Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

There are 346162 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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#316715 Nov 26, 2013
Bitner wrote:
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Don't be any more foolish than you must.
A person who is bisexual is not "half" anything. They aren't half homosexual, or heterosexual. They are bisexual.
Just when I think your ignorance can't get any deeper......there you go.
I don't know why she's so engrossed in my sexuality. She's pervy.

“Blessed Be”

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#316716 Nov 26, 2013
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text>I don't know why she's so engrossed in my sexuality. She's pervy.
None of her own?

I mean, they ALL seem to be way too obsessed with the sex lives of others. It almost MUST be a need to live vicariously, don't you think?
Gtown71

United States

#316717 Nov 26, 2013
Ink wrote:
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It is a mantra on here that women should have 'healthy sex lives' and shouldn't be forced to give birth to the resulting child.
How are you ladies going to have a 'healthy sex life' if all the guys keep it in their pants?
Just another double standard they call normal.

My take is that my circumstances put me in a postion to find God, or better yet hear the God that had been calling. All while abortion was legal, and we could've went that route and kept right on trucking, but I wanted it to all stop somehow, just didn't know how, or have the power.
If abortion wasn't legal, it would make many face their problems in a different way, and perhaps more could be saved, within the "fix it -keep on going " kinda world we live in. Atleast for all who claim to not believe in God. For those who do believe,,,, well lets just say they are held to a different standard, by many non - believer's.
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#316718 Nov 26, 2013
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“Truly Pro-Life”

Since: Nov 11

Proudly Pro-choice

#316719 Nov 26, 2013
Bitner wrote:
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None of her own?
I mean, they ALL seem to be way too obsessed with the sex lives of others. It almost MUST be a need to live vicariously, don't you think?
That, and the abortion porn thing, have always creeped me out...who is that interested in when, how, and why other people have sex???

And then to stick their noses into our decisions about the results or lack thereof, is just twisted. Why do they care what medical decisions we make, whether to use contraceptives, or gestate every pregnancy we conceive, or elect not to?

What in the name of all that's holy is in it for them?? It's not like their ramblings here are 'saving lives' or anything...

I don't get it.

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#316720 Nov 26, 2013
sassyjm wrote:
<quoted text> Come on Katie,you can say it like you mean it.
Repeat after me....
I WAS GOING TO HAVE AARON KILLED IF HE DIDN'T DIE FIRST.
There. Whew! I said it for you.
I'm the last person that should get on their high horse and judge or lecture someone on being too mean, but lady, you really do take the cake. And the fact that a person like me, is judging you about that, screams volumes.

Holy Sh*t! You're a heartless, cruel, condescending, narcissistic, all around b*tch.

You're not changing anyone's mind, you're making 'their'/'pro-choice' stance stronger! Why the hell would anyone agree with 'you'? If someone were on the fence, you'd definitely make them think twice about 'pro-life', with the example you set. Good job! Keep it up?

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#316721 Nov 26, 2013
sassyjm wrote:
<quoted text> Complaining? Me? I am not complaining at all. What I am doing is pointing out a fact here. ANYONE who claims to be pro-CHOICE regarding a womans right to control the fate of her unborn child while in utero(whether it be continuing the pregnancy,aborting the pregnancy) but turns around and agrees/supports undoing that choice by restricting it,is NOT pro-CHOICE. What they are is anti-choice...yet pro-abortion ONLY in the first trimester.Hypocritical! Contradicting oneself while feeling like they are pro-life makes them feel good.
Now,tell me sweetie,which are you? PRO-CHOICE or ANTI-CHOICE/PRO-ABORTION when you think it's okay?
Wow,,,, gotta love the 'pro-abortion' wording.

Knit picking at it's best! BRAVO!

Why just the other day I was visiting a friend in a hospital, and there Elise was holding a sign that read "Abort now, before it's too late" If she had it her way, I'm telling you, she'd make it law for mandatory abortion for everyone! Everyone! I'm tellin ya, tis true!

I stake my reputation on being a troll on it! BHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAH

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#316722 Nov 26, 2013
I'd correct the 'it's' but nah,,,, oops, just did... won't happen again. My bad!

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#316723 Nov 26, 2013
Bitner wrote:
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Don't be any more foolish than you must.
A person who is bisexual is not "half" anything. They aren't half homosexual, or heterosexual. They are bisexual.
Just when I think your ignorance can't get any deeper......there you go.
They're not 'half' Bitner! They're TWICE!(lucky bastards being able to double their pleasure! and options!) I can wish/dream! I can.... but alas, deep down inside, I know I can't! It will never happen for me no matter how much I want to be bi! F*CK!

BAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHH
Gtown71

United States

#316724 Nov 26, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Oh, look...it's the incompetent christian deity. We get tired of fixing your mistakes. Why do you let women get pregnanr when yiu KNOW they'll just abort?
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Why do you assume this was a Christian God poster? Plus cp -doesn't your post do what you claim us christians do, by saying God done it, if it fits the agenda?
Gtown71

United States

#316725 Nov 26, 2013
AyakaNeo wrote:
<quoted text>@@ liar. Not what you said happened.
Sorry -you're right as far as what I said, and my fault for you and others not seeing what I did right was only becouse of Gods power. I assumed, which is bad I here.

Yet I have never wanted to brag or tell my dirt, just for the sake of telling, but rather only use the dirt to show how God can take a mess and Make a message.

So she chose to keep the child, are you saying she made a bad choice?

You are for choic, right?

“Dan IS the Man”

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#316726 Nov 27, 2013
sassyjm wrote:
<quoted text> n some on this very forum who are in favor of the choice to abort even having aborted themselves,YET,agree with restrictions, are against using abortion as birth control,and call abortion yucky. I recall this forum that they were on where a woman aborted her son because he had a cleft palate. They called her out on it,even calling her a b*tch for it. Can you imagine?
I mean,CAN YOU IMAGINE THE AUDACITY AND HYPOCRISCY? Must make your hardcore proabortion head spin.
Who were these people? Where are these posts? Where is the proof these people/posts exist?

Everything in our society comes with some kinds of restrictions. This
Yours is a moot argument.

If a woman wants an abortion she has a time-frame in which to avail herself of the option. She has a time-frame in which to make that decision. She still has the choice. Waiting too long is still a choice.
Gtown71

United States

#316727 Nov 27, 2013
Ink wrote:
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You have only one perspective, your's. My opinion was that every child belongs to God and we don't have a right to take that life away.
No doubt, how the heart starts it's beat, plus the sheer awesomeness of how babies are in their mother's so long, and then must breath at birth. What many "including myself for years " take for granted, or think just be like that. I now see as absolutely awsome.

The smartest of men could never build such a thing.
Gtown71

United States

#316728 Nov 27, 2013
Morgana 9 wrote:
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Then why did she?
Becouse like most, we weren't thinking about the future, but only the now.

Just glad we chose to do the right thing, instead of the easy, legal thing. I geuss you could say we started thinking about the future, instead of what's good for now?

Morgana 9

“And the Horse You Rode in On”

Since: Sep 08

Minneapolis

#316729 Nov 27, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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No doubt, how the heart starts it's beat, plus the sheer awesomeness of how babies are in their mother's so long, and then must breath at birth. What many "including myself for years " take for granted, or think just be like that. I now see as absolutely awsome.
The smartest of men could never build such a thing.
AND taking choice away would not be taking women for granted?

I got news for you, history has taken women for granted beyond measure. Women have never been given credit for, or rewarded in any way for bearing children. It has been treated as their "duty" nothing more. And that my dear is being taken for granted. Matter of fact capitalism punishes women for bearing children, having one to many can reduce you to poverty and that is a cold hard fact.

Morgana 9

“And the Horse You Rode in On”

Since: Sep 08

Minneapolis

#316730 Nov 27, 2013
RoSesz wrote:
EVERY ONE .
HAVE A,HAPPY AND,BLESSED THANKSGIVING..
enjoy food and family :)
PEACE
Same to you...enjoy the day!

Morgana 9

“And the Horse You Rode in On”

Since: Sep 08

Minneapolis

#316731 Nov 27, 2013
R C Honey wrote:
<quoted text>I'm the last person that should get on their high horse and judge or lecture someone on being too mean, but lady, you really do take the cake. And the fact that a person like me, is judging you about that, screams volumes.
Holy Sh*t! You're a heartless, cruel, condescending, narcissistic, all around b*tch.
You're not changing anyone's mind, you're making 'their'/'pro-choice' stance stronger! Why the hell would anyone agree with 'you'? If someone were on the fence, you'd definitely make them think twice about 'pro-life', with the example you set. Good job! Keep it up?
Technically she is not making my stance stronger.

She is CONFIRMING what I stand for.

Her belief that women/girls are secondary and are to procreate under any circumstance is evident. The fact that women/girls should have zero say or self concern and be treated as a robotic mechanism is in her opinion "womanly" and to the point.
Ocean56

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#316732 Nov 27, 2013
Morgana 9 wrote:
I got news for you, history has taken women for granted beyond measure. Women have never been given credit for, or rewarded in any way for bearing children. It has been treated as their "duty" nothing more. And that my dear is being taken for granted. Matter of fact capitalism punishes women for bearing children, having one to many can reduce you to poverty and that is a cold hard fact.
That is certainly the case, which conservative religionists routinely deny. They would prefer women to be nothing more than mindless baby factories "for God and church," and they don't want a woman questioning whether or not motherhood is right for HER as a person either.

And yes, because capitalism does punish women for having children, many women are simply choosing NOT to have kids, preferring career over motherhood, and not wanting to go into poverty as well. To hear the religionists whine how "terrible" or "unnatural" it is for a woman to reject motherhood, you'd think it was the end of the world instead of that woman making a wise choice for herself. Why should she be punished for having sex by being forced to gestate a pregnancy she never WANTED in the first place? Their utter stupidity never ceases to amaze me.
Gtown71

United States

#316733 Nov 27, 2013
Morgana 9 wrote:
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AND taking choice away would not be taking women for granted?
I got news for you, history has taken women for granted beyond measure. Women have never been given credit for, or rewarded in any way for bearing children. It has been treated as their "duty" nothing more. And that my dear is being taken for granted. Matter of fact capitalism punishes women for bearing children, having one to many can reduce you to poverty and that is a cold hard fact.
Would it shock you to know that I agree with this statement 100%?

A few months after I came home to a hurt, angry, but forgiving wife I found myself at the mall, where I began to look at different things.

I seen a nice little diamond cross, and ask the sales LADY :) to see it. It wasn't a lot of money, and as they always do, gave me the "lowest" price. Lol

189.00 bucks from the 500 dollar price tag.

The lady was a pro at sales. She began to ask how long my wife and I had been married. I told her. She said "don't you think after all those years your wife deserves that little diamond cross? "

I said Lady, there is not enough diamonds in the world, let alone this store, to cover what my wife deserves, but I will take the little cross :)

Women have always been took for granted, by sorry bastards like myself, and they may never get near what they deserve.

My home would be in very sad shape without my wife.

I would be in very sad shape without my wife.

Had I never had an affair, and I admit that I cook and clean far more than most men I know, I still fall waaay short of what she deserves.

Now that that is settled -women can still demand more of what they should already be receiving, but can loose a lot more in that process. It is a process. Man may have never truly know their true roll in life, but they sure don't now.

We didn't get where we are overnight, and may never get where we need to be, but it won't be overnight.

Peace.
Gtown71

United States

#316734 Nov 27, 2013
Ocean56 wrote:
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That is certainly the case, which conservative religionists routinely deny. They would prefer women to be nothing more than mindless baby factories "for God and church," and they don't want a woman questioning whether or not motherhood is right for HER as a person either.
And yes, because capitalism does punish women for having children, many women are simply choosing NOT to have kids, preferring career over motherhood, and not wanting to go into poverty as well. To hear the religionists whine how "terrible" or "unnatural" it is for a woman to reject motherhood, you'd think it was the end of the world instead of that woman making a wise choice for herself. Why should she be punished for having sex by being forced to gestate a pregnancy she never WANTED in the first place? Their utter stupidity never ceases to amaze me.
Yes same here.
Most have no problem with women choosing not to be mothers.
They just feel bad about that other thingy.

Single women without kids are taxed more than those with. Not to mention many other government paid things.

Peace

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