Abortion protestors at planned parent...
Chenrezig

Utica, NY

#21 Dec 22, 2012
The only place you have ever shot anything is into Ben Glecks mouth or your hand.
Truth Dig wrote:
OH NO!!! Last night, I shot a load of "innocent lives" on my wife's stomach!!! I hope the abortion zealots don't start protesting in front of my house!!!
hank hill

Lake Geneva, WI

#22 Dec 22, 2012
Truth Dig wrote:
OH NO!!! Last night, I shot a load of "innocent lives" on my wife's stomach!!! I hope the abortion zealots don't start protesting in front of my house!!!
I think you're safe. The abortion nazi's don't give a shit about your sperm until it enters a womans body. lol
Chenrezig

Utica, NY

#23 Dec 22, 2012
Nobody's worried about his sperm because it will never leave his hand. Idiots like him could not get a date even if he paid her.
hank hill wrote:
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I think you're safe. The abortion nazi's don't give a shit about your sperm until it enters a womans body. lol

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#24 Dec 22, 2012
Chenrezig wrote:
The only place you have ever shot anything is into Ben Glecks mouth or your hand.
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Projecting again? Don't you commit spermicide every Sunday after mass? Taking communuon the old fashioned way?

LMFAO!!!
nurse

Utica, NY

#26 Dec 22, 2012
teo wrote:
Mr Weller,
Unwanted children should not be punished (or in the case of abortion destroyed) because they were inconvenient to their mothers.
The mothers or their mates should have enough respect for life to not create it in their quest for onanistic ends.
Birth control is widely available and there is no excuse not to use it if pregnancy is undesired. In fact Planned Parenthood will supply birth control for nominal cost or free.
My complaint was about "Nurse" thinking that somehow that people protesting the abortions performed at Planned Parenthood on Genesee St are somehow worse than the thing that occurs inside that same building.
They have a Constitutional right to protest and according to a rather dubious ruling from the Supreme Court the Constitution gives the right to Planned Parenthood to operate an abortuary.
I think that in the future society will see abortion in the same way we view how uncivilized indentured servitude and debtor's prison was in the past.
It is uncivilized to consider an innocent life as a burden to be done away with because it is inconvenient. Destroyed as if it were a lame farm animal that was of no use and too much trouble to care for.
As I said earlier I do not want to see abortion made illegal but I would like to see Margret Sanger's barbarity assigned to the dustbin of history.
And with it the cavalier disregard for life that abortion proponents seem to have.
my point was that the protestors block the entry way and at times make it hard to people to enter the building. The people who protest there also don't believe in birth control of any kind, However being to the same group that covers up child molestion cases. The unborn children won't suffer the lifelong mental anguish that these children face.

KY WELLER
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#27 Dec 23, 2012
hank hill wrote:
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true. I think if ppl want to f*ck everything that walks we should sterilize them. Then I dont care who or what they do.
That I can agree with.

KY WELLER
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#28 Dec 23, 2012
teo wrote:
Mr Weller,
Unwanted children should not be punished (or in the case of abortion destroyed) because they were inconvenient to their mothers.
The mothers or their mates should have enough respect for life to not create it in their quest for onanistic ends.
Birth control is widely available and there is no excuse not to use it if pregnancy is undesired. In fact Planned Parenthood will supply birth control for nominal cost or free.
My complaint was about "Nurse" thinking that somehow that people protesting the abortions performed at Planned Parenthood on Genesee St are somehow worse than the thing that occurs inside that same building.
They have a Constitutional right to protest and according to a rather dubious ruling from the Supreme Court the Constitution gives the right to Planned Parenthood to operate an abortuary.
I think that in the future society will see abortion in the same way we view how uncivilized indentured servitude and debtor's prison was in the past.
It is uncivilized to consider an innocent life as a burden to be done away with because it is inconvenient. Destroyed as if it were a lame farm animal that was of no use and too much trouble to care for.
As I said earlier I do not want to see abortion made illegal but I would like to see Margret Sanger's barbarity assigned to the dustbin of history.
And with it the cavalier disregard for life that abortion proponents seem to have.
You protestors do not have a right to interfere with me exercising my rights. You do not have the right to shove your opinions down my throat. Get over it,abortion is legal,and it should be a woman's choice to have one or not. As a male,and a father,I trust my daughters to make the right decision for themselves.Who are you to demand how they live their lives? Really,explain why they have to do it your way. And don't just say "its wrong" or "its murder"... Tell me why you have the right to make her decisions for her.
hank hill

New York, NY

#29 Dec 24, 2012
nurse wrote:
<quoted text>my point was that the protestors block the entry way and at times make it hard to people to enter the building. The people who protest there also don't believe in birth control of any kind, However being to the same group that covers up child molestion cases. The unborn children won't suffer the lifelong mental anguish that these children face.
I guess now we know exactly WHY they're against abortion! You make good points, I'm officially a fan.
hank hill

New York, NY

#30 Dec 24, 2012
KY WELLER wrote:
<quoted text>You protestors do not have a right to interfere with me exercising my rights. You do not have the right to shove your opinions down my throat. Get over it,abortion is legal,and it should be a woman's choice to have one or not. As a male,and a father,I trust my daughters to make the right decision for themselves.Who are you to demand how they live their lives? Really,explain why they have to do it your way. And don't just say "its wrong" or "its murder"... Tell me why you have the right to make her decisions for her.
I think this is the people in glass houses issue. There's 2 ppl at most that have any say in an abortion. If you're not the mother or the father, it's none of your damn business. That being said, I don't think it should be a form of birth control. If you're not smart enough to use protection AND get the pill or shot, maybe you shouldn't be having sex.

KY WELLER
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#31 Dec 24, 2012
hank hill wrote:
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I think this is the people in glass houses issue. There's 2 ppl at most that have any say in an abortion. If you're not the mother or the father, it's none of your damn business. That being said, I don't think it should be a form of birth control. If you're not smart enough to use protection AND get the pill or shot, maybe you shouldn't be having sex.
Well said!
justsayin

Herkimer, NY

#32 Dec 24, 2012
Truth Dig wrote:
I agree with Nurse. Someone with nothing else better to do should go to the nearest Center for Pedophilia, a/k/a a Catholic Church, and protest. The problem is, you can't legally hold up a sign of a Catholic priest anally raping a child. Also, unlike the Invisible Jesus obsessed religous loons protesting Planned Parenthood, most people have a life.
Or, they could protest outside sexual abuse outside public schools since studies show that children are more likeley to be sexually abused in a publc school that in a church setting.
Take a look.
http://www.hofstra.edu/pdf/about/administrati...
hank hill

New York, NY

#33 Dec 24, 2012
KY WELLER wrote:
<quoted text>Well said!
Merry Christmas KY!
justsayin

Herkimer, NY

#34 Dec 24, 2012
joe wrote:
The fact of the matter is the people that stand outside planned parenthood are throwing a life away. Their own. Abortions are legal and that is never going to change, no matter who is President. These people obviously have nothing better to offer the world.
That fact that you and others don't seem to understand is that Catholics view abortion as murder. Catholics believe that the unborn child even if not viable outside the womb represents a life and a soul the God chose to exist. As an extension of that they believe that if they stand by and let abortion happen without protest then they are complicit in the murder and therefore guilty of sin themselves. You said "These people obviously have nothing better to offer the world"
For them I think it has very little to do with this world.

You can disect this answer and criticize it all you like. I offer it only as an explanation of the point of view that you either don't know or don't recognize. It is a belief. This is America. They are entitled to that belief. They are entitled to their public demonstration of that belief as long as they don't infringe on the rights of others. If they were physically preventing women from having abortions or destroying places that provide the service then they would be guilty of infringing on the rights of others because of their beliefs. They are not.

Is there anything that you believe so passionately in that you would protest for or against it? Gun rights? Worker rights? Government waste? If yes, how would you feel if someone said you were doing it because you had nothing better to offer the world?
hank hill

New York, NY

#35 Dec 24, 2012
justsayin wrote:
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That fact that you and others don't seem to understand is that Catholics view abortion as murder. Catholics believe that the unborn child even if not viable outside the womb represents a life and a soul the God chose to exist. As an extension of that they believe that if they stand by and let abortion happen without protest then they are complicit in the murder and therefore guilty of sin themselves. You said "These people obviously have nothing better to offer the world"
For them I think it has very little to do with this world.
You can disect this answer and criticize it all you like. I offer it only as an explanation of the point of view that you either don't know or don't recognize. It is a belief. This is America. They are entitled to that belief. They are entitled to their public demonstration of that belief as long as they don't infringe on the rights of others. If they were physically preventing women from having abortions or destroying places that provide the service then they would be guilty of infringing on the rights of others because of their beliefs. They are not.
Is there anything that you believe so passionately in that you would protest for or against it? Gun rights? Worker rights? Government waste? If yes, how would you feel if someone said you were doing it because you had nothing better to offer the world?
so, you said that catholics believe that its a sin to stand by and let it happen without doing something, so are they protesting because they believe its a sin on their part or because they believe its wrong? I guess it could be a combination of the two, Im just curious.

KY WELLER
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#36 Dec 24, 2012
hank hill wrote:
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Merry Christmas KY!
Same to you! I even wished Mary a Merry Christmas.
justsayin

Herkimer, NY

#37 Dec 24, 2012
hank hill wrote:
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so, you said that catholics believe that its a sin to stand by and let it happen without doing something, so are they protesting because they believe its a sin on their part or because they believe its wrong? I guess it could be a combination of the two, Im just curious.
As I said, they believe that the fetus is a life and soul pre-ordained by God to exist. They believe that abortion is murder and therefore a sin and they also believe that if they stand by and allow abortion to happen without protest then they are accomplices in that same sin. So the simple answer is that for Catholics both are sins.

If two people commit a robbery and in course of that robbery one of them commits a murder, they are both tried and can be found guilty of the murder. It's like that. I believe that happened with Officer Corr.
hank hill

New York, NY

#38 Dec 24, 2012
KY WELLER wrote:
<quoted text>Same to you! I even wished Mary a Merry Christmas.
I havent ran into any of her comments or I would. It is the season of giving to the less fortunate...if thats not her I dont know who is.
hank hill

New York, NY

#39 Dec 24, 2012
justsayin wrote:
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As I said, they believe that the fetus is a life and soul pre-ordained by God to exist. They believe that abortion is murder and therefore a sin and they also believe that if they stand by and allow abortion to happen without protest then they are accomplices in that same sin. So the simple answer is that for Catholics both are sins.
If two people commit a robbery and in course of that robbery one of them commits a murder, they are both tried and can be found guilty of the murder. It's like that. I believe that happened with Officer Corr.
thanks

KY WELLER
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#40 Dec 25, 2012
justsayin wrote:
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As I said, they believe that the fetus is a life and soul pre-ordained by God to exist. They believe that abortion is murder and therefore a sin and they also believe that if they stand by and allow abortion to happen without protest then they are accomplices in that same sin. So the simple answer is that for Catholics both are sins.
If two people commit a robbery and in course of that robbery one of them commits a murder, they are both tried and can be found guilty of the murder. It's like that. I believe that happened with Officer Corr.
They do not have the right to expect everyone to live by their religion's rules.
justsayin

Herkimer, NY

#42 Dec 26, 2012
KY WELLER wrote:
<quoted text>They do not have the right to expect everyone to live by their religion's rules.
No one said they do. They do have the right to protest and left their point of view be known though as long as they don't break any laws or infringe on anyone's rights.

There is some irony in what you said. Catholic schools sprung up because Catholics immigrants believed that "They(government at all levels in the US) do not have the right to expect everyone to live by their religion's rules" just like you said. They had a problem with the use of the King James (Protestant) version of the bible used in the public schools. The practice of using the Protestant bible and Protestant version of religion in public schools lasted into the 1950's.

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