There is Everything Wrong with Abortion

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#232431 Jan 15, 2015
mamma-san wrote:
<quoted text>There are laws, but YOU, personally, are not the law. YOU have no say in a woman's decision in regard to her reproductive system. The states might, but YOU, personally, do not.
Again, you're wrong. Laws are voted in by legislators who are elected by by me, and others. They then vote our interests. We ARE the state. Someone needs a civics lesson.

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#232432 Jan 15, 2015
Grunt56 wrote:
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Again, you're wrong. Laws are voted in by legislators who are elected by by me, and others. They then vote our interests. We ARE the state. Someone needs a civics lesson.
Someone needs a reality check. I said "you, PERSONALLY."

Do you physically prevent a woman from having a child? Or from giving birth? Or from having an abortion? From having her child adopted?

Are you there to stop her from doing these things? Of course not.

There are laws, but YOU personally, do not enforce those laws.

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#232433 Jan 15, 2015
Grunt56 wrote:
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You keep saying that, and perhaps it allows you to sleep at night after taking a life you created. However, repeating it doesn't make it true. Additionally, it IS my business. The courts said so. How much of it is my business changes every day, fortunately in favor of the innocent lives at risk.
Your repetitions don't make your statement true, wads of goo are not babies. Just when and where did the courts say it's YOUR business? Because THAT is a lie, the only time it is any of your concern is if it is YOUR body.
I have never had an elective abortion. So, even if you were right,(and you are not) I would STILL have nothing to keep me up at night. Once again, you've only made an ass of yourself, you ignorant pile of waste. Neither you or lippy are worth the oxygen you consume. What is it that drives you uneducated fools to try and control the lives of others?
How about you let ME control YOUR body? No? Then foadiaf, because you don't get to control OURS.

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#232434 Jan 15, 2015
Grunt56 wrote:
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Again, you're wrong. Laws are voted in by legislators who are elected by by me, and others. They then vote our interests. We ARE the state. Someone needs a civics lesson.
That doesn't make YOU in charge of MY body. You are wrong about nearly everything you post here. Have you not noticed that abortion is LEGAL????
So, mind your own business.
Not your body? NOT your business, EVER.

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#232436 Jan 16, 2015
Jorge Bergoglio wrote:
<quoted text>I am sorry you need to make baseless judgements about people you do not know. Spare us your arrogance.
Do you understand what "baseless judgments" means? There are enough posts here to base a judgment upon. When someone kills their unborn child then DEFENDS that action and shows no remorse, it says a lot about their character.

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#232437 Jan 16, 2015
Grunt56 wrote:
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Do you understand what "baseless judgments" means? There are enough posts here to base a judgment upon. When someone kills their unborn child then DEFENDS that action and shows no remorse, it says a lot about their character.
You are judging me based upon ONE decision I've made in my entire life. That would be almost 58 years worth of decisions. That is a baseless judgement.

I don't care if you agree with my decision or not. I made the best decision I could, at the time, based upon my situation.

Don't like it? I don't care. You weren't there and you aren't aware of all the facts.

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#232438 Jan 16, 2015
mamma-san wrote:
<quoted text>You are judging me based upon ONE decision I've made in my entire life. That would be almost 58 years worth of decisions. That is a baseless judgement.

I don't care if you agree with my decision or not. I made the best decision I could, at the time, based upon my situation.

Don't like it? I don't care. You weren't there and you aren't aware of all the facts.
And you still have no remorse for that decision years later. That's continuity of character. Again, enough information to base a judgment on.

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#232439 Jan 16, 2015
Grunt56 wrote:
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And you still have no remorse for that decision years later. That's continuity of character. Again, enough information to base a judgment on.
Where is it written one must have remorse?

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#232440 Jan 16, 2015
mamma-san wrote:
<quoted text>Where is it written one must have remorse?
Are you having trouble following the conversation? It isn't. That's why it's the base to judge your character. If it were required, it wouldn't.

Now I have a base to judge your intelligence.

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#232441 Jan 16, 2015
Grunt56 wrote:
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Are you having trouble following the conversation? It isn't. That's why it's the base to judge your character. If it were required, it wouldn't.
Now I have a base to judge your intelligence.
You are avoiding the question.

I'll expand the question to help you think:

Where is it written one must feel remorse in making a decision that she felt was necessary for the well-being of her children?

it amazes me that you have the gall to judge someone you've never met, and never will, in a decision made in regard to children. But obviously, you have a god-complex.
Jorge Bergoglio

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#232442 Jan 16, 2015
Grunt56 wrote:
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Do you understand what "baseless judgments" means? There are enough posts here to base a judgment upon. When someone kills their unborn child then DEFENDS that action and shows no remorse, it says a lot about their character.
God kills 1 in 6-7 pregnancies before they come to term. Will you judge God too? Maybe you should "work out your own salvation with fear and trembling..."

Let us know when you develop a shred of intelectual honesty.

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#232443 Jan 17, 2015
mamma-san wrote:
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You are avoiding the question.
I'll expand the question to help you think:
Where is it written one must feel remorse in making a decision that she felt was necessary for the well-being of her children?
it amazes me that you have the gall to judge someone you've never met, and never will, in a decision made in regard to children. But obviously, you have a god-complex.
As I stated, but is plainly above your ability to understand, it isn't written. HENCE grounds upon which to base a judgment.

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#232444 Jan 17, 2015
Jorge Bergoglio wrote:
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God kills 1 in 6-7 pregnancies before they come to term. Will you judge God too? Maybe you should "work out your own salvation with fear and trembling..."
Let us know when you develop a shred of intelectual honesty.
Who's God and what does he have to do with this discussion?

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#232445 Jan 17, 2015
Grunt56 wrote:
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As I stated, but is plainly above your ability to understand, it isn't written. HENCE grounds upon which to base a judgment.
You still haven't stated where it is written that one must feel remorse.

If it's not written, it is your opinion, albeit an incorrect one.

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#232446 Jan 17, 2015
mamma-san wrote:
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You still haven't stated where it is written that one must feel remorse.
If it's not written, it is your opinion, albeit an incorrect one.
Do you have a learning disability? Serious question.

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#232447 Jan 17, 2015
Grunt56 wrote:
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Do you have a learning disability? Serious question.
It is YOUR assumption that I feel no remorse. So answer the question.

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#232448 Jan 17, 2015
mamma-san wrote:
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It is YOUR assumption that I feel no remorse. So answer the question.
Correct. It is my ASSUMPTION based on your posts. I am of the opinion that you have no remorse. Am I mistaken? Do you feel remorse?

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#232449 Jan 17, 2015
Grunt56 wrote:
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Correct. It is my ASSUMPTION based on your posts. I am of the opinion that you have no remorse. Am I mistaken? Do you feel remorse?
Open your mind just a tiny bit. Don't focus on the one thing you know about me. Use your own life.

Have you ever had to make a hard decision, a decision that was gut-wrenching and painful? Yet if you don't follow through with that decision, it could negatively affect others and would definitely negatively affect your responsibilities? But, at the end of the day, painful as that decision was, you know it was the right one?

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#232450 Jan 17, 2015
mamma-san wrote:
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Open your mind just a tiny bit. Don't focus on the one thing you know about me. Use your own life.
Have you ever had to make a hard decision, a decision that was gut-wrenching and painful? Yet if you don't follow through with that decision, it could negatively affect others and would definitely negatively affect your responsibilities? But, at the end of the day, painful as that decision was, you know it was the right one?
I answered your question. Now please answer mine.

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#232451 Jan 17, 2015
Grunt56 wrote:
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I answered your question. Now please answer mine.
It seems YOU are the one with learning disabilities. You have not answered my question, while I did answer yours.

Does the phrase "gut wrenching decision" not compute? Look it up.

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