Kan. abortion rules face test in federal court

Jul 1, 2011 Full story: Athens Banner-Herald 38

Kansas still has one abortion provider, but two others that don't have state licenses were hoping to persuade a federal judge to block a new licensing law and health department regulations they consider burdensome.

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Since: Feb 09

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#21 Jul 1, 2011
nunya wrote:
I disagree with war yet my taxes go to support war. Isn't war kind of like performing really, really late term abortions by the thousands? Why can anyone who claims to be pro life support war? Perplexing indeed.
And you have ever right to protest against war, lobby your congressman against War and try to get war stopped.
ProLife

Doylestown, PA

#22 Jul 1, 2011
Grrrrrrrrrr wrote:
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It is a traversty and a disgrace what people do in lieu of birth conrtol 53 million abortions/CHOICES has nothing to do with health rights of anyone but dead babies
dispicable
KUDOS Kansas!
You are a hero to defend the unborn...abortions induce mental health risks, breast cancer, and many other serious problems that actually HINDER the health of women. Worst of all, abortions kill.
nunya

Wichita, KS

#23 Jul 1, 2011
californio wrote:
<quoted text>And you have ever right to protest against war, lobby your congressman against War and try to get war stopped.
That doesn't mean I have the right to bomb warrior's workplaces or go into churches and murder off duty warriors. Face it, the supporters of pro choice are far less radical than the pro life crowd who bomb clinics and murder doctors just because they didn't get their way in the courts. The courts have decided that not even the government can force a woman to carry a child from conception to birth if she doesn't want to. That would be like caging up an animal and forcing them to breed. Try to remember that involuntary servitude was prohibited by constitutional amendment.

“I just hate stupid people”

Since: Apr 07

DEEP SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

#24 Jul 1, 2011
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
BREAKING NEWS:
A federal judge has blocked Kansas from enforcing new rules for its abortion providers.
Wow, another great court decision to go into the 4th of July weekend celebrating our Independence from the right-wingers attempts to end this great country as the Founding Fathers meant for it to be.
Yeah great news, now they can bump up the appointments to murder babies.

IF the Founding Fathers wanted abortion to be LEGAL i am pretty sure it would have been back then, and not until 1973.
demoncraps

Odessa, FL

#25 Jul 1, 2011
funny how liberetards stick up for the murder of God's little children ... democraps make me sick!

“I just hate stupid people”

Since: Apr 07

DEEP SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

#26 Jul 1, 2011
nunya wrote:
I disagree with war yet my taxes go to support war. Isn't war kind of like performing really, really late term abortions by the thousands? Why can anyone who claims to be pro life support war? Perplexing indeed.
Well sometimes war comes your way and you have no other choice, you either fight, or you spend the rest of your life kissing somebody elses ass, if you have a life left.

Pro-Lifers supporting war? It's more like self defense.

Question? How the hell can somebody support killing babies, but be against the death penalty for child killers and murderers?

That's what i call perplexing, or just plain evil.

“I just hate stupid people”

Since: Apr 07

DEEP SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

#27 Jul 1, 2011
demoncraps wrote:
funny how liberetards stick up for the murder of God's little children ... democraps make me sick!
As i have said many times before liberals are evil. They proclaim how cultured and caring they are, but if you notice it is the scum and evil they stand up for while abusing the most innocent.
nunya

Wichita, KS

#28 Jul 1, 2011
SIR LANCELOT wrote:
<quoted text>As i have said many times before liberals are evil. They proclaim how cultured and caring they are, but if you notice it is the scum and evil they stand up for while abusing the most innocent.
What? Are you upset at the lot lizards who refuse to be the mother of your children? All she wanted was some money to buy some more meth. It's probably best that she ended you child's life before it began. She wouldn't have been a good mommy and you are always on the road hauling Chinese products to the American masses. That's why your wife keeps going to planned parenthood. Not to "protest" like she says, but to keep you from seeing the color of the dark skinned men she sleeps with when you drive off for another week of over the road trucking. If abortions were illegal, you would be able to catch that cheating #@$% once and for all. lol

“I just hate stupid people”

Since: Apr 07

DEEP SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

#29 Jul 1, 2011
nunya wrote:
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What? Are you upset at the lot lizards who refuse to be the mother of your children? All she wanted was some money to buy some more meth. It's probably best that she ended you child's life before it began. She wouldn't have been a good mommy and you are always on the road hauling Chinese products to the American masses. That's why your wife keeps going to planned parenthood. Not to "protest" like she says, but to keep you from seeing the color of the dark skinned men she sleeps with when you drive off for another week of over the road trucking. If abortions were illegal, you would be able to catch that cheating #@$% once and for all. lol
Another libtard "eat up" with the dumbass disease.
Responsibility

South San Francisco, CA

#31 Jul 2, 2011
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
BREAKING NEWS:
A federal judge has blocked Kansas from enforcing new rules for its abortion providers.
Wow, another great court decision to go into the 4th of July weekend celebrating our Independence from the right-wingers attempts to end this great country as the Founding Fathers meant for it to be.
The best news of the week!

Since: Feb 09

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#32 Jul 2, 2011
nunya wrote:
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That doesn't mean I have the right to bomb warrior's workplaces or go into churches and murder off duty warriors. Face it, the supporters of pro choice are far less radical than the pro life crowd who bomb clinics and murder doctors just because they didn't get their way in the courts. The courts have decided that not even the government can force a woman to carry a child from conception to birth if she doesn't want to. That would be like caging up an animal and forcing them to breed. Try to remember that involuntary servitude was prohibited by constitutional amendment.
Your reply has nothing to do with anything I posted. Trying to change the subject?
I will state my position again. If I am not paying for it I have no say in what a woman does. But if said woman going to hand me the bill ,then I have the right to stick my nose i her business.
So if you are paying for your own abortion it is none of my business, but the moment you hand me the bill(Use my tax dollars to fund it) IT IS MY BUSINESS.

Since: Sep 07

Maumee, OH

#33 Jul 2, 2011
californio wrote:
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Your reply has nothing to do with anything I posted. Trying to change the subject?
I will state my position again. If I am not paying for it I have no say in what a woman does. But if said woman going to hand me the bill ,then I have the right to stick my nose i her business.
So if you are paying for your own abortion it is none of my business, but the moment you hand me the bill(Use my tax dollars to fund it) IT IS MY BUSINESS.
Where are you being handed the bill? I guess you are not familiar with the Hyde Amendment which has been in affect since 1976. No federal money for abortions. So you have nothing to worry about because your tax money is not being used for abortions.

Since: Sep 07

Maumee, OH

#34 Jul 2, 2011
ProLife wrote:
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You are a hero to defend the unborn...abortions induce mental health risks, breast cancer, and many other serious problems that actually HINDER the health of women. Worst of all, abortions kill.
Something you might be interested in:

http://www.usatoday.com/yourlife/health/medic...

http://www.rhrealitycheck.org/blog/2010/01/13...

More women suffer from mental health issues who give birth then the terminate the pregnancy for what ever the reason.

It's the woman/couple decision.
ProLife

Doylestown, PA

#35 Jul 2, 2011
pamiety wrote:
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Something you might be interested in:
http://www.usatoday.com/yourlife/health/medic...
http://www.rhrealitycheck.org/blog/2010/01/13...
More women suffer from mental health issues who give birth then the terminate the pregnancy for what ever the reason.
It's the woman/couple decision.
Thanks for the links, but I never made a claim that woman suffer health risks more so if the have an abortion than if they actually gie brith. What you say is totally true, but I want you to think about this: what is better...two lives, one fine and the other one "challenged," or only one life, seriously scarred by the knowledge that her child was killed...within her own womb.

Since: Feb 09

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#36 Jul 2, 2011
pamiety wrote:
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Where are you being handed the bill? I guess you are not familiar with the Hyde Amendment which has been in affect since 1976. No federal money for abortions. So you have nothing to worry about because your tax money is not being used for abortions.
I live in California where State money is used.

Since: Sep 07

Maumee, OH

#37 Jul 2, 2011
ProLife wrote:
<quoted text>
Thanks for the links, but I never made a claim that woman suffer health risks more so if the have an abortion than if they actually gie brith. What you say is totally true, but I want you to think about this: what is better...two lives, one fine and the other one "challenged," or only one life, seriously scarred by the knowledge that her child was killed...within her own womb.
I want what the mother thinks is best. You are under the assumption that the woman wouldn't be able to deal with it. It's not my call or yours.

"her own womb" You said it better then I could ever say it.

Since: Sep 07

Maumee, OH

#38 Jul 2, 2011
californio wrote:
<quoted text> I live in California where State money is used.
What are your issues with Welfare? Since a significant number of women who have abortions are poor and probably will be on the system you would/will pay more that way.
Sure

Aldrich, MO

#39 Jul 3, 2011
nunya wrote:
If someone wants to go to the doctor it is their business, not your. What the doctor says to the patient is none of your business. What the patient says to the doctor is none of your business. Any diagnosis given is none of your business. Any treatment prescribed is none of your business. The laws of this land prohibit the release of medical information to third parties so if lab results indicate someone is pregnant, it is none of your business and you have no right to know. Only the doctor and the patient. If the pregnancy is terminated through abortion or miscarriage, it was none of your business in the first place so quit trying to make it so.
Hogwash! Should we have said the same thing about the Nazi gestapo? America you are very very sick.

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