Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

There are 330946 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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“Blessed Be”

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#267236 Dec 1, 2012
lil Lily wrote:
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I misspoke. I apologize.
See how easy that was? That's what people do when they misspeak. They acknowledge it [to the person] they misspoke about when that person is here, and the one who misspoke apologizes for having said something that was incorrect.
Oh, so NOW it's because you "misspoke"? You told ME it was because it was SO OBVIOUS that NR "meant" to say treatment, which would mean you did it deliberately. Which is it? Did you misspeak, or did you do it deliberately? Which is the lie?

It was ALSO a lie when you told her that SHE said cure, when in fact the word she used was treatment. My, my.

Now, are you the same person who used to post here on Topix under the screen names of LynneD and Persevere?

“Dan IS the Man”

Since: May 12

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#267237 Dec 1, 2012
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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So what? So is mine, and she gave me that link.
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Wow. You're not only fk'ed in the head in a MAJOR way, you're a raging bigot as well. Shocker.
Normal folks in a multi-cultural or multi-faith relationship, will raise their children teaching them both faiths, and trust the child to make the decision for themselves as G-d speaks to them - or not.
And that's how it SHOULD be.
THANK G-D, people with families of various faiths dont think there's ONLY one way to G-d. They know better, and steer clear from boobs like you.
These fundies have an extemely narrow view of things. They look at life through a veil of self-righteous fundie arrogance.

My husband is a Christian with an unshakable belief in God. Both my daughters believe in God also, and we can talk about our differing viewpoints without any problem because they don't walk around thinking their beliefs are right and everyone else is going to burn in hell and all that arrogant fundie nonsense. They don't talk about "evil" or say other religious beliefs are wrong. They have Christian beliefs but they don't act like the Christians own God and truth. We all accept that nobody knows for absolute certain what's true and what's real when it comes to God and all those questions. We accept that what people believe or don't believe is personal for everyone.

My husband believes in Heaven and thinks he'll see his parents there and I tell him I truly hope so. He thinks his mother "talks" to him and I tell him I'm sure she does, because he could be right, but even if he just thinks she does, so what? It makes him happy and that's all that matters. To him it's real, and that's all that matters. He doesn't go around telling everyone else what to believe or that what he thinks is based on fact. He doesn't care what other people believe because he knows that's for them to decide.
feces for jesus

East Meadow, NY

#267238 Dec 1, 2012
lil Lily wrote:
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I always have proof to back my claims.

http://www.topix.com/forum/us/T833PCEP80MM49O...
224944

You fool me not wrote:
"Where is [LadiLulu]/Dodo/Kenosis/Ocean5 6/ F**** for Jesus/IronScab/BabesRus?
She is not hiding under another pseudonym again, is she?
LOL!"

[First name mentioned was Ladilulu]

feces for jesus/ladilulu//BabiesRus wrote

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"I am right here, you crybaby hypocrite. You are scum and nothing more.
The others can address you themselves."
??????????

"feces for jesus/ladilulu//BabiesRus wrote
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"I am right here, you crybaby hypocrite. You are scum and nothing more.
The others can address you themselves."

??????????

Here is the original post.
feces for jesus wrote:
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I am right here, you crybaby hypocrite. You are scum and nothing more.
The others can address you themselves.
Thanks for changing my post back in March and adding two names that weren't there to try and "prove" your bs claim. That you try to lie about it now shows that:

1. You have no idea what proof is
2. You are entirely full of feces

“Dan IS the Man”

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#267239 Dec 1, 2012
sassyliciouus wrote:
<quoted text> Sweetie...you simply can't raise a child to believe that they have a Savior Jesus Christ who was born on Christmas morning then tell them that they don't have a savior Jesus Christ without totally confusing the hell out of them.
But..please do explain how that worked with your child having lesbians for mothers who have different religions (one Jewish, one Christian).
In our house we're all well aware that the birth date of Jesus is actually unknown. We celebrate the holiday of Christmas in terms of celebrating giving and generosity, striving to think of others and taking time from busy lives to slow down and do more with our family. We also take time to tell "remember when..." stories about our deceased family and, yes, I like the festive lights, decorated trees and planning a really nice Christmas dinner.

Anyone I know who wants to celebrate the birth of Christ does just that, because this is a free country and we can celebrate any way we want.

I'm an atheist and I celebrate Christmas for MY reasons.

“Dan IS the Man”

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#267240 Dec 1, 2012
Bitner wrote:
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You're missing the point. A child can be taught the beliefs of both religions, and then they make up their own minds. That is the point. Many people are raised that way. I know a woman who was raised by a Baptist mother, and a Buddhist father. She was not confused at all. I taught my children about Wicca, but also what other religions believe, and left the choice up to them. They were also not confused.
By the way, no one actually believes the real date was December 25th anymore. That's just when it's celebrated.
Sassy is getting hung up on the "they make up their own minds" part.

“Blessed Be”

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#267241 Dec 1, 2012
Long Night Moon 13 wrote:
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Sassy is getting hung up on the "they make up their own minds" part.
Apparently so.

She'd really have a fit at my house, then, where in addition to Yule and Ostara, we would celebrate Christmas and Easter with my parents who would come to visit. My Dad still comes down every December, celebrates Yule with us (he doesn't stay up all night for the vigil, but he gets up to go with us to the beach and watch the sun rise), and then we celebrate on the 25th with him. Of course, it helps that the decorations are pretty much the same for both. After all, the church incorporated many of the symbols and colors the Pagans already used in order to make them more willing to "convert" :)

And not once have the kids ever been "confused" by this. No more than they were "confused" about Santa (that jolly old Elf), the Easter Bunny (bunnies being one symbol of the Goddess Eostre :), the Tooth Fairy. They were told what we believe, and what other religions believe, and they were told that what they believed would always be up to them to decide. I guess one reason it's so hard for Sassy to understand, is that her religion teaches absolutes, while others may teach that there are many ways to see the Divine, and they don't understand that myths were created as tools to teach underlying concepts, and are not meant to be taken literally.

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#267242 Dec 1, 2012
lil Lily wrote:
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Just like a spontaneous abortion is a different "cause of death" than an induced abortion and is defined differently medically.
Uh no. Medically, a miscarriage is an abortion. The difference between the two's cause of death would simply read "induced" or "theraputic" vs "spontanious" (or missed, threatened, inevitable, incomplete, complete, habitual or etc) ABORTION.

http://www.wmedicine.com/what-are-the-types-o...

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#267243 Dec 1, 2012
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text>LLL has never defended that statement, has she? I don't recall her ever addressing questions about it. She's a hypocrite. Good thing nothing she says matters, anyway.
She claimed she was talking initially about a hypothetical, so it didn't count. Never MIND that her claim to KNOW somone that was "born in a PVS" was NOT a hypothetical and in fact was a flat out lie.

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#267244 Dec 1, 2012
Long Night Moon 13 wrote:
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In our house we're all well aware that the birth date of Jesus is actually unknown. We celebrate the holiday of Christmas in terms of celebrating giving and generosity, striving to think of others and taking time from busy lives to slow down and do more with our family. We also take time to tell "remember when..." stories about our deceased family and, yes, I like the festive lights, decorated trees and planning a really nice Christmas dinner.
Anyone I know who wants to celebrate the birth of Christ does just that, because this is a free country and we can celebrate any way we want.
I'm an atheist and I celebrate Christmas for MY reasons.
Yeah, I should have elaborated on that. I'm pretty sure most normal Chrisitans know that Jesus, IF he existed at all, wasn't born on December 25th LOL

Since: Sep 08

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#267245 Dec 1, 2012
Bitner wrote:
<quoted text> You're missing the point. A child can be taught the beliefs of both religions, and then they make up their own minds. That is the point. Many people are raised that way. I know a woman who was raised by a Baptist mother, and a Buddhist father. She was not confused at all. I taught my children about Wicca, but also what other religions believe, and left the choice up to them. They were also not confused.
By the way, no one actually believes the real date was December 25th anymore. That's just when it's celebrated.
Skanky doesn't believe in education. She believes in INDOCTRINATION.

Much like she and her kind can't allow for women to be educated and make their own MEDICAL choices (it has to be forced on them) they think children - and adults for that matter - cant find their own way's to G-d if they so choose.
No Relativism

Chicago, IL

#267246 Dec 1, 2012
sassyliciouus wrote:
<quoted text> Sweetie...you simply can't raise a child to believe that they have a Savior Jesus Christ who was born on Christmas morning then tell them that they don't have a savior Jesus Christ without totally confusing the hell out of them.
But..please do explain how that worked with your child having lesbians for mothers who have different religions (one Jewish, one Christian).
Foo & her Same-sex partner worship at the altar of the almighty orgasm. They bow to secularism & the culture of death. That is what their adopted daughter learned. She was taught neither true Judaism nor authentic Christianity. Especially not by example.
________

Foo: "to hell with the embryo or fetus."

Foo: "If its GOING TO DIE, if that's a known and forgone conclusion? They yes,'rip him apart, crush his skull, squich his beating heart'"

http://www.topix.com/forum/news/abortion/T833...

Since: Sep 08

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#267247 Dec 1, 2012
Bitner wrote:
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Apparently so.
She'd really have a fit at my house, then, where in addition to Yule and Ostara, we would celebrate Christmas and Easter with my parents who would come to visit. My Dad still comes down every December, celebrates Yule with us (he doesn't stay up all night for the vigil, but he gets up to go with us to the beach and watch the sun rise), and then we celebrate on the 25th with him. Of course, it helps that the decorations are pretty much the same for both. After all, the church incorporated many of the symbols and colors the Pagans already used in order to make them more willing to "convert" :)
And not once have the kids ever been "confused" by this. No more than they were "confused" about Santa (that jolly old Elf), the Easter Bunny (bunnies being one symbol of the Goddess Eostre :), the Tooth Fairy. They were told what we believe, and what other religions believe, and they were told that what they believed would always be up to them to decide. I guess one reason it's so hard for Sassy to understand, is that her religion teaches absolutes, while others may teach that there are many ways to see the Divine, and they don't understand that myths were created as tools to teach underlying concepts, and are not meant to be taken literally.
Children that are taught to THINK know to ask questions if they're confused. That way, they're taught to REASON as well.

Skanky and her ilk can't have children thinking or reasoning things out for themselves, G-D FORBID!! <<tic>> @@

I never realised how big a bigot the Skank really is before this little enlightening tete `a tete.

Since: Sep 08

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#267248 Dec 1, 2012
Long Night Moon 13 wrote:
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Sassy is getting hung up on the "they make up their own minds" part.
Yup. Can't have THAT! No sir!!
No Relativism

Chicago, IL

#267249 Dec 1, 2012
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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Uh no. Medically, a miscarriage is an abortion. The difference between the two's cause of death would simply read "induced" or "theraputic" vs "spontanious" (or missed, threatened, inevitable, incomplete, complete, habitual or etc) ABORTION.
http://www.wmedicine.com/what-are-the-types-o...
Foo: Medically, a miscarriage is an abortion. The difference between the two's cause of death would simply read "induced" or "theraputic" vs "spontanious"
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"Simply"?

Grandma's death would SIMPLY say "died of natural causes" or "had her head blown off by a twelve gauge shot gun."
No Relativism

Chicago, IL

#267250 Dec 1, 2012
Foo to Sassy: Animals are worth MUCH MORE than your kind are.
http://www.topix.com/forum/news/abortion/T833...
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Again, Foo's example did not teach her adopted daughter Judaism. She taught her daughter how to hate.
No Relativism

Chicago, IL

#267251 Dec 1, 2012
Foo to Sassy: Now if I had to save my cat or you? Hands down, the cat ANY day. Wouldnt even have to give it a second thought.

http://www.topix.com/forum/news/abortion/T833...
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Judaism?
No Relativism

Chicago, IL

#267252 Dec 1, 2012
"Your grandma wasn't proud. She knew the best part of you ran down your mama's sperm donors leg. Pity she didn't have the ability to abort. She wouldn't be proud of you." - Foo to NR

http://www.topix.com/forum/news/abortion/T833...
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Did somebody say Judaism?

Since: Jun 08

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#267253 Dec 1, 2012
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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Uh no. Medically, a miscarriage is an abortion. The difference between the two's cause of death would simply read "induced" or "theraputic" vs "spontanious" (or missed, threatened, inevitable, incomplete, complete, habitual or etc) ABORTION.
http://www.wmedicine.com/what-are-the-types-o...
The woman doesn't know what she's talking about. She once wrote that she has read her relatives' medical charts (bullshit) so she thinks she knows how abortions of all types are charted. Pure horseshit, unbelievably stupid crap that comes out of that chick. But I'm supposed to take her seriously... LOL.
No Relativism

Chicago, IL

#267254 Dec 1, 2012
So now a uterus is a "death chamber" huh?@@ Pity your grandmothers wasn't.- Foo to NR

http://www.topix.com/forum/news/abortion/T833...
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Knock, knock.

Who's there?

NOt Judaism.
No Relativism

Chicago, IL

#267255 Dec 1, 2012
I dont expect better from a dropout who was drinking and drugging as you were when you bothered to be IN school and not schtupping your druggie pedophile BF.- Foo

http://www.topix.com/forum/news/abortion/T833...

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^^^ That's what Foo taught her foster-turned-adopted daughter.^^^

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