Conservatives don't care about women

Conservatives don't care about women

There are 451 comments on the The Paradise Post story from Aug 30, 2008, titled Conservatives don't care about women. In it, The Paradise Post reports that:

You can pretty much set your watch by it; if an election is drawing near, the Republicans will, once more, trot out all their right-to-life rhetoric, tripping all over themselves to be first in line to deny a ...

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“Government IS the problem.”

Since: Jan 08

Chico, CA

#1 Aug 30, 2008
And O’Neill the great defender of womens rights stated “abortions done clinically on cell clusters which, though living tissue, are not children, not viable, nor yet fully human.”

So now you are God? You decide when life begins and when it ends?

In what way are these “cell clusters” not human? They have all that is required to grow into fully functioning human beings. Not viable? So should a 24 year old quadriplegic who needs oxygen and 24 hour care to live have his life aborted? He certainly is not viable and depends entirely on others for his survival.
Conservatives do care about womens’ rights but we also care about the rights of the unborn. Why should the unborn not have a chance to live? Simply because it is not convenient for a woman who maybe should have abstained?

I think it is you on the left who degrade women. You and Dode both blame men for women having unwanted pregnancies, according to you the women are too dumb to say no or to say no not without some protection. I think that all men who father children should be accountable and support the mother and child.

You sound like Obamacide. I wouldn’t want my daughters punished with a baby. Since when is human life a punishment? According to you it would be okay if your potential grandchildren were aborted? Wow. Now that is unbelievable.

You bring up the Nazis, they held the same views as you do. They were pro abortion, they aborted babies who they thought would not be viable, downs syndrome babies, babies who would not be born perfect or babies from a different race. I think you should do some serious research and see who abortions affect the most. It is not middle class white women who are having the majority of abortions. 80% of Planned Parenthood clinics are in poor neighborhoods. By supporting abortion not only are you supporting the killing of the unborn but you are supporting a form of genocide.

The Dems are indeed “The Party of Death”.

You need to watch out O’Neill, euthanasia is the next step. Someone, somewhere at some point in time will determine that you are no longer viable.
Bill Green

United States

#2 Aug 30, 2008
Shut up fool, and move to San Francisco. We don't want you here in Butte County, you murderous slimeball.
Bill Green

United States

#4 Aug 30, 2008
Oneill, what is the EXACT cell count that you concider a human being? I mean EXACT, not give or take a few.
Hound

Reno, NV

#5 Aug 30, 2008
A disregard for life, from conception to the last breath is hard to fathom.
Pattie B

Chico, CA

#6 Aug 30, 2008
You should really not partake of the pot before writing such garbage, Shame on you.
JIM BURKE

San Francisco, CA

#7 Aug 30, 2008
The last liberal we had in office created a booming pornography business, cursing on network TV that I would of received a mouth full of soap for when I was a kid, and he gave me the chance to explain to my kids that extramarital sex is not ok. Yea, I guess your right, this whole idea of Morales and Values is really over rated. By the way, I am conservative, but I am also Pro Choice, because you are right, it's not my business, it's Gods! But it is our responsibility to teach our children that it should never be used as a method of birth control, because every child is a gift. And marriage is between a man and a woman! Yes on Prop 8!

“BJDs: Crack would be cheaper”

Since: Jul 08

Pro-choice and Proud

#8 Aug 30, 2008
Hound wrote:
A disregard for life, from conception to the last breath is hard to fathom.
And what do you consider a disregard for life? Personally, I'd consider those who care more about quantity then quality to be showing a deep disregard for life.

“BJDs: Crack would be cheaper”

Since: Jul 08

Pro-choice and Proud

#9 Aug 30, 2008
JIM BURKE wrote:
The last liberal we had in office created a booming pornography business, cursing on network TV that I would of received a mouth full of soap for when I was a kid, and he gave me the chance to explain to my kids that extramarital sex is not ok. Yea, I guess your right, this whole idea of Morales and Values is really over rated. By the way, I am conservative, but I am also Pro Choice, because you are right, it's not my business, it's Gods! But it is our responsibility to teach our children that it should never be used as a method of birth control, because every child is a gift. And marriage is between a man and a woman! Yes on Prop 8!
He also gave us a budget surplus - something this president squandered immediately. He gave us a booming economy. Low unemployment rates. What has an ultraconservative given us? An illegal quagmire of a war. A loss of any goodwill other countries may have had for ours. A loss of RESPECT other countries DID have for ours. A surge in outsourcing, a recession, a budgetary deficit that is unmatched in U.S. history... shall I go on?

Oh, but he espouses 'morals'. Right.
Paradise woman

Stonyford, CA

#10 Aug 30, 2008
Who is sticking up for the unborn woman?
Mel

Chico, CA

#11 Aug 30, 2008
I saw a sticker the other day..."War is NOT pro-life"...hummmm I know, I know, we NEEDED to go to Iraq, my bad
Don

Chico, CA

#12 Aug 30, 2008
And you can bet all those pro-lifers are pro death penalty also. I created a simple rule for myself when talking to pro-lifers- you let me see your adoption papers for the child you adopted and we can begin the discourse. Until then, we have nothing to say to each other.

The process is simple- no womb no vote.
Jim Clarkson

Chico, CA

#13 Aug 30, 2008
Palin…..Brilliant!
As a registered Democrat, it’s not easy to give kudos to your opposition, but today I must do just that. The Republicans could have, and were expected to, select one of the good old boys. Not only is Sarah Palin far from a good old boy, she has brazenly gone after the Republicans for ethics issues. When shunned by those politicians she was confronting, she ran against the incumbent Republican Governor and won.

She is a middle of the road environmental advocate, which means we might see some common ground for progress in this area. Her lack of experience is a concern, but can hardly be faulted when compared to Obama. Sarah is a independent woman that any women rights organization should be proud of, even if she deviates from the typical feminist platform.

Yes, Sarah Palin is a true independent thinking woman, very articulate and intelligent.
Although her approach to social challenges may differ from Hillary’s, her determination and persuasiveness is on par. Her challenge will be finding a middle ground on social issues, of which she is much more conservative. McCain balances out Palin’s views with
intriguing thoughtfulness. Hardly clones, they both are mavericks that have challenged the old guard of the Republican party. One thing is certain, there will be change regardless who wins the election.

I love that the GOP ticket has moved to the center, because it has now given me a legitimate option over my party which has moved to the far left . I may be a Democrat, but I am an American first. If either party believes it should be able to rule from the far fringes of their paradigm, then maybe it is time for a new paradigm.

I believe in “Win-Win” conclusions. Obama is the most liberal option my party could have chosen. An Obama win would clearly be a huge loss for nearly half of the Nation.
McCain, like Lieberman, is a compromise we could all feel resolved about. An Obama win would certainly set off a cold war between the parties like we have never seen.
There will be an absolute stalemate within the Congress and the Senate. That we can hardly afford at this time in history. Better to support a middle of the road ticket than a ticket which is view to be radical by such a large portion of the population.

Jaime ONeill

Chico, CA

#14 Aug 30, 2008
Sarah Palin is "middle of the road"? That will be news to lots of people. And I see the Republicans putting out these talking points on websites everywhere, with people pretending to be "Democrates," and extolling this woman who, had she been put up by "Democrates," would be excoriated for her lack of experience.
Middle of the road? She was chosen solely to shore up McCain's creds with the far right. She opposes abortion even in cases of rape or incest. She opposes stem cell research. She opposes physician-assisted suicide for the terminally ill and suffering. She believes in teaching creationism in schools, and joins with those who think the world is 6000 years old, thus denying the entire fossil record. She denies the scientific evidence that the ice caps are melting, and she has fought against environmental protections that would have keep metal mines from discharging toxins into salmon streams.
Middle of the road? Yeah, right.
McCain says he puts the country first, and yet, at 72, he'd risk putting the nation in the hands of someone so untested, untried, and inexperienced.
Paradise woman

Chico, CA

#15 Aug 30, 2008
Mel wrote:
I saw a sticker the other day..."War is NOT pro-life"...hummmm I know, I know, we NEEDED to go to Iraq, my bad
Does it feel good to have freedom of speech, hummmmm... I wonder why we have the right, think about it!!! Do you want to move to Iraq? Do you think they desereve less?? What do I expect from a pro-baby killer anyways?!
Paradise woman

Chico, CA

#16 Aug 30, 2008
Don wrote:
And you can bet all those pro-lifers are pro death penalty also. I created a simple rule for myself when talking to pro-lifers- you let me see your adoption papers for the child you adopted and we can begin the discourse. Until then, we have nothing to say to each other.
The process is simple- no womb no vote.
Pro-killer, why dont you move to China!!!
Paradise woman

Chico, CA

#17 Aug 30, 2008
Jaime ONeill wrote:
Sarah Palin is "middle of the road"? That will be news to lots of people. And I see the Republicans putting out these talking points on websites everywhere, with people pretending to be "Democrates," and extolling this woman who, had she been put up by "Democrates," would be excoriated for her lack of experience.
Middle of the road? She was chosen solely to shore up McCain's creds with the far right. She opposes abortion even in cases of rape or incest. She opposes stem cell research. She opposes physician-assisted suicide for the terminally ill and suffering. She believes in teaching creationism in schools, and joins with those who think the world is 6000 years old, thus denying the entire fossil record. She denies the scientific evidence that the ice caps are melting, and she has fought against environmental protections that would have keep metal mines from discharging toxins into salmon streams.
Middle of the road? Yeah, right.
McCain says he puts the country first, and yet, at 72, he'd risk putting the nation in the hands of someone so untested, untried, and inexperienced.
Bla, bla, bla.....maybe you should have been an abortion, what do you think of that?
Hound

Reno, NV

#18 Aug 30, 2008
z3ncat wrote:
<quoted text>
And what do you consider a disregard for life? Personally, I'd consider those who care more about quantity then quality to be showing a deep disregard for life.
So you'd rid the world of the handicapped, then.
Jaime ONeill

Chico, CA

#19 Aug 30, 2008
Well, Paradise Woman, I think it makes you sound idiotic, since you ask what I think of your comment. You don't address any of those points about Palin's views, all of which are accurate expressions of her extreme right wing opinions. Instead, you dismiss those issues as "bla, bla, bla," and then offer an insult. I think that's rather moronic, since you ask. Anything else I can clear up for you?
rtq

Ojai, CA

#20 Aug 30, 2008
Paradise woman wrote:
<quoted text>Bla, bla, bla.....maybe you should have been an abortion, what do you think of that?
Oh you are a horrid little troll aren't you. Go back to your cave.
Renee G

Chico, CA

#21 Aug 30, 2008
Paradise woman wrote:
<quoted text>Bla, bla, bla.....maybe you should have been an abortion, what do you think of that?
How "PRO-LIFE" of you, Paradise Woman.

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