Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

There are 330420 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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“Blessed Be”

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#302556 Jun 28, 2013
persnickety wrote:
<quoted text>There never has been a practicing Catholic pro choice/pro abort. You see being a pro abort or pro choice goes against EVERYTHING the Catholic Church teaches,everything. Therefore you are WRONG.
No, I'm not. You are.

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

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#302558 Jun 28, 2013
persnickety wrote:
<quoted text>what the heck are you posting? Sorry can't understand a word you posted. take a break and find something constructive to do, K?
Hey, Control FREAK, worry about your own time. Spouting hate and bigotry is NOT constructive.
feces for jesus

Brooklyn, NY

#302559 Jun 28, 2013
persnickety wrote:
<quoted text>There never has been a practicing Catholic pro choice/pro abort. You see being a pro abort or pro choice goes against EVERYTHING the Catholic Church teaches,everything. Therefore you are WRONG.
Spare us your endless, hypocritical judgements. I bet you think your sh11t doesnt stink. You do not decide who is catholic, piggy Peggy. Those 20-30% who have aborted and follow your religion would disagree with your judgement.
How about you "work out your own salvation with fear and trembling" instead of pointing fingers at everyone in the world.

“Truly Pro-Life”

Since: Nov 11

Proudly Pro-choice

#302562 Jun 28, 2013
sassy JM wrote:
<quoted text> An ectopic pregnacy situation has to be treated as I previously stated...removal of the little life or tube with (most likely)deceased life attached. Not an elective abortion. That for sure is the "life saving " scenerio where a life must be removed and like i said...
1. It is most likely deceased
2. It is a removal not a direct ripping to pieces wthat life in order to kill it. It is a indirect death.
Btw....hi nasty nana. I know why your hiding. If i was you, i would too.
Well, you're not me, and I'm not her, although I'm sure both of us would be bettered by becoming so.

And for your information, every abortion is elective. No one forces a woman to have an ectopic pregnancy removed...so I take it you would ELECT to save your own life in that regard (and most anyone would.) Though there have been women who didn't, I'll take the above to mean you wouldn't be one of them.

Which, obviously, belies your previous statement.


Tell me, what's your stance on human embryos which are cultivated for the purpose of in-vitro fertilization, and subsequently discarded as 'unnecessary' to that procedures purposes?

As would be the human embryo housed in your hypothetical fallopian tube, those human embryos end up JUST AS DEAD by the hand of a person....regardless of how you choose to spin it.

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

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#302563 Jun 28, 2013
persnickety wrote:
<quoted text>Right....Catholic doctrine calls for standing up for the slaughter of innocents....right , you are full of excrement, Satan's excrement.
Wasn't talking about RCC doctrine. I was talking about the fact that there are many practicing Catholics who are pro-choice, and you have no authority to say otherwise. You're no one.

“Blessed Be”

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#302564 Jun 28, 2013
persnickety wrote:
<quoted text>Take your own advice.
I'm not the one telling others not to get off the computer and do something "constructive". You are.

“Blessed Be”

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#302565 Jun 28, 2013
LOL, editing error. Should have read I'm not the one telling others TO get off the computer and do something "constructive".

“GO BLACKHAWKS!!”

Since: Dec 07

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#302566 Jun 28, 2013
sassy JM wrote:
<quoted text> At least your honest enough to admit that( re your first sentence)....and that your Uncle disobeyed his church doctrine.
He took a vow and that is really sad :(
With all due respect, there's no need for sadness. My cousin suffered a horrible mental illness, suffered horribly as she was dying of cancer and we believe that she was finally free and at peace in death. The family chose what they felt was right for *her* regarding her cremated remains. If God disagrees, so be it.

“GO BLACKHAWKS!!”

Since: Dec 07

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#302567 Jun 28, 2013
godless by choice wrote:
"persnickety" AKA "oxygen thief"
Yep, she needs to find out what he really does if he is because she can get him in trouble big time, one of his parisheners could be reading this thread and go straight to the Bishop.
yeah because thats what you cowards do,tell on each other,to busy trying to control others,
What's really amusing is no one even knows my uncle's name or which parish he's at. I really can't believe some folks have gone ape shit because the family did not bury my cousins cremated remains and respected her daughters wish to sprinkle her ashes in her mothers favorite places. While I am sad at the loss of my cousin, as she was very dear to me, I am happy to know that she is no longer suffering, mentally and physically, and is "free". What was done regarding her remains was out of love and if that angers God then I'll stand before Him and accept whatever judgment He bestows on me come my judgment day.

“GO BLACKHAWKS!!”

Since: Dec 07

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#302568 Jun 28, 2013
Bitner wrote:
<quoted text><snipped>
I was talking about your use of the word choiceS, not your misspelling of family's.
Apparently, there is some confusion when I said "we" in regards to my family. In regards to my cousin, "we" refers to my uncle, aunt, his children, his grandchild and me. I regard my uncle as my 2nd father and I am very much a part of his immediate family. The family believed cremation was the best choice and with everything my cousin went through, especially being committed to a mental facility for damn near 15 or so years, we totally understood her daughters wish to sprinkle her mothers ashes in the places she loved to visit before her mental illness got the best of her. She wanted her mother to be "free".

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

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#302569 Jun 28, 2013
-Michelle- wrote:
<quoted text>
Apparently, there is some confusion when I said "we" in regards to my family. In regards to my cousin, "we" refers to my uncle, aunt, his children, his grandchild and me. I regard my uncle as my 2nd father and I am very much a part of his immediate family. The family believed cremation was the best choice and with everything my cousin went through, especially being committed to a mental facility for damn near 15 or so years, we totally understood her daughters wish to sprinkle her mothers ashes in the places she loved to visit before her mental illness got the best of her. She wanted her mother to be "free".
I see nothing wrong with that, but apparently they feel they have the right to judge you. They don't.

I also read it as her dishonest attempt to imply that all your family's choices were against RCC doctrine, though, so I corrected her. You were talking about one choice regarding one burial.
No Relativism

Chicago, IL

#302570 Jun 28, 2013
-Michelle- wrote:
<quoted text>
What's really amusing is no one even knows my uncle's name or which parish he's at. I really can't believe some folks have gone ape shit because the family did not bury my cousins cremated remains and respected her daughters wish to sprinkle her ashes in her mothers favorite places. While I am sad at the loss of my cousin, as she was very dear to me, I am happy to know that she is no longer suffering, mentally and physically, and is "free". What was done regarding her remains was out of love and if that angers God then I'll stand before Him and accept whatever judgment He bestows on me come my judgment day.
Michelle: "I really can't believe some folks have gone ape shit because the family did not bury my cousins cremated remains and respected her daughters wish to sprinkle her ashes in her mothers favorite places."
__________

The problem is that YOU are a lapsed Catholic. You are not a practicing Catholic in the least.

By "I can't believe" you mean that you wish others would think as a fallen-away Catholic thinks......that is, as you think.

You're a proabort, EX-Catholic mess and I don't want to think like you about anything.

Now, run along and stop being such a fake.
No Relativism

Chicago, IL

#302571 Jun 28, 2013
Bitner wrote:
<quoted text>
I see nothing wrong with that, but apparently they feel they have the right to judge you. They don't.
I also read it as her dishonest attempt to imply that all your family's choices were against RCC doctrine, though, so I corrected her. You were talking about one choice regarding one burial.
bHitler: "I see nothing wrong with that"
_________

Of course you don't.

In addition to you and Michelle both being morbidly obese, you're also both EX-Catholics.

“GO BLACKHAWKS!!”

Since: Dec 07

Home of Lord Stanley!

#302572 Jun 28, 2013
Bitner wrote:
<quoted text>
I see nothing wrong with that, but apparently they feel they have the right to judge you. They don't.
I also read it as her dishonest attempt to imply that all your family's choices were against RCC doctrine, though, so I corrected her. You were talking about one choice regarding one burial.
The only thing that went against doctrine was not burying her. In fact, she's the only family member I've known that was cremated. Everyone else does a burial. I'm probably the only one who wants to be cremated. My dad is against it. My mom has no opinion otherwise. My son and my SO are willing to respect my wishes and I told them in the event that they cannot bring themselves to cremate me while "Disco Inferno(Burn Baby Burn) plays in the background and that they *must* bury me then they have to bury me with the ashes of my pets, some Cubs and Blackhawks memorabilia and have the Mariachi's serenade me while I'm being lowered into the ground. I gotta go in style, LMAO!!

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

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#302573 Jun 28, 2013
No Relativism wrote:
<quoted text>
bHitler: "I see nothing wrong with that"
_________
Of course you don't.
In addition to you and Michelle both being morbidly obese, you're also both EX-Catholics.
Ah, another shallow, hate-filled person who thinks someone's appearance is the most important thing about them. I can always lose weight. But YOU? You will always be ugly inside, no matter what you look like on the outside.

Michelle is not an ex-Catholic. You ALSO don't have any authority on whether or not someone is "really" Catholic. Yes, yes, we know...you THINK you're "God", but you're not.

“Blessed Be”

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#302574 Jun 28, 2013
-Michelle- wrote:
<quoted text>
The only thing that went against doctrine was not burying her. In fact, she's the only family member I've known that was cremated. Everyone else does a burial. I'm probably the only one who wants to be cremated. My dad is against it. My mom has no opinion otherwise. My son and my SO are willing to respect my wishes and I told them in the event that they cannot bring themselves to cremate me while "Disco Inferno(Burn Baby Burn) plays in the background and that they *must* bury me then they have to bury me with the ashes of my pets, some Cubs and Blackhawks memorabilia and have the Mariachi's serenade me while I'm being lowered into the ground. I gotta go in style, LMAO!!
You go, girl! My husband wants to be put out to sea in a boat, and have flaming arrows shot at it until it burns. I told him that's illegal, and he said his last wish should be worth getting arrested for :) Not happening, lol.

Since: Jun 13

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#302575 Jun 28, 2013
sassy JM wrote:
<quoted text>I know your opinion of knit Rose.You've voiced your opinion MANY times over..every day. You are most certainly entitled to that belief but I think you are using knit at this point for gossip purposes. Otherwise, you would attempt to ignore her posts. The proaborts know that you think that she is a fake Christian. That's accomplished. I personally do not think that she is. Not liking how someone acts doesn't equate to them being a fake Christian.
You have no problem with the bigotry of Proaborts or their ugly, attacking posts and yet most claim to believe in God too. They arent making people of God look bad in uour opinion though?
Sorry but you're being a bit hypocritical. You also at first accused me of being another poster like you hated that knit did to you but you are not wrong for doing it but she is?
There are a few posters on here that i choose to ignore. I don't read their posts. See how easy that is?
By the way..so you know,.

Last week I had surgery and did nit feel up to continuing a,political argument that has,no answer on either side...

I posted a,calm answer stating so and went to bed.

The next day I be and Madame be s use,I still do nit to be Seriuos. On THUS,board and Madame..my kindle has been running Joke.

And I get testy when I am in pain.

EVERY POSTER ..regular Here respected my wishes as we are all people behind the screen names
So fir days,I posted basalt knit..as,soon as,she figured out who j as she started with thE ROSEY garbage,..
M y name is,Rise nit Rosey ..

So ignoring her is evidently y nit an option. But yes I should have e but Madame US testy

So sue me.

“GO BLACKHAWKS!!”

Since: Dec 07

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#302576 Jun 28, 2013
Bitner wrote:
<quoted text>
You go, girl! My husband wants to be put out to sea in a boat, and have flaming arrows shot at it until it burns. I told him that's illegal, and he said his last wish should be worth getting arrested for :) Not happening, lol.
OMG!! That would be AMAZING! What an interesting way to go. Whenever someone in my family passes, we always put things that mattered to them in their casket. Things such as pictures, sports memorabilia, ashes of pets, stuffed animals and things like that. When my cousin was killed a few years ago, everyone put so many things in there with him that we weren't sure if the pallbearers would be able to carry him out, lol. We already told my grandma we're going to bury her with her rolling pin just in case she needs it in the "Big Kitchen in the Sky" or to regulate on bad kids up there, LMAO!!:o)
Gtown71

United States

#302577 Jun 28, 2013
Bitner wrote:
<quoted text>
You go, girl! My husband wants to be put out to sea in a boat, and have flaming arrows shot at it until it burns. I told him that's illegal, and he said his last wish should be worth getting arrested for :) Not happening, lol.
Great Idea. I tell my wife, it don't matter what she does with my "shell", becouse the "NUT" WILL BE GONE! LOL

“Dan IS the Man”

Since: May 12

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#302580 Jun 28, 2013
persnickety wrote:
<quoted text>Your name is Rise?
You're so petty.

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