Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

There are 311360 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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Katie

Maple Valley, WA

#301015 Jun 18, 2013
RoSesz wrote:
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Katie
http://www.moveon.org/event/faq/index.html...
Maybe they are not a,527 but a 501 is a political organization.
So is the Tea Party
And no matter who we like t he government has no right to favor one or the other.
And no move on was not the only 527 trying to dEFEAT Bush.
They were peppering the airways all day long
Thing is when the VIET MAN vets got their own 527. Then they screamed foul.
As I say to be fair..there should be none of them
Election Reform was supposed to make things better but then ahhh the loophole.
And the first ones I saw were anti Bush
So this time they tried to hobble the conservative s with that I R S garbage. And you seem to think that's ok???
Because you don't like the Religiuos,Right . The right is m add up or ordinary people ..We go honour jobs ..pay taxes..We may get lumped in with some of these organizations because we vote similarly
So what
If they silence the Right..using taxpayer funded agency ...who is next.
I would shut down every one of them..But if one side is ok both are or we live in Communist Russia.
Good luck to you! You want to shut down the very people trying to protect this country from theocracy. You say you don't support a theocracy, but you are Christian and you do support those people trying to usurp the Constitution and our civil rights. Not every American is Christian, though. So to legislate Christian values and rule on these in courtrooms shuts down every citizen following a different faith.

It *is* the Religious Right you need to be concerned about. The link I offered again is full of factual information. Full of the Religious Right's entire history. Don't be afraid to read it, Rose. Even just a bit at a time.

Maybe you'll understand what I am saying when this country is told it's Catholic. And that you have to follow the Catholic faith. Or their version of it anyway.
Sweet JM

Jackson, NJ

#301016 Jun 18, 2013
No Relativism wrote:
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Finding a middle ground for proaborts would be to cut the baby in half.
I seriously don't get this "common ground" logic. What possible middle ground is there to respect another dignity and life. They are pro-death as choice. Where do you go from there, y 'know?

Oy vey!
Katie

Maple Valley, WA

#301017 Jun 18, 2013
Sweet JM wrote:
<quoted text> You are a mother, correct?...a grandma as well. There was a time when you felt your wanted "fetus" move and kick...as well as your grandchilds while in her mothers womb. It was an amazing feeling right? You felt that son or daughter alive for the first time. A thrill of joy took over as you gasped. You went on to continue feeling that son/daughter move, kick and grow.
Mother to Mother, I'd like to know how in the world you can sit here so coldheartedly and admit that you support such a cruel procedure that intentionally kills that son or daughter. I get sick and discouraged everytime I think that mothers like you are walking the earth.
I get sick and discouraged everytime I think that mothers like you are walking on earth when you let other mothers DIE because their fetuses were of more value.
Katie

Maple Valley, WA

#301018 Jun 18, 2013
persnickety wrote:
<quoted text>I know they are aware that they have killed a human being, they are in denial, because only the most ugly filthy insipid person would want to kill a harmless and innocent preborn child, so I guess you are what I described.
And you are still delusional.
Katie

Maple Valley, WA

#301019 Jun 18, 2013
Sweet JM wrote:
<quoted text> I seriously don't get this "common ground" logic. What possible middle ground is there to respect another dignity and life. They are pro-death as choice. Where do you go from there, y 'know?
Oy vey!
You've been told many times what PCers support. But you insist on believing the crap you spouted above. Which makes you delusional, too.
Ink

Drexel Hill, PA

#301020 Jun 18, 2013
No Relativism wrote:
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There are waiting lists of married couples (traditional marriage) waiting to adopt a baby. Your kind is executing babies that couples would love to adopt.
Thousands and thousands of couples wanting to adopt an unwanted child. Any woman allowing her baby to live will have no trouble finding grateful parents for that child.
Sweet JM

Jackson, NJ

#301021 Jun 18, 2013
No Relativism wrote:
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cPeterPrance: "Having a baby can be a problem on many levels"
________
No cases of back door Peteys conceiving anything but a bowel movement.
lol
Katie

Maple Valley, WA

#301022 Jun 18, 2013
Oh and JM. We know it's because the middle ground *IS* birth control. And, due to your Catholic beliefs, refuse to admit it helps bring down the number of annual abortion.
Ink

Drexel Hill, PA

#301023 Jun 18, 2013
Katie wrote:
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Good luck to you! You want to shut down the very people trying to protect this country from theocracy. You say you don't support a theocracy, but you are Christian and you do support those people trying to usurp the Constitution and our civil rights. Not every American is Christian, though. So to legislate Christian values and rule on these in courtrooms shuts down every citizen following a different faith.
It *is* the Religious Right you need to be concerned about. The link I offered again is full of factual information. Full of the Religious Right's entire history. Don't be afraid to read it, Rose. Even just a bit at a time.
Maybe you'll understand what I am saying when this country is told it's Catholic. And that you have to follow the Catholic faith. Or their version of it anyway.
You don't make any sense at all.

For instance what is the Catholic 'version' of the Catholic faith?
eyeswideopen

Chantilly, VA

#301024 Jun 18, 2013
Katie wrote:
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I get sick and discouraged everytime I think that mothers like you are walking on earth when you let other mothers DIE because their fetuses were of more value.
What? Do mother killing clinics exist?
Is there a new SCOTUS ruling allowing babies to have unwanted mothers? And this allows them to abort their mothers?

At least their mother's can fight back!

And you think this poster just walked right by a mother killing clinic, and didn't care, she just walked on?

All I can say is, YOU'RE FROM ANOTHER WORLD! And you referred to another poster as delusional?
Ink

Drexel Hill, PA

#301025 Jun 18, 2013
Katie wrote:
Oh and JM. We know it's because the middle ground *IS* birth control. And, due to your Catholic beliefs, refuse to admit it helps bring down the number of annual abortion.
You mean that there were more than a million abortions a year before the pill?
Katie

Maple Valley, WA

#301026 Jun 18, 2013
Ink wrote:
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I'm sure I would. You seem alright, just misguided.
Why do you judge me as misguided?
Ink

Drexel Hill, PA

#301027 Jun 18, 2013
Katie wrote:
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Why do you judge me as misguided?
Just my opinion from your posts.
Ink

Drexel Hill, PA

#301028 Jun 18, 2013
Katie wrote:
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You've been told many times what PCers support. But you insist on believing the crap you spouted above. Which makes you delusional, too.
Do you have a personal opinion on a limit on when unborn babies can be destroyed?

“GOD SO LOVED US”

Since: Aug 08

He Gave His SON,JESUS Christ

#301029 Jun 18, 2013
eyeswideopen wrote:
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Illogical, contraception is not a sure way to avoid pregnancy.
Abstinence is.
Contraception is like bait and switch schemes. It baits people into having sex, thinking they are safe from pregnancy. But WHAM, next thing they know, they are PREGNANT!
Pro abortion people love it. It feeds them more patients for the slaughter.
The Big Money people love it, money one way or another by buying contraception or abortion care.
Abstinence is not just the only sure way, its free.
My bet is your not sincere either.


Do you Seriiuosly believe that a tt t his time in this country ..young people will all practice abstinence ..That is not going to happen.

Not in the decades,before the pill and not after.

I wish Roe had never become law..

But I think contraception can keep at least half of these abortions from happening going even by JMs statistics.

It's not going to end ..this ending of human life..it's become too ingrained sadly.

But if they d o not get pregnant until they are ready ..No abortion.

We can pray that each woman chooses to not have one. We can support our local CPC..BUT unless we educate our kids of ALL the consequences of hooking up...And protect them from their folly...which has happened fir many GOOD teens .

We will continue to have these numbers go up every year..
Sweet JM

Jackson, NJ

#301030 Jun 18, 2013
RoSesz wrote:
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No kidding . Had to move out if my own home fir fear the neighbors might find out if my grandma..almost git kicked out if school.
And it was a public school.
Thing is there is much more acceptance now. Less to push a woman towards abortion than in my day. imo
Unfortunately,proabort parents raise their children to be proaborts.....and so......the cycle of a pro-death society continues.....

They make no excuses today for killing as choice.

Yet, these same peolle will think that Gosnell was HORRIBLE maniac for keeping his days work( dead babies) as souvenirs. Go figure, right?

Oh...or the Susan Smiths of the world are HORRIBLE monsters for killing their unwanted born child
Sweet JM

Jackson, NJ

#301031 Jun 18, 2013
Katie wrote:
Oh and JM. We know it's because the middle ground *IS* birth control. And, due to your Catholic beliefs, refuse to admit it helps bring down the number of annual abortion.
Like I said, no pregnancy would be the obvious way to prevent killing for proaborts. I have my religious beliefs and you have your ways of preventinv pregnancy... but guess what Katie? At the end of the day if both of us got pregnant anyway, my baby would stay alive and be loved regardless and yours would be killed and then dumped in the days trash like garbage.

I know my body, why? Because I'm in tune with it. I know that sex leads to pregnancy. If I have sex when fertile I know that fhere is a possibility that I may get pregnant. If for whatever reason I must avoid pregnancy then I abstain ONLY when fertile.

3 million abortions per hear jn this country alone Katie. You people have NO respect for the beautiful gift of sex OR your own flesh and blood. ALL the artificial birth confrol in the world won't change that tragic fact I'm afraid :(

“Truly Pro-Life”

Since: Nov 11

Proudly Pro-choice

#301032 Jun 18, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Wrong, twit. Identical twins are not completely identical. Studies on twins show they can differ on everything from fingerprints to hand-dominance to orientation. There are many cases in which one twin is straight and the other isn't.
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I have siblings who are fraternal twins, a brother and a sister.

Both are gay.

I love them both with all my heart, and their sexual orientation is no more significant to me than the color of their eyes, or the length of their toes....

:)

“Truly Pro-Life”

Since: Nov 11

Proudly Pro-choice

#301033 Jun 18, 2013
No Relativism wrote:
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There are waiting lists of married couples (traditional marriage) waiting to adopt a baby. Your kind is executing babies that couples would love to adopt.
And your kind won't rest until every fertile woman on earth is legally reduced to being an incubator for the infertile.

There are waiting lists of gay couples too....why not stump for THEM to be adoptive parents....oh wait...you also want to be in charge of who gets to raise kids and who doesn't.

What a maroon.

“GOD SO LOVED US”

Since: Aug 08

He Gave His SON,JESUS Christ

#301034 Jun 18, 2013
Katie wrote:
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Good luck to you! You want to shut down the very people trying to protect this country from theocracy. You say you don't support a theocracy, but you are Christian and you do support those people trying to usurp the Constitution and our civil rights. Not every American is Christian, though. So to legislate Christian values and rule on these in courtrooms shuts down every citizen following a different faith.
It *is* the Religious Right you need to be concerned about. The link I offered again is full of factual information. Full of the Religious Right's entire history. Don't be afraid to read it, Rose. Even just a bit at a time.
Maybe you'll understand what I am saying when this country is told it's Catholic. And that you have to follow the Catholic faith. Or their version of it anyway.
The tea party is a political organization they admit it.it's what they are..And they have as much right as does unfortunately a megalomaniac millionaire to exist.

And sorry I did not elect nit pay TH e I R S to fight political battles.

GEORGE BUSH was,pres..He had Congress for a while.

The only religious thing he did was pray for 911 victims along with everyone else in a Church ..Oh he said God bless America..So do most of them.
There was no theocracy proposed nor voted on..you have made these words and people into boogeyman men.

So they want religious values..your admin wants socialistic ones.

Your guys are much closer to getting what they want then the Right ever thought of.

And most if us on the right are fir freedom of speech ..a basic tenet.

And the Constitution..We are for that too.
This will never be a theocracy Katie..that's a scare tactic..it didn't happen under Bush ..the guy you all hate and it won't happen ever.

Unless the extremist Muslims get their way..through terrorism ..

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