Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

There are 326538 comments on the Newsday story from Jan 22, 2008, titled Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision. In it, Newsday reports that:

Thousands of abortion opponents marched from the National Mall to the Supreme Court on Tuesday in their annual remembrance of the court's Roe v. Wade decision.

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Katie

Tacoma, WA

#295931 May 13, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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Or perhaps she was saying she would trust God through something, instead of trying to play God?
Then who are you or anyone else to say Michael Schiavo didn't trust God through something? Removing futile treatment is not playing God.

(when a brain has liquefied to the point it's half its normal size, it is beyond "brain damage")
Bit-O-Honey

Mooresville, NC

#295932 May 13, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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So is ever other abortionist, and every single person on here who is for abortion, their trial date is set for the future, My prayer is they find a great "GO BETWEEN" BEFORE their trial date.
Also, had a woman not died they would love gosnell. Sick.
What is "sick" is azzholes like you lying as you've done here, and caling yourselves christian.

You're a freak and a phony and nothing more.

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#295933 May 13, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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The ONLY difference, is what size the BABY is. No lies, just cold hard truth.
The people wanted. Gosnell produced.
And none of this addresses the lies you told in the other post.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#295934 May 13, 2013
No, she didn't know her relatives; her brain was the size of a small apple. There was no cognitive abiity. Only an idiot thinks a feeding tube is the same as giving the patient a meal on a tray. Food slurry is forced into the stomach; the tube frequently leaks. The actual nutritive value is minimal. Patients on tube feedings waste away.

You, as usual, haven't a clue what you are talking about.
sasssylicious wrote:
<quoted text> Allowing someone to deliberately die of dehydration is cruel. I see that foo says that it's a "peaceful" way to die. Total opposite in fact. Terri was not on any extra ordinary means of keeping her alive. She was given food and fluid. She had brain damage (not brain dead). She knew her loved ones and responded despite it. Killing her was inhumane at that point.
These proaborts are prodeath. They have no respect for human life. Heaven forbid their loved one becomes 'imperfect' maybe do to an accident or something. They think they deserve death.
Deny food and a person will starve. You are correct. Retarded people..brain damaged..etc...deserve respect.
rosesz

Pompano Beach, FL

#295935 May 13, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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The ONLY difference, is what size the BABY is. No lies, just cold hard truth.
The people wanted. Gosnell produced.
There is a difference with him though. He WAS an abortionist..in the end according to his employees..He skipped the abortive efforts IN THE WOMB. and just delivered the babies then sliced into the spinal cords..so since they had been alive he got convicted of murder. FOR me killing those viable babies in the womb was the same as out..but for the jury they convicted him. HAD he been doing late term abortions on viable babies in the womb the result would have been a distinction for THE JURY.

And for the woman he killed he got manslaughter.

IMO..He wasn't just can abortionist..he was a weird serial killer in a job that gave him free reign on his perversions.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#295936 May 13, 2013
You're so afraid of death, you sad little coward. There's nothing good about the end of non-life?

You should get an education and then your opinion might mean something.
The Prince wrote:
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I think you still are, pagan.
You "beautiful death" people are exactly what the culture of death is all about. You didn't do the dying so you have no idea what agony she went through. Stop but humping and start thinking.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#295937 May 13, 2013
In terms of medical treatment, intubation is considered as much a "heroic effort" as a respirator. You consider feeding through a surgically-implanted tube "natural"?
sasssylicious wrote:
<quoted text> YOU'RE a nurse? I don't believe you. Food and water are not "unnatural" they are essential to keeping ALL of us alive. Terri was not given any extraordinary means to survive unnaturally". Had she been, then that a whole different story.
Gtown71

United States

#295938 May 13, 2013
Bit-O-Honey wrote:
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What is "sick" is azzholes like you lying as you've done here, and caling yourselves christian.
You're a freak and a phony and nothing more.
Let me get this straight.

I and others missrepresent Jesus Christ "in Whom means NOTHING to you? " got it ;)

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#295939 May 13, 2013
I remember a lot about my time in the coma; my mind was very active. It was just not connected to the external world.

Again, autonomic responses are not the same as feeling pain.
sasssylicious wrote:
<quoted text> When my son was in a coma I was told that he didnt feel or hear. Well he did. I asked him to wiggle his toe if he heard me. After some time he did respond by wiggling his toe on demand. NOBODY has proof of who feels what or hears. You may not recall the time you were in a coma. In fact my son doesnt remember much of anything from those months. Didn't mean that at the time he wasnt aware.
He was parallyzed at one point. Dr tried to see if he felt pain. He didnt respond by moving his arm or leg when pricked with a needle but his eyes frowned as if he did feel.
Gtown71

United States

#295940 May 13, 2013
Katie wrote:
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Then who are you or anyone else to say Michael Schiavo didn't trust God through something? Removing futile treatment is not playing God.
(when a brain has liquefied to the point it's half its normal size, it is beyond "brain damage")
If you put a 12 gauge shotgun up to someones head, and pull the trigger. "By the way, for you strick word game folks, lets just say the gun is loaded, with a "live " round, which means it has gun powder, wadding, and lead or some other type of projectile, sealed up in what is usualy called a shot gun shell, which can be purchased many places, in a normal box of 25, unless it is slugs, in which normal would be a box of five " :):):)

Any who -when the gun goes off, and takes out half the brain, the person will be dead, before he or she comes to rest.

Their heart does NOT continue to beat.

LIKE TERRIES DID.

SHE WAS KEPT AWAY FROM WHAT WE MUST HAVE IN ORDER TO LIVE.
Gtown71

United States

#295941 May 13, 2013
rosesz wrote:
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There is a difference with him though. He WAS an abortionist..in the end according to his employees..He skipped the abortive efforts IN THE WOMB. and just delivered the babies then sliced into the spinal cords..so since they had been alive he got convicted of murder. FOR me killing those viable babies in the womb was the same as out..but for the jury they convicted him. HAD he been doing late term abortions on viable babies in the womb the result would have been a distinction for THE JURY.
And for the woman he killed he got manslaughter.
IMO..He wasn't just can abortionist..he was a weird serial killer in a job that gave him free reign on his perversions.
No doubt this guy was a sicko, I pray he finds God, while in prison.

Who knows maybe he did them by the rules, untill he thought what's really the difference?

Like you said -he had the perfect place to carry out his deeds.

I also realize other abortion docs don't do as he did, and some truly believe they are helping.

As ocean says -raising a kids takes alot out of a young lady, but for many of them, a baby might just save their life and soul.
rosesz

Pompano Beach, FL

#295942 May 13, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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No doubt this guy was a sicko, I pray he finds God, while in prison.
Who knows maybe he did them by the rules, untill he thought what's really the difference?
Like you said -he had the perfect place to carry out his deeds.
I also realize other abortion docs don't do as he did, and some truly believe they are helping.
As ocean says -raising a kids takes alot out of a young lady, but for many of them, a baby might just save their life and soul.
Actually the reason they say was because in doing the late term abortions he mutilated women WHO IN TURN SUED HIM..assuming they lived.
So the straight out deliver and murder was less risky for him..probably lucky for those women also..he was a hack. But also weird in keeping the dead babies and pieces as I guess trophies??
He was evil but luckily not legally insane
Katie

Tacoma, WA

#295943 May 13, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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If you put a 12 gauge shotgun up to someones head, and pull the trigger. "By the way, for you strick word game folks, lets just say the gun is loaded, with a "live " round, which means it has gun powder, wadding, and lead or some other type of projectile, sealed up in what is usualy called a shot gun shell, which can be purchased many places, in a normal box of 25, unless it is slugs, in which normal would be a box of five " :):):)
Any who -when the gun goes off, and takes out half the brain, the person will be dead, before he or she comes to rest.
Their heart does NOT continue to beat.
LIKE TERRIES DID.
SHE WAS KEPT AWAY FROM WHAT WE MUST HAVE IN ORDER TO LIVE.
You don't see keeping her alive through artificial means is playing God? Preventing her from a natural death by helping to maintain her heartbeat with a plastic tube inserted in her stomach and filled with a pulp like substance neither tasted nor smelled?

You just pretend you don't hold the same type of shotgun you accuse of others. Especially as you reduce a whole woman, an adult wife, down to a heartbeat.

Since: Jun 08

Location hidden

#295944 May 13, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
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Well atleast you thought enough to post :)
I also didn't single you out, I said "they" -you know "them" who say really stupid stuff, like if you allow someone to starve to death, it is a beautiful, peaceful way to die, or even better, if you remove a persons feeding tube they don't starve to death???
Any impute nurse elise?
There are two extreme views on this topic, both think they are right, you should question if you are.
Ummm, this is my job, my training is in the field we are discussing. I treat the patients that you only speculate about. You do not know what you are talking about. You opine, I speak from solid experience. When you do some real research, you may discuss with me...maybe.

Since: Jun 08

Location hidden

#295945 May 13, 2013
sasssylicious wrote:
<quoted text> YOU'RE a nurse? I don't believe you. Food and water are not "unnatural" they are essential to keeping ALL of us alive. Terri was not given any extraordinary means to survive unnaturally". Had she been, then that a whole different story.
-sigh- Another one who doesn't bother to research a subject before bloviating. Go get educated.

Since: Jun 08

Location hidden

#295946 May 13, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
In terms of medical treatment, intubation is considered as much a "heroic effort" as a respirator. You consider feeding through a surgically-implanted tube "natural"?
<quoted text>
How do these idiots manage to get through the day, being so @#$%ing stupid)
The Prince

Allentown, PA

#295947 May 13, 2013
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text> How do these idiots manage to get through the day, being so @#$%ing stupid)
How are you pagans going to handle Gosnell the abortionist being found guilty. Abortionists ate heroes to you guys. You praise the right of women to get an abortion whenever they want. this is the result.

Finally. Now the law can go after the other abortionariums you proabortion pagans hold sacred and rid society of all those death mills.

Amen!

Since: Jun 08

Location hidden

#295948 May 14, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
I remember a lot about my time in the coma; my mind was very active. It was just not connected to the external world.
Again, autonomic responses are not the same as feeling pain.
<quoted text>
I'd love to know more about what was going on in your kind during that time. Fascinating.
Gtown71

United States

#295949 May 14, 2013
Katie wrote:
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You don't see keeping her alive through artificial means is playing God? Preventing her from a natural death by helping to maintain her heartbeat with a plastic tube inserted in her stomach and filled with a pulp like substance neither tasted nor smelled?
You just pretend you don't hold the same type of shotgun you accuse of others. Especially as you reduce a whole woman, an adult wife, down to a heartbeat.
No Katie I don't.
She had been that way for many years. Plus who do you believe?

If they had to keep machines plugged up for her heart to beat or for her to breath, it would be different.

Her mother said she knew when she was there, so did others.

I'm not saying terrie was going to get up and go to the mall or out to eat with them, but many people have a sad quality of life for many years.

I truly do not know her husbands motives, but what harm was there in feeding her, and giving her water, through a tube or anything?

It kinda reminds me of Elvis dying from heart failure, sure his heart stopped beating. Yet is that what caused his death?
Gtown71

United States

#295950 May 14, 2013
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text>Ummm, this is my job, my training is in the field we are discussing. I treat the patients that you only speculate about. You do not know what you are talking about. You opine, I speak from solid experience. When you do some real research, you may discuss with me...maybe.
If you work in hospice, then I geuss you do, BUT I don't see terrie being a hospice patient anymore then any of us. We are all going to die.

I got to sit with a dear friend of mine about a year ago, for her last night on earh, inside a hospice house. She was stage 4 lung cancer. As you know things had changed quickly. She was talking just a few days earlier, but this night her eyes were rolled back, her mouth open, and I'm pretty sure they had only a pain pump hooked up to her.

Not 100% sure, but I don't remember an iv, only the pain pump, which was a small "back pack " type of deal.

Plus a pain patch.

Her body was no doubt dying. I've buried many many people, and have seen them go many different ways, but terrie was breathing on her own, heart beating on its on.

There to me lies the difference.

Again, I'm not saying terrie had a very good quality of life, but I still feel the way she died wasn't good at all.

Had they given my friend iv fluids and or food, she may or may not have.lived longer, but she would've died pretty soon, either way.

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