Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

There are 312661 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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No Relativism

Chicago, IL

#266211 Nov 25, 2012
AyakaNeo wrote:
<quoted text>I really could care less to tell you the truth.
AyakaNewo: "I really could care less to tell you the truth."
______

There you have it, folks.

A pledge of dishonesty right from the horse's mouth.

Proaborts are all the same.

No wonder this buffoon stood behind Fabricating Foo. Aya admits being a liar, too.

Next..........

“Proud to be a Wiccan Priest”

Since: Jul 09

Jonesboro AR

#266212 Nov 25, 2012
HUSKER wrote:
<quoted text># Gandalf, the steward of all things good in the world, reflects the papacy. Gandalf is leader of the free and faithful. He is steward of all things good in the world, but he claims rule over no land. As the Popes of history di with kings and emperors of our world, so Gandalf crowns the king and blesses him to rule with justice and peace.
First nice piece of plagiarizing I did report it. Whether topix does anything will be up to them..

However, if it is as an allegory that you justify reading some very fine literature have at it. The reality is It is not.

http://www.ewtn.com/library/HUMANITY/JRRTOLK....
"Tolkien generally spurned allegory as an art form—he even professed to hating it—so it seems unlikely that his works were intentionally and fundamentally allegorical.

Indeed, in his Foreword to The Lord of the Rings instead of allegory he said

"I much prefer history, true or feigned, with its varied applicability to the thought and experience of readers. I think that may confuse "applicability" with "allegory"; but the one resides in the freedom of the reader and the other in the purposed domination of the author."

In his letters he is less emphatic, admitting that,

"…any attempt to explain the purport of myth or fairytale must use allegorical language." (And, of course, the more "life" a story has the more readily will it be susceptible of allegorical interpretations: while the better a deliberate allegory is made the more nearly will it be acceptable just as a story.)."

If we were simply to read The Lord of the Rings as an allegory we would be missing its point. Just as Jesus used parables to take us to a deeper truth, so Tolkien weaves his stories to take us ever deeper. It is like peeling off the snake’s skin as stories are revealed within his stories: each one challenging us, sensitising us, inviting us. And what is it he wants us to discover?"

“Proud to be a Wiccan Priest”

Since: Jul 09

Jonesboro AR

#266213 Nov 25, 2012
No Relativism wrote:
<quoted text>
* BUZZ *
* AGAIN *
Go back to Topix B-league.
You're making a fool out of yourself.
Again.
BZZZ Your revisionist crap still is crap.. Thanks, for playing.

You have won the sneering contempt of any one with sense.. With a good laugh at your expenses as a fool that you have shown yourself to be here.

Thanks for playing Just How Stupid Are You here and answering the question so well.

Since: Dec 09

Location hidden

#266214 Nov 25, 2012
No Relativism wrote:
<quoted text>
AyakaNewo: "I really could care less to tell you the truth."
______
There you have it, folks.
A pledge of dishonesty right from the horse's mouth.
Proaborts are all the same.
No wonder this buffoon stood behind Fabricating Foo. Aya admits being a liar, too.
Next..........
Abortion rights remain intact while you waste your time on unrelated posts made two years ago.
HUSKER

United States

#266215 Nov 25, 2012
Kathwynn wrote:
<quoted text>
First nice piece of plagiarizing I did report it. Whether topix does anything will be up to them..
However, if it is as an allegory that you justify reading some very fine literature have at it. The reality is It is not.
http://www.ewtn.com/library/HUMANITY/JRRTOLK....
"Tolkien generally spurned allegory as an art form—he even professed to hating it—so it seems unlikely that his works were intentionally and fundamentally allegorical.
Indeed, in his Foreword to The Lord of the Rings instead of allegory he said
"I much prefer history, true or feigned, with its varied applicability to the thought and experience of readers. I think that may confuse "applicability" with "allegory"; but the one resides in the freedom of the reader and the other in the purposed domination of the author."
In his letters he is less emphatic, admitting that,
"…any attempt to explain the purport of myth or fairytale must use allegorical language." (And, of course, the more "life" a story has the more readily will it be susceptible of allegorical interpretations: while the better a deliberate allegory is made the more nearly will it be acceptable just as a story.)."
If we were simply to read The Lord of the Rings as an allegory we would be missing its point. Just as Jesus used parables to take us to a deeper truth, so Tolkien weaves his stories to take us ever deeper. It is like peeling off the snake’s skin as stories are revealed within his stories: each one challenging us, sensitising us, inviting us. And what is it he wants us to discover?"
Are you taking lessons on how to be stupid from Petey? Yes you are! Tolkien was a devout Catholic and it shows in his writings.
HUSKER

United States

#266216 Nov 25, 2012
Kathwynn wrote:
<quoted text>
First nice piece of plagiarizing I did report it. Whether topix does anything will be up to them..
However, if it is as an allegory that you justify reading some very fine literature have at it. The reality is It is not.
http://www.ewtn.com/library/HUMANITY/JRRTOLK....
"Tolkien generally spurned allegory as an art form—he even professed to hating it—so it seems unlikely that his works were intentionally and fundamentally allegorical.
Indeed, in his Foreword to The Lord of the Rings instead of allegory he said
"I much prefer history, true or feigned, with its varied applicability to the thought and experience of readers. I think that may confuse "applicability" with "allegory"; but the one resides in the freedom of the reader and the other in the purposed domination of the author."
In his letters he is less emphatic, admitting that,
"…any attempt to explain the purport of myth or fairytale must use allegorical language." (And, of course, the more "life" a story has the more readily will it be susceptible of allegorical interpretations: while the better a deliberate allegory is made the more nearly will it be acceptable just as a story.)."
If we were simply to read The Lord of the Rings as an allegory we would be missing its point. Just as Jesus used parables to take us to a deeper truth, so Tolkien weaves his stories to take us ever deeper. It is like peeling off the snake’s skin as stories are revealed within his stories: each one challenging us, sensitising us, inviting us. And what is it he wants us to discover?"
You missedtheshowon EWTN explaining how Tolkien was a devout Catholic and how his faith intertwined in his stories.# Gandalf, the steward of all things good in the world, reflects the papacy. Gandalf is leader of the free and faithful. He is steward of all things good in the world, but he claims rule over no land. As the Popes of history di with kings and emperors of our world, so Gandalf crowns the king and blesses him to rule with justice and peace. SOURCE Catholicedu.com
HUSKER

United States

#266217 Nov 25, 2012
No Relativism wrote:
<quoted text>
* BUZZ *
* AGAIN *
Go back to Topix B-league.
You're making a fool out of yourself.
Again.
Foo IS googleisious

“Dan IS the Man”

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#266219 Nov 25, 2012
HUSKER wrote:
<quoted text># Gandalf, the steward of all things good in the world, reflects the papacy. Gandalf is leader of the free and faithful. He is steward of all things good in the world, but he claims rule over no land. As the Popes of history di with kings and emperors of our world, so Gandalf crowns the king and blesses him to rule with justice and peace.
Was there pedophilia in the story? I don't remember Gandalf being a corrupt pedophile denier/apologist so he can't reflect the actual papacy.

“Dan IS the Man”

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#266220 Nov 25, 2012
HUSKER wrote:
<quoted text>Oh YES SHE DOES!!!!!!!!!! And she has to have it on white dollar store brand bead.
Is that what you put your roadkill on?

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#266221 Nov 25, 2012
No Relativism wrote:
<quoted text>
I made a very accurate and concise statement: Blacks were considered 3/5 persons.
It is you who wants to mimize this fact. Either you are racist, or you like to make excuses for unjust situations.
No, you made an incomplete statement. The full statement would be that the slaves were considered 3/5ths of a person in the census, for the purpose of taxation and representation in gov't.

YOU want to pretend the truth of that is something else entirely in order to further your agenda.

You're failing.

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#266222 Nov 25, 2012
HUSKER wrote:
<quoted text>Oh YES SHE DOES!!!!!!!!!! And she has to have it on white dollar store brand bead.
Says the admitted forum liar.

You two are such shallow children.
No Relativism

Chicago, IL

#266223 Nov 25, 2012
HUSKER wrote:
<quoted text> Foo IS googleisious
HUSKER: Foo IS googleisious.

-----

Makes sense. She's made a jackass out of herself as Foo. She's too a'skeert to come in as foo.
No Relativism

Chicago, IL

#266224 Nov 25, 2012
Bitner wrote:
<quoted text>
Says the admitted forum liar.
You two are such shallow children.
"Please pass the butter."
No Relativism

Chicago, IL

#266225 Nov 25, 2012
Bitner wrote:
<quoted text>
No, you made an incomplete statement. The full statement would be that the slaves were considered 3/5ths of a person in the census, for the purpose of taxation and representation in gov't.
YOU want to pretend the truth of that is something else entirely in order to further your agenda.
You're failing.
Bitner: The full statement would be that the slaves were considered 3/5ths of a person in the census, for the purpose of taxation and representation in gov't.
__________

How does the "purpose" for considering blacks 3/5 persons mitigate that they were considered 3/5 persons.

What other legal purposes of considering blacks 3/5 persons make it offensive?

You & Johnny excuse designating blacks 3/5 persons because it was 'only' for purposes of the census.

I find that offensive.

You don't.

Racists.
No Relativism

Chicago, IL

#266226 Nov 25, 2012
AyakaNeo wrote:
<quoted text>Abortion rights remain intact while you waste your time on unrelated posts made two years ago.
I don't find it a "waste of time" to demonstrate in real-time what deceitful, lying scum you proaborts are.

When you lose credibility, your opinion is meaningless.

Hope that helps.

“Proud to be a Wiccan Priest”

Since: Jul 09

Jonesboro AR

#266227 Nov 25, 2012
HUSKER wrote:
<quoted text> Are you taking lessons on how to be stupid from Petey? Yes you are! Tolkien was a devout Catholic and it shows in his writings.
yes he was a devout catholic, but he even stated his stories are not allegories.. DERR!!

Look, knutter, by your logic any one that writes a story that religious devout and the book hits the big. It must be allegory.

By your logic Anne Rices vampire series is an allegory as she is a devout catholic. McCaffery was a devout catholic. So her Pern stories must be allegories..

The one thing all three writers have in common. All have stated their stories are just a good yarn, an a adventure yarn. Escapist fiction. Not meant to be any deeper than that.

Tolkien even wrote in his foreword that his stories were not an allegory.. How much more plain does that have to be for you to get it.

You are reading a book of fantasy. Nothing more. Nothing less.

“Proud to be a Wiccan Priest”

Since: Jul 09

Jonesboro AR

#266228 Nov 25, 2012
HUSKER wrote:
<quoted text>You missedtheshowon EWTN explaining how Tolkien was a devout Catholic and how his faith intertwined in his stories.# Gandalf, the steward of all things good in the world, reflects the papacy. Gandalf is leader of the free and faithful. He is steward of all things good in the world, but he claims rule over no land. As the Popes of history di with kings and emperors of our world, so Gandalf crowns the king and blesses him to rule with justice and peace. SOURCE Catholicedu.com
And like an fool you blew past the part where the man spurned the idea that his stories are an allegory.. Your own church website shows exactly what the man was saying at the time. Everything after that is nothing more than justifying your wanting to read a great piece of literature that is fantasy.
Katie

Tacoma, WA

#266230 Nov 25, 2012
No Relativism wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't find it a "waste of time" to demonstrate in real-time what deceitful, lying scum you proaborts are.
When you lose credibility, your opinion is meaningless.
Hope that helps.
So how's med school going?

“Proud to be a Wiccan Priest”

Since: Jul 09

Jonesboro AR

#266231 Nov 25, 2012
No Relativism wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't find it a "waste of time" to demonstrate in real-time what deceitful, lying scum you proaborts are.
When you lose credibility, your opinion is meaningless.
Hope that helps.
The only ones that are meaningless on these forums are you bigoted fool that cal themselves prolife.

You are meaningless in to a woman making a decision concerning her pregnancy.

Meaningless to any one with any common sense.

As for credibility. Your first posts were all it took to tag many you fools as not having any. if not to long after that to really understand what true creeps you were to every one.

Since: Dec 09

Location hidden

#266232 Nov 25, 2012
No Relativism wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't find it a "waste of time" to demonstrate in real-time what deceitful, lying scum you proaborts are.
When you lose credibility, your opinion is meaningless.
Hope that helps.
Really? How many precious lives were murdered today while you and other self proclaimed pro life advocates post on an abortion forum discussing a subject from 2 years ago that has nothing to do with reproduction or Roe vs. Wade?

Speaking of deceitful, credibility, and subjects off topic do you believe that Lil Lily always tells the truth?
When you lose credibility, your opinion is meaningless.
Hope that helps with your answer, a simple yes or no will do.

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