Obama-bashing ads by abortion foe Randall Terry to air in Iowa

There are 20 comments on the Jun 8, 2011, Des Moines Register story titled Obama-bashing ads by abortion foe Randall Terry to air in Iowa. In it, Des Moines Register reports that:

An abortion foe who is challenging Democratic President Barack Obama said today he will air television advertisements in Iowa starting tomorrow.

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“lightly burnt,but still smokin”

Since: Dec 06

in the corner of your mind,

#1 Jun 15, 2011
negative ideas is all the rtl has left

Since: May 11

Houston, TX

#2 Jun 18, 2011
Both parties have third parties to bash the opponent allowing the respective parties to take the "high" road.
Scriptures for America

Schwaan, Germany

#3 Jun 18, 2011
It is our primary obligation to save unborn lives from being killed in their mothers womb. That ought to be the safest place in the world. Abortion is dirty business. Goverment needs to quit subsidizing it. Groups like Planned Parenthood have no business in schools and they should not get any public funds. A long time ago I used to listen to Randall Terry on his own radio show he aired on WWCR, a Christian shortwave radio station in Nashville, TN.

“Dancing Lights”

Since: Dec 06

Location hidden

#4 Jun 18, 2011
Scriptures for America wrote:
It is our primary obligation to save unborn lives from being killed in their mothers womb. That ought to be the safest place in the world. Abortion is dirty business. Goverment needs to quit subsidizing it. Groups like Planned Parenthood have no business in schools and they should not get any public funds. A long time ago I used to listen to Randall Terry on his own radio show he aired on WWCR, a Christian shortwave radio station in Nashville, TN.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =hrjbTr_XXekXX
Randall Terry is a money grubbing pig and he cares about the unborn about as much as he cares about the born. Not at all. Planned Parenthood also provides low cost and no cost health care and counseling to poor women which is government funded. Abortions are not. They're funded through donations. Like mine. But you don't care about them. Merely fetus containers and you'd throw them to the dogs like their babies after their born. If you think abortion is wrong don't have one. If you want "scripture for america" how about "judge not lest ye be judged" and "how can you take the splinter from your brother's eye for the plank in your own. First remove the plank in your OWN eye so you can see clearly to remove the splinter from your brothers". Just love you holier than thou, self-righteous asses. I happen to think the country is going to hell in a handbasket because of people like you. The easily led to let money grubbing fools like Randall Terry do their thinking FOR them.

Since: Oct 06

Location hidden

#5 Jun 19, 2011
Svaha wrote:
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Randall Terry is a money grubbing pig and he cares about the unborn about as much as he cares about the born. Not at all. Planned Parenthood also provides low cost and no cost health care and counseling to poor women which is government funded. Abortions are not. They're funded through donations. Like mine. But you don't care about them. Merely fetus containers and you'd throw them to the dogs like their babies after their born. If you think abortion is wrong don't have one. If you want "scripture for america" how about "judge not lest ye be judged" and "how can you take the splinter from your brother's eye for the plank in your own. First remove the plank in your OWN eye so you can see clearly to remove the splinter from your brothers". Just love you holier than thou, self-righteous asses. I happen to think the country is going to hell in a handbasket because of people like you. The easily led to let money grubbing fools like Randall Terry do their thinking FOR them.
You go girl..... Agree 100%

Since: May 11

Houston, TX

#6 Jun 19, 2011
I think we all judge the behavior of others. Not a particularly religious guy but Jesus made some pretty harsh judgements when it came to the Pharisees.

We do not live in a theocracy. Women are no longer second class citizens. I agree with Bill Clinton on this one. Abortion should be legal, safe and rare.

Being a nominal Catholic I know many good people who oppose abortion. They should concentrate their efforts to persuading pregnant women to carry their child to term. Abortion should be a private decision. It should not be in the public domain.

Children are annoying; the less of them the better.

“Dancing Lights”

Since: Dec 06

Location hidden

#7 Jun 19, 2011
keithd1 wrote:
I think we all judge the behavior of others. Not a particularly religious guy but Jesus made some pretty harsh judgements when it came to the Pharisees.
We do not live in a theocracy. Women are no longer second class citizens. I agree with Bill Clinton on this one. Abortion should be legal, safe and rare.
Being a nominal Catholic I know many good people who oppose abortion. They should concentrate their efforts to persuading pregnant women to carry their child to term. Abortion should be a private decision. It should not be in the public domain.
Children are annoying; the less of them the better.
There are laws in certain states that curtail women's reproductive rights. A physician providing an abortion, even in the case of rape, is forbidden forcing a woman to either self-abort or, if she has the money, go out of state. Don't tell me we don't live in a theocracy and don't tell me women aren't second class citizens. This isn't about the "unborn". They don't give a damn about the "unborn". This is about CONTROL. This is about their thought that WOMEN aren't intelligent enough, aren't moral enough to make the correct decision for THEIR own bodies and for THEIR own circumstances.
ChooChoo

Buffalo, NY

#8 Jun 19, 2011
keithd1 wrote:
I think we all judge the behavior of others. Not a particularly religious guy but Jesus made some pretty harsh judgements when it came to the Pharisees.
We do not live in a theocracy. Women are no longer second class citizens. I agree with Bill Clinton on this one. Abortion should be legal, safe and rare.
Being a nominal Catholic I know many good people who oppose abortion. They should concentrate their efforts to persuading pregnant women to carry their child to term. Abortion should be a private decision. It should not be in the public domain.
Children are annoying; the less of them the better.
Better yet, how bout if each of the prolifers adopt one of the babies that they "save". Let's see who takes the first crack baby, or child with severe fetal alcohol syndrome. Lets see how many of them adopt the child born without a brain and accept financial and physical responsibility for it. Or perhaps those who will not or cannot adopt should take complete financial responsibility for each child that they "save". I imagine that would get the majority of the right to life bunch out of the picket lines. They need to stop bothering the people who have already made a decision and mind their own business.

“Dancing Lights”

Since: Dec 06

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#9 Jun 19, 2011
Peppermint Patti wrote:
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You go girl..... Agree 100%
My favorite part of the move "The Wizard of Oz" is when Dorothy and her cohorts are shivering and shaking before the GREAT AND POWERFUL OZ. Toto pulls the curtain aside and the GREAT AND POWERFUL OZ screams "DON'T LOOK BEHIND THE CURTAIN" as he works his smoke, mirror and magic act. Art does imitate life I guess and maybe we should have more "Totos" to pull aside the curtains but they are far and few between.

“Dancing Lights”

Since: Dec 06

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#10 Jun 19, 2011
ChooChoo wrote:
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Better yet, how bout if each of the prolifers adopt one of the babies that they "save". Let's see who takes the first crack baby, or child with severe fetal alcohol syndrome. Lets see how many of them adopt the child born without a brain and accept financial and physical responsibility for it. Or perhaps those who will not or cannot adopt should take complete financial responsibility for each child that they "save". I imagine that would get the majority of the right to life bunch out of the picket lines. They need to stop bothering the people who have already made a decision and mind their own business.
exactly. How many of these babies (and not the cute as a button, perfect white ones) are in THEIR houses? How many of the medically needy are THEY taking care of? It really is pretty funny when they say that people have to take responsibility for their choices when what they're REALLY saying is "you have to do it my way because god spoke to me but don't expect ME to take responsibility for the choice I made FOR you". The mind boggles with the "logic":-)
liz

King George, VA

#11 Jun 19, 2011
Its time the "trashing" is placed where it belongs.. Been giving this looser a pass
long enough. Hello? America is waking up.
FEW are going to keep liveing in the past,
they know who put them out of work and made them
lose everything. Don't you think its time

Responsibility

South San Francisco, CA

#12 Jun 19, 2011
Scriptures for America wrote:
It is our primary obligation to save unborn lives from being killed in their mothers womb.
It is the woman's "primary obligation" to do what is right for her body, right for her family and right for her circumstances.

FULL STOP and AMEN!
hornback12

Louisville, KY

#13 Jun 19, 2011
Scriptures for America wrote:
It is our primary obligation to save unborn lives from being killed in their mothers womb. That ought to be the safest place in the world. Abortion is dirty business. Goverment needs to quit subsidizing it. Groups like Planned Parenthood have no business in schools and they should not get any public funds. A long time ago I used to listen to Randall Terry on his own radio show he aired on WWCR, a Christian shortwave radio station in Nashville, TN.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =hrjbTr_XXekXX
it is your primary obligation to keep your religious views to yourself. you study a bible that has been chsnged so many times that it is not infalible, and you try to force your beliefs on others that don't feel that way. i personbally thing radicals such as yourself should be put in prison to protect others from your rabid ideas
Ocean56

AOL

#14 Jun 19, 2011
Svaha wrote:
Randall Terry is a money grubbing pig and he cares about the unborn about as much as he cares about the born. Not at all. Planned Parenthood also provides low cost and no cost health care and counseling to poor women which is government funded. Abortions are not. They're funded through donations. Like mine. But you don't care about them. Merely fetus containers and you'd throw them to the dogs like their babies after their born. If you think abortion is wrong don't have one. If you want "scripture for america" how about "judge not lest ye be judged" and "how can you take the splinter from your brother's eye for the plank in your own. First remove the plank in your OWN eye so you can see clearly to remove the splinter from your brothers". Just love you holier than thou, self-righteous asses. I happen to think the country is going to hell in a handbasket because of people like you. The easily led to let money grubbing fools like Randall Terry do their thinking FOR them.
Thank you; I couldn't agree more. As far as I'M concerned, Randall Terry is dangerous, crazy as an outhouse rat, and the LAST person people should listen to, on ANYTHING.

Since: May 11

Houston, TX

#15 Jun 19, 2011
hornback12 wrote:
i personbally thing radicals such as yourself should be put in prison to protect others from your rabid ideas
That's kind of radical. I kind of like the 1st Amendment.
hornback12

Louisville, KY

#16 Jun 19, 2011
keithd1 wrote:
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That's kind of radical. I kind of like the 1st Amendment.
not quite as radical as killing abortion doctors is it? is that covered under the first ammendment?

Since: May 11

Houston, TX

#17 Jun 19, 2011
hornback12 wrote:
<quoted text>not quite as radical as killing abortion doctors is it? is that covered under the first ammendment?
I do not see many, certainly not the poster you declared a radical, recommending killing doctors. You are the radical if you truly believe those whose speech disagrees with your viewpoint should be jailed. The Bill of Rights was once near and dear to liberals. I doubt if the civil rights movement could have accomplished what they did in the '60's without that 1st Amendment you abhor.
hornback12

Louisville, KY

#18 Jun 19, 2011
keithd1 wrote:
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I do not see many, certainly not the poster you declared a radical, recommending killing doctors. You are the radical if you truly believe those whose speech disagrees with your viewpoint should be jailed. The Bill of Rights was once near and dear to liberals. I doubt if the civil rights movement could have accomplished what they did in the '60's without that 1st Amendment you abhor.
the frst amendment was established as the freedom from religion. in other countries, religion was established by the state. the founding fathers wanted this practice to end. we find today that there are those that wish to establish their religion as the religion of everyone. they are the ones violating the first amendment and according to the law, should be jailed. were this country to establish a religion other than yours, you would be upset

Since: May 11

Houston, TX

#19 Jun 19, 2011
The Bill of Rights limits governments, not individual citizens. The fact is you can propose a communist state, a theocracy a dictatorship or anything you wish regardless of what the founder's wishes were. If you are jailed for it the government is robbing you of your basic civil rights. A individual cannot violate the 1st Amendment, they can engage in speech, such as the old yelling fire in a theater example that is outside of the protection of the 1st Amendment.
hornback12

Louisville, KY

#20 Jun 19, 2011
keithd1 wrote:
The Bill of Rights limits governments, not individual citizens. The fact is you can propose a communist state, a theocracy a dictatorship or anything you wish regardless of what the founder's wishes were. If you are jailed for it the government is robbing you of your basic civil rights. A individual cannot violate the 1st Amendment, they can engage in speech, such as the old yelling fire in a theater example that is outside of the protection of the 1st Amendment.
so why isn't it limiting the right to keep religion out of government aws was the intenion?

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