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    Senior Member chachamaru's Avatar
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    Have you heard of an abortion celebration?

    Human rights are infringed on all the time. We cannot pick and choose. The host has a choice, does she not?
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    That is an interesting thought... An abortion party. I think white Russians and kings cake should be staple foods at these events. Milk and eating a baby.

    Too macabre???
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    Quote Originally Posted by chachamaru View Post
    Have you heard of an abortion celebration?
    You're avoiding my question.
    Why is it "ALWAYS" sad?
    Take the weakest thing in you
    And then beat the bastards with it
    And always hold on when you get love
    So you can let go when you give it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beefeater View Post
    You're avoiding my question.
    Why is it "ALWAYS" sad?
    Because of what caused it (rape?). Because of the judgement and stigma. Because of what could have been.
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    How does this
    Quote Originally Posted by chachamaru View Post
    Because of what could have been.
    match up with this
    Quote Originally Posted by chachamaru View Post
    So which is it? Kill the baby in utero, or kill the baby with starvation, crime, and other effects of poverty?
    ?
    Take the weakest thing in you
    And then beat the bastards with it
    And always hold on when you get love
    So you can let go when you give it

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    I am opposed to supermarkets because they carry alcohol, which I find morally reprehensible. Does that sound petty?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    I certainly understand that some people are against abortion, but that's roughly 3% of what PP does, and the other 97% is stuff I can't see how anyone would want to take away.
    On a serious note, I think more people need to know this statistic.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Kilgore @ tnr.com
    In Texas, Governor Rick Perry has designated a bill to require pre-abortion sonograms an “emergency” measure, giving it legislative priority. In South Carolina, a bill is moving toward passage that would create an unusually broad “conscience clause” to protect health care workers and pharmacists from disciplinary actions prompted by a refusal to administer birth control or emergency contraception, to take part in medical research that destroys an in vitro human embryo, or to halt care of a dying person in a hospital. In Ohio, Republican legislators are pushing a blizzard of anti-abortion bills, including one that would fine doctors for performing abortions when a fetal heartbeat is discerned. A South Dakota legislator just made national headlines by introducing a bill that would classify as “justifiable homicide” a death caused with the aim of protecting the unborn. He withdrew it after critics called it a license to kill abortion providers, but a separate bill in the same state, headed for a floor vote, would require women to attend a lecture at a crisis pregnancy center (code for an anti-abortion advocacy office) before getting an abortion.
    Sometimes I wonder why women even vote for these people - and what I've posted is only a snippet. It seems that if they can't outlaw abortion, they'll at the very least try to make the doctors and patients' lives more difficult. I submit that pro-lifers are not morally superior - not by a long shot - even if they are "principled."

    Article: http://url.ie/a4ws

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahr2nd View Post
    Sometimes I wonder why women even vote for these people
    Because a lot of women are pro-life? While there is a 'gender-gap' in politics, I don't think there's a particularly serious one on this issue (its been too long since I've seen the polls, which fluctuate heavily in any event).

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