Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

There are 345517 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

#275803 Jan 10, 2013
Katie wrote:
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Here's where those fools who want to see Roe v Wade overturned get the facts handed to them.
Roe v Wade protects women from having either pregnancy or abortion forced upon them.
If by chance Roe were to be overturned, you would see overpopulation like in China and the gov't would then be able to swoop in and determine how many babies individual women were allowed to have.
Roe v Wade protects women's civil rights to bodily autonomy and personal privacy. Nobody can legally force a woman to abort a pregnancy against her will. Nobody can legally force a woman to remain pregnant against her will.
And yesterday, you were discussing outlawing abortion. Of which, the majority happen during the 7-8wk gestational period. Something the size of a Tic Tac takes more precedence in your brain than a grown woman or even a half-grown teen girl. And you'd be willing to toss women's rights away and chance future generations being like China with a one-child policy.
But you claim to love babies...?
:|
Katie VDS: If by chance Roe were to be overturned, you would see overpopulation

^^^ Katie & abortion as form of population control ^^^

Katie VDS: "Roe v Wade protects women's civil rights to bodily autonomy and personal privacy."

What about your granddaughter's rights when you convinced her mom (your daughter) to kill her by abortion? You left her out of the conversation. Again.
No Relativism

Chicago, IL

#275804 Jan 10, 2013
Katie wrote:
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Excellent point, AJ.
I cry when I read about how hard he fought. How he came be-bopping in from outside and saw his drowned siblings lined up on the bed. How he ran and fought after he was caught. How he fought in the bathtub. And all because his mother believed the crap she was being spoonfed in the name of religion. Her husband played a bigger part in her breakdown, but has never been held accountable for it. That's more injustice, imo.
Katie Van der Sloot: "I cry when I read about how hard he fought."

Do you cry when you think about how hard your granddaughter fought to move away from the deadly sharp curette?

You empty, cold, feelingless narcissist.
Katie

Seattle, WA

#275805 Jan 10, 2013
zef wrote:
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You were discussung shooting people in the head not having anything to do with women's rights. Now you say my link of a woman threatening to shoot me in the head because she disagrees with me has nothing to do with what you were discussing. How does a women saying she has the right to shoot me in the head, because she doesn't agree with me, not have anything to do with you saying shooting people in the head has nothing to do with women's rights?
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http://www.topix.com/forum/news/abortion/TCBA...
How you get to the above "comparison" from a conversation hinting at how some PL responded to the news of the tragedy in Newtown, CT is a mystery. Perhaps even a mystery to you.

I made no comparison whatsoever.
No Relativism

Chicago, IL

#275806 Jan 10, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
YOU'RE the one obsessed with kathwynn and male/male anal sex. You think of the latter more than I do.
<quoted text>
Kathy does seem gay.
zef

Los Angeles, CA

#275807 Jan 10, 2013
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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Who says we HAVE to have an opinion on it. Its simply none of ANYONE'S business, like ANY medical decision of this nature.
Human rights violations are everyones business, even if human rights violations are medical decisions.
Unethical medical experimentation carried out during the Third Reich may be divided into three categories. The first category consists of experiments aimed at facilitating the survival of Axis military personnel. In Dachau, physicians from the German air force and from the German Experimental Institution for Aviation conducted high-altitude experiments, using a low-pressure chamber, to determine the maximum altitude from which crews of damaged aircraft could parachute to safety. Scientists there carried out so-called freezing experiments using prisoners to find an effective treatment for hypothermia. They also used prisoners to test various methods of making seawater potable.
The second category of experimentation aimed at developing and testing pharmaceuticals and treatment methods for injuries and illnesses which German military and occupation personnel encountered in the field. At the German concentration camps of Sachsenhausen, Dachau, Natzweiler, Buchenwald, and Neuengamme, scientists tested immunization compounds and sera for the prevention and treatment of contagious diseases, including malaria, typhus, tuberculosis, typhoid fever, yellow fever, and infectious hepatitis. The Ravensbrueck camp was the site of bone-grafting experiments and experiments to test the efficacy of newly developed sulfa (sulfanilamide) drugs. At Natzweiler and Sachsenhausen, prisoners were subjected to phosgene and mustard gas in order to test possible antidotes.
The third category of medical experimentation sought to advance the racial and ideological tenets of the Nazi worldview. The most infamous were the experiments of Josef Mengele at Auschwitz. Mengele conducted medical experiments on twins. He also directed serological experiments on Roma (Gypsies), as did Werner Fischer at Sachsenhausen, in order to determine how different "races" withstood various contagious diseases. The research of August Hirt at Strasbourg University also intended to establish "Jewish racial inferiority."
Other gruesome experiments meant to further Nazi racial goals were a series of sterilization experiments, undertaken primarily at Auschwitz and Ravensbrueck. There, scientists tested a number of methods in their effort to develop an efficient and inexpensive procedure for the mass sterilization of Jews, Roma, and other groups Nazi leaders considered to be racially or genetically undesirable.
Katie

Seattle, WA

#275808 Jan 10, 2013
No Relativism wrote:
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Katie VDS: If by chance Roe were to be overturned, you would see overpopulation
^^^ Katie & abortion as form of population control ^^^
Katie VDS: "Roe v Wade protects women's civil rights to bodily autonomy and personal privacy."
What about your granddaughter's rights when you convinced her mom (your daughter) to kill her by abortion? You left her out of the conversation. Again.
Your reading comprehension sucks.
Out loud.
Katie

Seattle, WA

#275809 Jan 10, 2013
No Relativism wrote:
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Katie Van der Sloot: "I cry when I read about how hard he fought."
Do you cry when you think about how hard your granddaughter fought to move away from the deadly sharp curette?
You empty, cold, feelingless narcissist.
Wow. More abortion porn from you, NR.
You're good for something.
I guess.
Katie

Seattle, WA

#275810 Jan 10, 2013
zef wrote:
<quoted text>Putting your sexist slurs and personal attacks, which have nothing to with the subject, aside. All young people lack sentience untill a certain level of maturity. How can a characteristic that all young people have not be normal for young people? Bigot
All young children lack an awareness and perspective? All?
You believe this nonsense but call me a bigot?
You're NR's long lost twin.
zef

Los Angeles, CA

#275811 Jan 10, 2013
Katie wrote:
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How you get to the above "comparison" from a conversation hinting at how some PL responded to the news of the tragedy in Newtown, CT is a mystery. Perhaps even a mystery to you.
I made no comparison whatsoever.
You refer to "the tragedy in Newtown, CT". Which was people being shot in head. And how a PL responded to that. I link a post of a PC responding to a PL post, by threatening to shoot the PL in the head. And you see no comparison?

Since: Jun 08

Location hidden

#275812 Jan 10, 2013
Ink wrote:
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No one asked anyone if they had a gender selection abortion. They asked your opinion on the subject.
No, I've never had an abortion based on gender selection and I wouldn't have an abortion on that basis. If I did, however, it would be my business and no one else's.
No Relativism

Chicago, IL

#275813 Jan 10, 2013
Bitner wrote:
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Then you lack empathy for the very real fear and pain Yates' children suffered.
A fetus who can't feel pain, and is not even aware of it's own exitstence to feel fear, is never the same as a child who can.
You've proven yourself to me to be just another fetus worshipper who cares more about the unborn than the born.
Bhitler: "A fetus who can't feel pain, and is not even aware of it's own exitstence to feel fear, is never the same as a child who can."

Pain is subjective. Do you know when the baby is aware of itself? Regardless, you exploit their temporary weaknesses to the point of death. Coward.

The baby wants to live. Even extinctually s/he realizes she is supposed to live...& will try to move from the murder weapon.

You puff out your fat gut thinking you're so "tough" and "in control" of defenseless human beings because they can't speak for themselves.....or withstand the evil force of a sharp curette, forcep, toxic chemical, suction, etc.

You're not tough. Your a fat pig who bullies innocents to death.

It turns out that YOU are the weakling....the one thing you were trying to avoid becoming......

........dumbass..........
No Relativism

Chicago, IL

#275814 Jan 10, 2013
Ocean56 wrote:
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That's your stupid and backward BELIEF, NoRelevance, which doesn't make it fact. Furthermore, it's not YOUR call. The ONLY person who decides to get or stay pregnant is the WOMAN.
Motherhood is an OPTION, not a requirement, no matter how much that fact pisses you off. Women can REJECT motherhood if some decide they don't want the hardships and responsibilities it involves. Personally, I'm very grateful for the reliable contraception that has kept me pregnancy-FREE for the last 15+ years. I so love NOT being pregnant.
You overreact and make an ass out of yourself...often.

What I said was accurate on all accounts.

It is through pregnancy that mankind procreates. You exhibiting a hissy fit makes you look uneducated, & moronish.

Take two deep breaths before you type.

Idiot.
Tom Tom

Allentown, PA

#275815 Jan 10, 2013
Conservative Democrat wrote:
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Yes we do.
Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S. 113 (1973); McDonald v. City of Chicago, 561 U.S. 3025 (2010).
If you still disagree, then you can cite the case, statute, or section of the U.S. Code that says "[n]o one has the right to kill anybody, anywhere."
Get the corn cob out of your a$$ zef. This is not Utopia; it's the United States of America, and in the U.S.A., we have a right to kill.
You arereally into the "corn cob in the azz" thing, aren't you?
No Relativism

Chicago, IL

#275816 Jan 10, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
It's not a fu**ing child; it's a fetus, and the PLM can go to hell.
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cHisLittlePeter: It's not a fu**ing child; it's a fetus, and the PLM can go to hell

Katie said it's okay for us to refer to the boy or girl in utero as a "baby".

Take it up with her.
test

Columbus, OH

#275817 Jan 10, 2013
LIer wrote:
Wow! No posts? I would've thought this one would be a "web-buster".
best
No Relativism

Chicago, IL

#275818 Jan 10, 2013
Katie wrote:
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So you think, "What is important to note is that you AGREE that "calling fetuses in general 'a useless was of cells' is belittling to anyone[,]" I am agreeing? Is that your final answer? Last chance here.
(and duly noted you didn't answer wtf you're talking about a dead aborted granddaughter)
Katie: When I posted, "No, I don't think calling fetuses in general 'a useless wad of cells' is belittling to anyone" I was agreeing?

Um. Yes.

You were agreeing that "calling fetuses in general 'a useless was of cells' is belittling to anyone."

Dumb question.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#275819 Jan 10, 2013
My mother had two miscarriages and had one child die a month after birth. Se said the two weren't even comparable. A miscarriage is a disappointment; the death of a born child is devastating
Gtown71 wrote:
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I would think that a woman would mourn either, but would also think the death of a five year old would be far worse.
I was just curious, if they would consider it a baby, if it died in the womb?
Atleast you tried to answer the question.
Tom Tom

Allentown, PA

#275820 Jan 10, 2013
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text>If a 21year old wanted to date my 15 year old, I would wipe the floor with the perv.
But you would take your 15 year old to kill her unborn baby. Is that sick?

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#275821 Jan 10, 2013
Pregnancy is not an alien process, but neither is it obligatory.
bman wrote:
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Actually he (or she) is right on this one. Pregnancy is meant for creation. It's how you, I and everyone else on the planet exists because of pregnancy. If you disagree please amuse me and explain how else humans are created. The stork? I guess pro-"choice" people can't hide the fact that they THEMSELVES were the fetus in the womb. It's true my friend, you didn't just show up and appear, you and your biological mother had to go through the 9 months of pregnancy. If it was her body, then I guess you were once a bodypart or something? Sounds kind of outlandish my friend.
No Relativism

Chicago, IL

#275822 Jan 10, 2013
Conservative Democrat wrote:
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Not true. You're totally out in left field with your f*cked up argument.
CD: You're totally out in left field with your f*cked up argument.

I was so out in left field that you didn't provide even ONE rebuttle.

Not one.

Derp.

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