Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

There are 322204 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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#250771 Jul 31, 2012
Ink wrote:
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It is unfortunate that some mothers have to work while their children are small. It is also unfortunate that some mothers would rather work than care for the kids they gave birth to. It is unfortunate that kids grow up in daycare and not under mom's wing. It is unfortunate that women don't bother to marry the fathers of their children or if they do, decide to divorce them because they have differences, the basis of most divorces. It's unfortunate that dads can so easily be replaced either by another boyfriend or the government.
I really respect the parents who worked through the tough times together to be able to spend enough time with the kids to have some influence over them and show them a personal closeness and love.
It's most unfortunate that you haven't a grasp on reality. You suburban chicks are clueless.

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#250772 Jul 31, 2012
Long Night Moon 13 wrote:
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Wow. So you're just laying the blame for everything on the women.
Forgive her, sister. She knows not.... Period.

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#250773 Jul 31, 2012
Ink wrote:
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Women have the closeness and intimate conduct with the children therefore, what they do has more influence on their children. A good dad will have a very positive effect on their kids but a bad dad's behavior can be buffeted by a loving mom.
Have of our children only have partime dads.
Women have freedom of choice and that means she has a choice not to have relationships and children with deadbeats.
Where do you get this shit? You state your nonsense as if it were fact when it is only your uneducated opinion. Lol, you're hilarious!

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#250774 Jul 31, 2012
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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Uh YES I did. WHo the hell do you think you are to tell anyone else what kind of life they lived or home they came from?
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@@ You're an ignorant piece of shit Skanky. I didn't say I was 'placed with a black family', I said my dad and grandfather took me to work, and they'd drop me off with my friends, who happened to be black. Much like kids would have been off playing with their friends in their own neighborhoods during the days I went to work with them. I only went to work with my dad during the summer, and when my mom wasn't feeling well. You act like THAT is something atypical as well. It wasn't. Kids often went to work with their parents in the 60's.
Where was mom? My mom was home. My mother was also very sick for as long as I can remember. I was a high energy kid, something she physically couldn't deal with very well as she had JD and Multiple Sclerosis. She was home doing what home-makers often did. Cleaning house, shopping, cooking and watching her soap opera's.
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Oh I know EXACTLY what it is you're trying to CLAIM it is, but YOU can't put any words to what an "average and ordinary family life is" BEYOND making the claim that its an "intact family" that lives a G-d Centered life. By YOUR definition, I came from a family that's EXACTLY THAT.
We had breakfast AND dinner every single night, except on the nights my mom was too sick to stand, and then my grandmother and greandfather would come over and we'd have dinner with them. Every Sabbath, Friday night and Saturday we were in Shul as a family, Sundays I went to Hebrew school until I was Bat Mitzvah'd.
By YOUR standard, we were as typical and ordinary as it got.
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Oh I'm not fighting you - I'm flat out telling you that you're full of shit. There's a difference.
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If you think its so easily defined, then DEFINE it. I've asked you time and again to do so, but you cant seem to do it.
I dont know a damn thing about your growing up life, so I wont presume to guess, but based on how you are as an adult and present yourself here, your family weren't winners that's for sure.
Foo, I hate to burst your bubble, but your Mom was a bad mother because she had the nerve to be ill with two very serious diseases. Stop making excuses for her. These fundies know everything, and have a license to judge every person and every family. Get over yourself and thank them for their wisdom.

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#250775 Jul 31, 2012
SassyJM wrote:
<quoted text>It IS possible to live with one salary until your last kid goes to school. People have done it FOREVER. People live WAY above their means. WAY ABOVE. They then can't pay their bills. Then they claim to "have to" work.
Check out your local fast food places,resturants,recreational places,Disney,etc...etc...and you tell ME if these people are struggling...and then YOU tell ME why they struggle.
Alot of people that I know make ends meet with one salary. They LIVE with restrictions yet manage to have extra's too. MOST working women will be afraid to admit that they wouldn't have it any other way. Some how,many women because of people like lala,chicky(and others)feel inadequate to be SAHM's.
PRO-WOMEN? lol hardly. They are anti-woman. They degrade women who are in good marriages and stay home to raise their families. Lala called it "leaching" off your husband. Seems they have failed marriages and don't want to see other women happy or staying home with their kids.
You are wrong about everything. You and that ridiculous woman, Ink, have your heads up your Lord's ass. You do not know what real life is about. I have no more patience with you people and your absolute stupidity. Bless your empty, pointed little heads.

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#250776 Jul 31, 2012
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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You are SO full of shit, I'm amazed you can sneeze without crap coming out of your ears.
lol!

“Reality is better than truth.”

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Indianapolis

#250777 Jul 31, 2012
Funny hoew life has never copied tv sitcoms from the 50's, huh?
Ink wrote:
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It is unfortunate that some mothers have to work while their children are small. It is also unfortunate that some mothers would rather work than care for the kids they gave birth to. It is unfortunate that kids grow up in daycare and not under mom's wing. It is unfortunate that women don't bother to marry the fathers of their children or if they do, decide to divorce them because they have differences, the basis of most divorces. It's unfortunate that dads can so easily be replaced either by another boyfriend or the government.
I really respect the parents who worked through the tough times together to be able to spend enough time with the kids to have some influence over them and show them a personal closeness and love.

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#250778 Jul 31, 2012
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
<quoted text>LOL When the weather cools off, we're going to make a bunch of it for some friends that are coming up to see us, and to send to my aunt in Baltimore. If you'd like, I'd love to send you a loaf!
I was talking about cholla cactus, but, you bet, I'd love some bread! Lol

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#250779 Jul 31, 2012
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
<quoted text>MOthers shouldn't wish their daughters die rather than have a life saving abortion either, but YOU d
Women that work more often than not ARE putting their kids first you idiot.
These people are clueless. My sone went to preschool and kindergarten, and then, regular school. As a special needs child, it was prescribed in his care plan to be in a structured classroom environment as early as possible to give him the best education he could get. I don't know why these stupid people think that being at home is stimulating enough for any child but a baby or toddler.

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#250780 Jul 31, 2012
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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Same here. When I talked about my friend last night, it was a similar situation. I'll never forget my mom calling me at work and saying "Do you remember your friend sharon, what was her married name?" and when I told her Lopatka she gasped and told me to get the paper, it was front page news.(I'm not worried about posting her name, she's dead and her story is all over the internet as being one of the first people to be murdered by someone she met online) Needless to say, the phone lines were burning up that night with all of us calling each other saying "did you know?- did you suspect?" And of course nobody did.
Two years later when it came out that her father and at least one of her brothers had been abusing her and her sister growing up, THEN many of us were able to start making connections about certain incidents and how she ended up dying.
Inkstain and the Skank would like to turn a blind eye, or dimminish the horror so many in so called G-D FEARING HOMES experienced. "It was RARE" they claim. Bullshit. Its as rare as a blue and brown eyed Husky or Malamute. Just like women having abortions beyond viability for medical reasons arent as RARE as they'd like others to believe.
Shit, according to the Skank, ANY baby can be born and allowed to "die naturally" because that's better than [email protected]@
Those two are happily blundering through life in a cloud of God's toxic gas.

HugeKielbasa

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Poughquag, NY

#250781 Jul 31, 2012
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text>My sone went to preschool and kindergarten, and then, regular school. As a special needs child,
Sone?

You have the nerve to correct my grammar?

Where do you think the special needs genetics come from? LOLOLOL

I usually could care less about grammar.

It was you who had an OCD Histadelia attack over my grammar in the past.

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#250782 Jul 31, 2012
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
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I did do the math. YOu're lying again. You were in HS in the 80's. There's no way your mother was around during the depression which was from about 1926 to 1934.
Why should she let the truth get in the way?

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#250783 Jul 31, 2012
Long Night Moon 13 wrote:
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So lesbian couples would be double good for kids, right? Two moms, no dads. What do you think?
Bravo! Awesome rebuttal, LNM.

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#250784 Aug 1, 2012
LadiLulu wrote:
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Seriously? Where do you get this CRAP from? My dad worked until he was SEVENTY YEARS OLD, ya stupid thing. We kids did NOT do "all the work". EVERYONE chipped in. EVERYONE - including both of my parents - were busy busy busy with work and helping all around the house. Stop fugging LYING and making up completely FABRICATED STORIES about peoples' lives, you piece of ignorant FILTH.
How odd that SassyJM blathers on about old school standards like discipline and family participation and then criticizes your family for sharing work. Wth?

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#250785 Aug 1, 2012
LadiLulu wrote:
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You never answered me.
Who raised you? When did they work? Did they receive public assistance? Did you require childbirthd care?
You keep posting all these wonderfully inaccurate generalizations about people YET YOU YOURSELF grew up in a one-parent household.
Please answer me.
She thinks her fantasy of the American family is reality. Warped, that one is.
Actually, my family was the traditional nuclear family. We are awesome, but not because of that, necessarily. My best friend was also from a traditional family, and Catholic, too. They are, unfortunately, not so awesome a family. Messed up, but they were the traditional family that Sassy and Ink rave about. Hmmm...

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#250786 Aug 1, 2012
HugeKielbasa wrote:
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Sone?
You have the nerve to correct my grammar?
Where do you think the special needs genetics come from? LOLOL
I usually could care less about grammar.
It was you who had an OCD Histadelia attack over my grammar in the past.
There is no such thing as "special needs genetics."
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yessir

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#250787 Aug 1, 2012
"Women have been thanking pregnancy help organizations for their support for decades and these moms are thrilled to have an opportunity to tell their stories to national leaders. Courageous women like Jessica Gore, who is excited to bring her eight-year-old daughter to meet her elected officials, will testify to the fact that pregnancy help organizations provide a life-changing experience. "I went to the sonogram appointment at Burleson Pregnancy Aid Center even though I had already been to Planned Parenthood and thought that abortion was right for me," said Jessica from Burleson, Texas. "But when I looked at the sonogram screen, I knew that I had been lied to. What I saw on the screen was not a 'piece of tissue' like Planned Parenthood had told me. The tiny flicker of light, a heartbeat, was my child. I was instantly in love."

HugeKielbasa

Since: Jun 12

Poughquag, NY

#250788 Aug 1, 2012
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text>There is no such thing as "special needs genetics."
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Most of the time special needs kids have genetics which give them a learning disability.

Did they get those genetics from you? LOLOLOL

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#250789 Aug 1, 2012
yessir wrote:
"Women have been thanking pregnancy help organizations for their support for decades and these moms are thrilled to have an opportunity to tell their stories to national leaders. Courageous women like Jessica Gore, who is excited to bring her eight-year-old daughter to meet her elected officials, will testify to the fact that pregnancy help organizations provide a life-changing experience. "I went to the sonogram appointment at Burleson Pregnancy Aid Center even though I had already been to Planned Parenthood and thought that abortion was right for me," said Jessica from Burleson, Texas. "But when I looked at the sonogram screen, I knew that I had been lied to. What I saw on the screen was not a 'piece of tissue' like Planned Parenthood had told me. The tiny flicker of light, a heartbeat, was my child. I was instantly in love."
Sweet story. Isn't it wonderful that she had the right to choose what she wanted to do about her pregnancy? I decided to have an abortion and I also made the correct decision. Yay, us!
feces for jesus

East Meadow, NY

#250790 Aug 1, 2012
SassyJM wrote:
<quoted text>I linked the Talmuds explanation on this. It clearly said that at conception,ensoulment takes place. Foo went on to claim it a lie. She said that it is a three step process-one at conception,one at the point of the body forming and then one at birth. MEANWHILE,the first part still remained AT CONCEPTION.
lol she is her own worst enemy when she tells me something is untrue,links the supposed truth...where it only CONFIRMS she is lying and/or clueless.
Don't pretend to know the Talmud. You can't even understand basic English and yet you think you understand Hebrew.

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