of their leadership, which pretends to hold the moral high ground, and yet was complicit in covering up for the immoral and criminal actions of their priests.
Ink

Philadelphia, PA

#286320 Feb 24, 2013
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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There is NO list of "minor charges".
You've gone from being deliberately stupid, to being a straight up idiot.
Minor compared to murder.

“Blessed Be”

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#286321 Feb 24, 2013
Ink wrote:
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I do. It is formed like a little baby because it is.
No, it's not. Still, that was not what the discussion was about, Moron.
sasylicious

Jackson, NJ

#286322 Feb 24, 2013
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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There ya go Guppy. THIS is the camp you're choosing to align yourself with?
Do you STILL want to know what the difference is in "asshats"?
Blame all the ill's of the RCC on gays Tommy boy. See how far that get's you. AND them for that matter.
Miserable failures, all of you.
Homosexual pedophiles rape boys,so that is what happened.

If you read into those rape cases,it was said that they (the homosexuals)were deliberately put into the Priesthood to destroy the Catholic church from within. Well,it worked,didn't it.

Pedophiles rape girls and boys. Homosexuals pedophiles rape boys.
sasylicious

Jackson, NJ

#286323 Feb 24, 2013
Ocean56 wrote:
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You can complain about the reasons for abortion all you want. Whatever a woman's reason for choosing NOT to continue a pregnancy, it is still HER decision, and it is none of YOUR business.
Practice the garbage that you preach because you and your proabort friends believe in restrictions to PROTECT the fetus after viability.

“Blessed Be”

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#286324 Feb 24, 2013
Ink wrote:
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You are such a nitpicker.
So let me ask, why do you "judge the entire Church for the actions of their leadership"?
Bitner wrote:
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We DO judge the entire church for the actions of their leadership, which pretends to hold the moral high ground, and yet was complicit in covering up for the immoral and criminal actions of their priests.
I'm not a nitpicker. You're just too stupid to understand anything. And you're apparently content to remain in ignorance. So be it.
sasylicious

Jackson, NJ

#286325 Feb 24, 2013
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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Nobody ever claimed that "abortion on demand" is condoned Inkstain - you jackass.
Oh but YOU did in fact. You fought me tooth and nail about it. I even told you that my friends are Jewish and that they say it was AGAINST elective abortion. You told me that I was lying and that it wasn't true.

As a matter of fact,LC claimed the same UNTIL pastorbooby,the ultimate proabort who is Jewish came on and busted BOTH of you. He said that Jews were AGAINST elective abortions (which confirmed what I said all along).

You STILL support a womans choice to electively abort. You go against your religion because they forbid it. You not only support it,but you escort the women to kill their fetus.
Ink

Philadelphia, PA

#286326 Feb 24, 2013
sasylicious wrote:
<quoted text>Homosexual pedophiles rape boys,so that is what happened.
If you read into those rape cases,it was said that they (the homosexuals)were deliberately put into the Priesthood to destroy the Catholic church from within. Well,it worked,didn't it.
Pedophiles rape girls and boys. Homosexuals pedophiles rape boys.
Pope Paul warned way back when that the smoke of satan had already entered the walls of the Vatican.

It's time to stop being politically correct.
sasylicious

Jackson, NJ

#286327 Feb 24, 2013
Ocean56 wrote:
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As far as I'M concerned, your god is IMAGINARY. So what YOU claim it wants is IRRELEVANT. As are YOU.
My post was directed to foo who DOES believe in God(our creator of heaven and earth).

So,who created you? And don't tell me that your mom and dad did. They were only pro-creators joining together the way God intended in order for him to create a life. They had no say in your conception. They could have made love til the freakin cows came home but unless God willed you to exist,then you weren't going to.
sasylicious

Jackson, NJ

#286328 Feb 24, 2013
Bitner wrote:
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Where does her religion say she cannot be pro-choice?
Golly gee,why don't you just ask foo. She'll kindly link you to the Jewish law that shows that they FORBID abortion. She,if she is a faithful follower,will not support a choice that her religion(God)forbids.

Better yet,ask pastorbooby. At least he will be honest with you about it. He tells it like it is. He is also honest enough to say that he didn't CARE what his God has to say.
Katie

Spanaway, WA

#286329 Feb 24, 2013
worships reality wrote:
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nice try sweetheart but it was "you" that changed what you said.
this is what you said originally and this is what i was comparing what you are saying "now" to -
"it's that they'll go to any lengths to legislate their personally held beliefs that is disconcerting, imo"
personally held beliefs are not emotions or ideals. be consistent in what you say. and do not accuse others of what you practice. that is dishonest. don't use deception to try and make your point.
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mob rule? do you consider the concept of democracy playing itself out to be mob rule? do you consider elected officials representing their constituents in the legislature to be mob rule? do you consider the process by which we elect those who govern to be mob rule? do you consider the process of the House and Senate voting bills into law to be mob rule?
you sound like a fool.
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we were talking about legislating sweetheart --creating laws. if there were existing laws to solve our problems then we wouldn't need new laws would we? sounds like you should sue those who taught you.
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"once a problem is identified"? it is someone or some peoples "personal belief" that we have a problem is it not?
and is it not someone's "personal belief" that the solution they have found is the most practical solution to the problem?
no sir sweetheart, there is no getting around the fact that all laws in some manner shape or form, stem from personally held beliefs.
argue against that.
Why? What part of my sentence did you find disconcerting enough to respond in such a vapid manner while lacking such a basic understanding of others' points of view? Leave it to you to ruin a good thing.

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