“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

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#366 Feb 26, 2013
-The-Artist- wrote:
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I favor irresponsibility being removed from the population.
Eventually a means will be invented to perform "fetal transfer" rendering abortion obsolete.
I do fear that it would lead to even more irresponsibility, which has been the result of contraception.
Then you'd still have all kinds of depraved minds saying that while a woman shouldn't be forced to carry and bear a child neither should she be forced to allow others to raise her child. That's how vile these liberals are.

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#367 Feb 26, 2013
-The-Artist- wrote:
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I favor irresponsibility being removed from the population.
Eventually a means will be invented to perform "fetal transfer" rendering abortion obsolete.
I do fear that it would lead to even more irresponsibility, which has been the result of contraception.
Do you drink during the daytime?

Are you taking any drugs to alter consciousness?

Have you ever spent time in a mental institution?

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

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#368 Feb 26, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Just an unnecessary procedure to up the cost.
A liberal crying about the cost of medical procedures for poor women! LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL!! Amazing the twists and turns you folks will resort to in an effort to protect your feminist "sacrament."

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#369 Feb 26, 2013
-The-Artist- wrote:
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Thread is about NBC
Sorry, apparently I confused it with The New Normal.

But, I guess I would have the same question about that.

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#370 Feb 26, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Are you proud of the number of tooth extractions?
Automobile accidents?
High school drop-outs?
Your question is non-sensical.
Instilling morality? Not certain you recognize what that is.
What, in the list you have above, involves a moral decision, let alone the death of an unborn child?

You may say dropping out of high school. Tough to bring that close to murder.

Bet you were good at 'dodge ball.'

Instilling morality? My parents did it by example and strictness. By not expecting any of their three daughters to come home pregnant without a husband.

How 'bout we start there?

I think that beats your approach which seems to be 'I will strive to make sure abortion is available to you as easily, cheap and comfortable as possible. There will be no ramifications or consequences for your irresponsibility and I will condone and stand by the taking of an unborn's life.'

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#371 Feb 26, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
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looks like pink paper may be short supplied for awhile.
employees do not possess the upper hand.
watch and learn yet again.
did Hostess teach you nothing?
your revolt ends badly for those revolting. It also is the same group that would be slaughtered in a class war.
what is your point?
you investing in tombstone companies?
Familiar with Haymarket?

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#372 Feb 26, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>Then you'd still have all kinds of depraved minds saying that while a woman shouldn't be forced to carry and bear a child neither should she be forced to allow others to raise her child. That's how vile these liberals are.
And they'd be suing to get their child back as soon as the baby daddy got released from prison. Of course, asking for punitive damages. And the courts would back it.

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#373 Feb 26, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Sorry, apparently I confused it with The New Normal.
But, I guess I would have the same question about that.
You know, NBC. The company that never saw a video clip of a Repub that they couldn't doctor to make him/her look bad. Lowest rated news station in the country.

“Tenured Marxist Radical”

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#374 Feb 26, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Sorry, apparently I confused it with The New Normal.
But, I guess I would have the same question about that.
I think it's gonna be canned, along with a ton of NBC shows. NBC has been beaten by Univision on some nights.

“Tenured Marxist Radical”

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#375 Feb 26, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Familiar with Haymarket?
Know what we celebrate the first Monday in September?
Marxist filth

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#376 Feb 26, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>No, it will be returned to the states, where it belongs. You lefties never want to admit to the ignorant that abortion before 1973 was legal on request in four states and legal under rape, incest, birth defects and life of the mother in 17 states.
Ah, the old divide and conquor.

And in 1973 it hadn't exactly been available for a long time, even in those four states.

But, I don't see any means by which to return it to the states without striking down Roe v Wade, and I haven't noticed anyone proposing grounds by which that might be accomplished.

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#377 Feb 26, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>A liberal crying about the cost of medical procedures for poor women! LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL!! Amazing the twists and turns you folks will resort to in an effort to protect your feminist "sacrament."
It is not a twist and turn.

It is a medically unnecessary procedure, whether performed externally or internally. And the law specifies that the cost must be born by the abortion candidate.

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#378 Feb 26, 2013
Seriouslady wrote:
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What, in the list you have above, involves a moral decision, let alone the death of an unborn child?
You may say dropping out of high school. Tough to bring that close to murder.
Bet you were good at 'dodge ball.'
Instilling morality? My parents did it by example and strictness. By not expecting any of their three daughters to come home pregnant without a husband.
How 'bout we start there?
I think that beats your approach which seems to be 'I will strive to make sure abortion is available to you as easily, cheap and comfortable as possible. There will be no ramifications or consequences for your irresponsibility and I will condone and stand by the taking of an unborn's life.'
In fact, dear lady, the moral piece that you reject has to do with accepting responsibility for the actions of society.

If our society, as you propose, not only outlaws abortion, but also neglects sex education (which you have also suggested) and stands in the way of equitable access to contraceptives (which others have advocated); and if our society remains unconcerned with providing equitable access to the basic tools by which one may earn a living (education and jobs); then our society must either accept responsibility for the children born into unprepared families or be judged immoral.

I am quite certain that you disagree. You believe that morality is simply a matter of keeping your knees together--something which I will wager you also did not manage to do. Don't confuse not having gotten caught with having a higher moral standard.

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#379 Feb 26, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Ah, the old divide and conquor.
And in 1973 it hadn't exactly been available for a long time, even in those four states.
But, I don't see any means by which to return it to the states without striking down Roe v Wade, and I haven't noticed anyone proposing grounds by which that might be accomplished.
Because abortion is now a business, a big money generator. If you listen to what the left considers some of the finest legal minds say about Roe v Wade, you'd be upset Reader:

Laurence Tribe— Harvard Law School.: "Behind its own verbal smokescreen, the substantive judgment on which it rests is nowhere to be found."
The Supreme Court, 1972 Term—Foreword: Toward a Model of Roles in the Due Process of Life and Law,” 87 Harvard Law Review 1, 7 (1973)

Ruth Bader Ginsburg — Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court:
“Roe, I believe, would have been more acceptable as a judicial decision if it had not gone beyond a ruling on the extreme statute before the court.… Heavy-handed judicial intervention was difficult to justify and appears to have provoked, not resolved, conflict.”
North Carolina Law Review, 1985

John Hart Ely — Yale Law School, Harvard Law School, Stanford Law School

Roe “is not constitutional law and gives almost no sense of an obligation to try to be.”
….

“What is frightening about Roe is that this super-protected right is not inferable from the language of the Constitution, the framers’ thinking respecting the specific problem in issue, any general value derivable from the provisions they included, or the nation’s governmental structure. Nor is it explainable in terms of the unusual political impotence of the group judicially protected vis-à-vis the interest that legislatively prevailed over it.… At times the inferences the Court has drawn from the values the Constitution marks for special protection have been controversial, even shaky, but never before has its sense of an obligation to draw one been so obviously lacking.”

“The Wages of Crying Wolf: A Comment on Roe v. Wade,” 82 Yale Law Journal, 920, 935-937 (1973).

Richard Cohen — Washington Post

“[T]he very basis of the Roe v. Wade decision — the one that grounds abortion rights in the Constitution — strikes many people now as faintly ridiculous. Whatever abortion may be, it cannot simply be a matter of privacy.”
….

“As a layman, it’s hard for me to raise profound constitutional objections to the decision. But it is not hard to say it confounds our common-sense understanding of what privacy is.

“If a Supreme Court ruling is going to affect so many people then it ought to rest on perfectly clear logic and up-to-date science. Roe , with its reliance on trimesters and viability, has a musty feel to it, and its argument about privacy raises more questions than it answers.
….

Roe “is a Supreme Court decision whose reasoning has not held up. It seems more fiat than argument.”

“Still, a bad decision is a bad decision. If the best we can say for it is that the end justifies the means, then we have not only lost the argument — but a bit of our soul as well.”

“Support Choice, Not Roe” Washington Post, October 19, 2005.

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#380 Feb 26, 2013
Seriouslady wrote:
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And they'd be suing to get their child back as soon as the baby daddy got released from prison. Of course, asking for punitive damages. And the courts would back it.
Think you might be willing to come back from lala land?

There is no such procedure as fetal transfer.

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#381 Feb 26, 2013
-The-Artist- wrote:
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I think it's gonna be canned, along with a ton of NBC shows. NBC has been beaten by Univision on some nights.
So, NBC is cancelling all your favorite anti-Christian sit-coms?

That would be a good thing for you, wouldn't it?

Or do you just enjoy feeling all superior?

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#382 Feb 26, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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It is not a twist and turn.
It is a medically unnecessary procedure, whether performed externally or internally. And the law specifies that the cost must be born by the abortion candidate.
Once again, you fretting over cost is laughable, especially when it's the taxpayers picking up the lion's share.

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#383 Feb 26, 2013
Seriouslady wrote:
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And they'd be suing to get their child back as soon as the baby daddy got released from prison. Of course, asking for punitive damages. And the courts would back it.
Spot on.

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#384 Feb 26, 2013
Seriouslady wrote:
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What, in the list you have above, involves a moral decision, let alone the death of an unborn child?
You may say dropping out of high school. Tough to bring that close to murder.
Bet you were good at 'dodge ball.'
Instilling morality? My parents did it by example and strictness. By not expecting any of their three daughters to come home pregnant without a husband.
How 'bout we start there?
I think that beats your approach which seems to be 'I will strive to make sure abortion is available to you as easily, cheap and comfortable as possible. There will be no ramifications or consequences for your irresponsibility and I will condone and stand by the taking of an unborn's life.'
BTW--everything that I listed is a symptom of something else.

We could pass all kinds of laws against those things without ever solving the problems that were driving them to begin with.

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#385 Feb 26, 2013
-The-Artist- wrote:
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Marxist filth
Another American ashamed of their history.

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