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Canton

Canton, OH

#26437 Mar 4, 2014
half-breed wrote:
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I thought the abortion issue wasn't important to you. Why are you reviving the conversation?
Most parents do name their unborn babies, even without a legal requirement.
At what point does the lump of cells become a baby?
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You mean, like the picture of the aborted lump of cells that you were so offended by? Obviously, it wasn't breathing air when it was dismembered and murdered, so it must not have been a baby.
Now at what stage would you say that gruesome fetus picture you shared with us is at? Looks about 28 to 30 weeks in development. Now tell us at what week most abortions take place. 24 weeks is the very latest one can have an abortion. Over 68% of all abortions happen in the first 9 weeks. I wonder why you would have to resort to false propaganda, which is obviously what the image you shared and you suggested was an aborted baby is. Why would you show a fetus at about 29 weeks in when the law stops abortion at 24 weeks? Hmmmmm. If so right, then why did you have to lie...again?
Canton

Canton, OH

#26438 Mar 4, 2014
half-breed wrote:
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Do you mean, concerning the 5 Precepts? Nothing.
No, concerning the entire belief system. If there is nothing morally wrong with it, then you won't mind us basing our government laws off of it...right? You will obviously have no problems with children being taught the Buddhist origin of life story in public school science classes. You will see nothing wrong with your child being required to meditate in public schools. I agree and think it will serve our nation far better than the radical fundamentalism that threatens our children now.
Canton

Canton, OH

#26439 Mar 4, 2014
We'll name him Kevin. He has his father's lumps.

http://www.baby2see.com/development/7w1d.jpg
Canton

Canton, OH

#26440 Mar 4, 2014
Since 57% of all abortions happen in the first 7 weeks, like the image above, I think my picture is a much better representation of abortion than the fetus you showed, weeks past the legal limit. Now let's consider that less than 2% of abortions happen at 24 weeks, and those are due to complications and rape. Busted again lil' pooch pooch. I slammed you in the mouth with the truth once more. Next?
half-breed

Chillicothe, OH

#26441 Mar 4, 2014
Canton wrote:
Is breathing air a requirement for all human life?
Getting oxygen is. The unborn require oxygen, and it's provided like this ...

From ehow:
"A baby's lungs start to develop inside the uterus during the first 13 weeks. The fetus grows an umbilical cord attached to the mother's placenta, connected to the uterine lining.

Emerging from the baby's stomach, the cord contains two arteries and a vein. The vessels form connecting coils, embedded in a jelly with a thin cover, resembling a soft, twisted rope.

As the mother inhales, oxygen enters her blood through the heart and lungs, and oxygen travels through the placenta and into the fetus's tiny blood vessels. The baby rids its body of carbon dioxide the same way, except in reverse."
Since according to you, it's a baby when conceived, why don't parents name the "baby" the second the woman knows she is pregnant?
You've certainly managed to find a stupid non-issue to make a big deal over.

Most parents don't have a name picked out before they find out they're pregnant. Maybe you should push for a law forcing people to choose a name before they're allowed to get pregnant.
half-breed

Chillicothe, OH

#26442 Mar 4, 2014
The Supreme Court are the ones who decided when lil' lumpy becomes a baby.
The Supreme Court also ruled that GW Bush was the rightful president of the United States in 2000.

My personal involvement in pro-life matters has nothing to do with Topix. However, little debates around the country, such as this, may influence a few people's opinions about abortion, and present them with facts that they hadn't considered before. Then those people will become pro-life advocates, even if it's just in giving their opinions to family and friends. Public opinion will turn against abortion, and it's just a matter of time before the matter comes before the Supreme Court again. Next time, the unborn will win.
half-breed

Chillicothe, OH

#26444 Mar 4, 2014
Canton wrote:
No, concerning the entire belief system. If there is nothing morally wrong with it, then you won't mind us basing our government laws off of it...right? You will obviously have no problems with children being taught the Buddhist origin of life story in public school science classes. You will see nothing wrong with your child being required to meditate in public schools. I agree and think it will serve our nation far better than the radical fundamentalism that threatens our children now.
Your lies are N/A. I support the teaching of Intelligent Design, as I've said many times on here. I do not support the teaching of any religion -- even Christianity. Your misrepresentation of Intelligent Design is evidence that your own beliefs are unscientific and not based in reality. If you didn't feel threatened, you wouldn't feel compelled to lie. You would, instead, just explain how evolution is considered a scientific theory, even though it defies the fundamental laws of science.
half-breed

Chillicothe, OH

#26445 Mar 4, 2014
Canton wrote:
If only anyone believed you any more.
I don't think it's going to help her one bit whether everyone believes me or no one does. So, stick your head back up your ass and continue on with your day.
woo-boy

Van Wert, OH

#26446 Mar 4, 2014
half-breed wrote:
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The Supreme Court also ruled that GW Bush was the rightful president of the United States in 2000.
My personal involvement in pro-life matters has nothing to do with Topix. However, little debates around the country, such as this, may influence a few people's opinions about abortion, and present them with facts that they hadn't considered before. Then those people will become pro-life advocates, even if it's just in giving their opinions to family and friends. Public opinion will turn against abortion, and it's just a matter of time before the matter comes before the Supreme Court again. Next time, the unborn will win.
Your brain keeps creating imaginary situations. Remember that time when you weren't a total idiot? Yea, me neither.
Canton

Canton, OH

#26447 Mar 4, 2014
half-breed wrote:
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Your lies are N/A. I support the teaching of Intelligent Design, as I've said many times on here. I do not support the teaching of any religion -- even Christianity. Your misrepresentation of Intelligent Design is evidence that your own beliefs are unscientific and not based in reality. If you didn't feel threatened, you wouldn't feel compelled to lie. You would, instead, just explain how evolution is considered a scientific theory, even though it defies the fundamental laws of science.
But wouldn't the real lie be you acting like you didn't know Intelligent Design was just another name for Christian Creationism, when it has clearly been pointed out to you, with documented fact more than once? In fact, not only are you lying about it, but Christians in general were caught lying about it when they tried to sneak it back into our public school system. You know, when they spit in the faces of the founders of this nation like a bunch of conniving fascists. Nice try lil' pooch pooch but just another lie added to the many lies you have been busted telling on here. It's why you are VOID.
woo-boy

Van Wert, OH

#26448 Mar 4, 2014
half-breed wrote:
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I don't think it's going to help her one bit whether everyone believes me or no one does. So, stick your head back up your ass and continue on with your day.
He can't, your head is in the way.
Canton

Canton, OH

#26449 Mar 4, 2014
half-breed wrote:
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I don't think it's going to help her one bit whether everyone believes me or no one does. So, stick your head back up your ass and continue on with your day.
But see, it never happened and everyone knows you are a habitual liar...so...yah.
Canton

Canton, OH

#26450 Mar 4, 2014
half-breed wrote:
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Getting oxygen is. The unborn require oxygen, and it's provided like this ...
From ehow:
"A baby's lungs start to develop inside the uterus during the first 13 weeks. The fetus grows an umbilical cord attached to the mother's placenta, connected to the uterine lining.
Emerging from the baby's stomach, the cord contains two arteries and a vein. The vessels form connecting coils, embedded in a jelly with a thin cover, resembling a soft, twisted rope.
As the mother inhales, oxygen enters her blood through the heart and lungs, and oxygen travels through the placenta and into the fetus's tiny blood vessels. The baby rids its body of carbon dioxide the same way, except in reverse."
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You've certainly managed to find a stupid non-issue to make a big deal over.
Most parents don't have a name picked out before they find out they're pregnant. Maybe you should push for a law forcing people to choose a name before they're allowed to get pregnant.
A law to force women to name the baby before it's even conceived? What kind of fascist regime would think they have a right to tell a woman what she can or can't do with her body?
Canton

Canton, OH

#26451 Mar 4, 2014
half-breed wrote:
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The Supreme Court also ruled that GW Bush was the rightful president of the United States in 2000.
My personal involvement in pro-life matters has nothing to do with Topix. However, little debates around the country, such as this, may influence a few people's opinions about abortion, and present them with facts that they hadn't considered before. Then those people will become pro-life advocates, even if it's just in giving their opinions to family and friends. Public opinion will turn against abortion, and it's just a matter of time before the matter comes before the Supreme Court again. Next time, the unborn will win.
A decision that like many of Americans, I disagree with. Strange though how you don't hear me crying about that Supreme Court decision every day or blaming people that have nothing to do with Bush stealing the election from the American voters. I guess I'm just not stupid enough to think that me blabbering away about it on a online forum will ever change the reality of the matter. How about you? Let's ask little lumpy. Oh that's right, like most humans, he doesn't have a mouth or ears.
Canton

Canton, OH

#26452 Mar 4, 2014
Excuse me while I laugh in your inbred face.
half-breed

Chillicothe, OH

#26453 Mar 4, 2014
Canton wrote:
But wouldn't the real lie be you acting like you didn't know Intelligent Design was just another name for Christian Creationism, when it has clearly been pointed out to you, with documented fact more than once?
ID doesn't teach Creationism. It doesn't teach any religion. It's supported by people of many different religions, as well as agnostics, and people who believe there's life on other planets. You're a liar who can't back up his own theory. All you've got left is to misrepresent opposing viewpoints.

You've still failed to explain how evolution can defy the fundamental laws of science, but still be considered a scientific theory.
Canton

Canton, OH

#26454 Mar 4, 2014
http://paulseymour.com.au/images/fetuses4.jpg

Which one would you say is closest to being made in "God's image"?
half-breed

Chillicothe, OH

#26455 Mar 4, 2014
Canton wrote:
A law to force women to name the baby before it's even conceived? What kind of fascist regime would think they have a right to tell a woman what she can or can't do with her body?
I don't care what a woman does with her own body. That subject hasn't been discussed.
half-breed

Chillicothe, OH

#26456 Mar 4, 2014
woo-boy wrote:
He can't, your head is in the way.
I was looking for you.
half-breed

Chillicothe, OH

#26457 Mar 4, 2014
Atheist, Bradley Monton, University of Colorado Professor of Philosophy, defends Intelligent Design in his book "Seeking God in Science: An Atheist defends Intelligent Design".

https://www.broadviewpress.com/product.php...

Nice to see that there are objective, serious people out there in academia, instead of just evolution cultists and the drones they've indoctrinated.

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