I don't know anyone other than Bitner who identifies as pagan. Being pagan does not make one a witch - that's a Wiccan. And as I stated before, I don't know any proaborts.<quoted text>
Ah, do you see how fast the pagan proabort witches can turn on you.
For what? Do you think these ladies plan to come after me with flaming pitchforks? This is a discussion, not a 17th century trial.<quoted text>When you agree with them they love you. They love your moniker and anyhtng you say that "they' think attacks Christianity, Catholics and motherhood but when you deviate from the pagan "script", watch out.
I hadn't noticed that. You'd have to ask that poster, as I will not speak for anyone else, and I don't have an opinion on that matter.<quoted text>Why do you think many like ladlulu have no opinion but just kiss the lesbain leaders arses.
I am neither defending nor castigating Mrs. Duggar. That's my whole point in the "Mrs. Duggar" conversation, which, frankly, I'm getting VERY tired of.<quoted text>You are defending a woman who has choosen to love motherhood and doesn't hate pregnanacy like Chaz Ocean. This woman has embraced her right to have children and love having children and love motherhood.
Evil? I hadn't noticed that either.<quoted text>That drives the old hippie femminist proabort pagans crazy. The fact that you defend her right makes you evil.
Of course I'm not a 'proabort', true or otherwise, and I've repeated this to you several times. Your refusal to cease using this term is one reason why there's no way in hell I'm changing my avatar on your say-so. You haven't answered the question of whether or not you support the nuns I mentioned yesterday either. I doubt I'll change my avatar, even if you do, just so you know.<quoted text>They may suspect you are not a true proabort, or even worse--a secret Christian.