Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

There are 311154 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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#304577 Jul 11, 2013
sassy JM wrote:
<quoted text> Hellooooo she denies that she killed her baby. She regrets getting pregnant like SHE SAID .
She is on these abortion threads to SUPPORT ABORTION AS CHOICE.
That is NOT a sorry person Rose. You want to buy that crap go ahead. I CHOOSE to read her posts and believe what I see her posting.
Look how they take you for a fool Rose. Katie called the killed baby a "useless wad of cells" and now she calls discussing that "cruel"???
Wake up.
She came on here as a person uninterested her abortion and was pro life .

After the welcome she got..by judges about her life choice and thus taking her away from even thinking Christians are merciful

Knowing none of God's mercy shown to her...here

She still regrets her abortion..But supports choice.

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#304578 Jul 11, 2013
No Relativism wrote:
Moochelle.
Are you a Believing ..Christian.??

You insist answers so answer.

DO you acknowledge Jesus Christ as your Lord and Saviuir .

You ask every one else what they believe ..So your turn. Please

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#304581 Jul 11, 2013
Katie wrote:
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It is cruel, Rose.
But be prepared for some of the same crap to be flung toward you. I wince when I read their posts to you.
I like you. We may have differing points of view, but we can post back and forth civilly and politely. And I would watch your back just like I would with any one else.
The PLers here, JM, NR, K&P, the trolls, not so much. They play dirty and write dirty. With these folks, it's "us against them". Totally anything but Christian.
Please be careful about what info you give out here. And be prepared to have it be used against you at some point in the future.
Thanks Katie

I have been called naive and stubborn on Here..And a few years ago something else I think.

Called selfish too..But nit going into that as the poster is gone ..fir now anyway

Anyhow my darkest secret was my son ..who I freely posted about .

I am a woman from Fl ..old as dirt who has grandkids..

There it is all out in the open..

:)
Katie

Maple Valley, WA

#304582 Jul 11, 2013
Susanm wrote:
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"Please be careful about what info you give out here. And be prepared to have it be used against you at some point in the future."
Excellent warning, but don't forget this happens from BOTH sides of the issue.
There is too much tit for tat here, agree, Sue. Especially over imagined slights.
Katie

Maple Valley, WA

#304583 Jul 11, 2013
Madam Kindle wrote:
<quoted text>
Thanks Katie
I have been called naive and stubborn on Here..And a few years ago something else I think.
Called selfish too..But nit going into that as the poster is gone ..fir now anyway
Anyhow my darkest secret was my son ..who I freely posted about .
I am a woman from Fl ..old as dirt who has grandkids..
There it is all out in the open..
:)
Didn't you get the memo? Sixty is the new forty!!:-D

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#304585 Jul 11, 2013
Katie wrote:
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Didn't you get the memo? Sixty is the new forty!!:-D
Lol don't I wish...But even though I creak when I walk

Worst is cannot play with the kids,so much

I can get on the floor fine ..l. getting up. Ugh

I can still think enough to post here..thank God for that blessing :)

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#304588 Jul 11, 2013
Huskerlicious wrote:
<quoted text>Go back to her previous posts in years past, you will find out differently, open your eyes.
Lol

Hello stranger ..nice name ..weather good in Nebraska??

I know,what I read from Ladi ..That is good enough for me

“Dan IS the Man”

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#304589 Jul 11, 2013
Huskerlicious wrote:
<quoted text>You are very naive. You believe everything someone tells you like Ladi and foo.
LMAO!!! Funny stuff coming from a sheep who believes everything she's spoonfed from the pulpits.

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#304591 Jul 11, 2013
Long Night Moon 13 wrote:
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LMAO!!! Funny stuff coming from a sheep who believes everything she's spoonfed from the pulpits.
A sheep?? Really ..how can you possibly say such a thing to a new poster ...how can we know???

:)

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#304592 Jul 11, 2013
You did, and I appreciate it.
Katie wrote:
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Yes, Cptr, agree. In my experience losing a child over losing a fetus involves two very different grieving processes. One is centered around a real person who is forever lost to this world, the other is more centered around self; hopes and dreams of a potential that was not realized.
It is not worth arguing or one-upping, imo, because it is very personal and individual.
Which brings it full circle to women deciding to gestate or terminate their unwanted/unhealthy pregnancies.
But to make a blanket statement applicable to all pregnant women and then try to remove civil rights because one experienced a miscarriage is just not a healthy coping strategy. jmo of course.
(think I've offered condolences prior and hope you remember)

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#304593 Jul 11, 2013
I was replying to this:" Of course the surgical procedure that results in the death of a gestating human is way different then a natural miscarriage. " THE procedure--not the variety of procedures.

Twit.
Pete Not Bright wrote:
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No where did I see him say they were. Just that the two are different. and they are, twit.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#304594 Jul 11, 2013
But another tenet of objectivism is that we are all responsible for ourselves and those we accept responsibility for. A fetus cannot be responsible for itself, and its existence is decided by whether the woman decides to take that responsibility; she must take responsibility for her own life as well.

Of course, it's only meaningful if you follow ayn rand, which is virtually impossible in a cohesive society.
Madam Kindle wrote:
Anyone else ever see this
We are not alone
http://www.l4l.org/library/fain.html

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#304596 Jul 11, 2013
You can expect a child, but you never expect the spanish inquisition.
Junket wrote:
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You did. I'm not sure why Sue did not. Society often calls pregnant women "expecting".
http://www.thefreedictionary.com/expecting
From the link:
1. To look forward to the birth of one's child. Used in progressive tenses: His sister is expecting in May.
2. To be pregnant. Used in progressive tenses: My wife is expecting again.
**********
It seems straight forward to me.

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#304597 Jul 11, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
But another tenet of objectivism is that we are all responsible for ourselves and those we accept responsibility for. A fetus cannot be responsible for itself, and its existence is decided by whether the woman decides to take that responsibility; she must take responsibility for her own life as well.
Of course, it's only meaningful if you follow ayn rand, which is virtually impossible in a cohesive society.
<quoted text>
I did not say I agreed with the atheists on there ..just that a pro life
People evidently are not religious

And Ayn Rand ..for the era,she wrote in ..minus,the disappearance part..on the government we now have...strangely prophetic .

Haven't read ATLAS SHRUGGED in decades...But the concept stuck with me .
Striving..working to be the best you can..
Not a,bad concept for a great country.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#304598 Jul 11, 2013
Let's face it, some people suck...and not in a good way.
Madam Kindle wrote:
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Or knowingly ..Or they get treatment for other things won't help prote tthe women they are done with...It's disgraceful
I was married and got myself tested like 20 years ago because of the time lag on symptoms. But MAINLY because a,local dentist ..not mine.
Had given it to his patients..I had had a lit of dental work .
Thank God it had not gotten me.
But if this day and age ..I was sexually active would definitely get tested .
My young friend was dating an HIV positive man...And not using proper protection...thank God. She got tested ..And dumped him
He. Was bisexual. And not at all monogamous.
And a total creep to her..lost an eye from one of his lovers who had aBB gun
My friend took him to surgery..stayed by His side..
Then he moved in with her best friend who had a nice apartment.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#304600 Jul 11, 2013
It would take me about 5 minutes to rip out the batteries and find someone to give that to. And damn RIGHT polly would not be chirping all night. I have a hammer.

Of course, I have two cats, so I figure it would not last long anyway.
Madam Kindle wrote:
OK
ALL OFF TOPIC
JUST saw something on tv ..Lol. have to share
I have seen tv commercials but this lol
Any one have fifteen bucks,lol
https://www.perfectpollypet.com/...

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#304601 Jul 11, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
It would take me about 5 minutes to rip out the batteries and find someone to give that to. And damn RIGHT polly would not be chirping all night. I have a hammer.
Of course, I have two cats, so I figure it would not last long anyway.
<quoted text>
In the ridiculous commercial. It has an off switch .

I cannot believe anyone sane woukd waste the money ..lol

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#304602 Jul 11, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Let's face it, some people suck...and not in a good way.
<quoted text>
Exactly ..this guy was into his looks ..now only has one eye ..patch maybe ..who knows..hope he stays away from her.

She is dear to me but many problems ...

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#304603 Jul 11, 2013
I used to have all her books, including "the necessity of atheism". Objectivism has some good points, but like most philosophies and religions, just isn't practical when strictly adhered to.
Madam Kindle wrote:
<quoted text>
I did not say I agreed with the atheists on there ..just that a pro life
People evidently are not religious
And Ayn Rand ..for the era,she wrote in ..minus,the disappearance part..on the government we now have...strangely prophetic .
Haven't read ATLAS SHRUGGED in decades...But the concept stuck with me .
Striving..working to be the best you can..
Not a,bad concept for a great country.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#304604 Jul 11, 2013
Unfortunately, you can't just slap people and fix them.
Madam Kindle wrote:
<quoted text>
Exactly ..this guy was into his looks ..now only has one eye ..patch maybe ..who knows..hope he stays away from her.
She is dear to me but many problems ...

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