Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

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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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I read that book. It's a big pile of fantasy b.s. The very descriptions this child was giving of Jesus were just like the depictions shown in my old children's bible books from when I was a kid. The father's claims that the boy had never seen such pictures was far from credible. The father was some sort of pastor and no religious materials would have been very common around this family.
The mother had a miscarriage I believe, yet this boy met his unborn sister in Heaven? The father admitted the family was having some financial troubles and then here's this book. Uh huh.
Children and adults can recount events going on around them long after they were pronounced dead.

Many recount conversations by those attending them and objects in a room that couldn't have possibly been seen from their vantage point before they died.

This simply can't be ignored or explained away.

Modern research on near-death experiences have come from several academic disciplines including medicine, psychology and psychiatry. Among them are the Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, British Journal of Psychology and American Journal of Disease of Children.

However, cases of NDEs go back to ancient times and Plato.
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Yes, it is a human being. If there were a god, there would be no need for abortions. If he is all knowing and all seeing he wouldn't let the girl/woman get pregnant in the first place. He is bogus. Abortion is sad, but is there a good alternative? No.
All the religious freaks on here should get together and promise these girls/women that if they will forgo an abortion, they will adopt the baby. Case solved.
Someone I know lives very close to an abortion clinic. Everyday, it's the same creepy, religious fools who are out there shouting at these girls as they walk in. It's usually freaky men.
So our free will and personal choices are pointless? You'd rather we be created as robots?

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cpeter1313 wrote:
Always fantasizing about my ass. Closet case.
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You ignore posts by PLers who OWN you in discussion, claiming their posts aren't "interesting", yet respond to nutcases like "zach" who post: "Hey homo....did ya get that big fat boner outta your ass yet.....I heard you were struggling big time and you didn't want hubby seeing you with another man you dickstain.....LMFAO" with:
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Always fantasizing about my ass. Closet case.
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Such and intelligent and mature response.

I'm sure you wouldn't find it interesting to have your ass handed to you by PLers, on the abortion topic, and having it expected of you to prove your ridiculous claims when you can't.
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Hello Guppy.
"Scientists, for the life of them, can't figure out why or how that happens."
It's called an SA node. The heart's own pacemaker.
The question you need to ask yourself is if man could create a human beating heart. From scratch.

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Of course now the basta@rd has to actually see the post.
When I brought up one of Doc's past eff-ups he told me to forget the past. Funny coming from him, doncha think?
Toots, you're not worth the credit you're giving yourself. You don't have the intelligence to intimidate anyone with your posts, and certainly not people who OWN you PCers in discussion.

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Fn hilarious, LNM.
The irrational paranoia you and she displayed was that, alright. You both looked like bumbling buffoons.
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These are some of the same scientists that suggest that man can control the climate of the earth. What you just described is a human being to everyone except liberals. Since they are way smarter then everyone else with a different opinion, and of course a liberal is never wrong about anything, just as one, they know that its not a human being at all. In other words, an apple can be an orange if they say it is. If you dare to disagree, their wrath is what you'll get. So tolerant and compassionate of them, don't you think?
Couldn't have said it better. An apple can be an orange if they say it is.

Why so many are easily fooled. They repeat what they're told to believe without question. If they're told enough times an apple is an orange, then it must be true.
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What's stumping scientists?
"During early embryonic development, organ systems develop on an "as needed" basis. The brain and spinal cord, for example, which are required to control and coordinate the functions of other major organ systems of the body, are the first to form. At the end of the third week, the embryo is about two millimeters long and the blood vessels and alimentary canal have begun to develop. By the end of the fourth week, all major organs have begun to develop and the heart beats for the first time."
http://www.ehow.com/about_6801344_human-organ...
Hate to say it, but this line of reasoning is why you must be a liberal.

For some reason, liberals seem to have a very difficult time zooming out to see a much bigger picture.

You're describing what scientists know - not what they don't know.

It's more about what they don't know. For instance, they don't know why cells begin to divide on their own after conception.

Neither could they recreate that in any lab from scratch.

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A woman getting an abortion pre-1973 is breaking the law. A woman protesting against the law is not breaking the law. She is exercising her right to work to change an existing law. The law was in fact changed, by SCOTUS. What about this don't you get?
I never said a fetus is not alive, or a developing human. A z/e/f does not have rights. A woman has rights. A born baby has rights.
To give the z/e/f rights would then revoke rights from women. A woman is a born human being, a z/e/f is not born yet.
You people calling a fetus ZEF is ridiculous. Abortion isn't about a zygote, and you're wrong, a fetus does have rights. Rights you people support if you support RvW. Those rights are at viability. Obviously a fetus has been given rights then.

A woman shouldn't have a "right" to have her own flesh and blood child killed.

That is the RIGHT you people want to fight to keep, yet most of you agree she shouldn't have that right at viability. Most of you think a woman who kills her born children are monsters. None of you sees the senselessness of your contradicting views.
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You can call it what you like, but God callse it eternal security. God doesn't want His children wondering where they will go, after they die. Many things have popped up over the years about life after death, abd many believe different things.
I buried enough family members to tell you, they go in the ground, but their souls go on forever, either in Heaven or in Hell "which is the county jail ",then the lake of fire forever seperated from God, or any friends or family.
I believe this NOW, even though I truly don't know where any of my dead family are.
You're full of nothing more than unprovable garbage and deceit. Why don't you go back to stating that Hindus worship cows so we can laugh at your idiocy?
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Couldn't have said it better. An apple can be an orange if they say it is.
Why so many are easily fooled. They repeat what they're told to believe without question. If they're told enough times an apple is an orange, then it must be true.
Kind of like what you do with the words of the bible.
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Anyone who is a biblical scholar has a screw loose. Why do people waste their time on something that never happened?
Christ died for our sins? Really, how does that make sense? And why does he have so many names?
You'd think people who condoned killing the unborn and tolerated any kind of bad behavior as long as there was no morality involved wouldn't know a thing about biblical principles.

Yet, on another thread I used to be on, these people were the same ones who knew more about biblical principles and Jesus' teaching than any of us.

Odd, huh?

Only one man in history claimed to be the Son of God whose body was not found three days after he died.

It's a mystery the love of God and his grace towards us. Jesus came to help us get it right - love, forgive, mercy, compassion, etc.

When we want a way out of our own sinful natures, Jesus gives us that way. Unless you know it, you can't know it.

It's folly to nonbelievers. That's scriptural.
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Kind of like what you do with the words of the bible.
Don't think I've said anything contradictory to the words of the Bible. Could you be more specific?
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Twilight Zone.
How sad that you would think this life on this planet is all there is.
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So our free will and personal choices are pointless? You'd rather we be created as robots?
I never said that.

Robots? Where did that come from.?
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You'd think people who condoned killing the unborn and tolerated any kind of bad behavior as long as there was no morality involved wouldn't know a thing about biblical principles.
Yet, on another thread I used to be on, these people were the same ones who knew more about biblical principles and Jesus' teaching than any of us.
Odd, huh?
Only one man in history claimed to be the Son of God whose body was not found three days after he died.
It's a mystery the love of God and his grace towards us. Jesus came to help us get it right - love, forgive, mercy, compassion, etc.
When we want a way out of our own sinful natures, Jesus gives us that way. Unless you know it, you can't know it.
It's folly to nonbelievers. That's scriptural.
Spare us your arrogant, biblical BS.
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Don't think I've said anything contradictory to the words of the Bible. Could you be more specific?
I was more talking about calling apples oranges, which you enjoy doing when deciding what the bible says and means. Perhaps you forgot when we talked about the bible stating the moon has "her" own light. No suprise that a fundie, bible thumper has selective memory.
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I never said that.
Robots? Where did that come from.?
You seemed to be upset that God allowed girls to get pregnant because they have a free will and can make personal choices.

Just connected the dots. Sort of.
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feces for jesus wrote:
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Spare us your arrogant, biblical BS.
No one is twisting your arm to believe it.

Someone asked the question and I tried to answer it.
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zander714 wrote:
Education would help reduce the perceived necessity of abortion. Sadly, most that are against abortion are also against manditory education.
I most definitely agree. However, the education that's lacking is the reality of abortion. Not the liberal political correctness in the education system that is destroying it.

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