Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

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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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Her brutality and mean spirit needs to be called out.
ROFLMAO As if YOU think you're better?@@ Okay you idiot cockroach.

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So? I don't believe in his religion either. Neither one of you have any proof to offer.
Exactly. The only "proof" available is in biblical scripture, and going by THAT, he simply didn't meet the criteria.

That's if you think he even existed. PErsonally, I dont believe he did.

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Again that's not right. Christianity is all about love for God, fellow man and forgiveness.
Well you certainly fail at that.

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An idiot,
You're a liar. As usual.

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You can guess whatever you want, but Foo offered an argument well supported by scripture (which is relevant to a Bible based debate) and you cannot seem to counter it. So tell us then, did Jesus fulfill the scriptural/biblical criteria to be the Messiah?
Never mind the evasions and deflections and prove your assertion that Jesus is the Messiah. Prove her wrong...if you can.
She wont address this directely. She can't. None of them can.

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So who did you call a "sad cockroach"?
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"You are a sad cockroach."
As always you totally miss the point. YOU are the one complaining about being called names and yet you do it, too. You just try to justify when YOU do it.
Almost all of us get called names on here but only you spend so much time playing the victim about it. And then you do it, too.
Hypocrite.
Exactly, and thank you!

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And here you manage to slip an insult in while your claiming "Mea Culpa".
Hypocrite.
The dumb bitch is good at only one thing: showing her hypocrisy.

And interestingly, she seems PROUD of being a hypocrite.
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So who did you call a "sad cockroach"?
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"You are a sad cockroach."
As always you totally miss the point. YOU are the one complaining about being called names and yet you do it, too. You just try to justify when YOU do it.
Almost all of us get called names on here but only you spend so much time playing the victim about it. And then you do it, too.
Hypocrite.
Maybe you missed the point. This was the conversation that caused me to call her a cockroach. You gave me all your attributes a few posts ago. How does such a good hearted person feel about her response to me?

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My grandson was born at 20 weeks. He was still born but I guarantee you that he was every bit a human being.
His name was Julian. Maybe if your held a child like that in your arms, you wouldn't be so hardassed.

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No, it really wasn't a "human being". It was a dead fetus that you named in memory of the human being he MIGHT have become. You aren't holding a 20 week fetus 'in your arms' either, its 6 inches long.

This is harsh, but factual. Maybe if you were more realistic, you wouldn't be such a dumbass.
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<quoted text>Exactly. The only "proof" available is in biblical scripture, and going by THAT, he simply didn't meet the criteria.
That's if you think he even existed. PErsonally, I dont believe he did.
All you have to go on is bible scripture too.and LNM doesn't believe bible scripture.

“Reality is better than truth.”

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Well, you know, they speak directly for god...
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Exactly. Militant religionists like Gtown seem to have this weird notion that prochoicers are -- or should be -- intimidated by what anti-choicers think. Then they get really pissed off when prochoicers make it clear to them that we couldn't care LESS what anti-choicers think, much less be intimidated by it.

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My scripture says He did.
Your scripture is written to ignore the parts of the bible you dont like.
Is there one thing in particular that you don't believe H fullfilled?
None of it.

He must be a direct male descendant of King David and King Solomon, his son - "And when your days (David) are fulfilled, and you shall sleep with your fathers, I will set up your seed after you, who shall issue from your bowels, and I will establish his kingdom. He shall build a house for my name, and I will make firm the throne of his kingdom forever..." (2 Samuel 7:12 - 13)
The genealogy of the New Testament is inconsistent. While it gives two accounts of the genealogy of Joseph, it states clearly that he is not the biological father of Jesus. One of the genealogies is through Nathan and not Solomon altogether!

He didn't meet this criteria.

He must gather the Jewish people from exile and return them to Israel -"And he shall set up a banner for the nations, and shall assemble the outcasts of Israel, and gather together the dispersed of Judah from the four corners of the earth." (Isaiah 11:12)
Are all Jews living in Israel? Have all Jews EVER lived in Israel since the time of Jesus?

He must rebuild the Temple in Jerusalem - "...and I will set my sanctuary in their midst forever and my tabernacle shall be with them.." (Ezekiel 37:26 - 27)

At last check, there is NO Temple in Jerusalem. And worse, it was shortly after Jesus died that the Temple was DESTROYED! Just the opposite of this prophecy!

He will rule at a time when all people will come to acknowledge and serve one G-d - "And it shall come to pass that from one new moon to another and from one Sabbath to another, shall all flesh come to worship before Me, says the L-rd" (Isaiah 66:23)

There are still millions if not billions of people in the world today who adhere to paganistic and polytheistic religions. It is clear that we have not yet seen this period of human history unfold.

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He will rule at a time when the Jewish people will observe G-d's commandments - "My servant David shall be king over them; and they shall all have one shepherd. They shall follow My ordinances and be careful to observe My statutes." (Ezekiel 37:24)

The Torah is the Jewish guide to life, and its commandments are the ones referred to here. Do all Jews observe all the commandments? Christianity, in fact, often discourages observance of the commandments in Torah, in complete opposition to this prophecy.

All of these criteria are best stated in the book of Ezekiel Chapter 37 verses 24-28:

And David my servant shall be king over them; and they shall all have one shepherd. they shall also follow My judgments and observe My statutes, and do them. And they shall dwell in the land that I have given to Yaakov my servant, in which your fathers have dwelt and they shall dwell there, they and their children, and their children's children forever; and my servant David shall be their prince forever. Moreover, I will make a covenant of peace with them, it shall be an everlasting covenant with them, which I will give them; and I will multiply them and I will set my sanctuary in the midst of them forevermore. And my tabernacle shall be with them: and I will be their G-d and they will be my people. Then the nations shall know that I am the L-rd who sanctifies Israel, when My sanctuary will be in the midst of them forevermore.

If an individual fails to fulfill even one of these conditions, then he cannot be "The Messiah." A careful analysis of these criteria shows us that to date, no one has fulfilled every condition.

Certainly NOT Jesus.

There ya go Inkstain. Refute it if you can.
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Long Night Moon 13 wrote:
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You can guess whatever you want, but Foo offered an argument well supported by scripture (which is relevant to a Bible based debate) and you cannot seem to counter it. So tell us then, did Jesus fulfill the scriptural/biblical criteria to be the Messiah?
Never mind the evasions and deflections and prove your assertion that Jesus is the Messiah. Prove her wrong...if you can.
Thought you didn't believe scripture so how can you say she proved what you don't believe or did you suddenly become a believer of Jewish scripture. Talk about silly.
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You are talking about two different Herods, father and son.
http://billpetro.com/history-of-herod-antipas
The son wasn't a king, even according to this guy Petro.
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The dumb bitch is good at only one thing: showing her hypocrisy.
And interestingly, she seems PROUD of being a hypocrite.
I use you for practice keeping my temper in tow. Sometimes I fail but I'm back on my feet and can easily tolerate you again.

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The herod referred to in the slaughter of the innocents is clearly herod the great, who died 4 years before your jesus was supposedly born. His son wasn't involved with the jesus story, only john the baptist's.
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You are talking about two different Herods, father and son.
http://billpetro.com/history-of-herod-antipas

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Maybe you missed the point.
No Inkstain, as usual, YOU miss the point. Deliberately.

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All you have to go on is bible scripture too.and LNM doesn't believe bible scripture.
YOU asked for proof, I provided it.

Apparantly you cant refute it, so you're trying to deflect as usual.

You're a failure at that too.

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Thought you didn't believe scripture so how can you say she proved what you don't believe or did you suddenly become a believer of Jewish scripture. Talk about silly.
AGAIN, you cam't provide ANYTHING. You asked for proof, and you got it.

Now refute it if you can.

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Another Gosnell patient, Davida Johnson, noted in an Associated Press article that she intended to go to Planned Parenthood for an abortion procedure, but was scared away by anti-abortion protesters picketing outside the clinic. An acquaintance suggested she go to Gosnell, where protesters (ironically) were not an issue.
Evidence suggests that a number of factors influenced a woman's decision to seek care at Gosnell's clinic: Medicaid's refusal to provide insurance coverage for most abortions; the scarcity of abortion providers in Pennsylvania (and across the nation); the fear of violence perpetrated by protestors at clinics, and the right-wing culture that has so stigmatized abortion that many think it is still illegal 40 years after Roe v. Wade.
There shouldn't have been a Gosnell's "clinic" to go to.

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