Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

There are 311342 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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Since: Jun 08

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#262104 Oct 5, 2012
lil Lily wrote:
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You expect every person of intelligence and integrity in discussion take YOUR word for it? The word of a proven pathological liar? lol not gonna happen.
Hey, baby, just relax. I would PM you a pic of my RN license but you wouldn't keep my identity confidential. Don't worry about it, okay?

“...sigh”

Since: Nov 09

Smithtown, NY

#262105 Oct 5, 2012
AyakaNeo wrote:
<quoted text>So you agree with Elise then that when a woman has a miscarriage it is not charted as a miscarriage because miscarriage is not the proper medical term and it is charted as a spontaneous abortion correct? What is your point in belittling her medical knowledge if you agree with her?
Because she will explode if she doesn't disagree with each and every one of us regarding each and every item we post about.

It's her need for abuse, A.

Since: Jun 08

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#262106 Oct 5, 2012
AyakaNeo wrote:
<quoted text>So you agree with Elise then that when a woman has a miscarriage it is not charted as a miscarriage because miscarriage is not the proper medical term and it is charted as a spontaneous abortion correct? What is your point in belittling her medical knowledge if you agree with her?
She needs to try to knock other people down in order to feel good about herself. Apparently, it's not working :-\ Don't worry on my account...she's been doing this for years, now. She's kind of pathetic.

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#262107 Oct 5, 2012
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text>Hey, baby, just relax. I would PM you a pic of my RN license but you wouldn't keep my identity confidential. Don't worry about it, okay?
Lynne is ate up with stupid!

You'd think that that drum of hers would be worn out by now!?

Since: Dec 09

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#262108 Oct 5, 2012
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text>Hey, baby, just relax. I would PM you a pic of my RN license but you wouldn't keep my identity confidential. Don't worry about it, okay?
I finished my first year then a bunch of nurses told me I'd regret going into nursing lol. I guess as with anything you get burned out. I should go back and get my LPN, could finish that in no time but I don't know how my legs would do now having had a DVT. At home I have to keep them elevated anytime I can and I didn't want to be a nurse that sits at a desk a lot ya know? I wanted to do OB/Gyn also because I figured it would be busy all the time lol.

Since: Dec 09

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#262109 Oct 5, 2012
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text> She needs to try to knock other people down in order to feel good about herself. Apparently, it's not working :-\ Don't worry on my account...she's been doing this for years, now. She's kind of pathetic.
Yeah there's no denying that lol.

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#262110 Oct 5, 2012
I mean about trying to knock others down lol.

“...sigh”

Since: Nov 09

Smithtown, NY

#262111 Oct 5, 2012
lost-cause wrote:
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Lynne is ate up with stupid!
You'd think that that drum of hers would be worn out by now!?
haha!

Not a chance, LC! She got it recovered!
HUSKERlicious

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#262112 Oct 5, 2012

Since: Nov 09

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#262113 Oct 5, 2012
LadiLulu wrote:
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haha!
Not a chance, LC! She got it recovered!
Yea, probably used some of the hide off of her back?

“...sigh”

Since: Nov 09

Smithtown, NY

#262114 Oct 5, 2012
lost-cause wrote:
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Yea, probably used some of the hide off of her back?
Hmmm... good point. I guess that would work if she put the side that's covered with thick, black, coarse hair on the inside of the drum. It wouldn't work too well on the outside.

Since: Nov 09

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#262117 Oct 5, 2012
LadiLulu wrote:
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Hmmm... good point. I guess that would work if she put the side that's covered with thick, black, coarse hair on the inside of the drum. It wouldn't work too well on the outside.
I would guess that she's patted most of that away?

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#262118 Oct 5, 2012
AyakaNeo wrote:
<quoted text>I finished my first year then a bunch of nurses told me I'd regret going into nursing lol. I guess as with anything you get burned out. I should go back and get my LPN, could finish that in no time but I don't know how my legs would do now having had a DVT. At home I have to keep them elevated anytime I can and I didn't want to be a nurse that sits at a desk a lot ya know? I wanted to do OB/Gyn also because I figured it would be busy all the time lol.
If you work a day shift on a busy floor you won't be sitting much. However, depending only how well your circulatory problem is managed, you should probably try to get onto a mother/baby unit, because you will be active but not usually very hectic. Those patients are usually healthy. You will have to be an RN to work in most hospitals. Yeah, some nurses get burned out, but most just move to a different speciality, venue, schedule, etc. You have to love this job:-)

“...sigh”

Since: Nov 09

Smithtown, NY

#262119 Oct 5, 2012
lost-cause wrote:
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I would guess that she's patted most of that away?
I think self-flagellated would be a better description. That way it fell away in bloody strips.

Since: Nov 09

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#262120 Oct 5, 2012
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text>If you work a day shift on a busy floor you won't be sitting much. However, depending only how well your circulatory problem is managed, you should probably try to get onto a mother/baby unit, because you will be active but not usually very hectic. Those patients are usually healthy. You will have to be an RN to work in most hospitals. Yeah, some nurses get burned out, but most just move to a different speciality, venue, schedule, etc. You have to love this job:-)
"You have to love this job"

I know that I couldn't do it!:-)

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#262121 Oct 5, 2012
I cited an actual case. The fact is that a knife is considered a lethal weapon in some cases, depending on the size. Moreover, you can't just shoot someone holding a knife. You have to show a reason to presume they are a real danger.

Pagan utopia? Chuckles, I live in Indiana, where most guys use guns like they use viagra; it's the only way they can feel manly.
tomtom wrote:
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Hate to burst your bubble there comrade but if someone pulls a knife on you, in most states that is indeed consdiered deadly force and your use of your gun will be considered self-defense, since it is just that.
In your toadstool pagan utopia people may pull knives on you to peel your apple or for kinky pagan gay sex but in the real world, someone threatens with a knife they have forfeited any defense against the use of a firearm.
Anonymous

Cleveland, GA

#262122 Oct 5, 2012
Long Night Moon 13 wrote:
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"so now you're sidestepping"
How can I be sidestepping when I clearly pointed out that you've changed your statement. I say again in accordance with your original assertion...a criminal will not know who has guns when he goes in somewhere to commit a crime. He also won't know how many there might be, and I doubt he's even thinking about it.
"i'm sure you just think not a things changed in 100 years..."
Like I already told you, our population has more than doubled. And so we have more people, more schools, bigger more crowded cities, etc. That still doesn't justify everyone walking around with a gun on them. Then it becomes easier to just shoot someone when they piss you off. You're having a really bad day and some guy enrages you by cutting you off on the road then shoot him. A rude cashier insults you then shoot him. You got a lousy meal at a restaurant then pull out your gun and shoot someone.
How about you look at the other side of things. If people are commonly carrying guns then you'd probably be more likely to end up in a shooting when some pissed off frustrated person goes berserk because something didn't go his way.
Damn, DMV offices all over the country would be nothing but bloody carnage.
" criminal will not know who has guns when he goes " - no sht lady, that was nevver the point - the point you're sidestepping is that guns DO deter criminals, & you guys claim otherwise - liars

"That still doesn't justify everyone walking around with a gun on them" - you act like this is a crime & a horror

"mes easier to just shoot someone when they piss you off" - raelly? how many cases have you found where this DOES happen? where LEGAL gun carriers get pissed & whip one out, fire it off, when he gets upset? come one lady...... whats next, ban pocket knives?
alcohol is responsible for more deaths due to this sort of action than anything, why dont we just ban alcohol too??

"cutting you off on the road then shoot him." right b/c you think gun owners are really this stupid & unself controlled

"You got a lousy meal at a restaurant then pull out your gun and shoot someone" - are you fcking SERIOUS? i suppose you're gonna ALSO start beating your wife, your children etc. when you get flipped off at Burger King? b/c to YOU, people are so stupid & so UNself controlled that they'll do just about anything to relieve stress, including SHOOTING people! youre one dumbFUCK lady, and i thought i'd heard it all..........yes, owning a gun MAKES you do violent things!

and why should we be allowed to DRIVE? get cut off, BAM, i'm a stupid American, i think ill just run over people..........wrong drive thru order, BAM i'm driving my SUV thru McDonalds!.........jerkoff boss at work, wants me to work late, BAM! he gets a black eye & broken nose!.........yes, thats LNMoons logic, people are stupid, selfish & willing to commit violence just b/c they CAN..........

for that matter, dolt, why do people who get pissed off at their husbands & wives while in the kitchen not use those razor sharp knives to kill/stab their loved ones? why not? its THERE, its a killing tool, why dont we ban knives TOO? ouch, one more you cant answer..........

why then should cops have guns? wont THEY get upset when THEY are cut off, flipped off, cussed at, spit at, threatened, etc? they face that crap every day yet THEY dont go shooting their victims when they get pissed..........IDIOT

so stupid its almost funny, but NOT

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#262123 Oct 5, 2012
Really? Most people convicted of incest belong to a christian faith.
tomtom wrote:
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Not in the pagan world.
Anonymous

Cleveland, GA

#262124 Oct 5, 2012
Bitner wrote:
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There is no reason to believe there would be any more guns in a given area even without the gun laws. Many people would still not have a gun. A person determined to go into a store, movie, or school to kill a lot of people would not know one way or the other.
And no, I don't believe that the thought that other people MIGHT have guns would deter them. You are merely asserting your opinion that it would, based on specualtion, not facts. Until you PROVE that it's a fact, that's all you've got; opinion. Obviously, I have a different opinion.
A shooter has no reason to assume there isn't at least ONE gun in any given area even today. Off duty cops carry, and others are able to do so as well. In a larger area, there more people there are, the more likely there are several who may have a license to carry a concealed weapon, and have their guns with them, in fact. No one knows one way or the other. A shooter could never know,
no matter what the gun laws are.
"There is no reason to believe there would be any more guns in a given area even without the gun laws" - WHAT? wait, so why is it liberals always make fun of the "south" & TEXAS for being "gun toters"??? really, you think there's an EQUAL number of guns per capita in every state?

"Many people would still not have a gun" - of course dolt, that was never the point, point was some WOULD

"not know one way or the other." - thats the point, they wouldnt know, but they'd suspect, which ups the danger level

"don't believe that the thought that other people MIGHT have guns would deter them" - again, thats only b/c you're an idiot ------ let me school you boy - if you're gonna commit a crime, do you A) go into a place thats filled with people who most likely WONT be armed, or do you B) go to a place thats probably filled with ARMED citizens?

you know the answer to this, now lets hear it.....?
Anonymous

Cleveland, GA

#262125 Oct 5, 2012
Bitner wrote:
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We simply disagree that it would deter someone who intends to go kill a lot of people. Especially those who intend to kill themselves afterward. These people are not in their right minds, you know.
but thats not what you guys said - your assertion was that ANY criminal, including robbers, wont be deterred by the presense of guns

stop trying to backtrack coward

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