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#295982 May 14, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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If you put a 12 gauge shotgun up to someones head, and pull the trigger. "By the way, for you strick word game folks, lets just say the gun is loaded, with a "live " round, which means it has gun powder, wadding, and lead or some other type of projectile, sealed up in what is usualy called a shot gun shell, which can be purchased many places, in a normal box of 25, unless it is slugs, in which normal would be a box of five " :):):)
Any who -when the gun goes off, and takes out half the brain, the person will be dead, before he or she comes to rest.
Their heart does NOT continue to beat.
LIKE TERRIES DID.
SHE WAS KEPT AWAY FROM WHAT WE MUST HAVE IN ORDER TO LIVE.
Terri Schiavo didn't have a shotgun taken to her head you stupid fukwit. THere's a whole lot of people in the world who are brain dead, but who are being kept alive via A machine as terri was, or machines plural, as others are.

Nothing was kept from Terri Schiavo, she'd died many years before and was being kept alive artifically. When those machines were removed, she died and went to G-d NATURALLY, as she should have many years before.

I find it amusing that those of you that claim to care about your g-d so much, are so TERRIFIED of the idea of going to him.

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#295983 May 14, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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May I ask you if cpeter told you what was going on in his mind at that time, would you believe him?
Would you consider reading the book "proof of Heaven ", that was written by a Nero surgeon who went into a coma for a long time, and is back to his old life, with a new way of thinking?
His book has been soundly debunked by many. Here's just one

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm...

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#295984 May 14, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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Well Katie, again you and others are trying to portray her parents as evil folks, but her hubby doing the right thing.
THEY WERE HER PARENTS.
I'm not saying it was easy on any of them, but I could write the same about Hellen Keller.
She ate, and drank, but prob like an animal.
She wasn't aware of much and couldn't comunicate with anyone.
If terrie wasn't in any pain, as many on here suggest, then why did it matter, if nothing else her parents still had her there.
Again a judge chose what would happen to others lives.
What part of "it wasn't ABOUT HER PARENTS" do you not grasp you stupid thing?
Spooner

Canton, MS

#295985 May 14, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
You are aware that thereially because we don't have to spend asmuch time evolve like gorillas or from gorillas; where proto-gorillas adapted by becoming bigger, proto-humans evolved by using their brains--size wasn't required.
One of the problems inherent in adapting via size is that, the larger one grows, the more food it requires. Humans are more successful than gorillas partially because we don't have to spend as much time foraging. The more important factor is that we are smart enough to avoid or outwit gorillas.
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we are smart enough to keep them in a cage, so we can avoid them.

If you think you could outwit a gorilla, you need to challenge one.
Fence in a couple of wooded acres for a week or so, insert gorilla, insert you, and let the best man, and mans daddy win.

The word outwit will have a whole new meaning to you.

This is how you counter creationism ? Laughable.
Katie

Auburn, WA

#295986 May 14, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Good ol' coach ivac!
The hospital should have been watching you more carefully--coming out of a coma is a time of great confusion for a patient.
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Heh! Coach Ivac seemed to always make noise :)

Agreed. It was middle of the night, they probably thought I wouldn't stir. Their solution was to restrain my wrists to the handrails. Loosely, though. Ahh the good ol' days!

Did manage to prove 'em all wrong and walk on my own. Can't skate like I used to, but *can* skate, so that's a bonus :D
Katie

Auburn, WA

#295987 May 14, 2013
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
<quoted text>Good point!
It's a good point she's been ignoring over a year now, Foo. I'll keep making it, reminding her she is no different if she was to allow her daughter to die instead of receiving a life-saving abortion.
rosesz

San Jose, CA

#295988 May 14, 2013
Katie wrote:
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Heh! Coach Ivac seemed to always make noise :)
Agreed. It was middle of the night, they probably thought I wouldn't stir. Their solution was to restrain my wrists to the handrails. Loosely, though. Ahh the good ol' days!
Did manage to prove 'em all wrong and walk on my own. Can't skate like I used to, but *can* skate, so that's a bonus :D
Not to to be intricate..but in that bad a condition had you had a Cath and did they take it out?? And horrid about the restraints..
rosesz

San Jose, CA

#295989 May 14, 2013
Katie wrote:
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It's a good point she's been ignoring over a year now, Foo. I'll keep making it, reminding her she is no different if she was to allow her daughter to die instead of receiving a life-saving abortion.
????
worships reality

New York, NY

#295990 May 14, 2013
sasssylicious wrote:
<quoted text>No dear, being found "not guilty" does not equate to "innocent".
((Rolls eyes)))
of course it doesn't.

pay no attention to this nut. it's the same fool that didn't know the difference between a colon and a semi colon, but was going to educate us all on punctuation anyway.

after that humiliating failure maybe she wants to educate us all on the law now.

http://www.oregoncriminalattorney.com/Crimina...
Katie

Auburn, WA

#295991 May 14, 2013
rosesz wrote:
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Not to to be intricate..but in that bad a condition had you had a Cath and did they take it out?? And horrid about the restraints..
Cath, yes. Out, yes.

Well, it was better than what I'd seen at work with my psych nurse gramma....
Katie

Auburn, WA

#295992 May 14, 2013
rosesz wrote:
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????
Old hypothetical where SassyJM assured everyone she would rather her daughter die than obtain a life-saving abortion. You can get the gist of it in the post to which Foo responded.
worships reality

New York, NY

#295994 May 14, 2013
Bit-O-Honey wrote:
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Yes, he was found NOT GUILTY, which in our country, equates with INNOCENT in the eyes of the law.
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Yes, we can say that in the eyes of the law, upon which the charges were brought, he was found NOT GUILTY, therefore he was INNOCENT of those charges.
it does not equate at all.

"The distinction between not guilty and innocent is not a semantic quibble; it goes to the fundamental principles of our criminal-justice system."

http://articles.philly.com/2011-07-07/news/29...

do some research on the law. that is, after you've done some research on punctuation.
Did he do OTHER things that may have been illegal? Who knows? YOU dont, that's for sure.
of course i don't. and neither do you. which is why neither of us can say definitively that he did nothing illegal, which was after all, the original point.
worships reality

New York, NY

#295995 May 14, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Yes, because you can't prove he did anything to the contrary.
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no you cannot. if it was proven then he'd have been found guilty.

he was found not guilty. he was not found innocent.

one cannot state definitively that anyone is is innocent of illegal activity based on a not guilty verdict.

the level of your ignorance is astounding.

http://www.oregoncriminalattorney.com/Crimina...
rosesz

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#295996 May 14, 2013
Katie wrote:
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Old hypothetical where SassyJM assured everyone she would rather her daughter die than obtain a life-saving abortion. You can get the gist of it in the post to which Foo responded.
Oh think I remember something like that..

Well imo in a life threatening condition ones daughter would go to a hospital..unless an ectopic pregnancy..which definitely has to be surgically removed..are usually late term..so they either use total bed rest or try to deliver..sometimes mom or baby dies..but the docs are trying to SAVE lives..they don't go to clinics..my daughter and hubby would definitely be at that hospital!!!!! God forbid..

I think I said said that a long time ago..can't remember the answers..Guess I will find out..But this is NOT AN ELECTIVE ABORTION..

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#295997 May 14, 2013
Just as an off topic aside, just an example of a classy way that a school district shot down a whackjob extremist parent that wanted to ban "Diary of Anne Frank" as being 'pornographic'.

http://thinkprogress.org/alyssa/2013/05/14/20...

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#295998 May 14, 2013
worships reality wrote:
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no you cannot. if it was proven then he'd have been found guilty.
he was found not guilty. he was not found innocent.
one cannot state definitively that anyone is is innocent of illegal activity based on a not guilty verdict.
the level of your ignorance is astounding.
http://www.oregoncriminalattorney.com/Crimina...
Again, in our country, there is a PRESUMPTION OF INNOCENCE unless proven guilty. Nuff said.

But by all means, please do keep obsessing about it. Its gives us all a good laugh at your expence.
Katie

Auburn, WA

#295999 May 14, 2013
rosesz wrote:
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Oh think I remember something like that..
Well imo in a life threatening condition ones daughter would go to a hospital..unless an ectopic pregnancy..which definitely has to be surgically removed..are usually late term..so they either use total bed rest or try to deliver..sometimes mom or baby dies..but the docs are trying to SAVE lives..they don't go to clinics..my daughter and hubby would definitely be at that hospital!!!!! God forbid..
I think I said said that a long time ago..can't remember the answers..Guess I will find out..But this is NOT AN ELECTIVE ABORTION..
I don't want to split hairs with you. However, in reality, any surgical procedure is elective since you have to give permission to have it. Even under emergency situations. Even if you're unconscious. Someone has to sign for it.

Also, realistically speaking, the majority of abortions happen at 8 weeks gestation. Those would probably be the "elective" abortions you refer to... the ones some are trying to criminalize.

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#296000 May 14, 2013
rosesz wrote:
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????
The Skank has repeatedly said she'd rather her child die than have a live saving abortion. The irony in her insistance that a stranger, who was brain dead, who's husband was fighting for HER wishes to be carried out - in direct opposition to the political football her fk'd up parents tried to turn her into, is astounding. Particularly since she clearly doesn't know shit about the case.
grumpy

Stony Point, NY

#296001 May 14, 2013
Spooner wrote:
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we are smart enough to keep them in a cage, so we can avoid them.
If you think you could outwit a gorilla, you need to challenge one.
Fence in a couple of wooded acres for a week or so, insert gorilla, insert you, and let the best man, and mans daddy win.
The word outwit will have a whole new meaning to you.
This is how you counter creationism ? Laughable.
You made an "and" instruction where there should have been an "or". You must have come from a not so big bang.

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#296002 May 14, 2013
rosesz wrote:
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Oh think I remember something like that..
Well imo in a life threatening condition ones daughter would go to a hospital..unless an ectopic pregnancy..which definitely has to be surgically removed..are usually late term..so they either use total bed rest or try to deliver..sometimes mom or baby dies..but the docs are trying to SAVE lives..they don't go to clinics..my daughter and hubby would definitely be at that hospital!!!!! God forbid..
I think I said said that a long time ago..can't remember the answers..Guess I will find out..But this is NOT AN ELECTIVE ABORTION..
Actually, it sort of is, or certainly CAN be. A woman has the right to refuse that medical treatment and allow herself to die. Does it happen? I'm sure it has sometime, somewhere, but it certainly IS elective, and it IS effectively an abortion - the pregnancy is terminated.

Yeah, that teasing a fine hair, but it is the facts.

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