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New York, NY

Yankee talk back 4, or is it 5

He could've stopped !  (Wednesday Sep 24 | post #315366)

New York, NY

Yankee talk back 4, or is it 5

Until it does we still have to put up with this ponderous money grubbing farewell tour. If I may borrow from Mr Mushnick - "Today....... today.......I consider myself......the greediest yankee......on the face of the earth"  (Wednesday Sep 24 | post #315365)

New York, NY

Yankee talk back 4, or is it 5

Pretty good. But troll ??? Surely you jest ?  (Wednesday Sep 24 | post #315364)

New York, NY

Yankee talk back 4, or is it 5

Honor the legacy of the phony dive. Even the Lego Jeter could have stopped. http://static3.nyd ailynews.com/polop oly_fs/1.1950515.1 411523509!/img/htt pImage/image.jpg_g en/derivatives/art icle_970/divelego- web.jpg  (Wednesday Sep 24 | post #315360)

New York, NY

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Of which you are a charter member. How's my favorite supporter of the right to kill ? Did you find any proof to back up your claim that I said Bitter supported abortion ? You said you were going to link me to my words and that I had done it so often it would be easy to find proof. That was like two years ago. You've had more than enough timeI'm pretty sure Feces/Effigy did. He's been using that "all life is the same" nonsense as far back as I can rememberThey're both technically considered abortions but they are not the same. They're not the same at all. If they were there would be no need to term them "induced " and "spontaneous ". The mere fact that you include two different adjectives to describe them in and of itself points out their difference. Still clueless katie  (Oct 16, 2013 | post #313407)

New York, NY

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

No, the state's interest in protecting fetal life. There is no mention of their interest as a taxpayer. Do state's enact murder laws for the purpose ensuring more tax revenue ? Besides, there's no guarantee that that life would end up paying taxes. It could end up as a deadbeat parasite.....like youNot a playa my ass. Who are you....really. C'mon. We won't think any less of you. How could we ? Just sayin'  (Apr 24, 2013 | post #293391)

New York, NY

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

And in all of this tripe, still not one answer to any of the questions I asked. I'm gonna have fun dissecting your idiocy. You're a lightweight. Who are you......really ?  (Apr 24, 2013 | post #293390)

New York, NY

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

No it doesn't. They can make it about anything they want to make it about. Doesn't make it so. Argue your position on it's merits. I'm betting you can't. You come across as a real lightweight. Figuratively speaking that isAre you one of those freaks that thinks a fetus has to possess rights in order to be afforded legal protection ? Wake up. They already are.  (Apr 24, 2013 | post #293387)

New York, NY

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

What a moron.....future taxpayer. Not even the SC used that terminology. Is it not a potential future taxpayer at 22 weeks prior to viability as it is at a viable 30 weeks ? She's not been ignoring the the answers. The question has never been answered. Sure you parrot the RvW text that establishes some arbitrary point at which a fetus is worthy of legal protection but not one of you nudniks has ever answered the question of "why". And that is what is being asked. Why should a woman be beholden to some selected point in her pregnancy beyond which she cannot legally abort for any reason she wishes ? Does it cease being her body at this point ? Is it not still her private medical decision ?  (Apr 24, 2013 | post #293386)

New York, NY

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

No she wouldn't. She'd simply have to read the RvW decision. They make it pretty clear what the state's interest isWho are you......really ?  (Apr 24, 2013 | post #293385)

New York, NY

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

No. Says RvW : "....State regulation protective of fetal life after viability thus has both logical and biological justifications. If the State is interested in protecting fetal life after viability, it may go so far as to proscribe abortion...." You're stupid.  (Apr 24, 2013 | post #293384)

New York, NY

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Nothing. Just because some oppose abortion on religious grounds does not make it an issue of religion. It is an issue of basic fundamental human rights. Argue it on that basis....if you can. My guess is you can't. If you could you'd have already done it by now.  (Apr 24, 2013 | post #293381)

New York, NY

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

How do you go from "....the decision to AID an infant..." to taking heroic measures ? Is putting a perfectly viable and otherwise healthy infant on a respirator to temporarily assist in its breathing considered a "heroic" measure ? And what does "Left up to the woman seeking an abortion and her abortion doctor" even mean ? Suppose they disagree ? Do they flip a coin ? Who has the final say....the woman or the doctor ? Doc: "Well looks like we got a perfectly viable healthy infant here. It just may need a little temporary artificial assistance to breathe. What do you want me to do with the little bugger ? Woman: "Is it a boy or a girl ?" Doc: "Girl" Woman: "Nah....deep six the little sucker." Who are you anyway ? I'm starting to go through your body of work here and your posts for the most part are insipidly inane. And you have this propensity for ending them with stupid post scripts like "next" and "just saying".....w hich ring a familiar bell. Come clean. Just which previous posting PC dope are you ?  (Apr 24, 2013 | post #293380)

New York, NY

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Not true. What you "say" is usually absurd. What you "link" I usually accept because it backs up what I've saidIs that what you call the idiotic stuff you've been saying ? Jumping through hoops ? Let's see you jump through these hoops : You've yet to explain how if fetal homicide laws were designed to protect a woman's right to continue a "wanted" pregnancy, how a perpetrator could still be charged with fetal homicide for actions against a mother resulting in the death of a fetus she did NOT want, or.... You've yet to explain how if they were designed for the reasons you say, why weren't they embraced by the pro choicers instead of being almost universally opposed by them as they were ? As you often say......look it up. If the design of these laws were for the reasons you say, the same goals could have been accomplished with the implementation of "Unlawful Termination of Wanted Pregnancy" law. There is simply no reason to create a separate legal homicide victim to affect the goal you say they were intended for. Nope, the fact is you saw someone else say this and you figured you'd repeat it. But you have absolutely no idea how to defend it.  (Mar 28, 2013 | post #291072)

New York, NY

Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

Of course it's applicable. There IS a medical difference between a naturally occurring spontaneous abortion and an induced abortion. That is a fact. You've yet to provide one iota of evidence to refute it. The fact that both are by definition considered an abortion(pregnancy terminated)in no way means there is no medical difference between the two. Death is defined as termination of life. Does that mean there is no medical difference between death caused by a fired bullet and death caused by a congenital heart defect ? By your logic there is no difference since both are defined as "termination of life". Ridiculous. Like most of what you sayI did....you're wrongI did. You're wrongWhy would I ? Why would anyone ?  (Mar 28, 2013 | post #291070)

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