Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

There are 321901 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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Morgana 9

“And the Horse You Rode in On”

Since: Sep 08

Minneapolis

#320375 Jan 9, 2014
Gtown71 wrote:
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YOU'RE WRONG !!! Her husband was only concerened for his wife's health!
Did'nt you read what she said???:)
And you doubt that? Or can't imagine that? Which is it?
katie

Kent, WA

#320376 Jan 9, 2014
Morgana 9 wrote:
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I am glad I have a husband who is concerned about me, who cares about my health and welfare. I know that is hard or you to imagine. I never doubted that.
You sound like you have a good man for a husband, Morgana. It is hard for a lot of them to imagine caring for the health and welfare of the pregnant woman since several of them seem to spend so much time empathizing with embryonic/fetal life. To the point where the woman becomes invisible even as the embryo/fetus is unaware of its own existence orr that of its mother.

Some, like NR, spend so much time imaging the horrors of death they pay no attention to the life that's living. Like what happened to that dentist in Ireland. Her husband cared about her health and welfare above and beyond that of the fetus she carried. Or that husband in Texas whose wife has been declared brain dead but legally forced to be on ALS against her wishes because she's pregnant. Some of the posters seem incapable of understanding that type of real, unconditional love. jmo

Since: Mar 08

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#320377 Jan 9, 2014
Morgana 9 wrote:
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Does that bother you? Obviously.
Your abortion? No, not in the least! Duh! Do you not know my stance? My problem with you is that I've never known anyone to whine as much as you do. Perhaps a nice assortment of cheese would do you nicely!

Quite down with your roars woman! lol

grrrrrrrrr

Since: Mar 08

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#320378 Jan 9, 2014
Quiet down with your roars!((oops)) lol

Since: Mar 08

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#320379 Jan 9, 2014
Morgana 9 wrote:
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I was in my 40's, 42 to be exact 3 weeks pregnant and I looked 4-5 months due to tumors. My first pregnancy was difficult and I have to have a c-section. My first pregnancy was lucky to turn out well as I developed Polyhydramnios And yes that is correct my health and welfare. I am sure you are better equipped to have made a decision for us.
Waaaaaah! First pregnancy, same thing, as well as the second. Went to 200 lbs on my first, and started at 104! Went to 180 with my second, ended in a c-section as well. But you can relax, I'm at a stable 130! I too can sit here and complain, cry, whoas me till the cows come home. Everyone has a sob story, I'm just sick of hearing yours, and apparently everyone you know that came to you with theirs.

All these men that you know that are complete Aholes... and how every woman you practically know has pretty much been abandoned by these said aholes....how bad they have it, and how much a woman risks .... blah blah blah blah

Do you like cheddar?

Since: Mar 08

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#320380 Jan 9, 2014
Morgana 9 wrote:
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I am glad I have a husband who is concerned about me, who cares about my health and welfare. I know that is hard or you to imagine. I never doubted that.
You must be THRILLED! And how easily thrilled you get! hahahahhahah

Since: Mar 08

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#320381 Jan 9, 2014
sassyjm wrote:
<quoted text> "My husband agreed"
Seriously, do you think he had a choice?

GRRRRRRR
katie

Kent, WA

#320382 Jan 9, 2014
R C Honey wrote:
Keep in mind people, a lot of my opinion is based from where I live.
"There are some countries and states that do not have limits on abortion- for example, Canada has no time limits. "
Finding a Doctor to perform it would be hard, but can be done.
Please don't ask me to find it,,, I mean I can, but it will take time.
Here notaplaya
A woman here was so distraught over her husband having an affair, she terminated her pregnancy in the 8th month and admitted to doing it out of spite.(no problem with her health and the baby was healthy)
That's why I came up with that stupid scenario, because that stupid scenario existed, and could 'exist' again.
And again, I agree with you, she was MENTAL!
Well, you can't make laws trying to prevent one or two instances of irregular behavior when it's serving millions of pregnant women annually. Or you can't tell millions of women they don't get to determine their own pregnancies because one or two might make bad decisions or decisions you find scandalous or for whatever just plain disagree with.

Since: Mar 08

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#320383 Jan 9, 2014
katie wrote:
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Well, you can't make laws trying to prevent one or two instances of irregular behavior when it's serving millions of pregnant women annually. Or you can't tell millions of women they don't get to determine their own pregnancies because one or two might make bad decisions or decisions you find scandalous or for whatever just plain disagree with.
Ya, I know. Just wanted an opinion on that, and I believe it to be the norm. The woman was MENTAL!

Since: Mar 08

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#320384 Jan 9, 2014
katie wrote:
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Or that husband in Texas whose wife has been declared brain dead but legally forced to be on ALS against her wishes because she's pregnant. Some of the posters seem incapable of understanding that type of real, unconditional love. jmo
THAT I don't get. WTH is up with that?

Vows under God, and he speaks for her, when she can't, and what he says doesn't matter???!!! Whoa
katie

Kent, WA

#320386 Jan 9, 2014
R C Honey wrote:
<quoted text>Ya, I know. Just wanted an opinion on that, and I believe it to be the norm. The woman was MENTAL!
What do you believe is the norm?

Since: Mar 08

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#320387 Jan 9, 2014
katie wrote:
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What do you believe is the norm?
That most people would agree that a woman having an abortion in the 8th month of pregnancy when she was healthy, and the baby was healthy, and did it out of spite to hurt the man/husband/boyfriend (forget which) is 'mental'.

Since: Mar 08

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#320388 Jan 9, 2014
She admitted it too.
katie

Kent, WA

#320389 Jan 9, 2014
R C Honey wrote:
She admitted it too.
I'm trying to understand what doctor would go along with it. And that she must not have admitted to doing it out of spite to the doctor. But maybe better a later term abortion than a baby capable of feeling pain being tossed in the oven or microwave or thrown in a tub of boiling water out of spite. Does anyone want a woman like that actually parenting? If she was that mental during pregnancy, it might've been a lot worse after delivery. Post partum psychosis seems like it might fit here had she delivered.

Morgana 9

“And the Horse You Rode in On”

Since: Sep 08

Minneapolis

#320390 Jan 9, 2014
R C Honey wrote:
<quoted text>Waaaaaah! First pregnancy, same thing, as well as the second. Went to 200 lbs on my first, and started at 104! Went to 180 with my second, ended in a c-section as well. But you can relax, I'm at a stable 130! I too can sit here and complain, cry, whoas me till the cows come home. Everyone has a sob story, I'm just sick of hearing yours, and apparently everyone you know that came to you with theirs.
All these men that you know that are complete Aholes... and how every woman you practically know has pretty much been abandoned by these said aholes....how bad they have it, and how much a woman risks .... blah blah blah blah
Do you like cheddar?
Know what? I don't give a flying fck what you think, what you don't want to hear, your experiences or about your phoney ass at all. Don't read my posts...scroll and stroll or take a pass on forums ya dumb bitch. Clear enough?

Morgana 9

“And the Horse You Rode in On”

Since: Sep 08

Minneapolis

#320391 Jan 9, 2014
katie wrote:
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Miss I'd rather my daughter die than receive a life-saving abortion.
Seriously?

She actually stands by that?

I thought she loved her kids? Guess not!
katie

Kent, WA

#320393 Jan 9, 2014
Morgana 9 wrote:
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Seriously?
She actually stands by that?
I thought she loved her kids? Guess not!
Yep, seriously. But she insists her adult daughter would want to refuse the life saving abortion because they're all "prolife". And yet she can't see or realize it makes her no different than Michael Schiavo... even as she still vilifies him for wanting to follow his first wife's wishes..

Morgana 9

“And the Horse You Rode in On”

Since: Sep 08

Minneapolis

#320394 Jan 9, 2014
katie wrote:
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You sound like you have a good man for a husband, Morgana. It is hard for a lot of them to imagine caring for the health and welfare of the pregnant woman since several of them seem to spend so much time empathizing with embryonic/fetal life. To the point where the woman becomes invisible even as the embryo/fetus is unaware of its own existence orr that of its mother.
Some, like NR, spend so much time imaging the horrors of death they pay no attention to the life that's living. Like what happened to that dentist in Ireland. Her husband cared about her health and welfare above and beyond that of the fetus she carried. Or that husband in Texas whose wife has been declared brain dead but legally forced to be on ALS against her wishes because she's pregnant. Some of the posters seem incapable of understanding that type of real, unconditional love. jmo
Yep! He is great guy and we have been together a long time through good and bad times.

No, they really do not care about the women/girls, they try to skate around it but it surfaces when they are cornered. Women/girls are not human to them, they are machines with one purpose only. Saying it outright just would not look good for them.
katie

Kent, WA

#320395 Jan 9, 2014
Here's what I found when searching out Canadian woman aborts pregnancy at 8 1/2 months. The woman had the affair, not the husband. In this instance, the husband is standing by her and wants them to remain a family and raise their young children. Is this what you referred to, Rachel? Or something different altogether? It's similar to what you posted, but just barely.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-23401...
katie

Kent, WA

#320396 Jan 9, 2014
Morgana 9 wrote:
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Yep! He is great guy and we have been together a long time through good and bad times.
No, they really do not care about the women/girls, they try to skate around it but it surfaces when they are cornered. Women/girls are not human to them, they are machines with one purpose only. Saying it outright just would not look good for them.
Yes indeed! Saying it outright does not look good for them. And all the dancing they accuse us with is actually their own side stepping away from this fact.

Congratulations on your long marriage, Morgana :)

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