Huffing Paint: Aboriton is morally good
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Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#142 Dec 19, 2013
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
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I'll have to count and get back to you.
great answer..........

My religion says you will spend eternity in hell.

you are very deserving of such an honor, displaying your insolence and defiance so well.

proceed.....you are eliminating your voting block by a million a year. My kids thank you. Your cleaning up the gene pool is beneficial for them. I am not sure God will think your idea of cleansing will so great though.

you make such great decisions in life, your reward is to burn for eternity.

I prefer to live honorably, and listen to Gods word which is teaching the plays of the game of moral life.

I guess winning the game of eternity in hell is not considered winning by Christians.

go figure?

you smart people know better, and are going to show me. I will watch you self destruct, but won't allow it in my house.

“Meh.”

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#143 Dec 19, 2013
gokeefe wrote:
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Regardless, doesn't the man have a say in the outcome of his own progeny?
Meow.
I think an important thing to remember here is that people of either gender cannot legally be forced to furnish aid to another of their own body. A father, mother, stranger, none of these people can be required to furnish potentially lifesaving aid of tissue, marrow, blood or any other portion of their bodies to aid another, regardless of their need, their relation or how much or little the furnishing of this aid may impact the donor.

To look at a discreet example, a father cannot be made to donate blood to save his child. He may be required to seek appropriate medical attention involving a blood donation or in extreme cases may have his consent on behalf of his child overridden by the courts but he cannot be forced to give up a part of himself to aid of this child, though the costs to him seem trivial to observers. The child, the child's mother and the courts have no power to compel this aid.

The inability of a third party to compel a woman to render aid through the use of her body mirrors this very basic limit of compulsory support. While a parent does hold compulsory rights and responsibilities and can compel another parent to share in these compulsory responsibilities, parents of either gender are unable to force the other to use their own body to furnish aid. In both cases the right of a joint parent to demand support ends at the other parent's bodily autonomy.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#144 Dec 19, 2013
tranpsosition wrote:
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I think an important thing to remember here is that people of either gender cannot legally be forced to furnish aid to another of their own body. A father, mother, stranger, none of these people can be required to furnish potentially lifesaving aid of tissue, marrow, blood or any other portion of their bodies to aid another, regardless of their need, their relation or how much or little the furnishing of this aid may impact the donor.
To look at a discreet example, a father cannot be made to donate blood to save his child. He may be required to seek appropriate medical attention involving a blood donation or in extreme cases may have his consent on behalf of his child overridden by the courts but he cannot be forced to give up a part of himself to aid of this child, though the costs to him seem trivial to observers. The child, the child's mother and the courts have no power to compel this aid.
The inability of a third party to compel a woman to render aid through the use of her body mirrors this very basic limit of compulsory support. While a parent does hold compulsory rights and responsibilities and can compel another parent to share in these compulsory responsibilities, parents of either gender are unable to force the other to use their own body to furnish aid. In both cases the right of a joint parent to demand support ends at the other parent's bodily autonomy.
above an uninformed child explains her adolescent views.

In the real world......Courts order men everyday to use their bodies in laborious activities to earn income to support FEMALES.
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Lodi, OH

#145 Dec 19, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
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great answer..........
My religion says you will spend eternity in hell.
you are very deserving of such an honor, displaying your insolence and defiance so well.
proceed.....you are eliminating your voting block by a million a year. My kids thank you. Your cleaning up the gene pool is beneficial for them. I am not sure God will think your idea of cleansing will so great though.
you make such great decisions in life, your reward is to burn for eternity.
I prefer to live honorably, and listen to Gods word which is teaching the plays of the game of moral life.
I guess winning the game of eternity in hell is not considered winning by Christians.
go figure?
you smart people know better, and are going to show me. I will watch you self destruct, but won't allow it in my house.
God doesn't like bankruptcy.

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