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.
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That's hilarious!
Biomedical waste is any biological tissue OR ITS CONTAINERS (used blood bags, syringes), including amputated limbs, and even aborted fetuses Who cares? It's no different than burning animal waste. You want it to lay around and rot? Cremation is cremation, toots.
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Yeah just go to the local abortion clinic and get some aborted fetuses for your wood stove to keep the house warm.
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You may have never looked at children who are poor, have deadbeat parents, have disabilities that make them feel different and thought they don't deserve to be here.
But, I'd bet my left testicle that if you were to see these people in real life:
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
You'd look at them and thought they don't deserve the fate they are enduring.
Bottom line, all you can offer these kids or people is your pity, because I'm sure you've not done one g-ddamned thing to help any one of them.
So, for all practical purposes, all you're doing is talking the talk. And there is an old saying that goes like "actions speak louder than words."
What you people need to do is mind your own business when it comes to a woman's decisions related to her pregnancy choices and if anything, spend a lot of time praying for abortion to end.
40 years dummies like you have been doing that and it has availed to nothing, and I tell you why; G-d does not go against the most important gift he have man/women; free will.
Pro-choice, or whatever other name you wish to call it, is nothing more than the advocacy of allowing a woman to exercise her G-d given, and constitutionally protected, free will to kill her unborn "baby" if she deems it necessary, or if she wants it. The consequences of her actions are for her to face alone.
We are on Topix, how can you possibly know what I have or have not done for anyone? Lol Whoopsie.
Words. Words. Words. Nope, still didn't change what it is. And more words.
I could go on and on about the sun, too. I could call it other names, say it's a different color, and blahhhhhh, but if someone goes out and looks at it (wear shades,) then they're going to see that my words meant nothing, because you can't change what the sun is, or what it's purpose is.
One more surprising fact---words, words, another word, a fancy word. And a word that means this. Beat around the bush 8 more times, and end this all with a word. Sheesh, that must be exhausting. It is what it is. The End.
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<quoted text>All your self-righteous pontificating won't take away a woman's right to make autonomous and private medical decisions, including whether to abort a pregnancy or to continue it. Doesn't matter what you personally believe about abortion. The only pregnancies you get to make decisions about are your own. Your abortion porn may turn you on, but it has no effect on reasonable people. Got to get some sleep before my shift. Have a nice day, sassy.
Abortion porn? That's what you got out of people needing to SEE what it really is before deciding where they stand on the matter? Terrific way to dodge the statement/question on the topic of "have you seen what you're supporting". That would be like me concluding that you're "turned on" by women getting abortions, simply because you believe they should be allowed. Why would someone's brain go straight for something x-rated, especially on this topic? Ick! Tell ya what, I have read many stories of people viewing what IT really is, becoming mortified, & switching their views over to Pro-Life.
I have never read even ONE story of a Pro-Lifer seeing what IT really is, then switching over to Pro-Choice. That, in and of itself, speaks volumes.
Seeing is believing.
Do you also turn your head to other injustices you come across in life, because it's "none of your business"? That's such a problem in this country. Everyone only looking out for themselves, & not even realizing that's probably the biggest reason they turn out miserable, lonely, and mad at the world. Give God a try.
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The G-d is the biggest murderer of all, given that greater than 60% of "human beings" don't find their way to implant in the uterus wall.
Case dismissed.
Don't bang that gavel just yet, judge. Who is "the god"? Lol
Is He just "real" when you want to blame Him? Sin brought bad things to this Earth, not God. There's more to life than just your own, ya know. I'm positive that HE isn't "killing" people for his own convenience, or because he's making a financial profit from it. Really?

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There's a difference in worrying about what your neighbors are doing, than worrying about a child's life. How is that too hard to understand?

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whats so hard about "its none of your !@# business"? again NONE OF YOUR BUSINESS!!!!!
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That's hilarious!
Biomedical waste is any biological tissue OR ITS CONTAINERS (used blood bags, syringes), including amputated limbs, and even aborted fetuses Who cares? It's no different than burning animal waste. You want it to lay around and rot? Cremation is cremation, toots.
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You really need to shut up. You're stupid.
Damn, when we were together you never opened your mouth. Well, at least not to speak anyway.

Now shut up, turn around, and just let me feast my eyes on that bulbous, flabby, stanky rear end of yours. Yummmmmm.....
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Other people's children are not commodities for sale to the infertile. Forced adoption is no different than forced abortion. Civil rights to personal privacy and bodily autonomy mean one person at a time makes a decision to accept or reject a medical condition or medical procedure. None of your fluffy words changes this.
Until the newborn is outside the womb, he/she has no civil rights established. Just like the rest of us living in this country. Would you prefer to live in another country without civil rights? Where the gov't chooses for you? Forces you to abort or adopt out against your will?
Didn't think so. So stop wanting it for other American women.
OK then why not kill the child 1 day prior to birth?

Or how about 1 second before birth?

This is not a legal issue it is a moral issue.

Most women suffer emotionally and physically for the rest of their lives when they are forced by society into abortions in a moment of weakness

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OK then why not kill the child 1 day prior to birth?
Or how about 1 second before birth?
This is not a legal issue it is a moral issue.
Most women suffer emotionally and physically for the rest of their lives when they are forced by society into abortions in a moment of weakness
First, explain how to legislate morality. Who's morality is legislated? When and for how long? Does Christian morality take turns with Judaism's? Every third year Muslim morals are legislated? When do those Satanic morals get legislated? And for how long? Do you have any concept of how many different religions, different morals are practiced by a secular nation? Who gets to choose the best one followed? The Dictator?

Second, show scientific medical proof that "Most women suffer emotionally and physically for the rest of their lives when they are forced by society into abortions in a moment of weakness[.]"

Otherwise, I'm left believing that you, personally, believe legally induced pregnancy terminations are wrong and would not choose one for yourself. Lucky for you, in the USA, nobody can legally force you to choose one against your will, thanks to Roe v Wade.

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Heh! Welcome back, CD!
And to elise, good to see you again :)
NAP? Your posts deserve a big hand!
Where's Chicky??
Hello to those reading, but not posting. Happy Friday :-D
Hello, and happy Friday to you too KatieKatieKatie. I'm reading, but not posting (not really reading or posting, but whatever).

Elise, and Bitner put me on to some wild goose chase with the help of CPete, and a few others..... wait,,,, I guess everyone really SO...(unfortunately I can't spend the time I want to here, try not to get too upset over that).

I did take CPete's advice and am causing the mayhem, and debauchery on the sites that so obviously need it......((sigh))

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Shoot guys, I'm getting the impression the Troll Be Gone spray worked again..........

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owwwwww my eyes hurt again ... owww (poof)

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<quoted text>Hello, and happy Friday to you too KatieKatieKatie. I'm reading, but not posting (not really reading or posting, but whatever).
Elise, and Bitner put me on to some wild goose chase with the help of CPete, and a few others..... wait,,,, I guess everyone really SO...(unfortunately I can't spend the time I want to here, try not to get too upset over that).
I did take CPete's advice and am causing the mayhem, and debauchery on the sites that so obviously need it......((sigh))
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What wild goose chase? Where're you posting now? Raising all kinds of hell, I imagine...
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<quoted text>Youve confused me with someone who screams, "Don't have sex."
I never once said that. I know that isn't possible. I know that isn't the solution. I also know that I didn't read much of yours, either, because again, killing is wrong. It's barbaric. Most of you do not actually care about women, or their reproductive "rights". That's why you fight against restrictions that would make clinics safer. That's why you don't care that so many women have been physically and emotionally scarred from it.
What restrictions are you speaking of, that would make clinics safer?

Sorry, but to your last line -- folks gotta live with the consequences of their choices. In this case, a choice that is unforced and legal. Kinda like taking out a mortgage you can't afford. When the foreclosure and eviction come, you shouldn't be surprised.
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OK then why not kill the child 1 day prior to birth?
Or how about 1 second before birth?
This is not a legal issue it is a moral issue.
Most women suffer emotionally and physically for the rest of their lives when they are forced by society into abortions in a moment of weakness
Forced by society? That's rich.

A moment of weakness? Her cross to bear. It's not like she didn't have a ...wait for it....

CHOICE.
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Heh! Welcome back, CD!
And to elise, good to see you again :)
NAP? Your posts deserve a big hand!
Where's Chicky??
Hello to those reading, but not posting. Happy Friday :-D
Happy Friday, Katie!
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First, explain how to legislate morality. Who's morality is legislated? When and for how long? Does Christian morality take turns with Judaism's? Every third year Muslim morals are legislated? When do those Satanic morals get legislated? And for how long? Do you have any concept of how many different religions, different morals are practiced by a secular nation? Who gets to choose the best one followed? The Dictator?
Second, show scientific medical proof that "Most women suffer emotionally and physically for the rest of their lives when they are forced by society into abortions in a moment of weakness[.]"
Otherwise, I'm left believing that you, personally, believe legally induced pregnancy terminations are wrong and would not choose one for yourself. Lucky for you, in the USA, nobody can legally force you to choose one against your will, thanks to Roe v Wade.
All laws boil down to morality or right and wrong.

I do not know what you mean by proof? But there are literally thousands of studies I can point to that show the emotional and physical damage done to Women because of their abortions.

This is not about me or you it is about protecting children who are about to be butchered into pieces or sucked into a vacuum. Try not to be so selfish
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Despite the use of local anesthesia, a full 97% of women having abortions reported experiencing pain during the procedure,[81] which more than a third described as "intense," [82] "severe" or "very severe." [83] Compared to other pains, researchers have rated the pain from abortion as more painful than a bone fracture, about the same as cancer pain, though not as painful as an amputation.[84]

Studies also reveal that younger women tend to find abortion more painful than do older adults,[85] and that patients typically found abortion more painful than their doctors or counselors expected.[86] The use of more powerful general anesthetics can reduce the pain, but significantly increases the risk of cervical injury or uterine perforation.[87]

Complications such as these are common, as are bleeding, hemorrhage,[88] laceration of the cervix,[89] menstrual disturbance,[90] inflammation of the reproductive organs,[91] bladder or bowel perforation,[92] and serious infection.[93]

Even more harmful long term physical complications from abortion may surface later. For example, overzealous currettage can damage the lining of the uterus and lead to permanent infertility.[94] Overall, women who have abortions face an increased risk of ectopic (tubal) pregnancy [95] and a more than doubled risk of future sterility.[96] Perhaps most important of all, the risk of these sorts of complications, along with risks of future miscarriage, increase with each subsequent abortion.[97]

The particular type and severity of complications depend a great deal on the experience of the abortionist and the particular abortion method used. Given that most abortions are performed at abortion clinics rather than by a woman’s regular ob-gyn,[98] the doctor performing the abortion is likely to be a stranger of whose skill and experience a woman knows very little.[99] Such things as an inadequate gynecologic examination prior to the operation, the carelessness of the abortionist, or the retention of fetal and placental tissue can all bring on complications. These kinds of complications can usually be treated and generally subside (though not always),[100] but few women ever return to the clinics for crucial post-operative examinations.[101]

There is strong evidence that abortion increases the risk of breast cancer. A study of more than 1,800 women appearing in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute in 1994 found that overall, women having abortions increased their risk of getting breast cancer before age 45 by 50%. For women under 18 with no previous pregnancies, having an abortion after the 8th week increased the risk of breast cancer 800%. Women with a family history of breast cancer fared even worse. All 12 women participating in the study who had abortions before 18 and had a family history of breast cancer themselves got cancer before age 45.[102]

Of course, death of the mother is the most serious of all complications. Over 200 women have died from legal abortions since 1973.[103] The risk of death increases according to the duration of pregnancy [104] and the complexity of the abortion technique employed.[105]

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And here I thought copying and pasting without valid links went against TOS. Guess not for some.

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All laws boil down to morality or right and wrong.
I do not know what you mean by proof? But there are literally thousands of studies I can point to that show the emotional and physical damage done to Women because of their abortions.
This is not about me or you it is about protecting children who are about to be butchered into pieces or sucked into a vacuum. Try not to be so selfish
This is most definitely about me and other women who have been or will become pregnant. Not sure about your gender, so not sure if it's about you at all. If you're female, it's most definitely about you, too. As for not being selfish, I've raised female children and have female grandchildren whose futures are worth considering so they're not denied their civil rights to personal privacy and bodily autonomy. The PLM and its followers are clearly the selfish ones from my perspective. These are people who use blatant manipulation to pull heartstrings in order to affect emotion over strangers' pregnancies and what becomes of same. As if it was anybody's business.

As for proof, please provide proof of your very own claim that Second, show scientific medical proof that "Most women suffer emotionally and physically for the rest of their lives when they are forced by society into abortions in a moment of weakness[.]"

Your plagiarized copy and paste leaves a lot to be desired. How about this proof?

"Read enough of the "testimonies" on websites devoted to this mission, and you start to see a pattern: that no matter what other, very real stress may have been occurring in a woman's life -- an abusive partner, economic hardship, substance abuse -- any regret or pain she carries from that time can be explained by one single act, apart from and untouched by anything else. These narratives hold that abortion is the beginning, middle, and end of a woman's problem, and it's not hard to see why such a stunningly simplistic and intellectually lazy explanation has won support from anti-choice politicians and activists. After all, according to this line of thinking, all a woman must do to feel better is apologize and atone -- or, better yet, assume that the very specific circumstances of one individual's life can be extrapolated and writ large onto someone else's life, and try to keep other women from having their full range of reproductive choices."

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"As the UCSF study indicates, the majority of women that chose abortion did not regret their choice. Of course, that means that some did. Likewise, some women surveyed that were unable to access abortion care regretted not being able to have the procedure, and others that continued their pregnancies were relieved that they did. These findings remind me of the perspective of a pro-choice activist that I spoke with several years ago, who mused, "The emotionally honest approach is to acknowledge the ambivalence, to acknowledge all of the complex bouquet of feelings and emotions that comes out of this decision. That's the emotionally honest approach."

But in this summer of 20-week abortion bans and TRAP laws, emotional honesty seems to be in short supply. As the Republican Party makes no secret of its desire to demonize a legal medical service in an effort to appeal to its increasingly disillusioned base, any reminders that abortion is a wanted service belie their claim to care about pregnant women. Indeed, studies like the one from UCSF would seem to be the GOP's worst nightmare: a reputable reminder that all the fear-mongering of the anti-choice movement isn't actually true."
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sarah-erdreich/...

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Happy Friday, Katie!
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