Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

There are 310372 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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-Michelle-

Jersey City, NJ

#294957 May 6, 2013
razzmatazz wrote:
<quoted text>We all know you aren't pro life, but so sad . I bet your uncle is upset at you, not showing it to your face but surely praying for you. you have proved rosey isn't who she wants us to believe, she is a pro abort poster pretending to be a Christian. The pill is an abortifaciant, also the pill has given way to pre marital aex, extramarital affairs, this is another reason why the Church is against it, ask your uncle.
Religious beliefs have absolutely NOTHING to do with medical fact. The medical and pharmaceutical fact is that hormonal contraceptives are NOT abortifacients. You are incorrect about that. As I said before, you are entitled to believe that pregnancy is defined at conception, however, medically speaking, it's not.

As far as your claim about it leading to premarital sex, are you under the assumption that people did not engage in it until the advent of the pill? Or that everyone who has premarital sex is on the pill?

And as far as the pill causing people to cheat on their spouses? You sure do give a lot of power to a tablet. Nevermind the fact that there are MILLIONS of happily married and faithful couples out there who do utilize artificial methods of birth control.

And for what it's worth, my uncle knows exactly how I feel about these things. He may not agree with some of my beliefs but he also knows he is NOT my Lord and God and it is NOT his place to judge me as that is GOD'S job and unlike you, my uncle and I believe the Good Lord is more than capable of handling His job alone without anyone elses assistance.

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#294958 May 6, 2013
razzmatazz wrote:
<quoted text>We all know you aren't pro life, but so sad . I bet your uncle is upset at you, not showing it to your face but surely praying for you. you have proved rosey isn't who she wants us to believe, she is a pro abort poster pretending to be a Christian. The pill is an abortifaciant, also the pill has given way to pre marital aex, extramarital affairs, this is another reason why the Church is against it, ask your uncle.
The pill is not an abortifacient. Stop feeding from the lying spoon that is your church's leadership.
razzmatazz

Falls City, NE

#294959 May 6, 2013
-Michelle- wrote:
<quoted text>
Religious beliefs have absolutely NOTHING to do with medical fact. The medical and pharmaceutical fact is that hormonal contraceptives are NOT abortifacients. You are incorrect about that. As I said before, you are entitled to believe that pregnancy is defined at conception, however, medically speaking, it's not.
As far as your claim about it leading to premarital sex, are you under the assumption that people did not engage in it until the advent of the pill? Or that everyone who has premarital sex is on the pill?
And as far as the pill causing people to cheat on their spouses? You sure do give a lot of power to a tablet. Nevermind the fact that there are MILLIONS of happily married and faithful couples out there who do utilize artificial methods of birth control.
And for what it's worth, my uncle knows exactly how I feel about these things. He may not agree with some of my beliefs but he also knows he is NOT my Lord and God and it is NOT his place to judge me as that is GOD'S job and unlike you, my uncle and I believe the Good Lord is more than capable of handling His job alone without anyone elses assistance.
Read what Pope Paul VI wrote about it, your uncle knows. See how Pope Paul VI predicted about the future. Notice how people got more promiscuous when the pill was introduced. I bet your uncle says many rosaries for you to repent.
rosesz

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#294960 May 6, 2013
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text>You are a gracious and kind person; the kind of Christian that I was raised by and grew up with.
Thanks Elise but I was fling a bit of judging myself there ..let my aggravation get out..Tried to correct it but SIGH..
Anyway thanks..Gotta say its hsrd to keep from being frustratdd at times ..
razzmatazz

Falls City, NE

#294961 May 6, 2013
-Michelle- wrote:
<quoted text>
Religious beliefs have absolutely NOTHING to do with medical fact. The medical and pharmaceutical fact is that hormonal contraceptives are NOT abortifacients. You are incorrect about that. As I said before, you are entitled to believe that pregnancy is defined at conception, however, medically speaking, it's not.
As far as your claim about it leading to premarital sex, are you under the assumption that people did not engage in it until the advent of the pill? Or that everyone who has premarital sex is on the pill?
And as far as the pill causing people to cheat on their spouses? You sure do give a lot of power to a tablet. Nevermind the fact that there are MILLIONS of happily married and faithful couples out there who do utilize artificial methods of birth control.
And for what it's worth, my uncle knows exactly how I feel about these things. He may not agree with some of my beliefs but he also knows he is NOT my Lord and God and it is NOT his place to judge me as that is GOD'S job and unlike you, my uncle and I believe the Good Lord is more than capable of handling His job alone without anyone elses assistance.
Archbishop Chaput Archbishop Chaput is now in the Philly Diocese.



Archbishop Charles Chaput of Denver, Colorado has written a marvelous pastoral letter commemorating Pope Paul's Humanae Vitae. Chaput writes that thirty years ago [as of 1999] Pope Paul VI "triggered a struggle within the Church which continues to mark American Catholic life even today. The irony is that the people who dismissed Church teaching in the 1960s soon discovered that they had subverted their own ability to pass anything along to their children. The result is that the Church now must evangelize a world of their children's children--adolescents and young adults raised in moral confusion, often unaware of their own moral heritage, who hunger for meaning, community, and love with real substance."



Archbishop Chaput also notes that Pope Paul VI warned of four cultural problems that would worsen, if Church teachings regarding married life and contraception were ignored:



1. The first would be a rise in "conjugal infidelity and the general lowering of morality."



2. Second, men would lose respect for women, ignoring issues of their physical and emotional health even more than in the past and exploit them as instruments of selfish pleasure.



3. Third, contraception would be abused by "public authorities who take no heed of moral exigencies." Today, first-world leaders regularly export "contraceptives, abortion and sterilization" to developing nations, often as a prerequisite for financial aid.



4. Finally, human beings would be tempted to believe that they have "unlimited dominion" over their bodies.



Pope Paul VI was indeed a prophet. source tldm.org/news4/contraception.htm
rosesz

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#294962 May 6, 2013
-Michelle- wrote:
<quoted text>
Religious beliefs have absolutely NOTHING to do with medical fact. The medical and pharmaceutical fact is that hormonal contraceptives are NOT abortifacients. You are incorrect about that. As I said before, you are entitled to believe that pregnancy is defined at conception, however, medically speaking, it's not.
As far as your claim about it leading to premarital sex, are you under the assumption that people did not engage in it until the advent of the pill? Or that everyone who has premarital sex is on the pill?
And as far as the pill causing people to cheat on their spouses? You sure do give a lot of power to a tablet. Nevermind the fact that there are MILLIONS of happily married and faithful couples out there who do utilize artificial methods of birth control.
And for what it's worth, my uncle knows exactly how I feel about these things. He may not agree with some of my beliefs but he also knows he is NOT my Lord and God and it is NOT his place to judge me as that is GOD'S job and unlike you, my uncle and I believe the Good Lord is more than capable of handling His job alone without anyone elses assistance.
I must have missed something. How did your uncle get into this previous post? Or detective work. Which would be scary
razzmatazz

Falls City, NE

#294963 May 6, 2013
razzmatazz

Falls City, NE

#294964 May 6, 2013
-Michelle- wrote:
<quoted text>
Religious beliefs have absolutely NOTHING to do with medical fact. The medical and pharmaceutical fact is that hormonal contraceptives are NOT abortifacients. You are incorrect about that. As I said before, you are entitled to believe that pregnancy is defined at conception, however, medically speaking, it's not.
As far as your claim about it leading to premarital sex, are you under the assumption that people did not engage in it until the advent of the pill? Or that everyone who has premarital sex is on the pill?
And as far as the pill causing people to cheat on their spouses? You sure do give a lot of power to a tablet. Nevermind the fact that there are MILLIONS of happily married and faithful couples out there who do utilize artificial methods of birth control.
And for what it's worth, my uncle knows exactly how I feel about these things. He may not agree with some of my beliefs but he also knows he is NOT my Lord and God and it is NOT his place to judge me as that is GOD'S job and unlike you, my uncle and I believe the Good Lord is more than capable of handling His job alone without anyone elses assistance.
He knows you are going to hell in a handbasket if you don't change, that is why he probably says many rosaries for you.
rosesz Madame Kindle

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#294965 May 6, 2013
Hey. Guess what. Just called tech support..Seems the keyboard has NO fix yet...but a lot of complaints. They are working on one!!

Supposedly the new HD is better on that.. nice lady had same problem..likes new one better..

So waiting on the fix or the littoral. Lol.

Really is a great gadget!!! Fir a lot of things..Just not this:( For 300 less than an IPAD which I am sure is great. But get s bunch of freebies like one loaned book a month. And free games. Grandiose love when grammy cones with kindle!!!
rosesz

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#294966 May 6, 2013
Ger. Grand kids....
-Michelle-

Jersey City, NJ

#294967 May 6, 2013
rosesz wrote:
<quoted text>
I must have missed something. How did your uncle get into this previous post? Or detective work. Which would be scary
My uncle is a Roman Catholic Deacon. I've spoken about him on here so she likes to bring him up. However, unlike Knit and Pray,my uncle doesn't presume to know God's will and he will NOT speak on God's behalf as he knows he is NOT God.
-Michelle-

Jersey City, NJ

#294968 May 6, 2013
razzmatazz wrote:
<quoted text>He knows you are going to hell in a handbasket if you don't change, that is why he probably says many rosaries for you.
Actually, he doesn't know that because he is NOT God and because of that, he does not know what the Good Lord has in store for me come my judgment day. Unlike you, he's not deluded nor arrogant enough to believe he knows Gods will nor would he ever disrespect the Good Lord to speak for Him.

But now that you mention it, I'm going to ask him to include you in his prayers. I'm going to ask him to intercede on your behalf and ask the Good Lord to bestow humility on you.
rosesz

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#294969 May 6, 2013
-Michelle- wrote:
<quoted text>
My uncle is a Roman Catholic Deacon. I've spoken about him on here so she likes to bring him up. However, unlike Knit and Pray,my uncle doesn't presume to know God's will and he will NOT speak on God's behalf as he knows he is NOT God.
Ok and whew. I know tootle can sick ul info but really that would be crazy
worships reality

New York, NY

#294971 May 6, 2013
Long Night Moon 13 wrote:
<quoted text>
I didn't say I supported, or did not support, restrictions. They simply exist, as they do in all things in our society. The option to choose abortion does exist, but within a certain time frame.
I am not the one sticking my nose into other women's pregnancies. I have said before that all women have the right to make their own choices. I don't interfere.
so do you or don't you support post viability restrictions as per roe v wade?

“lightly burnt,but still smokin”

Since: Dec 06

in the corner of your mind,

#294972 May 6, 2013
"razzmatazz" AKA "oxygen thief"
You are a lukewarm Christian,

who made you the judge? isn't there something in that book of fiction that says don't do that? no you are another misguided dogooder.
worships reality

New York, NY

#294973 May 6, 2013
Bitner wrote:
<quoted text>
The pill is not an abortifacient. Stop feeding from the lying spoon that is your church's leadership.
why are you afraid to say what your personal opinion of abortion is?

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#294974 May 6, 2013
worships reality wrote:
<quoted text>
why are you afraid to say what your personal opinion of abortion is?
I'm not. I just enjoy watching your impotent frustration over it, you and all the other control freaks.
rosesz

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#294975 May 6, 2013
rosesz wrote:
<quoted text>
Ok and whew. I know tootle can sick ul info but really that would be crazy
G O O G L E CAN SuCK UP INFO
The Prince

Phillipsburg, NJ

#294976 May 6, 2013
worships reality wrote:
<quoted text>
why are you afraid to say what your personal opinion of abortion is?
She is a proabortion pagan. She plays word games to pretend to hide I,t yet she is what she is.

she supports a woman going to an abortionarium at any point in he pregnancy, what she does there is none of biters business. So what do you think she supports.
Ink

Philadelphia, PA

#294977 May 6, 2013
worships reality wrote:
<quoted text>
why are you afraid to say what your personal opinion of abortion is?
The better question is whether or not she thinks abortion should be allowed right to full term. She has answered that before.

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