Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

There are 312852 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: Dec 07

Home of Lord Stanley!

#290388 Mar 25, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Those were the days. I'm still aghast when I see a small child argue with a parent.
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Yeah, we weren't crazy enough to pull them shenanigans and in the rare event someone lost their marbles and got out of pocket, this is how we got dealt with, lol ... http://youtu.be/aYviBsqwwzE
Gtown71

United States

#290389 Mar 25, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Even though they keep trying to prove us wrong, we PRESUME our male soldiers aren't all sociopathic rapists; we know our male convicts are. You're comparing a voluntary, cooperative situation with a mandatory, hostile one.
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I don't believe soldiers or convicts are rapist, except for those in jail for rape, just like I don't believe gay men want to sleep with boys, or every man. I do believe, and know when men and women are together for long amounts of time, human nature "sin nature " can and will prevail.
Gtown71

United States

#290390 Mar 25, 2013
AyakaNeo wrote:
<quoted text>It makes no difference if she's home every morning and night Gtown, she is away more hours than she is at home. She is disrupting the household by being away. These are your words not mine. Put your foot down, grow a pair and tell her she's going to be a good wife and mother and stay home. Go on. I dare ya.
After she became pregnant, I kinda went off the deep end, and bought another house closer to her sisters. I had thought she would never work again, or untill our child was grown.

She didn't want to be a stay at home mom full time, and so I stayed home.
Almost every kid in our family has been molested in one way or another, and my goal is to make sure that doesn't happen to my girl, if anyway possible. There are family members I don't allow her to stay with.

Alot of single moms can't help but do what they must, but I'm talking about those who could stay home and raise their kids, if they didn't have so much tied up in a new car, or a huge expensive house they don't need, and can't afford.
I still remember a lady that showed up at work crying, becouse she just dropped off her 6 weeks old baby at a sitter, and for what she was paying on her new car and daycare fees, she could have stayed at home, if she sold the car.

Perhaps alot of how I feel comes from having a large family growing up, and many were very poor. Like the house my grandparents lived in, they may not have been allowed to live there nowadays it looked so bad, but it was clean and full of food and love.
today it seems people have the nicest homes and cars, but not alot of love, cold and distant?

Since: Jun 08

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#290391 Mar 25, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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Yes my wife works, but she's home every morning and every night.
I'm not as backwards as ocean thinks, but I do like bringing up issues, to make people think, when they say things like women should be equal, but in reality, only in certain areas.
If a person can realize that they may be wrong on an issue, then they may question themselves ablout more important things.
Women are equal. We aren't treated equally, but we are. It's just a matter of time before we attain our deserved status. We aren't wrong. You are.

Since: Jun 08

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#290392 Mar 25, 2013
-Michelle- wrote:
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GTown, you're a very interesting character, to say the very least. You take issue with women working outside of the home yet your wife works outside the home(regardless of what shift she works). You speak of sex and how it should only be had within the confines of marriage yet you've carried on a affair outside of wedlock. You speak of the sanctity of marriage yet you had a long term extramarital affair. You speak of how children should be raised in the same household as their parents(preferably a man and a woman) yet the woman you had an affair with is raising your child without you residing in their household. That's a whole lot of contradiction.
Yeah, but he asked God for forgiveness, so it's all good. Don't worry about it. Lol.
The Prince

Allentown, PA

#290393 Mar 25, 2013
Long Night Moon 13 wrote:
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"No, kids suffer whenever the home is disrupted..."
In generations past the children were taught that they are not the center of the Universe. The adults did what they had to do and the kids dealt with it.
Ah yes the good old pagan ways. The children should never be a burden to the parents. If necessary send them into the forrest.
Gtown71

United States

#290394 Mar 25, 2013
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah, but he asked God for forgiveness, so it's all good. Don't worry about it. Lol.
You're wrong.

If a person is convicted of a crime, and stands before the judge and says Yes I did all the things that I've been accused of, BUT I'm just asking for forgiveness.

What do you think would happen?

I got saved "born again ", and agreed with God -accepting what His son done for me. That's , and Only that, is what makes me "all good "

As far as your other post, I not only think women are equal, but superior in many ways to us men.

Its all about who does what.

If a lady is using the rest room in a multi million dollar building -who's position becomes more important, the owner of the building, or the janitor who.cleans and stocks the rest rooms in the multi million dollar building?

When no one knows their position, then people tend to get all out of position.
Anonymous

Dawsonville, GA

#290395 Mar 25, 2013
Long Night Moon 13 wrote:
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"No, kids suffer whenever the home is disrupted..."
In generations past the children were taught that they are not the center of the Universe. The adults did what they had to do and the kids dealt with it.
you still trying to get assault weapons banned?
Anonymous

Dawsonville, GA

#290396 Mar 25, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Women aren't complcating things; they just don't play by your rules anymore.
We'll just pair up female soldiers with gay men.
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do you still revere our military men with GUNS but hate guns in the hands of civilians?

wat was your stance again?

Since: Jun 08

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#290397 Mar 25, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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Well this is where you would say, it is none of your business what others do.
Do you believe it is wrong for the man to stay home while the wife works?
Or only when we choose to?no
I lost most my family at a pretty young age. I wish I has them back, but it worked out that I was left pretty well off. I don't brag about what I have, and I'm no Bill Gates, but my wife works becouse she wants to.
I work as well, just not a nine to five. I've been self employeed most my life. I've done alot of charity work to keep me from going insane! Lol
But but but -it has not always been this way. I know what it is like to only have one car to share, last year I had six vehicles, which were all paid for. I don't buy new vehicles,becouse I feel it is a waste, and have only had a car payment one time in my life, and that was enough. I've never asked my wife to cook one meal in my life. I realize when you read my post, you think boring, dry life. If so -you truly have no clue.
We have alot of fun, but my idea of fun is not the same as it was before I met Jesus Christ.
The main reason I'm a stay at home dad, is I'm very protective of my little girl. Women should be keepers of the home, if they can work some outside and still keep the home, then great. I was raised by a single mom, after my dad died, so I know how to cook anything there is, and clean,and I don't mind doing it here. My little girl has only spent 7 nights away, and that was with her aunt. Other then that she has been with us 24/7. Those who have parents and grand parents to help them, are very blessed. I don't regret my time with her, it only seems like the other day she was born, and she turns 6 sat :)
Yawn.
My point is that you say one thing and do another. You do what you have called "women's work" while your wife is the breadwinner, but you have yammered on and on against that very role-reversal.

Btw, most families in which both parents work outside the home keep clean homes, wear clean clothes, cook home-cooked meals, participate in family life, etc. I don't know what kind of pigs your working friends are but they aren't normal, son.

Since: Jun 08

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#290398 Mar 25, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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You're wrong.
If a person is convicted of a crime, and stands before the judge and says Yes I did all the things that I've been accused of, BUT I'm just asking for forgiveness.
What do you think would happen?
I got saved "born again ", and agreed with God -accepting what His son done for me. That's , and Only that, is what makes me "all good "
As far as your other post, I not only think women are equal, but superior in many ways to us men.
Its all about who does what.
If a lady is using the rest room in a multi million dollar building -who's position becomes more important, the owner of the building, or the janitor who.cleans and stocks the rest rooms in the multi million dollar building?
When no one knows their position, then people tend to get all out of position.
You need to learn when to shut up. You have no idea what you're talking about, obviously. That post is a mess.
Gtown71

United States

#290399 Mar 25, 2013
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text>You need to learn when to shut up. You have no idea what you're talking about, obviously. That post is a mess.
Well why do you keep reading my mess? Is it becouse I don't put abortions for all at the top?
You pro choice folks don't have a clue either as far as life, since you place no value on the unborn.
I have said many times, in a perfect world, men would work outside the home, women inside the home.

My wife works becouse she wants to.
Why is it you guys skip anything good I say, and concentrate on the neg?
You folks say you're all for womens reproductive /sexual rights, but turn around and call women that has sex often a whore, or slut, and even if a married woman has sex with another man, what does it matter, if you say sin is just self inflicted nonesense, and that there is no God?

That's what puzzles me about you guys the most -you say one thing and do another, if nothing else I'm just showing you how it looks, have you ever thought about that?

Example : I'm pro choice, and fully believe in womens sexual and reproductive rights.
Then a pro life guy tells about his mom having sex with different guys -
Pro choice -she's a slut, whore.

Example : I don't believe in your jebbus or any god.
Then a pro life person tells you anything you don't like.
Pro choice -that is inmoral, and they should be punished!

Like I've said before, it is like playing any game with a 5 yo, they change the rules to suit their needs.

May I ask -have you ever did anything you regret?

Since: Jun 08

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#290400 Mar 25, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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Well why do you keep reading my mess? Is it becouse I don't put abortions for all at the top?
You pro choice folks don't have a clue either as far as life, since you place no value on the unborn.
I have said many times, in a perfect world, men would work outside the home, women inside the home.
My wife works becouse she wants to.
Why is it you guys skip anything good I say, and concentrate on the neg?
You folks say you're all for womens reproductive /sexual rights, but turn around and call women that has sex often a whore, or slut, and even if a married woman has sex with another man, what does it matter, if you say sin is just self inflicted nonesense, and that there is no God?
That's what puzzles me about you guys the most -you say one thing and do another, if nothing else I'm just showing you how it looks, have you ever thought about that?
Example : I'm pro choice, and fully believe in womens sexual and reproductive rights.
Then a pro life guy tells about his mom having sex with different guys -
Pro choice -she's a slut, whore.
Example : I don't believe in your jebbus or any god.
Then a pro life person tells you anything you don't like.
Pro choice -that is inmoral, and they should be punished!
Like I've said before, it is like playing any game with a 5 yo, they change the rules to suit their needs.
May I ask -have you ever did anything you regret?
You're getting me mixed up with someone else. Obviously, you don't read my posts. Is that why you recommend that I not read yours? I challenge you to find where I wrote the things of which you accuse me in that post. It's very unwise to make blanket statements. Of course, being unwise, it's quite appropriate for you to do it. Carry on.

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#290401 Mar 26, 2013
Actually, Gtown71, you'll be relieved to know that you do have one legitimate point. Since your posts are convolutions of contradiction, there's no reason to address them. Thanks for the suggestion.

Since: Dec 09

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#290402 Mar 26, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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I have said many times, in a perfect world, men would work outside the home, women inside the home.
My wife works becouse she wants to.
That's not a perfect world to women like your wife who want to work outside the home.
Gtown71 wrote:
Why is it you guys skip anything good I say, and concentrate on the neg?
Because you contradict yourself.
Gtown71 wrote:
You folks say you're all for womens reproductive /sexual rights, but turn around and call women that has sex often a whore, or slut,
Who calls her a slut or a whore?
Gtown71 wrote:
and even if a married woman has sex with another man, what does it matter, if you say sin is just self inflicted nonesense, and that there is no God?
A person doesn't need a belief in God to know the difference between right and wrong. You evidently do.
Gtown71 wrote:
That's what puzzles me about you guys the most -you say one thing and do another, if nothing else I'm just showing you how it looks, have you ever thought about that?
Example : I'm pro choice, and fully believe in womens sexual and reproductive rights.
Then a pro life guy tells about his mom having sex with different guys -
Pro choice -she's a slut, whore.
Who said this Gtown?
Gtown71 wrote:
Example : I don't believe in your jebbus or any god.
Then a pro life person tells you anything you don't like.
Pro choice -that is inmoral, and they should be punished!
Like I've said before, it is like playing any game with a 5 yo, they change the rules to suit their needs.
May I ask -have you ever did anything you regret?
Some people like yourself believe God made you moral when you were saved. Some people are just moral because they choose to do the right thing without any instruction from an ancient book.

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#290403 Mar 26, 2013
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text>You need to learn when to shut up. You have no idea what you're talking about, obviously. That post is a mess.
OMG he's been watching Celebrity Apprentice.

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#290404 Mar 26, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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Well why do you keep reading my mess?
Because you're easy and fun to ridicule.

Since: Sep 08

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#290405 Mar 26, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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Then a pro life guy tells about his mom having sex with different guys -
Pro choice -she's a slut, whore.
CORRECTION: YOU said she's a 'ho dear.

You sure do like to bitch about something YOU made the claim about to begin with.@@ LOL
Ocean56

AOL

#290406 Mar 26, 2013
elise in burque wrote:
Yawn.
My point is that you say one thing and do another. You do what you have called "women's work" while your wife is the breadwinner, but you have yammered on and on against that very role-reversal.
Exactly. Gtown says one thing and does another, which is why I think he's a HYPOCRITE with zero credibility. He wants all women to go BACKWARD into the 1850's, yet he wants us to believe he "allows" his own wife to work outside the home. I stopped believing ANYTHING this guy says quite a while ago.
worships reality

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#290407 Mar 26, 2013
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text>It's not necessary for you to know why anyone wants what they want. A woman has a right to fight on the front lines. She doesn't care what you think about it, dear. You are irrelevant to her goals in life.
as a woman i care very much what gtown thinks about women fighting on the front lines. why do you lie?

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