Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

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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. Full Story

Since: Dec 09

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#314673 Nov 3, 2013
DAVID27 wrote:
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No I'm not at all.
You let Peter slide and remained silent for the very same infraction you called me on.
Show me where I ever did the same thing. Show me where I remained silent in the face of someone who did the same thing peter did.
I would have taken ANYONE to task who tried to claim that God forbids us to judge, regardless of where they stood on the issue of abortion.
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Example ?
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No he isn't, is he ?
Which makes his ridiculously incorrect interpretation of God's CLEAR(at least in this instance)word, even more pathetic.
Read this last sentence very slowly. You know for a fact his interpretation is incorrect and God is clear? If it were clear why do we interpret it differently? You're both right, get over it.
Ink

Levittown, PA

#314674 Nov 3, 2013
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text>Uh huh. Settle down. You'll try to argue over anything, absolutely anything. I'm more selective, but to each her own. Try to have as nice a day as you can manage, ma'am.
Elise quote;

"Did anyone see the anti-choice propaganda cards being dropped into trick-or-treat bags this Halloween? I wonder how much these "prolifers" would appreciate pro-choice messages being distributed to their children this way? Interesting that it's only anti-choicers doing it. Completely inappropriate for either side, imo."

Typical, of you to throw your bombs and pretend you didn't say anything of the sort.

Since: Dec 09

Location hidden

#314675 Nov 3, 2013
Ink wrote:
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The news story says it was. You brought it up.
The cards are from the RTL movement Ink, they are just not involved in putting them in trick or treat bags but they don't disagree with the fact it was done at the time it was because evidently there is a vote coming up to outlaw late-term abortions.

"The cards are from the Right to Life movement, but they are not part of the campaign in Albuquerque to outlaw late-term abortions. Elisa Martinez heads that effort with the group called Protect ABQ Women and Children.
“No, it’s not our organization,” Martinez said Friday.“Everything that we’re putting out is focused on this ordinance and passing the ordinance. Whatever anyone else feels empowered to do, we’re not going to stop them.”

“Truly Pro-Life”

Since: Nov 11

Proudly Pro-choice

#314676 Nov 3, 2013
Ink wrote:
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The news story says it was. You brought it up.
And had it been pro-choice propaganda, whether it was one woman, or a whole crop, of rabid pro-choicers handing out pro-choice cards to kids on Halloween, You'd almost assuredly be at the courthouse, card in hand, as soon as the doors opened the next day. Foaming at the District Attorney to prosecute the evil pro-choice folks for assault, and acting as if the card disseminators were a child pornography ring.

Next...

Since: Jun 08

Atrisco Village

#314677 Nov 3, 2013
Ink wrote:
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Elise quote;
"Did anyone see the anti-choice propaganda cards being dropped into trick-or-treat bags this Halloween? I wonder how much these "prolifers" would appreciate pro-choice messages being distributed to their children this way? Interesting that it's only anti-choicers doing it. Completely inappropriate for either side, imo."
Typical, of you to throw your bombs and pretend you didn't say anything of the sort.
Yeah, okay, mama. I see you wear the Mantle of the Tedious Nag with pride. It was generous of LLLily to give you her hand-me-downs. Jesus H. Christ, get over yourself, already.
shades of memories

Bronx, NY

#314678 Nov 3, 2013
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah, okay, mama. I see you wear the Mantle of the Tedious Nag with pride. It was generous of LLLily to give you her hand-me-downs. Jesus H. Christ, get over yourself, already.
You were proved a troublemaker and phony.

Go cry yourself to sleep.

Since: Jun 08

Atrisco Village

#314679 Nov 3, 2013
AyakaNeo wrote:
<quoted text>The cards are from the RTL movement Ink, they are just not involved in putting them in trick or treat bags but they don't disagree with the fact it was done at the time it was because evidently there is a vote coming up to outlaw late-term abortions.
"The cards are from the Right to Life movement, but they are not part of the campaign in Albuquerque to outlaw late-term abortions. Elisa Martinez heads that effort with the group called Protect ABQ Women and Children.
“No, it’s not our organization,” Martinez said Friday.“Everything that we’re putting out is focused on this ordinance and passing the ordinance. Whatever anyone else feels empowered to do, we’re not going to stop them.”
It's okay. Ink has to find something to argue about. I'm glad I could help her satisfy her compulsion.
shades of memories

Bronx, NY

#314680 Nov 3, 2013
WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS,ATTACK!!

What a cowardly bunch of pro-death,anti-life maniacs.
sassyjm

Lake Grove, NY

#314682 Nov 3, 2013
http://www.lifenews.com/2013/05/08/reporter-c...

Reporter covering Gosnells trial. Bet nobody on here wants to hear his thoughts on it(how he had a change of heart due to what he heard).

They point out how the media has minimal coverage on this trial. How convenient?

Nah,more like....can anyone say AGENDA?

Deception. The name of the proabortion movements game.
sassyjm

Lake Grove, NY

#314683 Nov 3, 2013
Ink wrote:
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Elise quote;
"Did anyone see the anti-choice propaganda cards being dropped into trick-or-treat bags this Halloween? I wonder how much these "prolifers" would appreciate pro-choice messages being distributed to their children this way? Interesting that it's only anti-choicers doing it. Completely inappropriate for either side, imo."
Typical, of you to throw your bombs and pretend you didn't say anything of the sort.
It's apparently not "inappropriate" to shove those very ideas down childrens throats when in school though.

I bet they have no problem with UNICEF putting their anti-life propaganda in the Halloween bags.
sassyjm

Lake Grove, NY

#314684 Nov 3, 2013
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text>I can't post a link on my phone, sorry. It happened in Albuquerque. Also, someone said they saw the same thing in Texas.
Someone? Who's this "someone"? Another pro-abort jumping the bandwagon to deceptively shed attention?
sassyjm

Lake Grove, NY

#314685 Nov 3, 2013
Ink wrote:
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In chapter 72 of his book Jewish Literacy, he speaks of Jesus as a real person. He didn't agree with all he said of course but as a scholar, it seems he does indeed believe that the man actually lived.
Jewish,Muslim,etc...people believe that Jesus really did exist. The Muslims believe he was a prophet. Obviously though,the ones that did reconize Jesus as the son of God,followed him as such and became Christ followers.

Christian.

Catholic(meaning universal).
sassyjm

Lake Grove, NY

#314686 Nov 3, 2013
not a playa1965 wrote:
<quoted text>The question was, "...what did you say he believed in?"
I've read the Bible from cover to cover 6 times, during the course of childhood, High School 'World Religions' electives, two English Literature courses, and personal curiosity.
So far, darling, it has done more to convince me 'God' DOESN'T CARE, than that he does.
You are exquisitely free, in the USA, to proclaim your lip service to "GOD", or whatever other deity you choose to worship...even if your deity happens to be a fetus which might be aborted.
Holy lubricated proboscis, Batman!!!
D'ya think we can slip this long nose of ours past the Fallopian tubes, and into the holy grail of holiest of holeys, Batman?
(Or is that 'birdman'....?)
Hmmmmmmm........
""""I've read the Bible from cover to cover 6 times"""
""""So far, darling, it has done more to convince me 'God' DOESN'T CARE, than that he does"""" "

You've clearly misunderstood his love story.

You need to pray to the Holy Spirit of God(who inspired the men who wrote it),to open up your heart and mind to be able to accept and comprehend it.

Since: Jun 08

Atrisco Village

#314687 Nov 3, 2013
sassyjm wrote:
<quoted text>It's apparently not "inappropriate" to shove those very ideas down childrens throats when in school though.
I bet they have no problem with UNICEF putting their anti-life propaganda in the Halloween bags.
What is UNICEF putting in Halloween bags? What ideas about abortion are being taught in schools? Did you see this happening and where and how many times? Come on, Ink is ready to pounce! If she's fair she'll expect you to meet her particular criteria for a post this thread, dammit. You can't just post a comment, you know.
Never mind, sassy, she'll kiss your butt. You're on her side.

Since: Jun 08

Atrisco Village

#314688 Nov 3, 2013
sassyjm wrote:
<quoted text>Someone? Who's this "someone"? Another pro-abort jumping the bandwagon to deceptively shed attention?
Sassy, gosh and golly, believe it or not, there are these zealots on both sides who do inappropriate things. These were pro-lifers, this time. There's an Albuquerque blog that posted the pics from NM and Texas. They were clearly legit and even the prolifers could see that and didn't dispute them. You are allowed to believe it ot not. Doesn't matter one bit. You people are way too highly reactive (both sides). Maybe it's because I've been gone for a while. Stop with the conspiracy theory bullshit, already, please.

“Truly Pro-Life”

Since: Nov 11

Proudly Pro-choice

#314689 Nov 3, 2013
sassyjm wrote:
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""""I've read the Bible from cover to cover 6 times"""
""""So far, darling, it has done more to convince me 'God' DOESN'T CARE, than that he does"""" "
You've clearly misunderstood his love story.
You need to pray to the Holy Spirit of God(who inspired the men who wrote it),to open up your heart and mind to be able to accept and comprehend it.
We're basically an ant farm, hon...and "God" is the irritated little kid who keeps us on his desk, until he gets bored, and decides to shake the glass...

Since: Jun 08

Atrisco Village

#314690 Nov 3, 2013
not a playa1965 wrote:
<quoted text>We're basically an ant farm, hon...and "God" is the irritated little kid who keeps us on his desk, until he gets bored, and decides to shake the glass...
Pretty sick love story, imo. No thank you.

Since: Dec 09

Location hidden

#314691 Nov 3, 2013
sassyjm wrote:
http://www.lifenews.com/2013/0 5/08/reporter-covering-gosnell -murder-trial-changes-his-mind -on-abortion/
Reporter covering Gosnells trial. Bet nobody on here wants to hear his thoughts on it(how he had a change of heart due to what he heard).
They point out how the media has minimal coverage on this trial. How convenient?
Nah,more like....can anyone say AGENDA?
Deception. The name of the proabortion movements game.
It's great he did Sassy, not sure what reaction you expected. Being in the position he is in perhaps he will have some influence on the lack of inspections of clinics.
Gtown71

United States

#314692 Nov 3, 2013
Long Night Moon 13 wrote:
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And who says your outlook is right and his is wrong?
A million people will read the bible and come out with a million different "outlooks", so in the end the bible does nothing to clarify what an alleged God wants for/from his people.
The bible is extremely obtuse/symbolic/metaphorical and just plain confusing. Why wouldn't a God choose to be be more direct and straightforward so the readers of his word would understand, universally, exactly what he meant?
I believe the bible tells us all where we stand, and what God wants.
I will say, that BEFORE I met God, and He saved me "born again ", that I thought as you do, and that the bible was confusing.

Not to mention all of the different denominations, which say they have it RIGHT, and know the RIGHT way.

I never desired to read the bible.
I never desired to go to any church.
I never desired to be around anyone who did do any mentioned above.

All I can say, is after that night God woke me up, and I "yeilded" to Him, it was like a complete turn around.

I wasn't around anyone who was a christian, but yet I began to have a deep desire to read the Bible, and watch preaching, and be around any and all who were like minded.

I simply couldn't stop talking about God, to everyone I met, regardless of what they believed.

So I guess I'm trying to say, that untill someone has been enlighten by the Holy Spirit, then the bible is just another book, in many ways.

It still has the power to convict one's heart though, so please keep reading it, and just ask God to show you.

He can, and will.

Since: Dec 09

Location hidden

#314694 Nov 3, 2013
sassyjm wrote:
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""""I've read the Bible from cover to cover 6 times"""
""""So far, darling, it has done more to convince me 'God' DOESN'T CARE, than that he does"""" "
You've clearly misunderstood his love story.
You need to pray to the Holy Spirit of God(who inspired the men who wrote it),to open up your heart and mind to be able to accept and comprehend it.
6 times huh and you still can't get it right, may as well throw it out.

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