Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

There are 315193 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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“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#312946 Oct 9, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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You want truth????
Stop quoting any man, and simply call on God, from a real heart. You and Him both will know the difference.
You "can" find truth if you truly want it, or spend your life with trivial matters, such as appendixes.
I've already found truth, and no I have not called on "any man" to find it.

You are the one who keeps focusing on the trivial here.
Ocean56

AOL

#312948 Oct 9, 2013
VoteVets Org wrote:
1. So you don't see the slightest thing intrinsically moral or immoral about it? It depends solely on the individual's circumstances? 2. So if my circumstances dictated that I used it as my only method of birth control and went down to the clinic on more than a yearly basis to expunge my little "nuisance", you'd have no issue with that?
1. Yes. EACH woman has the legal and moral right to decide for HERSELF whether or not to continue a pregnancy. What part of "not YOUR pregnancy, not your decision" is too hard for you to understand?

2. Do you really know any woman who has an abortion "on more than a yearly basis?" That last question was rather absurd.
feces for jesus

Brooklyn, NY

#312950 Oct 9, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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Sorry, but the appendix was your point in proving evolution. When you were given an answer, you didn't like it, becouse the answer is contrary to what you seek.
Youre just too closed minded to have an honest, rational debate, jonny.
feces for jesus

Thiells, NY

#312951 Oct 9, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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What you and many fail to realize, is the bible has places where it's "mans view "on the earth and things, and Gods view.
Many try and use the sun and moon. Whenever the moon is mentioned, the sun is as well. Petty things used to hold on to ones own beliefs.
It always goes back to what if you're wrong?
If I'm wrong about God, then so what?
If you and others are wrong, then what?:(
"If I'm wrong about God, then so what?
If you and others are wrong, then what?"

So what?!

Get back us to when you are capable of keeping an open mind
Ink

Havertown, PA

#312952 Oct 9, 2013
Bitner wrote:
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It's not even a ritual. It's a way some people do their rituals.
If Ink had the wit to pay attention, she'd have noticed the many times I've had to explain that we're a family Coven, and don't DO skyclad. But, she doesn't.
Who needs the chilblains, or sunburn, or mosquito bites? LOL.
Then why do they call it The Great Rite if nobody does it and it isn't important?
Ink

Havertown, PA

#312953 Oct 9, 2013
AyakaNeo wrote:
<quoted text>It doesn't make any difference, the Bible suggests the earth is square as much as it suggests the earth is round. That's my point. Did you feel the breeze going right over your head?
If we are talking about the four corners of the earth today and we do use that phrase, are we talking about a square world?
Ink

Havertown, PA

#312954 Oct 9, 2013
not a playa1965 wrote:
<quoted text>addendum: their own beliefs....in any given deity, the worship of which involves the threat of the deity's punishment, offered to others for not adhering to said deity's 'rules'.
Our legislators are not gods. They are servants. They should behave accordingly. JMO.
I was just thinking about that in regard to Obamacare. Obama does think he is a god and if his subjects don't buy health insurance then they will be punished with paying 1% of their income.
Ink

Havertown, PA

#312955 Oct 9, 2013
Long Night Moon 13 wrote:
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I guess Ink isn't the bible expert she seems to think she is...lol.
I never claimed to be a Bible expert. I am far from it but I do know that verse means that the clay is pressed to create an impression where some of the clay stands out like hills and valleys like the folds of a garment.
Ink

Havertown, PA

#312956 Oct 9, 2013
Long Night Moon 13 wrote:
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Again...I guess Ink is not the bible expert she seems to think she is.
Have you ever heard the term 'the four corners of the earth' any place other than the bible? I have and I didn't think it meant the earth was square.
Ink

Havertown, PA

#312957 Oct 9, 2013
Long Night Moon 13 wrote:
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What an ignorant statement. Now you're sounding like Knut.
So was her statement calling me an extremist. I admit ignorance of Wiccan rites and rituals. If she doesn't practice "The Great Rite' I believe her.
Ink

Havertown, PA

#312958 Oct 9, 2013
Long Night Moon 13 wrote:
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Bitner has taken plenty abuse from you so-called Christians with all Knut's and NR's cruel fat remarks and the rest of you making your ignorant Wiccan insults...and here you whine about being called an extremist?
You know Ink, you can be a real bitch on here sometimes, and if that comment makes you whine all the more...I don't care. It's sickening how you supposed Christians go on about all your Jesus bullshit out one side of your mouths and then you run people down every chance you get out of the other side of your mouths...and then you have the nerve to act like crybabies and complain about everyone else being insulting or bigots. Oh boo hoo hoo you poor poor Christians, but you don't mind acting like snarky bitches when it suits you though.
I have a lot of patience with Bitner and her name calling. Every post to me is insulting but I usually don't answer back in kind. She has to expect at some point, a human being, even a Christian will fight back and her calling me an extremist was too much.
Ink

Havertown, PA

#312960 Oct 9, 2013
Long Night Moon 13 wrote:
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"I believe..."
So does that make your interpretations right and everyone elses wrong?
That is the opinion of people far more learned than you and I.

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#312961 Oct 9, 2013
Ink wrote:
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Then why do they call it The Great Rite if nobody does it and it isn't important?
Dancing naked in the moonlight is not called the Great Rite.
Ink

Havertown, PA

#312963 Oct 9, 2013
Bitner wrote:
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Dancing naked in the moonlight is not called the Great Rite.
I know
pagan-network.org

I must admit that I can't for the life of me understand why people who don't want to practice Wicca as it's described in the standard books on Wicca (Gardner, Farrar, et al) call themselves Wiccan. And so I can't for the life of me understand why there's a great objection among some to the Great Rite -- or, come to that, working skyclad. But, whatever one's view, I do think it sad that people who profess an interest in Wicca are unable to conceive of a sacred rite which includes sex: that, after all, is one of the MOST sacred acts.

Farrer and Farrer are a little prim on this point, it has to be said. In traditional Wicca, the participants in the Great Rite do NOT have to be married/handfasted/already having sex with each other; if that were the case, then the third degree proper would very rarely be taken. But the Rite has to be between a priestess and priest who are acting AS the Goddess and God -- i.e,, it really isn't a rite to be conducted by anyone who doesn't know what they're doing -- which is why it's usually reserved for initiates of the third degree. Perhaps it's also worth mentioning that one of the reasons Wicca was not found to be particularly friendly to homosexual women and men is that it insists on the actual polarity of female and male within rites (even when the Great Rite is NOT being enacted there is a raising of power).

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#312964 Oct 9, 2013
Ink wrote:
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I know
pagan-network.org
I must admit that I can't for the life of me understand why people who don't want to practice Wicca as it's described in the standard books on Wicca (Gardner, Farrar, et al) call themselves Wiccan. And so I can't for the life of me understand why there's a great objection among some to the Great Rite -- or, come to that, working skyclad. But, whatever one's view, I do think it sad that people who profess an interest in Wicca are unable to conceive of a sacred rite which includes sex: that, after all, is one of the MOST sacred acts.
Farrer and Farrer are a little prim on this point, it has to be said. In traditional Wicca, the participants in the Great Rite do NOT have to be married/handfasted/already having sex with each other; if that were the case, then the third degree proper would very rarely be taken. But the Rite has to be between a priestess and priest who are acting AS the Goddess and God -- i.e,, it really isn't a rite to be conducted by anyone who doesn't know what they're doing -- which is why it's usually reserved for initiates of the third degree. Perhaps it's also worth mentioning that one of the reasons Wicca was not found to be particularly friendly to homosexual women and men is that it insists on the actual polarity of female and male within rites (even when the Great Rite is NOT being enacted there is a raising of power).
We were talking about dancing naked in the moonlight, not the Great Rite.
X Xtian

Niantic, CT

#312965 Oct 9, 2013
There's nothing worse than a Catholic. They're the most brainwashed bubbleheads walking around free in society. Catholics stink of self-importance but what is really funny about Catholics is while they're bloviating about how right they are about everything and telling other people how wrong they are the Catholics make huge fools of themselves because they have no clue how utterly stupid their Catholic rhetoric really is. If the parish priest says "suckamycock" the bleeting sheep chant "how hard?!".

There is just nothing worse than having to listen to Catholics bloviate about their stupidass rhetoric. Catholics are just about the most ignorant of all the Christians and beleieve me the Christians in general are all a pretty low IQ crowd!!

Just look at the idjit Christards that bloviate and embarass themselves on here every day!!
Ink

Havertown, PA

#312967 Oct 9, 2013
Bitner wrote:
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We were talking about dancing naked in the moonlight, not the Great Rite.
I had the wrong rite.

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|Report Abuse |Judge it!|#312861 Yesterday
Bitner wrote:
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Ink cherry picks. All extremists do.
You dance around naked in the moonlight and have actual or imitated sexual acts as some religious rite and I am the extremist?
X Xtian

Niantic, CT

#312968 Oct 9, 2013
Ink wrote:
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I know
pagan-network.org
I must admit that I can't for the life of me understand why people who don't want to practice Wicca as it's described in the standard books on Wicca (Gardner, Farrar, et al) call themselves Wiccan. And so I can't for the life of me understand why there's a great objection among some to the Great Rite -- or, come to that, working skyclad. But, whatever one's view, I do think it sad that people who profess an interest in Wicca are unable to conceive of a sacred rite which includes sex: that, after all, is one of the MOST sacred acts.
Farrer and Farrer are a little prim on this point, it has to be said. In traditional Wicca, the participants in the Great Rite do NOT have to be married/handfasted/already having sex with each other; if that were the case, then the third degree proper would very rarely be taken. But the Rite has to be between a priestess and priest who are acting AS the Goddess and God -- i.e,, it really isn't a rite to be conducted by anyone who doesn't know what they're doing -- which is why it's usually reserved for initiates of the third degree. Perhaps it's also worth mentioning that one of the reasons Wicca was not found to be particularly friendly to homosexual women and men is that it insists on the actual polarity of female and male within rites (even when the Great Rite is NOT being enacted there is a raising of power).
I can't for the life of me understand why gullible fools like the Catholics sit in their churches every week and slurp up all the rubbish they're being told. When P.T. Barnum said "there's a sucka born every second" he must've been talking about those idjit catholics.
X Xtian

Niantic, CT

#312969 Oct 9, 2013
Bitner wrote:
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We were talking about dancing naked in the moonlight, not the Great Rite.
Ink tried dancing naked in the moonlight but her sagging, pendjulant, mammaries kept swinging up and smacking her across the face! It was worse for the rest of her town because they all ended up blinded for life!
X Xtian

Niantic, CT

#312970 Oct 9, 2013
LineDazzle wrote:
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We will decide what is talked about, bitch.
I know you are ignoring me, but I am aware that you see my posts, and I am in the background.
Hey! I didn't tell you to stop licking my package! Get back down on your knees bich!!

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