Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

There are 310661 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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“Truly Pro-Life”

Since: Nov 11

Proudly Pro-choice

#316423 Nov 24, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
<quoted text>
Now you're starting to "get it "
I did have an affair. I have paid much for this choice I made years ago.
It's called consequences.
A word you and most of the world would love to banish.
According to most pro choice folks, abortion has bee around since the very start of timE
You paid with your social standing, and the end of your marriage...and you caused your former wife to pay as well...for YOUR misdeeds.

How did having an affair THREATEN YOUR LIFE, you smug sonofabitch?
feces for jesus

East Meadow, NY

#316424 Nov 24, 2013
sassyjm wrote:
<quoted text> I bet that the numbers wouldn't be at 3,000 if abortion wasn't legal. I bet these women would think twice about jumping in the sack without considering the consequences of their actions. I bet they wouldn't be so irresponsible. I bet they would have to use their brains and abstain when they are fertile or think twice about wanting instant gratifications without consequences.
ALL RvW did was allow selfish women to not care about anyone but themselves. Their priorities are ME ME ME and kill their baby if they are unwanted.
Women need to empower themselves with some self control. Stop allowing themselves to be used for sex as single women. Seem like MOST abortions are done on single women after being used. Take a look at the single mothers raising their children with no man present. It's really sad that women don't respect themselves e&#326;ough to be used.
But,you don't seem to care about that as long as they can kill their unwanted child. Does it make you feel powerful to be able to end your childs life?
So, the 15 year old who has an abortion is selfish?

Pathetic and evil judgment; nothing more.

Your opinion bear no relevance on the lives of others.

Since: Dec 09

Location hidden

#316425 Nov 24, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
<quoted text>
Now you're starting to "get it "
I did have an affair. I have paid much for this choice I made years ago.
It's called consequences.
A word you and most of the world would love to banish.
According to most pro choice folks, abortion has bee around since the very start of timE
No, you're not getting it. You were having sex with 2 women at the same time. Those two women got pregnant by you. "They shouldn't get pregnant" doesn't cut it. Dumbarse.

Since: Dec 09

Location hidden

#316426 Nov 24, 2013
not a playa1965 wrote:
<quoted text>But when they do, they should be obligated to gestate regardless, eh?
Your answer is simplistic, and obtuse.
Next...
Exactly.

“Truly Pro-Life”

Since: Nov 11

Proudly Pro-choice

#316427 Nov 24, 2013
feces for jesus wrote:
<quoted text>
So, the 15 year old who has an abortion is selfish?
Pathetic and evil judgment; nothing more.
Your opinion bear no relevance on the lives of others.
Of course she is - she should be obligated to gestate away nine months of her teenage life, and then either raise the resulting child (with no government assistance, of course) or give it away to the nearest set of inferts.

Doesn't matter that she'll wonder for the REST of her life how that child is being raised. That's her punishment for gapping her slutty legs.

Didn't you get the memo?

Since: Dec 09

Location hidden

#316428 Nov 24, 2013
Long Night Moon 13 wrote:
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Hello G.
I hope all is well with Foo, too. And any of the others who have been absent for awhile.
G, I was at my local Walgreen's yesterday and they also had a sign stating the store would be open 24 hours on Thanksgiving day. 24 hours!!
Methinks eventually Thanksgiving will go the way of the dinosaurs.
If you are interested, Time.com has a plethora of stories and opinion articles on the whole subject. According to one article (heavy on stats) Black Friday is dying a slow death because of the stores being open on T-day and the Christmas sales starting earlier and earlier.
Ha! Retailers are killing their own "holiday"!!
While many others are wearing their credit cards thin I'm going to be on the trails running my dinner off.
Have a peaceful Sunday, G.
I'm curious what Wal Marts sales will be this Black Friday after the story came out about them having a food drive for their own employees.
Ink

Levittown, PA

#316429 Nov 24, 2013
not a playa1965 wrote:
<quoted text>Please stop pretending you give a shit about women with unwanted pregnancies.
All you care about is whether or not they subject themselves to your screwed up morality - if they're not properly guilted and shamed, you'd just as soon they have botched abortions.
I know it, you know it, and your misogynist god knows it too.
Would you have trouble obtaining an abortion, if you wanted one? If not, what's your problem?

Do you just think that everyone has to agree with you that abortion is not a morally wrong act? If so, you will wait a long time. I think you will have to be satisfied with the law, use it and expect others to see it as evil.

Morgana 9

“And the Horse You Rode in On”

Since: Sep 08

Minneapolis

#316430 Nov 24, 2013
AyakaNeo wrote:
<quoted text>I'm curious what Wal Marts sales will be this Black Friday after the story came out about them having a food drive for their own employees.
Isn't that something?

Yeah....the compassion of billionaires. You low paid employees should support each other....we billionaires are strapped for cash.

The only people who can stop this insanity is us. Boycott the holidays. Find creative ways of celebrating, I know I am, simply to stick it to them :)

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#316431 Nov 24, 2013
Many women ARE having difficulty obtaining abortions. Thinking abortion is evil is your prerogative; curtailing others` rights over that opinion is not. As someone whose life has been judged as evil by some on at least three different fronts (gaY, atheist, pro-choice), I am acutely aware of the dangers of public opinion denying individual rights.
Ink wrote:
<quoted text>
Would you have trouble obtaining an abortion, if you wanted one? If not, what's your problem?
Do you just think that everyone has to agree with you that abortion is not a morally wrong act? If so, you will wait a long time. I think you will have to be satisfied with the law, use it and expect others to see it as evil.
Ink

Levittown, PA

#316432 Nov 24, 2013
elise in burque wrote:
Looks like, even though the anti-choice lobby was very vocal, Albuquerque voters didn't buy their junk science BS. The proposed ban on abortions after 20 weeks failed. So glad people understood that this was a terrible proposal and squashed it.
Yeah, late term abortionists can still ply their trade and kill third trimester babies even if it means a painful death. They can continue to rake in thousands of dollars for every baby killed.
Sandy wasserphoney

United States

#316433 Nov 24, 2013
He libtards! You hate gun rights because you don't want a victim to be able to defend themselves, against an attacker. You hate guns, because god forbid a law abiding citizen would shoot a criminal in self defense. But YOU LIBTARDS have zero problems with taking millions of babies life's (disproportionally black and brown ones).So keep up the games, I have already fled NYC and moved to America, many more will do so soon. Hey libs I bet you will wish you hadn't banned guns when a random black plays the knockout game on ya no?
Ink

Levittown, PA

#316434 Nov 24, 2013
grumpy wrote:
<quoted text>If you were in Katie's position, adoption would not be any choice. I guess, as it was in my niece's case, no one would adopt her baby
She said she miscarried.
Ink

Levittown, PA

#316435 Nov 24, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Many women ARE having difficulty obtaining abortions. <quoted text>
Why? it is legal in all states.
Sandy wasserphoney

United States

#316436 Nov 24, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Many women ARE having difficulty obtaining abortions. Thinking abortion is evil is your prerogative; curtailing others` rights over that opinion is not. As someone whose life has been judged as evil by some on at least three different fronts (gaY, atheist, pro-choice), I am acutely aware of the dangers of public opinion denying individual rights.
<quoted text>
"Thinking abortion is evil is your prerogative; curtailing others` rights over that opinion is not." Wow a libtard saying there for individual rights, what a crock.You liberal animals have shredded gun rights,libtards tell us how much soda to drink. Libtards in Massachusetts even require a LICENSE to carry fricken pepper spray!You sick obsession with abortion is heavily embedded with RACISM, since black and brown babies are DISPROPORTIONALLY aborted. So look you phoney clown, save you lame BS for your Manhattan white lib buddies.
Gtown71

United States

#316437 Nov 24, 2013
AyakaNeo wrote:
<quoted text>Every woman should have the equal right to make a choice for herself involving her medical/surgical needs and because she is a woman and the only one who can get pregnant, that includes terminating her pregnancy. I propose this Gtown. Since it takes two to tango the man that impregnates a woman that doesn't want to be pregnant but can't get a safe abortion, he should be castrated. Now how many males do you think would grab their nuts and say "uh uh, these are my family jewels..........government and society has no right to make this legal.
Not real sure what you purpose, but you already know the answer, BUT. Many men have had to pay "in many ways, "becouse they has sex and the woman got pregnant, since only women have a choice in the matter :)

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#316438 Nov 24, 2013
" I have already fled NYC and moved to America, many more will do so soon."

Wow, I wonder how many anti-choicers have the wit to feel contact embarrassment because someone so stupid is on their side of the debate. Thank the Divine you're not on the PC side.
Andy McBlackiller

Chicago, IL

#316439 Nov 24, 2013
Bitner wrote:
" I have already fled NYC and moved to America, many more will do so soon."
Wow, I wonder how many anti-choicers have the wit to feel contact embarrassment because someone so stupid is on their side of the debate. Thank the Divine you're not on the PC side.
"anti-choicers" is that what an indoctrinated LIBTARD calls people who are against BABY MURDER?? So ARE YOU "pro choice" on gun rights hum? Are you "pro choice" on soda sizes or helmet laws?? NO you libtarted freaks are only "pro choice" when it comes to MURDERING HELPLESS BABIES.You're kind will BURN in HELL.

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#316440 Nov 24, 2013
Andy McBlackiller wrote:
<quoted text>"anti-choicers " is that what an indoctrinated LIBTARD calls people who are against BABY MURDER?? So ARE YOU "pro choice" on gun rights hum? Are you "pro choice" on soda sizes or helmet laws?? NO you libtarted freaks are only "pro choice" when it comes to MURDERING HELPLESS BABIES.You're kind will BURN in HELL.
I am not liberal.

I own guns.

I find helmet laws ridiculous.

I know of no law that says you can't have the size soda you want. I, personally, couldn't care less what size soda you drink.

No one is talking about "murdering babies", nor would I support any such thing.

There is no such place as "hell". There is no reason any loving Deity would allow such a place. The entire concept makes no theological sense.

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#316441 Nov 24, 2013
Andy McBlackiller wrote:
<quoted text>"anti-choicers " is that what an indoctrinated LIBTARD calls people who are against BABY MURDER?? So ARE YOU "pro choice" on gun rights hum? Are you "pro choice" on soda sizes or helmet laws?? NO you libtarted freaks are only "pro choice" when it comes to MURDERING HELPLESS BABIES.You're kind will BURN in HELL.
Oh, and just btw, I fully support the death penalty, too.

So much for your stupid assumptions.

And guess what? NYC is IN America, Moron.

Like I said, thank the Deities you're not on the PC side of the debate. The anti-choicers can have you, and good luck to them.
Marty McSizzleLibs

Chicago, IL

#316442 Nov 24, 2013
"I know of no law that says you can't have the size soda you want. I, personally, couldn't care less what size soda you drink." Really BLOOMBERG mayor LIBTARD of new city, enacted the soda ban law and is STILL appealing a court decision to strike it down? New York City soft drink size limit
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A limit on soft drink size was to have taken place on March 12, 2013, in New York City. The law, passed by eight members of the city's mayoral-appointed health board with one member abstaining, intended to prohibit the sale of many sweetened drinks more than 16 ounces (0.5 liters) in volume.[1] Under the plan, all restaurants, fast-food joints, delis, movie theaters, sports stadiums and food carts would be barred from selling sugar-sweetened drinks in cups larger than 16 ounces (473 ml). The regulation would not apply to drinks sold in grocery stores including 7-Eleven.[2] In addition, the regulation excludes drinks that are more than 70 percent fruit juice, are diet sodas, or that contain alcohol.[3] The initiative was notably supported by Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

On September 13, 2012, New York City's Board of Health voted unanimously in favor of the proposed regulation.[4] The limit was to be enforced by the city's regular restaurant inspection team, and the law allowed restaurant owners nine months to adapt to the changes before facing fines.[5] Those plans fell through due to the invalidation of the law by New York Supreme Court Judge Milton Tingling on March 11, 2013.[6] The office of Mayor Bloomberg has indicated that the city will appeal.[7] On June 11, 2013, the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene went to court to fight the ruling that blocked the ban.[8] On July 30, 2013, an appeals court ruled against the proposed soda ban, saying it violates "the principle of separation of powers" and the board "failed to act within the bounds of its lawfully delegated authority".[9]

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