Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

There are 311489 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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“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#285093 Feb 19, 2013
Just keep droolin', granny.
Guppy wrote:
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Oh no! Do you really think so?
There are more than two gays here? Are you trying to tell me something, Elise?
Isn't it strange that when women become gay, they become more masculine. And when men become gay, they become more feminine? So odd.
The Prince

Allentown, PA

#285094 Feb 19, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
You don't have any imagination at all; you must be a real bum lay. I can bring a guy to climax without touching him below the waist.
<quoted text>
Oh stop it Vladdy, now you are just bullshiting. You said yourself you are a bottom. You think you have some magic gay touch? What a crock of shat.
The Prince

Allentown, PA

#285095 Feb 19, 2013
Bitner wrote:
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Since the earliest gospel was written between 65 and 75 A.D., no, spreading it does not go "back as far as 33 A.D.".
Spreading the beliefs of the religion made sense when the religion was new, and the only form of real communication was word of mouth taken from place to place. Do you REALLY think anyone here, utilizing the internet, hasn't heard of Christianity, and doesn't know what it's about?
What point telling people something they already know, or have access to the knowledge if they want to learn it?
Do you ever read your own words? Darn, you are dumb. Just plain dumb.
The Prince

Allentown, PA

#285096 Feb 19, 2013
Eddie M wrote:
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Remember years ago when you posted under the name Wise One and ranted about religious zealots? And you would come back as Ignorance is Bliss and agree with yourself?
Times sure do change.
You drank sonme bad pagan wisdon juice at the last skyclad my friend. I have no idea what the Hell you are talking about.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#285097 Feb 19, 2013
Ypou can believe any religious claptrap you want, but you don't get to rape the english language. That which occurs in nature--biologically, botanically, etc--is by definition natural.

BTW--that cat is putting a sickly or dying kitten out of its misery, not hunting for food. And during the brief period
of time that would occur, the mother cat is still weak from delivery--and no predator lets protein go to waste. Humans are not predators and thus this would not be a common or innate trait. However, there have been incidents of ritualistic cannibalism throughout our history--a learned behavior.
Gtown71 wrote:
<quoted text>
Just becouse it happens in nature does NOT mean it is natural.
Homosexuals want to take a very few times when some wild animal behaves like it is gay, as if it is natural. It is not.
No more, then a mother cat who kills her young, and then eats it.
If looking into the lives of any wild animal as an example of who humans are, is crazy, or humans killing their young and eating them would be natural.
Well, we've got the killing part down pat.
The Prince

Allentown, PA

#285099 Feb 19, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
<quoted text>
First, do you believe sto is right about these verses?
He says these verses are saying that abortion is ok and God even helps in the process under these conditions, so have you read them, and do you agree with him?
Then I will show you plainly where God is against abortion.
You may have to be gentle with this one. She has a persecution complex and thinks people are "after her". She is a virulent proabortion pagaqn. However, she is very slow. Not very bright. She is something like a mascot for the pagans on here.

Just know she will never understand your words and pray for her.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#285102 Feb 19, 2013
In other words, you can't do it, you illiterate jackanape.
The Prince wrote:
<quoted text>
Sadly, neither you nor the other pagans would understand that which you do not have. You need only knock on the door and it is yours.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#285103 Feb 19, 2013
I just know what I'm doing. If you'd ever brought another person to climax, you'd understand.
The Prince wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh stop it Vladdy, now you are just bullshiting. You said yourself you are a bottom. You think you have some magic gay touch? What a crock of shat.
zach

Phoenix, AZ

#285104 Feb 19, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
You don't have any imagination at all; you must be a real bum lay. I can bring a guy to climax without touching him below the waist.
<quoted text>
I love gorgeous women...sweet nice do anything for you types....nothing at all wrong with that...while you prefer crusty old men bending over for you wanting a tool shoved in there and vice versa you sick homo....you need help severely you idiot.....
Gtown71

United States

#285105 Feb 20, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Sorry, but I tend to look at the details. There was no reason to put the demons in the pigs to begin with...unless he was trying to make deviled ham.
If anything, it just shows he was a cruel man.
<quoted text>
You think Jesus was a cruel man, becouse He set a crazy man free, and pigs died, yet you see no problem whatsoever with the killing of live humans by the thousands just today, and again tmrw, and the next day.

You wonder why some folks view your ways of thinking, as waaay off???
Gtown71

United States

#285106 Feb 20, 2013
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text>I know a few Jesus'. Not one of them has taken a bullet for me. If one does, I most certainly will say nice things about him. I have a wonderful dad. Wouldn't trade his for anything.
I was speaking spiritualy, but I am glad to know you still have you physical dad!!
Although my life has had it's good points. I've saved lots of money on B -day and other gifts :)
Gtown71

United States

#285107 Feb 20, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Ypou can believe any religious claptrap you want, but you don't get to rape the english language. That which occurs in nature--biologically, botanically, etc--is by definition natural.
BTW--that cat is putting a sickly or dying kitten out of its misery, not hunting for food. And during the brief period
of time that would occur, the mother cat is still weak from delivery--and no predator lets protein go to waste. Humans are not predators and thus this would not be a common or innate trait. However, there have been incidents of ritualistic cannibalism throughout our history--a learned behavior.
<quoted text>
Well you're right I can and will believe.
As the old song goes I love Him, becouse He first loved me.

That cannot be any truer, then in my case.

If you remember? No? Ok lol I tell you again -I was an atheist that was woken up at 1:30 am, and when I yeilded to God, He saved my soul.

The thing is, there is no way I can't not believe, and if you want to see things in nature to validate your life, then you may.

Plus I really can "rape " the english language pretty well.

PS -everything that happens in a science lab, is not scientific either.
Gtown71

United States

#285108 Feb 20, 2013
The Prince wrote:
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You may have to be gentle with this one. She has a persecution complex and thinks people are "after her". She is a virulent proabortion pagaqn. However, she is very slow. Not very bright. She is something like a mascot for the pagans on here.
Just know she will never understand your words and pray for her.
Your last sentence says it all.
I wished I didn't feel so compelled at times. I know they do as well. Lol
If nothing else, I can be an example for what not to do, after they get saved. If they get saved.
Forum

Lovington, NM

#285109 Feb 20, 2013
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
<quoted text>ROFLMAO Israel is not a monarchy. There is no "king" in Israel, and your Jesus would certainly NOT be "king" of a Jewish country.
There is too much that exists that we do not know about God.
The Bible teaches us so much but no one listens.
We are on a time machine where he is waiting for us to
acknowledge that he exists. No one cares.
He is God.
Ocean56

AOL

#285110 Feb 20, 2013
SapphireBlue wrote:
If there were more women using PP to prevent pregnancy instead of aborting the consequences after the fact, I would be all for taxpayer funding of PP.
There are no no guarantees in life. We have to live with every choice we make. Sometimes it means owing up to those choices and doing the right thing.
Young women have the option of adoption. That would be the right thing.
You don't get to decide what is "right" for anyone but yourself. EACH young woman will make the decision that is best for HER. Whether YOU approve of that decision or not is irrelevant.

Motherhood is still OPTIONAL, not required, even if a pregnancy happens. Don't like it? Tough.
Ocean56

AOL

#285111 Feb 20, 2013
SapphireBlue wrote:
It was Margaret Sanger who first introduced eugenics and abortion as an option in the U.S. primarily because of her observations of unwanted children in the black community and to "assist the race toward the elimination of the unfit."
Just a fact.
I thought you should read some of what Sanger HERSELF wrote. Here are a few quotes from her book WOMAN AND THE NEW RACE.

**********

Woman and the New Race, by Margaret Sanger, 1920

http://www.questia.com/library/1461039/woman-...


1. "Most women who belong to the workers' families have no accurate or reliable knowledge of contraceptives, and are, therefore, bringing children into the world so rapidly that they, their families and their class are overwhelmed with numbers."

2. "The deadly chain of misery is all too plain to anyone who takes the trouble to observe it. A woman of the working class marries and with her husband lives in a degree of comfort upon his earnings. Her household duties are not beyond her strength. Then the children begin to come -- one, two, three, four, possibly five or more. The earnings of the husband do not increase as the family rapidly does. Food, clothing and general comfort in the home grow less as the numbers of the family increase. The woman's work grows heavier, and her strength is less with each child. Possibly -- probably -- she has to go into a factory to add to her husband's earnings. There she toils, doing her housework at night. Her health goes, and the crowded conditions and lack of necessities in the home help to bring about disease -- especially tuberculosis. Under the circumstances, the woman's chances of recovering from each succeeding childbirth grow less. Less too are the chances of the child's surviving."

3. "As far back as 1900, I began to inquire of my associates what one could tell these worried women who asked constantly:'What can I do?' It is the voice of the elemental urge of woman -- it has always been there; and whether we have heeded it or neglected it, we have always heard it. Out of this cry came the birth control movement. Economic conditions have naturally made this elemental need more plain; sometimes they have lent a more desperate to woman's cry for freedom.... But the birth control movement as a movement for woman's basic freedom was born of that unceasing cry of the socially repressed, spiritually stifled woman who is constantly demanding:'what can I do to avoid more children?'

After a year's study in foreign countries for the purpose of supplementing the knowledge gained in my fourteen years as a nurse, I came back to the United States determined to open a clinic. I had decided that there could be no better way of demonstrating to the public the necessity of birth control and the welcome it would receive than by taking the knowledge of contraceptive methods directly to those who most needed it."
Gtown71

United States

#285112 Feb 20, 2013
Ocean56 wrote:
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I thought you should read some of what Sanger HERSELF wrote. Here are a few quotes from her book WOMAN AND THE NEW RACE.
**********
Woman and the New Race, by Margaret Sanger, 1920
http://www.questia.com/library/1461039/woman-...
1. "Most women who belong to the workers' families have no accurate or reliable knowledge of contraceptives, and are, therefore, bringing children into the world so rapidly that they, their families and their class are overwhelmed with numbers."
2. "The deadly chain of misery is all too plain to anyone who takes the trouble to observe it. A woman of the working class marries and with her husband lives in a degree of comfort upon his earnings. Her household duties are not beyond her strength. Then the children begin to come -- one, two, three, four, possibly five or more. The earnings of the husband do not increase as the family rapidly does. Food, clothing and general comfort in the home grow less as the numbers of the family increase. The woman's work grows heavier, and her strength is less with each child. Possibly -- probably -- she has to go into a factory to add to her husband's earnings. There she toils, doing her housework at night. Her health goes, and the crowded conditions and lack of necessities in the home help to bring about disease -- especially tuberculosis. Under the circumstances, the woman's chances of recovering from each succeeding childbirth grow less. Less too are the chances of the child's surviving."
3. "As far back as 1900, I began to inquire of my associates what one could tell these worried women who asked constantly:'What can I do?' It is the voice of the elemental urge of woman -- it has always been there; and whether we have heeded it or neglected it, we have always heard it. Out of this cry came the birth control movement. Economic conditions have naturally made this elemental need more plain; sometimes they have lent a more desperate to woman's cry for freedom.... But the birth control movement as a movement for woman's basic freedom was born of that unceasing cry of the socially repressed, spiritually stifled woman who is constantly demanding:'what can I do to avoid more children?'
After a year's study in foreign countries for the purpose of supplementing the knowledge gained in my fourteen years as a nurse, I came back to the United States determined to open a clinic. I had decided that there could be no better way of demonstrating to the public the necessity of birth control and the welcome it would receive than by taking the knowledge of contraceptive methods directly to those who most needed it."
After I was saved, the size of my home bothered me, knowing how many used to raise many kids in a one or two room home.
Theu didn't have anything fancy, or a secound vac. Home, but they did have a large family, which can be a blessing at times.

As kids get older, they were taught to help out with chores and younger kids.

They may have had hard times, but they did have love, and many God that held them together.

We now have way more prosperity,then ever, yet it seems most families that are even still together are cold and distant.

Everyone does "their " own thing now.
Most will not even consider helping another, unless something is in it for them.

Our society is not getting better, but worse.
Abortions help contribute to this kind of society.

There is not much value on human life, but the same people who will fight tooth and nail to keep abortion alive and well on human babies, will throw you in jail, if you dare do a dog that way.

Whether folks believe in God or not, doesn't matter, if we don't wake up to what we are doing. He Will wake us up.
Forum

Lovington, NM

#285113 Feb 20, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
<quoted text>
You think Jesus was a cruel man, because He set a crazy man free, and pigs died, yet you see no problem whatsoever with the killing of live humans by the thousands just today, and again tmrw, and the next day.
You wonder why some folks view your ways of thinking, as waaay off???
Cain slew his brother Abel. Instead of wanting to try
to please God, he preferred to kill his brother.

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#285114 Feb 20, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
<quoted text>
Just becouse it happens in nature does NOT mean it is natural.
Homosexuals want to take a very few times when some wild animal behaves like it is gay, as if it is natural. It is not.
No more, then a mother cat who kills her young, and then eats it.
If looking into the lives of any wild animal as an example of who humans are, is crazy, or humans killing their young and eating them would be natural.
Well, we've got the killing part down pat.
And now you're trying to back away from your own stupidity.

Sorry, but it being found in nature does make it natural. You wanting to deny that means nothing.

"very few times"? LOL, you're lies are amusing, no more.

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#285115 Feb 20, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
<quoted text>
First, do you believe sto is right about these verses?
He says these verses are saying that abortion is ok and God even helps in the process under these conditions, so have you read them, and do you agree with him?
Then I will show you plainly where God is against abortion.
LOL, you're stalling. You "promised" they exist. Tell me where they are.

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