Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

There are 311496 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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Since: Sep 08

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#287999 Mar 5, 2013
worships reality wrote:
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inkstain(?) Is not wrong. the dead couple's neighbor is not the city medical examiner. the m.e. has already ruled "extreme prematurity" as the cause of death. in this case baby was not viable.
Oh bullshit. You got that out of some two-bit newspaper that got it wrong according to every other report out there. Orhodox Jews dont have autopsies - no ME would have been involved beyond a death certificate for a live birth.

At 7 months pregnant, the fetus certainly WOULD have been viable without the trauma incured.

"Isaac Abraham, a community leader in Brooklyn and a neighbor of the dead couple, confirmed the death of the baby this morning. The baby died from injuries overnight at New York's Bellevue Hospital. The baby, who weighed about 3 pounds, sustained brain and other internal injuries, Abraham said."

http://abcnews.go.com/US/suspect-hit-run-acci...

FK off you little coward.
worships reality

United States

#288000 Mar 5, 2013
Bitner wrote:
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LOL, enjoy your impotence. Don't hurt yourself by stamping your widdle feet in your tantrum.
the spin cupboard is bare, eh pusillanimous one?

i'd stamp my widdle feet if you ever answered. in the meantime I much prefer watching your cowardice play out.

Since: Sep 08

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#288001 Mar 5, 2013
Ink wrote:
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It doesn't matter why he died..
Actually it does matter you dumbass. But keep trying to twist it so it fits your agenda. You're a failure at that as well.
Ink

Philadelphia, PA

#288002 Mar 5, 2013
worships reality wrote:
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inkstain(?) Is not wrong. the dead couple's neighbor is not the city medical examiner. the m.e. has already ruled "extreme prematurity" as the cause of death. in this case baby was not viable.
That is what I also read.
No Relativism

Chicago, IL

#288003 Mar 5, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Cancer is a DAMNED good reason to remove testes, ovaries, uteri, etc. Nor is it always medical; I've seen film from auto accidents that included objects jutting out of bodies in REALLY inconvenient places.
Removing a woman's breasts against her will would be criminal, but how often does that happen?
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Your privates have probably already fallen off.

^^^ promiscuous gay men problems ^^^
Katie

Auburn, WA

#288004 Mar 5, 2013
Ink wrote:
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Because you have changed your position. Good for you.
What are you talking about?
What position do you think I've changed?
feces for bhitler

Falls City, NE

#288005 Mar 5, 2013
Bit-O-Honey wrote:
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It seems that if you're postng, you're lying. In THAT partiular instance, you were lynig when you claimed to know the religious beliefs of those that dont agree with YOUR views on abortion.
You like to make sweeping statements that would blanket everyone - but the REALIY is - they simply dont.
Oh, and you can take your "hush up" and cram it up your ass honey.
Does your mommy know you're on a forum for adults?
Wow Bhitler, your evil.
No Relativism

Chicago, IL

#288006 Mar 5, 2013
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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Actually it does matter you dumbass. But keep trying to twist it so it fits your agenda. You're a failure at that as well.
Foo-Man-Spew: "But keep trying to twist it so it fits your agenda."
__________

You mean like citing Forbes pretending it said United Way serves more needy than Catholic Charities?....only to find out all the article said was more United Way received more donation money than Catholic Charities?

Or, like comparing overnight-stay patient numbers at Catholic hospitals as a percentage of ALL patients (inpatient/outpatient)seen in U.S. hospitals?

You mean like that type of twisting "so it fits your agenda," Foo? Like that?

(Note: Both of Foo's obvious deceitful attempts were within the SAME post.)

Moron Watch

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

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#288007 Mar 5, 2013
worships reality wrote:
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the spin cupboard is bare, eh pusillanimous one?
i'd stamp my widdle feet if you ever answered. in the meantime I much prefer watching your cowardice play out.
LOL, you're a pathetic child. Enjoy your impotence.
worships reality

United States

#288008 Mar 5, 2013
Katie wrote:
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So how is that different than this, "THIS baby was not viable due to injuries sustained by his mother and him."
how is it different? did you really just ask that?
for one the medical examiner's cause of death is specifically listed as "extreme prematurity". bit-o-honey statement says non viability was caused by injuries and makes no mention of "prematurity.
two, the medical examiners cause of death makes no mention of injuries to the baby as a factor in its death. bit-o-honey statement says baby was not viable due to injuries "to him". baby was not viable due to its prematurity.
the difference is glaringly stark.
Ink

Philadelphia, PA

#288009 Mar 5, 2013
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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Oh bullshit. You got that out of some two-bit newspaper that got it wrong according to every other report out there. Orhodox Jews dont have autopsies - no ME would have been involved beyond a death certificate for a live birth.
At 7 months pregnant, the fetus certainly WOULD have been viable without the trauma incured.
"Isaac Abraham, a community leader in Brooklyn and a neighbor of the dead couple, confirmed the death of the baby this morning. The baby died from injuries overnight at New York's Bellevue Hospital. The baby, who weighed about 3 pounds, sustained brain and other internal injuries, Abraham said."
http://abcnews.go.com/US/suspect-hit-run-acci...
FK off you little coward.
You should read more than one source.

' He died of extreme prematurity, the city medical examiner's office said'.

http://www.theprovince.com/mobile/news/top-st...
Ink

Philadelphia, PA

#288011 Mar 5, 2013
Katie wrote:
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What are you talking about?
What position do you think I've changed?
This is what Katie said.

I maintain, a fetus determined to be viable who is delivered and attached to ALS, but dies anyway, was obviously not viable. It was unable to survive outside the womb.

You are calling this case a 'fetus' but now you are calling the baby born after the mother's death a 'baby'.

That's a change of mind.
Katie

Auburn, WA

#288012 Mar 5, 2013
Ink wrote:
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It's a baby from day one for me. Katy's confused.
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This is what Katie said.
I maintain, a fetus determined to be viable who is delivered and attached to ALS, but dies anyway, was obviously not viable. It was unable to survive outside the womb.
You pulled something of mine from a separate conversation regarding viability and who determines it; physicians or courts. You've attached to a story from NY about a couple who were killed in a car accident while the wife was 6mos pregnant. Baby was delivered by c-sec, but unfortunately died. He was named, circumcised, and buried. And you asked me an absurd question whether I thought he was a fetus or not. I have answered from the beginning he was a baby because he'd been born.

Yet, even today you are reposting what I said in a conversation regarding viability, "I maintain, a fetus determined to be viable who is delivered and attached to ALS, but dies anyway, was obviously not viable. It was unable to survive outside the womb."

What is your point? Why do you think I'm confused? Baby's no longer an embryo, no longer a fetus. Baby was born. What do you think I'm confused about here? And why are you obsessing on it?
Katie

Auburn, WA

#288013 Mar 5, 2013
Susanm wrote:
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How long does a baby have to live to be considered viable?
What? The conversation was about determining fetuses viable. That after baby was born, after baby was attached to ALS, baby didn't survive outside the womb after all. It didn't reach viability. The conversation was about Doc's contention with the phrase, "reaching viability".

I don't know what you, Ink, and JM think this has to do with the baby born from the fatal car accident. That baby, if there'd been no car accident, would most likely still be in utero.

So what's your guys' point? What point do you think you've made? You sound so confused to me trying to combine two separate conversations into one all while pointing your crooked fingers at me.
Ink

Philadelphia, PA

#288014 Mar 5, 2013
Katie wrote:
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You pulled something of mine from a separate conversation regarding viability and who determines it; physicians or courts. You've attached to a story from NY about a couple who were killed in a car accident while the wife was 6mos pregnant. Baby was delivered by c-sec, but unfortunately died. He was named, circumcised, and buried. And you asked me an absurd question whether I thought he was a fetus or not. I have answered from the beginning he was a baby because he'd been born.
Yet, even today you are reposting what I said in a conversation regarding viability, "I maintain, a fetus determined to be viable who is delivered and attached to ALS, but dies anyway, was obviously not viable. It was unable to survive outside the womb."
What is your point? Why do you think I'm confused? Baby's no longer an embryo, no longer a fetus. Baby was born. What do you think I'm confused about here? And why are you obsessing on it?
And yet you call the baby a fetus in you r post that I quoted. Why did you call aborn baby a fetus before?
Katie

Auburn, WA

#288015 Mar 5, 2013
Ink wrote:
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This is what Katie said.
I maintain, a fetus determined to be viable who is delivered and attached to ALS, but dies anyway, was obviously not viable. It was unable to survive outside the womb.
You are calling this case a 'fetus' but now you are calling the baby born after the mother's death a 'baby'.
That's a change of mind.
The sentence you keep quoting does that, too, goofy. Were you unable to comprehend the distinction of fetus and after its born and read it as baby? Or did you miscomprehend and assumed a fetus was born and attached to ALS, but remained a fetus??
grumpy

Stony Point, NY

#288016 Mar 5, 2013
worships reality wrote:
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inkstain(?) Is not wrong. the dead couple's neighbor is not the city medical examiner. the m.e. has already ruled "extreme prematurity" as the cause of death. in this case baby was not viable.
You're anti-choice. Would you say there was a good chance of survival outside the womb under normal circumstances?
worships reality

United States

#288017 Mar 5, 2013
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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Oh bullshit. You got that out of some two-bit newspaper that got it wrong according to every other report out there. Orhodox Jews dont have autopsies - no ME would have been involved beyond a death certificate for a live birth.
At 7 months pregnant, the fetus certainly WOULD have been viable without the trauma incured.
"Isaac Abraham, a community leader in Brooklyn and a neighbor of the dead couple, confirmed the death of the baby this morning. The baby died from injuries overnight at New York's Bellevue Hospital. The baby, who weighed about 3 pounds, sustained brain and other internal injuries, Abraham said."
http://abcnews.go.com/US/suspect-hit-run-acci...
FK off you little coward.
easy sweetheart. ever consider switching to decaff?
the ny daily news is a two bit newspaper?
you mention 'every other report out there' but all you come up with is this neighbors quote.
do you have anything else? because I can come up with numerous other sources if it's the daily news that bothers you, including the associate press:

"ellen borakove, a sppkeswoman for the city's medical examiner's office, said the baby's death was caused by extreme prematurity due to maternal blunt force injuries"
Katie

Auburn, WA

#288019 Mar 5, 2013
worships reality wrote:
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how is it different? did you really just ask that?
for one the medical examiner's cause of death is specifically listed as "extreme prematurity". bit-o-honey statement says non viability was caused by injuries and makes no mention of "prematurity.
two, the medical examiners cause of death makes no mention of injuries to the baby as a factor in its death. bit-o-honey statement says baby was not viable due to injuries "to him". baby was not viable due to its prematurity.
the difference is glaringly stark.
You use a whole of words to say nothing.

You and bit-o-honey said the same thing.

Nobody can claim the fetus didn't suffer injury prior to birth as a result of mother's fatal injuries from the car wreck. What else brought about its premature birth but the car accident and mother's injuries? Her injuries were his injuries. Without them, he'd still be in utero. And she'd still be alive.
Katie

Auburn, WA

#288020 Mar 5, 2013
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
<quoted text>She wasn't talking about a fetus that sustained injuries from blunt force trauma that killed the mother you IDIOT.
Do you practice hard to be this big a jackass?
No practice necessary.
It's a natural talent, Foo.

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