Anti-abortion march to draw thousands to Washington

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Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to fill the National Mall on Friday to protest the 40-year-old landmark Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion in the first trimester.

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“And the Horse You Rode in On”

Since: Sep 08

Minneapolis

#63 Feb 5, 2013
OneProphet wrote:
James says, "Pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, To visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction, and to keep himself unspotted from the world." (James 1:27)
The Pro-Life movement is full of organizations that care for women who are carrying an unborn baby, have given birth to an unborn baby, or even have had a abortion. I have seen and heard women speak who were saved from a botched abortion. Here's just a few examples:
http://www.prolife.com/
http://www.vitaefoundation.org/
http://www.lifenews.com/2012/05/02/national-p...
http://studentsforlife.org/resources/organize...
Now about control of women: The Moslem religion is ALL about the control of women! Where are the liberal voices criticizing the Moslem countries for their anti-women rights policies?
OH...a mythology nut is pointing fingers at another mythology!! How quaint! Imagine that, a religion that is sexist and wishes to control women! Who would have thought!

I like the muslims as much as I like any male hierarchy phallic worshipping religions, but even they are not as crazy as you fetus sniffers on this subject:

""When abortion is permissible

Among Muslims, the permissibility of abortion depends on factors such as time and extenuating circumstances. Before four months of gestation""

"Threat to the woman's life
On the issue of the life of the woman, Muslims universally agree that her life takes precedence over the life of the fetus. This is because the woman is considered the "original source of life", while the fetus is only "potential" life.[5] Muslim jurists agree that abortion is allowed based on the principle that "the greater evil [the woman's death] should be warded off by the lesser evil [abortion]." In these cases the physician is considered a better judge than the scholar.["

Here is a liberal who has much to say about women and religion:

"The truth is that male religious leaders have had - and still have - an option to interpret holy teachings either to exalt or subjugate women. They have, for their own selfish ends, overwhelmingly chosen the latter." Jimmy Carter

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2009/...

And by the way, what have you CONSERVATIVES done through all your wars for oil to improve the lives of women in the middles east? Not a damn thing.

“And the Horse You Rode in On”

Since: Sep 08

Minneapolis

#64 Feb 5, 2013
OneProphet wrote:
<quoted text>
I live in Dexter Missouri. I've posted on other threads and gave the link to my blog on the Dexter Daily Statesman http://www.dailystatesman.com/blogs/1576
At the bottom of every entry, I give my home address, email address and even phone number. I AINT SCARED!
The Constitution Party huh? Christian Reconstructionists? Howard Phillips? Rousas John Rushdoony? You really are a nut job!

http://watch.pair.com/synarchy-9.html#phillip...
Ocean56

AOL

#65 Feb 6, 2013
OneProphet wrote:
Morgana, it is no use arguing with you. You think you're right, and you're not going to change your mind no matter how many facts are given to you. Protecting the unborn has nothing to with control. You hate unborn babies, so don't get pregnant; it's that simple. There are ways you can protect yourself without aborting an unborn baby. If you use the proper protections available, you won't have to worry about having to carry around that flesh inside you which you so hate. You've got be one of the most hateful bitter liberals I've ever talked to! I don't know of very many happy ones!
What utter NONSENSE, but that is all I expect to see from anti-choicers these days. Trying to remove a woman's right to decide for HERSELF what to do about a pregnancy is ALL about control, no matter how many times you and other anti-choice imbeciles deny that fact.

Yes, there are reliable contraceptives that prevent unwanted pregnancy, no one here is disputing that. However, NO birth control method is 100% guaranteed against unwanted pregnancy, so BC methods can and DO fail occasionally. When BC fails and a pregnancy happens, EACH woman has the right to decide whether or not to continue it.

Motherhood is OPTIONAL, not required, which means a woman can reject it because she doesn't want the hardships and responsibilities it involves. Your approval of her rejecting motherhood isn't needed or required.

“2014 TDF”

Since: Mar 09

Boca Raton, FL.

#66 Feb 6, 2013
OneProphet wrote:
James says, "Pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, To visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction, and to keep himself unspotted from the world." (James 1:27)
The Pro-Life movement is full of organizations that care for women who are carrying an unborn baby, have given birth to an unborn baby, or even have had a abortion. I have seen and heard women speak who were saved from a botched abortion. Here's just a few examples:
http://www.prolife.com/
http://www.vitaefoundation.org/
http://www.lifenews.com/2012/05/02/national-p...
http://studentsforlife.org/resources/organize...
Now about control of women: The Moslem religion is ALL about the control of women! Where are the liberal voices criticizing the Moslem countries for their anti-women rights policies?
"have given birth to an unborn baby"

Something about that statement that simply doesn't fit; how do you give birth to an "unborn baby[?]"

Are you a Muslim (notice the proper spelling)? If not, how do you know the Muslim religion is "all about the control of women[?]" Perhaps you should educate yourself.

The Muslim religion, much like Judaism, and for that matter, Christianity, is about recognizing the man as the proverbial "head" of the family. In fact, in Orthodox Jewish synagogues, men and women are divided during prayers. In Judaism, the man can divorce the woman, but not the opposite. Yet, in Judaism, if the man wants sex and his wife does not, he gets to take a cold shower. But, if she wants sex with her husband, he CANNOT say no to her.

Get your head out of the sand and stop drinking the xtian turd tea, "prophet."
Rogue Pig

Ashburn, VA

#67 Feb 6, 2013
Conservative Democrat wrote:
<quoted text>
Yet, in Judaism, if the man wants sex and his wife does not, he gets to take a cold shower. But, if she wants sex with her husband, he CANNOT say no to her.
Been married twice and played house several times.{Playing house cost a whole lot less.}

I have only said no to sex once in my life, to my 1st wife. I had just worked like 16 hours. I was tired and wanted to crash. She acted cool, but then whipped out her vibrator. I reluctantly did my job.

The moral is women do not accept no.

Since: Nov 09

Location hidden

#68 Feb 6, 2013
Morgana 9 wrote:
<quoted text>
OH...a mythology nut is pointing fingers at another mythology!! How quaint! Imagine that, a religion that is sexist and wishes to control women! Who would have thought!
I like the muslims as much as I like any male hierarchy phallic worshipping religions, but even they are not as crazy as you fetus sniffers on this subject:
""When abortion is permissible
Among Muslims, the permissibility of abortion depends on factors such as time and extenuating circumstances. Before four months of gestation""
"Threat to the woman's life
On the issue of the life of the woman, Muslims universally agree that her life takes precedence over the life of the fetus. This is because the woman is considered the "original source of life", while the fetus is only "potential" life.[5] Muslim jurists agree that abortion is allowed based on the principle that "the greater evil [the woman's death] should be warded off by the lesser evil [abortion]." In these cases the physician is considered a better judge than the scholar.["
Here is a liberal who has much to say about women and religion:
"The truth is that male religious leaders have had - and still have - an option to interpret holy teachings either to exalt or subjugate women. They have, for their own selfish ends, overwhelmingly chosen the latter." Jimmy Carter
http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2009/...
And by the way, what have you CONSERVATIVES done through all your wars for oil to improve the lives of women in the middles east? Not a damn thing.
Well, there's nothing like putting all conservatives in the same mold and prejudging all of them, is there? I opposed the Persian Gulf War, Ahab Clinton's interventionist foreign policy, and nation building. I believe we should have gotten out of Iraq soon affter taking Saddam Hussein out. I don know that many Christian churches have sent missionaries to Moslem countries, but Christians in those countries are severely persecuted. Christianity is NOT mythology. You are a bitter, hateful liberal, intolerant of everyone who dissagrees with your far left ideology!

Since: Nov 09

Location hidden

#69 Feb 6, 2013
Conservative Democrat wrote:
<quoted text>
"have given birth to an unborn baby"
Something about that statement that simply doesn't fit; how do you give birth to an "unborn baby[?]"
Are you a Muslim (notice the proper spelling)? If not, how do you know the Muslim religion is "all about the control of women[?]" Perhaps you should educate yourself.
The Muslim religion, much like Judaism, and for that matter, Christianity, is about recognizing the man as the proverbial "head" of the family. In fact, in Orthodox Jewish synagogues, men and women are divided during prayers. In Judaism, the man can divorce the woman, but not the opposite. Yet, in Judaism, if the man wants sex and his wife does not, he gets to take a cold shower. But, if she wants sex with her husband, he CANNOT say no to her.
Get your head out of the sand and stop drinking the xtian turd tea, "prophet."
Okay Pharisee, I misspoke! "have given birth to an unborn baby" should have said given birth (period)!

Not only do men and women sit seperately in Orthodox Jewish services, they also do in Mennonite churches.

I just love your latter insultive statement. You apparently are not a Christian. You are also NOT a conservative. I read your profile.

Since: Nov 09

Location hidden

#70 Feb 6, 2013
Ocean56 wrote:
<quoted text>
What utter NONSENSE, but that is all I expect to see from anti-choicers these days. Trying to remove a woman's right to decide for HERSELF what to do about a pregnancy is ALL about control, no matter how many times you and other anti-choice imbeciles deny that fact.
Yes, there are reliable contraceptives that prevent unwanted pregnancy, no one here is disputing that. However, NO birth control method is 100% guaranteed against unwanted pregnancy, so BC methods can and DO fail occasionally. When BC fails and a pregnancy happens, EACH woman has the right to decide whether or not to continue it.
Motherhood is OPTIONAL, not required, which means a woman can reject it because she doesn't want the hardships and responsibilities it involves. Your approval of her rejecting motherhood isn't needed or required.
You are exactly right about motherhood being optional and that contraceptives are not 100% protective. Our daughter had her tubes tied. My wife did also. THEIR CHOICE!!!!

Once pregnancy happens, the life of the uborn must and should be protected. Life begins at conception whether the unborn baby is wanted or not. it makes no difference in the eyes of God.

You pro-death to the unborn/anti-life advocates need to understand that killing the unborn baby is just as bad as killing the after-born baby.

A nation that doesnot respect the life of the unborn will soon not respect the life of those who are born. The Sanctity of Human Life must be protected!

Since: Nov 09

Location hidden

#71 Feb 6, 2013
From Senator Rand Paul:

Can a nation conceived in liberty carry its head high if it denies protection to the youngest and most vulnerable of its citizens?

Can a country founded on God-given rights continue to thrive without understanding that life is a precious gift from our Creator?

If you're like the folks I recently asked those questions to at the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C.- your answer is a resounding "NO!"

Of course, I talk a lot about limited constitutional government.

But make no mistake, I firmly believe the primary purpose of our government is to secure our rights, and primary among those is the Right to Life - including the life of the unborn.

I was the only U.S. Senator to speak at this year's March for Life, and you can watch my speech in the brief video below.



As a physician, I've looked into the eyes of one pound babies. I've cradled their small precious bodies in the palm of one hand.

And I defy those who are careless - who disregard life - to come to the neonatal nursery with me and look at these tiny little miracles and say "we're not going to protect that."

During my time in the Senate, I've led the fight to end abortion on demand in America.

I've voted to repeal funding for abortion called for under ObamaCare, and I've also voted to stop taxpayer funding for Planned Parenthood - the nation's largest provider of abortion.

Not only that, but I've also introduced the Life at Conception Act in the U.S. Senate.

______, as long as I'm in the U.S. Senate, I pledge to continue fighting for the life of the unborn.

I believe the Right to Life is granted by our Creator, and it must be protected by our government.

Our nation was founded on the principles of individual liberty.

And without life - there can be no liberty.

In Liberty,

Senator Rand Paul

http://www.randpacusa.com/rand4life.aspx...

“2014 TDF”

Since: Mar 09

Boca Raton, FL.

#72 Feb 6, 2013
OneProphet wrote:
<quoted text>Okay Pharisee, I misspoke! "have given birth to an unborn baby" should have said given birth (period)!

Not only do men and women sit seperately in Orthodox Jewish services, they also do in Mennonite churches.

I just love your latter insultive statement. You apparently are not a Christian. You are also NOT a conservative. I read your profile.
You can read? Amazing!!

“2014 TDF”

Since: Mar 09

Boca Raton, FL.

#73 Feb 6, 2013
OneProphet wrote:
<quoted text>Okay Pharisee, I misspoke! "have given birth to an unborn baby" should have said given birth (period)!

Not only do men and women sit seperately in Orthodox Jewish services, they also do in Mennonite churches.

I just love your latter insultive statement. You apparently are not a Christian. You are also NOT a conservative. I read your profile.
BTW, I'm very proud to say I'm not a Christian. I'm Jewish.

Much better breed of people.

“And the Horse You Rode in On”

Since: Sep 08

Minneapolis

#74 Feb 6, 2013
OneProphet wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, there's nothing like putting all conservatives in the same mold and prejudging all of them, is there? I opposed the Persian Gulf War, Ahab Clinton's interventionist foreign policy, and nation building. I believe we should have gotten out of Iraq soon affter taking Saddam Hussein out. I don know that many Christian churches have sent missionaries to Moslem countries, but Christians in those countries are severely persecuted. Christianity is NOT mythology. You are a bitter, hateful liberal, intolerant of everyone who dissagrees with your far left ideology!
You bet I put them in the same mold just as you put liberals. You think you have the right to judge but not be judged.

Christianity is a myth just as your buddies with islam. You are all nuts and control freaks.

Again: The Constitution Party huh? Christian Reconstructionists? Howard Phillips? Rousas John Rushdoony? The only thing that bothers you about the muslims is they govern by theocracy something you cannot and will not accomplish. You are a misogynistic phallic worshipping brainwashed misfit and I will remain intolerant of your type just as a black person would be intolerant of the KKK. Comprende?

“ABORTION KILLS A HUMAN BEING”

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#75 Feb 6, 2013
Conservative Democrat wrote:
<quoted text>
BTW, I'm very proud to say I'm not a Christian. I'm Jewish.
Much better breed of people.
Are you aware that Orthodox Jews dont consider reformed Jews real Jews? They look down on you. So much for your better breed of people theory.

“And the Horse You Rode in On”

Since: Sep 08

Minneapolis

#76 Feb 6, 2013
OneProphet wrote:
From Senator Rand Paul:
Can a nation conceived in liberty carry its head high if it denies protection to the youngest and most vulnerable of its citizens?
Can a country founded on God-given rights continue to thrive without understanding that life is a precious gift from our Creator?
If you're like the folks I recently asked those questions to at the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C.- your answer is a resounding "NO!"
Of course, I talk a lot about limited constitutional government.
But make no mistake, I firmly believe the primary purpose of our government is to secure our rights, and primary among those is the Right to Life - including the life of the unborn.
I was the only U.S. Senator to speak at this year's March for Life, and you can watch my speech in the brief video below.
As a physician, I've looked into the eyes of one pound babies. I've cradled their small precious bodies in the palm of one hand.
And I defy those who are careless - who disregard life - to come to the neonatal nursery with me and look at these tiny little miracles and say "we're not going to protect that."
During my time in the Senate, I've led the fight to end abortion on demand in America.
I've voted to repeal funding for abortion called for under ObamaCare, and I've also voted to stop taxpayer funding for Planned Parenthood - the nation's largest provider of abortion.
Not only that, but I've also introduced the Life at Conception Act in the U.S. Senate.
______, as long as I'm in the U.S. Senate, I pledge to continue fighting for the life of the unborn.
I believe the Right to Life is granted by our Creator, and it must be protected by our government.
Our nation was founded on the principles of individual liberty.
And without life - there can be no liberty.
In Liberty,
Senator Rand Paul
http://www.randpacusa.com/rand4life.aspx...
Another nut case speech professing life from conception, another busybody with his nose in the crotches of women. Just another fanatical nut case.

“ABORTION KILLS A HUMAN BEING”

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#77 Feb 6, 2013
OneProphet wrote:
From Senator Rand Paul:
Can a nation conceived in liberty carry its head high if it denies protection to the youngest and most vulnerable of its citizens?
Can a country founded on God-given rights continue to thrive without understanding that life is a precious gift from our Creator?
If you're like the folks I recently asked those questions to at the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C.- your answer is a resounding "NO!"
Of course, I talk a lot about limited constitutional government.
But make no mistake, I firmly believe the primary purpose of our government is to secure our rights, and primary among those is the Right to Life - including the life of the unborn.
I was the only U.S. Senator to speak at this year's March for Life, and you can watch my speech in the brief video below.
As a physician, I've looked into the eyes of one pound babies. I've cradled their small precious bodies in the palm of one hand.
And I defy those who are careless - who disregard life - to come to the neonatal nursery with me and look at these tiny little miracles and say "we're not going to protect that."
During my time in the Senate, I've led the fight to end abortion on demand in America.
I've voted to repeal funding for abortion called for under ObamaCare, and I've also voted to stop taxpayer funding for Planned Parenthood - the nation's largest provider of abortion.
Not only that, but I've also introduced the Life at Conception Act in the U.S. Senate.
______, as long as I'm in the U.S. Senate, I pledge to continue fighting for the life of the unborn.
I believe the Right to Life is granted by our Creator, and it must be protected by our government.
Our nation was founded on the principles of individual liberty.
And without life - there can be no liberty.
In Liberty,
Senator Rand Paul
http://www.randpacusa.com/rand4life.aspx...
Beautifully put by Mr. Paul. Thank you for posting this :)

“And the Horse You Rode in On”

Since: Sep 08

Minneapolis

#78 Feb 6, 2013
OneProphet wrote:
<quoted text>
You are exactly right about motherhood being optional and that contraceptives are not 100% protective. Our daughter had her tubes tied. My wife did also. THEIR CHOICE!!!!
Once pregnancy happens, the life of the uborn must and should be protected. Life begins at conception whether the unborn baby is wanted or not. it makes no difference in the eyes of God.
You pro-death to the unborn/anti-life advocates need to understand that killing the unborn baby is just as bad as killing the after-born baby.
A nation that doesnot respect the life of the unborn will soon not respect the life of those who are born. The Sanctity of Human Life must be protected!
A simpler task for am man. Why didn't YOU get fixed? Obviously you haven't grown a pair. The least you could do sense she had the children. But then I am sure you value your reproductive equipment above hers.

Once pregnancy happens a woman decides either wants to be pregnant or does not want to be pregnant and she makes a choice, most of the time she does and some of the time she doesn't for a number of PERSONAL reasons that do not involve you! A fictitious male god makes no difference at all.

You anti choice woman hating cretins need to understand that women are not required to be life support systems against their will just as men are not. You need to understand and RESPECT the lives of women. To "expect" is not respect, and YOU expert her to be a life support system against her will, thus you have ZERO respect for the process of gestation and child birth.

A nation that does not respect the life giving attributes that women provide VOLUNTARILY is misogynistic and believes in slavery and always will.
Ocean56

AOL

#79 Feb 7, 2013
OneProphet wrote:
Christianity is NOT mythology. You are a bitter, hateful liberal, intolerant of everyone who dissagrees with your far left ideology!
As far as I'M concerned, Christianity IS mythology, and a very archaic mythology at that. The way it treats women is despicable, in my view. That is why I kicked the toxic baggage of gods, religions and churches to the curb over 20 years ago and haven't regretted that decision for a second.

It's great how much freedom I have when I'm NOT shackled with the often nonsensical beliefs that archaic religions impose, like "birth control is a sin" for starters. Thank goodness I live in the U.S., where religion, like motherhood, is OPTIONAL, not required. Which means a woman can reject both religion AND motherhood, with NO penalties whatsoever. Get over it.
Ocean56

AOL

#80 Feb 7, 2013
OneProphet wrote:
Once pregnancy happens, the life of the uborn must and should be protected. Life begins at conception whether the unborn baby is wanted or not. it makes no difference in the eyes of God.
You pro-death to the unborn/anti-life advocates need to understand that killing the unborn baby is just as bad as killing the after-born baby.
A nation that does not respect the life of the unborn will soon not respect the life of those who are born. The Sanctity of Human Life must be protected!
I couldn't care less about the so-called "eyes of God" or any other dramatic phrases you militant religionists use. Since I rejected all that religious NONSENSE over 20 years ago, your lame threats are both tedious and stupid, not to mention amusing.

Motherhood is still OPTIONAL, not required, even if a pregnancy happens. That means EACH woman gets to decide whether or not to continue it, not you or anyone else. If it isn't YOUR pregnancy, it isn't your decision either. Get used to it.
Ocean56

AOL

#81 Feb 7, 2013
OneProphet wrote:
From Senator Rand Paul:
So what. He's another ANTI-CHOICE politician, not very different from those idiots Todd "Legitimate Rape" Akin and Richard "rape pregnancies are a gift from God" Murdoch.

Are we supposed to be impressed or something?

“And the Horse You Rode in On”

Since: Sep 08

Minneapolis

#82 Feb 7, 2013
Ocean56 wrote:
<quoted text>
I couldn't care less about the so-called "eyes of God" or any other dramatic phrases you militant religionists use. Since I rejected all that religious NONSENSE over 20 years ago, your lame threats are both tedious and stupid, not to mention amusing.
Motherhood is still OPTIONAL, not required, even if a pregnancy happens. That means EACH woman gets to decide whether or not to continue it, not you or anyone else. If it isn't YOUR pregnancy, it isn't your decision either. Get used to it.
Now Ocean, you must understand that his male god has a great deal of time on his hands and spends it filling women's uteruses and patrolling them. Some days he is in a foul mood and decides to boot the fetus out , or he causes fetal deformity and other health and life related risks. Bedroom patrol is his main job, this is why he does not have time to pay attention to wars, hunger and all the rest of the minor details. Women are his transportation toy and haven't a right to make decisions even if they are virgins he can still knockem up! He has focused on women's reproductive lives ever since that bitch Eve ate his apple.

I don't know why you are not accepting this, perfectly logical!

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