ACLU drops challenge to Kansas aborti...

ACLU drops challenge to Kansas abortion law

There are 6 comments on the Marshfield News-Herald story from Jan 18, 2013, titled ACLU drops challenge to Kansas abortion law. In it, Marshfield News-Herald reports that:

Flanked by Senate President, Susan Wagle, R-Wichita, right, and Speaker of the House Rep.

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mea

United States

#1 Jan 18, 2013
Okay...here's the grief....
People have received a choice in this country if they want to kill or not. Some that want to kill
call it health care, but that is besides the point.
NOW, people who have received this choice to kill
LEGALLY want it for free. Well someone has to pay.
AND it shouldn't be someone who does not want to
get involved nor does not want to ever kill.
BUT since Obama CARE....people who wish to NOT kill
can NO LONGER be free from that. Their choice is
GONE...pretty much...because the only way that
they can exercise their choice is to drop their own health insurance and suffer penalties from the government and also penalties from higher costs at facilities and very very possibly bankruptcy.
This is pretty dog gone expensive. Where the
one chooser's cost is in the $500 to $1000 range
the other chooser's cost is ruinous!..
In this Kansas case, these choosers who want
others to pay....well they lost that push.
I say GOOD. But the right to act morally still does not exist in this country since Obama and gang came to town.
mea

United States

#2 Jan 18, 2013
Many people are totally clueless as to how their
freedom to act morally is now pretty much completely gone. How their freedom to act as
a Christian should act is being tromped on.
Believe this!$1 (a minimum---it could be much more
in the future) per month is taken out of your forced health insurance premiums and then set into an account at the insurance company
specifically for killing. And your insurance premiums have risen now bigtime to cover this extra bookkeeping cost.
You didn't know that?
And, if you refuse to give that dollar of your hard earned wages then you need to drop your entire health insurance policy.
And do you know who is exempt from this?
The law on Jan 20, 2012 stipulates that Islamic mosques are exempt from this by virtue of the fact that they only hire other islamics....they discriminate when they hire...or they offer charity ONLY to other Islamics..not as Christian's do for anyone regardless of their religion.... or because Islamics offer charity with the strings attached
that the recipient convert to Islam.
These are exempt from this because they are
then considered religious employers.
Christians fail the qualifications!
I'm not lying here! This is what has transpired!
mea

United States

#3 Jan 18, 2013
And stupid stupid Catholics especially
dance in the streets of Chicago and Washington
in praise of this crap of a human we have for
a president.
I'm pissed off royally. And totally disgusted.
I am an American citizen and I no longer have the freedom to act morally!
Not so much because of this crap of a human we have for a president....but because of YOU selfish ignorant
Catholics who voted your god into office!
Robert

Lithia Springs, GA

#4 Jan 19, 2013
mea wrote:
And stupid stupid Catholics especially
dance in the streets of Chicago and Washington
in praise of this crap of a human we have for
a president.
I'm pissed off royally. And totally disgusted.
I am an American citizen and I no longer have the freedom to act morally!
Not so much because of this crap of a human we have for a president....but because of YOU selfish ignorant
Catholics who voted your god into office!
If you are pissed off at who is in the white house just remember that trying to put your version of religion off on everyone helped get him there and helped assure he would have a democratic senate.
These religious based comments on abortion by senate candidates is what cost the republicans the senate and helped democrats in general. If the republican party ever wants to take part in government they will kick you to the curb. It is a rule of law thing, abortion is not killing no matter how bad you want to say it is.
Lepor

Ames, IA

#5 Jan 19, 2013
Even if you are unlucky enough to have to live in Kansas, if you are pregnant, you can still get an abortion. nd if you want one, go and get it done.
DON't let an immoral governemnt tell you whattot do with your body or your life.

I love the Christian Right. Don't have an abortion, and don't leave home without your gun in case you have to defend yourself by killing someone.
That is EXACTLY what Jesus wanted.
That's what he said on the mountain top.
"Don't kill the children. Let them grow up, then kill them."
Stupid stupid poliys.
Sheik Yerbouti

Southampton, PA

#6 Mar 9, 2013
mea wrote:
Many people are totally clueless as to how their
freedom to act morally is now pretty much completely gone. How their freedom to act as
a Christian should act is being tromped on.
Believe this!$1 (a minimum---it could be much more
in the future) per month is taken out of your forced health insurance premiums and then set into an account at the insurance company
specifically for killing. And your insurance premiums have risen now bigtime to cover this extra bookkeeping cost.
You didn't know that?
And, if you refuse to give that dollar of your hard earned wages then you need to drop your entire health insurance policy.
And do you know who is exempt from this?
The law on Jan 20, 2012 stipulates that Islamic mosques are exempt from this by virtue of the fact that they only hire other islamics....they discriminate when they hire...or they offer charity ONLY to other Islamics..not as Christian's do for anyone regardless of their religion.... or because Islamics offer charity with the strings attached
that the recipient convert to Islam.
These are exempt from this because they are
then considered religious employers.
Christians fail the qualifications!
I'm not lying here! This is what has transpired!
Take your silly mythology and shove it up your ignorant ass!!

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