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 Tarnished_Knight
Joined: 3/5/2009
Msg: 221
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The Democratic is party is the one largely in favor of this


What I find interesting and ironic is that the same political party that will go the ends of the earth to defend the worthless miserable lives of terrorists, who by definition blow up innocent people, are also willing to go to the ends of the earth to legalize and legitimize those who are willing to poke holes in an (innocent) unborn child's head, suck it's brains into a sink, rip it's limbs off, and dispose of the remains in a garbage sack.

At least we know that they are consistent.

At least we know their character.

TK
 wisguyingb
Joined: 1/5/2008
Msg: 222
Abortion & Politics
Posted: 10/14/2009 4:59:01 PM
Would the left be up in arms if someone was to open a abortion clinic for dogs and cats?

For the record I think that abortion should be a state issue. Not a federal issue.
 EarlzP
Joined: 12/9/2007
Msg: 223
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Posted: 10/15/2009 8:34:02 PM

What I find interesting and ironic is that the same political party that will go the ends of the earth to defend the worthless miserable lives of terrorists, who by definition blow up innocent people, are also willing to go to the ends of the earth to legalize and legitimize those who are willing to poke holes in an (innocent) unborn child's head, suck it's brains into a sink, rip it's limbs off, and dispose of the remains in a garbage sack.

At least we know that they are consistent.

At least we know their character.


The issue of abortion should be and will remain a choice that a woman will make concerning what she wants.

You seem to have conveniently forgoten the 100s of thousands of innocent men women and children who became death statistics as we chased down terrorist in Iraq that were in Afganistan, don't walking talking human beings have a meaning to you? Did those innocent civilians have a choice?
 laxref41
Joined: 7/20/2008
Msg: 225
Abortion & Politics
Posted: 10/21/2009 6:53:48 AM
"Republicans had 6 Years of rule to stop abortion and they didn't do anything"

Perhaps of greater interest is that 7 or 9 supreme court justices are republican president appointees and they have not overturned roe v. wade...
Now there's actually a couple of messages there.
 stnick1967
Joined: 12/15/2008
Msg: 227
Abortion & Politics
Posted: 10/23/2009 10:48:19 AM

The fact that the Roberts court has now upheld a new law explicitly violating constitutional law (as set by judicial precedent via Roe) is NOT a good sign!


Guess that depends if you're a fetus or not.........
 VVendy
Joined: 6/7/2008
Msg: 230
Abortion & Politics
Posted: 10/31/2009 7:13:22 PM
In week 6 the brain is formed and the child responds to sound light pain and panic. You ever watched silent scream?

Republicans have over 40% of the pro choice people in their ranks they were never going to do anything about abortion.
 cpfstock
Joined: 11/7/2005
Msg: 231
Abortion & Politics
Posted: 11/1/2009 9:19:59 AM
The SCOTUS erred in Roe v. Wade in two respects, IMHO. First, as stated in the decision the court found the right in the "penumbra" of the constitution. That is, it is not contained in the explict language, but rather in the lightest shawdow cast by the "intent" of constitution. Thus it was contrived and wrongly decided. But, that's a topic for another thread.
Secondly and perhaps even more importantly, the SCOTUS should have declined to hear the case. At the time of their intervention and decision the issue was being decided in state legislatures. That process was nearly complete in most of the states. Roe v. Wade was interjected and it threw the entire political process into chaos. Almost 40 years later it's still a divisional issue in american politics. An issue which would have long ago been settled in the legislative houses of each state were it not for the action of the SCOTUS.
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