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Right to Life remembering lives lost to abortion

There are 692 comments on the Greensburg Daily News story from Jan 11, 2013, titled Right to Life remembering lives lost to abortion. In it, Greensburg Daily News reports that:

Greensburg - Nearly 40 years ago, on Jan. 22, 1973, the United States Supreme Court proclaimed a mother could legally seek an abortion in the landmark Roe vs.

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Ocean56

AOL

#345 Jan 26, 2013
gw57jw55 wrote:
I guess I should have said Many not Most...And I was refering to the comment you made on Maternal deaths...How many girls have you talked to that have had Abortions Dan??? I garuntee you the guilt factor is VERY high...Too many friends I have known in the last 40 years have hated what they have done and wished they never had. Now find your FACTS on that...
There are also many women who DON'T regret that they had an abortion. They only regret GETTING pregnant in the first place, and they were glad the option was available to them.

http://www.imnotsorry.net

Morgana 9

“And the Horse You Rode in On”

Since: Sep 08

Minneapolis

#346 Jan 26, 2013
Dan wrote:
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Pregnancy isn't a dysfunction nor an illness.
If you're a woman of child bearing age and you show up pregnant at the doctor's office, she isn't going to tell you you're sick or that something's wrong with you.
Nor is she going to tell you all is well and that nothing is wrong or can go wrong. My doctor told me the risks I might face along with possible side effects of the medical condition of pregnancy. If you are in your late 30's or in your 40's they are going to tell you many things that can go wrong with yourself and the pregnancy.

You are so cute trying to explain pregnancy and trying to act as an expert (not unlike the boys in the hierarchy of the CCC) to women who have been pregnant. You don't have the equipment Dan, to carry, contain, or experience in any way this medical condition but you are here to tell the girls real good aren't you? How entertaining, but then your training and knowledge comes from the boys in the RCC.

Morgana 9

“And the Horse You Rode in On”

Since: Sep 08

Minneapolis

#347 Jan 26, 2013
Dan wrote:
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Well, no.
You'd have to prove that the work is indeed religious ministry and back it up with something more than your say-so.
Such as selling craft goods?

Morgana 9

“And the Horse You Rode in On”

Since: Sep 08

Minneapolis

#348 Jan 26, 2013
gw57jw55 wrote:
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So true Dan. Girls don't realize the extent of what they have done until it is too late. Then the guilt, sadness and depression sets in. Most of these girls commit suicide on the anniversary of the abortion or what would have been the due date of the aborted baby.
I am so proud to have given birth in 1973 at the age of 16. Even if I was young, I never had to face these demons and guilt of knowing I KILLED my own child. And the love I have for him is amazing.
That is interesting and VERY dramatic!

I have not known ONE woman who has an abortion to experience any of this! This must be a phenomenon within the walls of the devout......right after guilt tripping is heavily applied...right?
M Jean Johannigman

Batesville, IN

#349 Jan 26, 2013
Dan

Omaha, NE

#350 Jan 26, 2013
Morgana 9 wrote:
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Nor is she going to tell you all is well and that nothing is wrong or can go wrong. My doctor told me the risks I might face along with possible side effects of the medical condition of pregnancy. If you are in your late 30's or in your 40's they are going to tell you many things that can go wrong with yourself and the pregnancy.
You are so cute trying to explain pregnancy and trying to act as an expert (not unlike the boys in the hierarchy of the CCC) to women who have been pregnant. You don't have the equipment Dan, to carry, contain, or experience in any way this medical condition but you are here to tell the girls real good aren't you? How entertaining, but then your training and knowledge comes from the boys in the RCC.
Your gender doesn't dictate the nature of things. You're 'so cute' trying to act as it does, but it doesn't.
Sorry. Someone should have told you earlier in life, but that's the way it is.
Pregnancy isn't an illness nor a dysfunction. Tellingly, you haven't even attempted to deny that statement; rather, you've tried to vitiate my statement by somehow attempting to make my gender a talking point.

Morgana 9

“And the Horse You Rode in On”

Since: Sep 08

Minneapolis

#351 Jan 26, 2013
Dan wrote:
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Your gender doesn't dictate the nature of things. You're 'so cute' trying to act as it does, but it doesn't.
Sorry. Someone should have told you earlier in life, but that's the way it is.
Pregnancy isn't an illness nor a dysfunction. Tellingly, you haven't even attempted to deny that statement; rather, you've tried to vitiate my statement by somehow attempting to make my gender a talking point.
And your gender does not get to dictate a woman/girls medical/physical well being, not medical condition. Sorry. The male hierarchy in your religious belief should have told you that early in life, but then they live to dictate to women...don't they?

Pregnancy is a dysfunction, considering it is NOT a woman/girls normal state it deviates outside of her normal state and well being. If isn't an illness than a woman/girl should not be ill do to pregnancy...right? But generally they are because her body goes through a dramatic change. Never heard of a perfect pregnancy that escapes all forms of ill side effects or is painless.
Dan

Omaha, NE

#352 Jan 26, 2013
Morgana 9 wrote:
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And your gender does not get to dictate a woman/girls medical/physical well being, not medical condition. Sorry. The male hierarchy in your religious belief should have told you that early in life, but then they live to dictate to women...don't they?
Pregnancy is a dysfunction, considering it is NOT a woman/girls normal state it deviates outside of her normal state and well being. If isn't an illness than a woman/girl should not be ill do to pregnancy...right? But generally they are because her body goes through a dramatic change. Never heard of a perfect pregnancy that escapes all forms of ill side effects or is painless.
LOL.
That turbine-like whine is the sound of you spinning.

Morgana 9

“And the Horse You Rode in On”

Since: Sep 08

Minneapolis

#353 Jan 27, 2013
Dan wrote:
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LOL.
That turbine-like whine is the sound of you spinning.
As predicted...how dare women tell the truth about pregnancy when the CC and the religious nut cases pretend it is their job to define and dictate the circumstances.

That moaning testosterone is the sound of you without an argument in a debate about something you never can experience but would like a shot at dictating right down to terminology.
I wonder

United States

#355 Jan 27, 2013
I wonder how many of these hypocrite scum had meat for dinner last night and /or breakfast this morning.

You can't truly be pro life unless you're a vegetarian. Pro life means all life. Not just human babies and other things you think are cute , like puppies.

Morgana 9

“And the Horse You Rode in On”

Since: Sep 08

Minneapolis

#356 Jan 27, 2013
Pete wrote:
The only rights blacks should have is to be able to abort their babies.
That being said, reinstate slavery.
Thank you for the KKK update.

Now run along and take a long walk off a shirt bridge...a very high bridge.
Dan

Omaha, NE

#359 Jan 28, 2013
Morgana 9 wrote:
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As predicted...how dare women tell the truth about pregnancy when the CC and the religious nut cases pretend it is their job to define and dictate the circumstances.
That moaning testosterone is the sound of you without an argument in a debate about something you never can experience but would like a shot at dictating right down to terminology.
Nonsensical.

The "only woman can debate it" argument.

You always play this one. No one's listening.

Ask a female doctor if they think pregnancy is an illness or a dysfunction.
Ocean56

AOL

#360 Jan 28, 2013
Dan wrote:
Nonsensical. The "only woman can debate it" argument. You always play this one. No one's listening.
Ask a female doctor if they think pregnancy is an illness or a dysfunction.
Personally, I couldn't care less what a female doctor thinks of pregnancy. I DO consider pregnancy to be an illness AND a dysfunction, since I'm done with the whole procreation thing and don't ever want to get pregnant again.

That's the thing, Dan; it is for EACH woman to decide what pregnancy is, not you or any other guy. Don't like women referring to pregnancy as an illness or dysfunction? Tough luck. Ask any childfree (no kids by choice) woman what SHE thinks of pregnancy, but you probably won't like her answer.

Morgana 9

“And the Horse You Rode in On”

Since: Sep 08

Minneapolis

#361 Jan 28, 2013
Dan wrote:
<quoted text>
Nonsensical.
The "only woman can debate it" argument.
You always play this one. No one's listening.
Ask a female doctor if they think pregnancy is an illness or a dysfunction.
You can debate it all you like.

The problem is you are debating it from an emotional male religious aspect that seeks control over something they cannot experience which renders the male helpless in the aspect of control. This is why they turn to the argument and belief that a pregnancy is "gods will" in order to establish control by way of a male god. This also brings to light the basis of terminology which chooses for the purpose of convenience to not categorize pregnancy as anything but "pregnancy" not an illness, not a dysfunction, not a medical condition, even though it is a dysfunction from a woman/girls normal state, does contain illness, pain etc., is a medical condition, all to be ignored and put aside from the actual female experience dismissing it as a Sunday walk in the park....no big deal.

You only adhere to "objective medical standards" when applied to the fetus, but ignore it when applied to the female host.

You HOPE no one is listening to me, it gets in the way of RCC doctrine.

Morgana 9

“And the Horse You Rode in On”

Since: Sep 08

Minneapolis

#362 Jan 28, 2013
Ocean56 wrote:
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Personally, I couldn't care less what a female doctor thinks of pregnancy. I DO consider pregnancy to be an illness AND a dysfunction, since I'm done with the whole procreation thing and don't ever want to get pregnant again.
That's the thing, Dan; it is for EACH woman to decide what pregnancy is, not you or any other guy. Don't like women referring to pregnancy as an illness or dysfunction? Tough luck. Ask any childfree (no kids by choice) woman what SHE thinks of pregnancy, but you probably won't like her answer.
I believe this is how Dan would like to dismiss the realities of pregnancy:

Ocean56

AOL

#363 Jan 29, 2013
Morgana 9 wrote:
I believe this is how Dan would like to dismiss the realities of pregnancy:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =0x-fkSYDtUYXX
Yep. I don't know if you watch the PBS drama DOWNTON ABBEY, but a situation occurring in the most recent episode (#4) was a perfect and tragic example of what happened when men made decisions for a pregnant woman.
Dan

Omaha, NE

#365 Jan 31, 2013
Ocean56 wrote:
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Personally, I couldn't care less what a female doctor thinks of pregnancy. I DO consider pregnancy to be an illness AND a dysfunction, since I'm done with the whole procreation thing and don't ever want to get pregnant again.
That's the thing, Dan; it is for EACH woman to decide what pregnancy is, not you or any other guy. Don't like women referring to pregnancy as an illness or dysfunction? Tough luck. Ask any childfree (no kids by choice) woman what SHE thinks of pregnancy, but you probably won't like her answer.
Again, your feelings about pregnancy don't change the nature of it.
Sorry.
Dan

Omaha, NE

#366 Jan 31, 2013
Morgana 9 wrote:
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You can debate it all you like.
The problem is you are debating it from an emotional male religious aspect that seeks control over something they cannot experience which renders the male helpless in the aspect of control. This is why they turn to the argument and belief that a pregnancy is "gods will" in order to establish control by way of a male god. This also brings to light the basis of terminology which chooses for the purpose of convenience to not categorize pregnancy as anything but "pregnancy" not an illness, not a dysfunction, not a medical condition, even though it is a dysfunction from a woman/girls normal state, does contain illness, pain etc., is a medical condition, all to be ignored and put aside from the actual female experience dismissing it as a Sunday walk in the park....no big deal.
You only adhere to "objective medical standards" when applied to the fetus, but ignore it when applied to the female host.
You HOPE no one is listening to me, it gets in the way of RCC doctrine.
Who said it wasn't a medical condition? Not I.

It's not a sign of dysfunction for a female to become pregnant. Women who take BC acknowledge this-why do you work do hard to deny it?
Nobody Important

Greenwood, IN

#368 Jan 31, 2013
Ocean56 wrote:
I DO consider pregnancy to be an illness AND a dysfunction, since I'm done with the whole procreation thing and don't ever want to get pregnant again.
The rest of society doesn't want you to be pregnant again, either!

Who the hell wants more of YOU as part of this world?
Brother John Birch

Indianapolis, IN

#370 Jan 31, 2013
I wish someone would perform and 121st trimester abortion on Glenn Beck. If his mother had aborted him she probably wouldn't have went insane and drown herself and her lesbian lover.

I am totally pro-abortion. They are soooo hilarious and fun.

Can I get an AMEN, Bob Rust?!

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