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(Mediaite)   On today's episode of Republican Female Outreach, Erick Erickson tweets link to coat hanger store following passage of Texas abortion law. And then he gets rude   (mediaite.com) divider line 174
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2013-07-13 10:37:39 PM  
"I'm stunned people think I support coat hanger abortions."

Says the raging douchebag who just tweeted a link to a sale on hangers.

Just be thankful retroactive abortion is illegal, asshole.
 
2013-07-13 10:39:19 PM  
conservative humor...
 
2013-07-13 10:42:30 PM  
Erick Erickson wants woman to suffer and likely die because they are women. That is what he is saying. Outlawing abortion or "regulating" it out of reach of people who need it does nothing to impact the rate at which people have abortions. It makes them much less safe and causes suffering and death. That is what he is explicitly supporting.
 
2013-07-13 11:31:51 PM  
Keep aborting that chicken, you dumbfarks.
 
2013-07-13 11:38:10 PM  
Didn't the pro-abortion protesters bring coat hangers to their protests, you know the ones where they were yelling Hail Satan?
 
2013-07-13 11:46:43 PM  

feckingmorons: Didn't the pro-abortion protesters bring coat hangers to their protests, you know the ones where they were yelling Hail Satan?


Go to bed, junior.
 
2013-07-14 12:00:15 AM  
Remember folks, ask your pro-life friends what the punishment should be for women who get illegal abortions.

The answer may surprise you.
 
2013-07-14 12:04:36 AM  

feckingmorons: Didn't the pro-abortion protesters bring coat hangers to their protests, you know the ones where they were yelling Hail Satan?


Did not you attempt to defend an organization that has deliberately covered up acts of child molestation and that recently made undeniably obvious their desire for pregnant women who suffer complications to die even if absolutely no chance exists that her unborn foetus can be saved?
 
2013-07-14 12:04:41 AM  
They confiscated tampons from every woman entering the capital because of his stupid farking comment.

http://www.kvue.com/home/Texas-Senate-begins-debating-abortion-bill- 21 5287481.html

/I'm starting to get a little worried about the pace the Repubs are going with this across the country, but then, I'm the paranoid type.
 
2013-07-14 12:04:48 AM  
This was already a thread today...
 
2013-07-14 12:05:18 AM  
that such sick human beings are in charge of shiat?

scary as fark
 
2013-07-14 12:06:21 AM  
I think this one is a rerun subby.
 
2013-07-14 12:06:41 AM  

feckingmorons: Didn't the pro-abortion protesters bring coat hangers to their protests, you know the ones where they were yelling Hail Satan?


When abortion is outlawed or "regulated" out of reach it only stops safe and legal abortions, but has no impact on the total number of abortions. The illegal and unsafe abortions take place in a lot of different ways, but one of the most well known is using a wire coat hanger to cause internal wounds, hemorrhaging and induce a miscarriage. Protesters brought the coat hangers to their protests as a very visual symbol that these laws will make this practice more prevalent and will lead to the suffering and death of many people across the state of Texas as they are forced to turn to people like Gosnell, unqualified clinics in Mexico, or attempt to do it themselves with a coat hanger. In response, Erick Erickson is supporting that. That is what he wants to happen.
 
2013-07-14 12:08:13 AM  
Evidently other conservative, pro-life, individuals were not pleased with Mr. Erickson's behaviour:

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2013-07-14 12:13:54 AM  

Dimensio: Evidently other conservative, pro-life, individuals were not pleased with Mr. Erickson's behaviour:

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Use of the word "cock" is detrimental to the cause du jour and will surely become a cross for the target.
 
2013-07-14 12:17:01 AM  
Professional troll trolls people.

No, I'm not excusing it. He's scum. But like Coulter, he's an attention whore looking for attention. He's also deflecting attention away from actual politicians who voted for this, and instead focusing on an asshole blogger.

If this pisses you off (and it should), do something about it. Donate money. Volunteer to stop Republicans. Lobby to address things.

Also, repeat from earlier.
 
2013-07-14 12:17:35 AM  
Repeat
 
2013-07-14 12:21:00 AM  
Hopefully we can get a bunch of people in here complaining about the people who elected this guy. Like we had in the last thread about it. It was very amusing.
 
2013-07-14 12:24:58 AM  

Scaevola: This was already a thread today...


I'm thinking the Admins are going to except use their right to choose and terminate this unwanted thread.
 
2013-07-14 12:25:02 AM  
The GOP is dumber by the second....can't they just win something with a little dignity?  Outright trolling isn't going to win over any voters...and they'll get their asses handed to them in 2014 if they keep this up.  Farking morans.
 
2013-07-14 12:25:39 AM  
[sarcasm] Republican turd sandwich mysteriously gets coat hanger shoved up his pee pee. Plus 5 tampons found shoved up his anus. Was it just another one of his wild party's or was it something more sinister. News at 11 begins now. [/sarcasm]
 
2013-07-14 12:26:25 AM  

Cuchulane: Scaevola: This was already a thread today...

I'm thinking the Admins are going to except use their right to choose and terminate this unwanted thread.


Goddam phone autocorrect...
 
2013-07-14 12:29:42 AM  

Dimensio: feckingmorons: Didn't the pro-abortion protesters bring coat hangers to their protests, you know the ones where they were yelling Hail Satan?

Did not you attempt to defend an organization that has deliberately covered up acts of child molestation and that recently made undeniably obvious their desire for pregnant women who suffer complications to die even if absolutely no chance exists that her unborn foetus can be saved?


Oh, it is a Catholic thing now. Well, I've never defended child molesters or their accomplices. The Church has no desire for anyone to suffer, yet the Church (and I) see abortion as an improper killing.

However my religious views aren't at issue. At issue is the poor taste of anyone referencing coat hangers. This is an example of the pot calling the kettle black and the hypocrisy is evident. It was unwise for anyone to bring or show pictures of coat hangers.

A reasoned and respectful debate can be had. To have paid protesters yelling hail Satan and then complaining because you don't like the opposition's use of a coat hanger store link (there are coa thanger stores?) is a bit much.

Yes, it was distasteful and I wouldn't have done it, but it certainly doesn't rise to the level of a group chant of Hail Satan in the public square.
 
2013-07-14 12:30:48 AM  
Any reaction is granting him victory.  Attention whores like him tweet/talk in order to anger people and be talked about.  Judging by the fact that he's now the subject of two threads on Fark, he has succeeded.

Just ignore him.  Same with Palin, Coulter, Limbaugh, Sharpton, etc.  You'll be happier; they'll be poorer.
 
2013-07-14 12:32:22 AM  

feckingmorons: Yes, it was distasteful and I wouldn't have done it, but it certainly doesn't rise to the level of a group chant of Hail Satan in the public square.


I'm sorry, what's inherently wrong with that?

I personally thought it was hilarious. Maybe you need to stop being offended at everything.
 
2013-07-14 12:33:28 AM  

Captain Dan: Any reaction is granting him victory.  Attention whores like him tweet/talk in order to anger people and be talked about.  Judging by the fact that he's now the subject of two threads on Fark, he has succeeded.

Just ignore him.  Same with Palin, Coulter, Limbaugh, Sharpton, etc.  You'll be happier; they'll be poorer.


How, preciesly, does Erickson profit off a Fark thread? It's not like we're all gonna run out and by a book or something.
 
2013-07-14 12:37:10 AM  

feckingmorons: Dimensio: feckingmorons: Didn't the pro-abortion protesters bring coat hangers to their protests, you know the ones where they were yelling Hail Satan?

Did not you attempt to defend an organization that has deliberately covered up acts of child molestation and that recently made undeniably obvious their desire for pregnant women who suffer complications to die even if absolutely no chance exists that her unborn foetus can be saved?

Oh, it is a Catholic thing now. Well, I've never defended child molesters or their accomplices. The Church has no desire for anyone to suffer, yet the Church (and I) see abortion as an improper killing.

However my religious views aren't at issue. At issue is the poor taste of anyone referencing coat hangers. This is an example of the pot calling the kettle black and the hypocrisy is evident. It was unwise for anyone to bring or show pictures of coat hangers.

A reasoned and respectful debate can be had. To have paid protesters yelling hail Satan and then complaining because you don't like the opposition's use of a coat hanger store link (there are coa thanger stores?) is a bit much.

Yes, it was distasteful and I wouldn't have done it, but it certainly doesn't rise to the level of a group chant of Hail Satan in the public square.


Satan is fictional. Coathanger abortions, and the gruesome deaths that result, are real.
 
2013-07-14 12:37:38 AM  

feckingmorons: Dimensio: feckingmorons: Didn't the pro-abortion protesters bring coat hangers to their protests, you know the ones where they were yelling Hail Satan?

Did not you attempt to defend an organization that has deliberately covered up acts of child molestation and that recently made undeniably obvious their desire for pregnant women who suffer complications to die even if absolutely no chance exists that her unborn foetus can be saved?

Oh, it is a Catholic thing now. Well, I've never defended child molesters or their accomplices. The Church has no desire for anyone to suffer, yet the Church (and I) see abortion as an improper killing.

However my religious views aren't at issue. At issue is the poor taste of anyone referencing coat hangers. This is an example of the pot calling the kettle black and the hypocrisy is evident. It was unwise for anyone to bring or show pictures of coat hangers.

A reasoned and respectful debate can be had. To have paid protesters yelling hail Satan and then complaining because you don't like the opposition's use of a coat hanger store link (there are coa thanger stores?) is a bit much.

Yes, it was distasteful and I wouldn't have done it, but it certainly doesn't rise to the level of a group chant of Hail Satan in the public square.


You are saying, then, that the child molesters of the Church do not reflect upon you or upon the Church itself (despite the Church knowingly covering up the criminal behaviour), but that a minority of individuals yelling "hail Satan" demonstrates that pro-choice individuals who have no demonstrable connection to the individuals who yelled "hail Satan" are not justified in their complaints about a conservative blogger endorsing dangerous procedures from which women will likely die?
 
2013-07-14 12:39:20 AM  

TheOmni: feckingmorons: Didn't the pro-abortion protesters bring coat hangers to their protests, you know the ones where they were yelling Hail Satan?

When abortion is outlawed or "regulated" out of reach it only stops safe and legal abortions, but has no impact on the total number of abortions. The illegal and unsafe abortions take place in a lot of different ways, but one of the most well known is using a wire coat hanger to cause internal wounds, hemorrhaging and induce a miscarriage. Protesters brought the coat hangers to their protests as a very visual symbol that these laws will make this practice more prevalent and will lead to the suffering and death of many people across the state of Texas as they are forced to turn to people like Gosnell, unqualified clinics in Mexico, or attempt to do it themselves with a coat hanger. In response, Erick Erickson is supporting that. That is what he wants to happen.


I've never in my 20 years as an RN in various Emergency Departments from small rural hospitals to large urban trauma centers seen a coat hanger induced abortion, or injuries from any such attempt.

Even a literature search of the National Library of Medicine's PubMed journal library does not show any reference to such a procedure or such injuries. One would think that if it were as common as you suggest it would be in the medical literature.

Texas abortion clinics has until September 1, 2014 to become compliant with the law. You can read the Bill (the date is on page 17).

Emotion runs high in this debate, but facts are much more important.
 
2013-07-14 12:40:09 AM  

feckingmorons: I've never in my 20 years as an RN in various Emergency Departments from small rural hospitals to large urban trauma centers seen a coat hanger induced abortion, or injuries from any such attempt.


You know why? Because stupid farking laws like this didn't exist then.
 
2013-07-14 12:40:12 AM  

cameroncrazy1984: feckingmorons: Yes, it was distasteful and I wouldn't have done it, but it certainly doesn't rise to the level of a group chant of Hail Satan in the public square.

I'm sorry, what's inherently wrong with that?

I personally thought it was hilarious. Maybe you need to stop being offended at everything.


I should stop being offended, but whatever Erickson posted is OK to be offended about? I see.
 
2013-07-14 12:40:37 AM  

feckingmorons: TheOmni: feckingmorons: Didn't the pro-abortion protesters bring coat hangers to their protests, you know the ones where they were yelling Hail Satan?

When abortion is outlawed or "regulated" out of reach it only stops safe and legal abortions, but has no impact on the total number of abortions. The illegal and unsafe abortions take place in a lot of different ways, but one of the most well known is using a wire coat hanger to cause internal wounds, hemorrhaging and induce a miscarriage. Protesters brought the coat hangers to their protests as a very visual symbol that these laws will make this practice more prevalent and will lead to the suffering and death of many people across the state of Texas as they are forced to turn to people like Gosnell, unqualified clinics in Mexico, or attempt to do it themselves with a coat hanger. In response, Erick Erickson is supporting that. That is what he wants to happen.

I've never in my 20 years as an RN in various Emergency Departments from small rural hospitals to large urban trauma centers seen a coat hanger induced abortion, or injuries from any such attempt.


Roe v. Wade was more than 20 years ago.
 
2013-07-14 12:41:22 AM  

feckingmorons: cameroncrazy1984: feckingmorons: Yes, it was distasteful and I wouldn't have done it, but it certainly doesn't rise to the level of a group chant of Hail Satan in the public square.

I'm sorry, what's inherently wrong with that?

I personally thought it was hilarious. Maybe you need to stop being offended at everything.

I should stop being offended, but whatever Erickson posted is OK to be offended about? I see.


Because, as stated above, those things actually happen, and Satan is a fictional character in a book.
 
2013-07-14 12:41:25 AM  

cameroncrazy1984: feckingmorons: I've never in my 20 years as an RN in various Emergency Departments from small rural hospitals to large urban trauma centers seen a coat hanger induced abortion, or injuries from any such attempt.

You know why? Because stupid farking laws like this didn't exist then.


So your argument is that there will now be coat hanger induced abortions because Texas limited abortions to before five months of gestation and require doctors to be on staff at hospitals and clinics to be clean and well staffed?

Really?
 
2013-07-14 12:42:33 AM  

Dimensio: Evidently other conservative, pro-life, individuals were not pleased with Mr. Erickson's behaviour:


RINO
 
2013-07-14 12:43:16 AM  

feckingmorons: TheOmni: feckingmorons: Didn't the pro-abortion protesters bring coat hangers to their protests, you know the ones where they were yelling Hail Satan?

When abortion is outlawed or "regulated" out of reach it only stops safe and legal abortions, but has no impact on the total number of abortions. The illegal and unsafe abortions take place in a lot of different ways, but one of the most well known is using a wire coat hanger to cause internal wounds, hemorrhaging and induce a miscarriage. Protesters brought the coat hangers to their protests as a very visual symbol that these laws will make this practice more prevalent and will lead to the suffering and death of many people across the state of Texas as they are forced to turn to people like Gosnell, unqualified clinics in Mexico, or attempt to do it themselves with a coat hanger. In response, Erick Erickson is supporting that. That is what he wants to happen.

I've never in my 20 years as an RN in various Emergency Departments from small rural hospitals to large urban trauma centers seen a coat hanger induced abortion, or injuries from any such attempt.

Even a literature search of the National Library of Medicine's PubMed journal library does not show any reference to such a procedure or such injuries. One would think that if it were as common as you suggest it would be in the medical literature.

Texas abortion clinics has until September 1, 2014 to become compliant with the law. You can read the Bill (the date is on page 17).

Emotion runs high in this debate, but facts are much more important.


Is the fact that the Catholic Church, of which you are a member, opposes laws that allow abortion procedures even in cases where the foetus will not survive and the mother's life is endangered, thus declaring that they would prefer that both the mother and the unborn foetus die rather than just the foetus, of importance? Should not that fact be considered when abortion opponents claim -- demonstrably dishonestly -- to be attempting to preserve life?
 
2013-07-14 12:43:45 AM  

LordJiro: feckingmorons: TheOmni: feckingmorons: Didn't the pro-abortion protesters bring coat hangers to their protests, you know the ones where they were yelling Hail Satan?

When abortion is outlawed or "regulated" out of reach it only stops safe and legal abortions, but has no impact on the total number of abortions. The illegal and unsafe abortions take place in a lot of different ways, but one of the most well known is using a wire coat hanger to cause internal wounds, hemorrhaging and induce a miscarriage. Protesters brought the coat hangers to their protests as a very visual symbol that these laws will make this practice more prevalent and will lead to the suffering and death of many people across the state of Texas as they are forced to turn to people like Gosnell, unqualified clinics in Mexico, or attempt to do it themselves with a coat hanger. In response, Erick Erickson is supporting that. That is what he wants to happen.

I've never in my 20 years as an RN in various Emergency Departments from small rural hospitals to large urban trauma centers seen a coat hanger induced abortion, or injuries from any such attempt.

Roe v. Wade was more than 20 years ago.


You equate limitation on abortions to five months gestation - except in the case of significant fetal abnormality or the health of the mother, and clinic and physician standards enforcement to a repeal of Roe v. Wade?

Truly? You don't find five months to be enough time to decide if you're going to have an abortion. You don't think staffing and sanitation regulations for abortion clinics should be the same as - say outpatient plastic surgery centers?
 
2013-07-14 12:44:53 AM  

Dimensio: feckingmorons: TheOmni: feckingmorons: Didn't the pro-abortion protesters bring coat hangers to their protests, you know the ones where they were yelling Hail Satan?

When abortion is outlawed or "regulated" out of reach it only stops safe and legal abortions, but has no impact on the total number of abortions. The illegal and unsafe abortions take place in a lot of different ways, but one of the most well known is using a wire coat hanger to cause internal wounds, hemorrhaging and induce a miscarriage. Protesters brought the coat hangers to their protests as a very visual symbol that these laws will make this practice more prevalent and will lead to the suffering and death of many people across the state of Texas as they are forced to turn to people like Gosnell, unqualified clinics in Mexico, or attempt to do it themselves with a coat hanger. In response, Erick Erickson is supporting that. That is what he wants to happen.

I've never in my 20 years as an RN in various Emergency Departments from small rural hospitals to large urban trauma centers seen a coat hanger induced abortion, or injuries from any such attempt.

Even a literature search of the National Library of Medicine's PubMed journal library does not show any reference to such a procedure or such injuries. One would think that if it were as common as you suggest it would be in the medical literature.

Texas abortion clinics has until September 1, 2014 to become compliant with the law. You can read the Bill (the date is on page 17).

Emotion runs high in this debate, but facts are much more important.

Is the fact that the Catholic Church, of which you are a member, opposes laws that allow abortion procedures even in cases where the foetus will not survive and the mother's life is endangered, thus declaring that they would prefer that both the mother and the unborn foetus die rather than just the foetus, of importance? Should not that fact be considered when abortion opponents claim -- demonstrably d ...


I didn't realize the Catholic Church ran Texas. I bet the switch to Latin for all the new laws.
 
2013-07-14 12:47:02 AM  

cameroncrazy1984: feckingmorons: cameroncrazy1984: feckingmorons: Yes, it was distasteful and I wouldn't have done it, but it certainly doesn't rise to the level of a group chant of Hail Satan in the public square.

I'm sorry, what's inherently wrong with that?

I personally thought it was hilarious. Maybe you need to stop being offended at everything.

I should stop being offended, but whatever Erickson posted is OK to be offended about? I see.

Because, as stated above, those things actually happen, and Satan is a fictional character in a book.


Your opinion differs from that of the 2.1 billion Christians in the world. Aren't you the edgy atheist.

However the reason one is offended is immaterial, you find things that offend others hilarious - that is quite telling about you.
 
2013-07-14 12:48:07 AM  

feckingmorons: cameroncrazy1984: feckingmorons: I've never in my 20 years as an RN in various Emergency Departments from small rural hospitals to large urban trauma centers seen a coat hanger induced abortion, or injuries from any such attempt.

You know why? Because stupid farking laws like this didn't exist then.

So your argument is that there will now be coat hanger induced abortions because Texas limited abortions to before five months of gestation and require doctors to be on staff at hospitals and clinics to be clean and well staffed?

Really?


Yes, and you can stop being disingenuous about the actual effect the bill will have on abortion clinics in Texas.
 
2013-07-14 12:49:45 AM  

feckingmorons: Dimensio: feckingmorons: TheOmni: feckingmorons: Didn't the pro-abortion protesters bring coat hangers to their protests, you know the ones where they were yelling Hail Satan?

When abortion is outlawed or "regulated" out of reach it only stops safe and legal abortions, but has no impact on the total number of abortions. The illegal and unsafe abortions take place in a lot of different ways, but one of the most well known is using a wire coat hanger to cause internal wounds, hemorrhaging and induce a miscarriage. Protesters brought the coat hangers to their protests as a very visual symbol that these laws will make this practice more prevalent and will lead to the suffering and death of many people across the state of Texas as they are forced to turn to people like Gosnell, unqualified clinics in Mexico, or attempt to do it themselves with a coat hanger. In response, Erick Erickson is supporting that. That is what he wants to happen.

I've never in my 20 years as an RN in various Emergency Departments from small rural hospitals to large urban trauma centers seen a coat hanger induced abortion, or injuries from any such attempt.

Even a literature search of the National Library of Medicine's PubMed journal library does not show any reference to such a procedure or such injuries. One would think that if it were as common as you suggest it would be in the medical literature.

Texas abortion clinics has until September 1, 2014 to become compliant with the law. You can read the Bill (the date is on page 17).

Emotion runs high in this debate, but facts are much more important.

Is the fact that the Catholic Church, of which you are a member, opposes laws that allow abortion procedures even in cases where the foetus will not survive and the mother's life is endangered, thus declaring that they would prefer that both the mother and the unborn foetus die rather than just the foetus, of importance? Should not that fact be considered when abortion opponents claim -- demo ...


Catholics are a significant element of the pro-life movement. The Catholic Church's declaration that a woman should die when her unborn foetus is nonviable is of relevance when considering a claimed motive of protecting life.
 
2013-07-14 12:50:21 AM  

feckingmorons: Your opinion differs from that of the 2.1 billion Christians in the world. Aren't you the edgy atheist.


It's not my opinion. Just because 2.1 billion people believe it doesn't make it true. If that were the case, 1.3 billion Muslims would also be correct.

Face it, religion is fiction.
 
2013-07-14 12:51:13 AM  
Is today similar headline day?
 
2013-07-14 12:52:30 AM  

Dimensio: Catholics are a significant element of the pro-life movement. The Catholic Church's declaration that a woman should die when her unborn foetus is nonviable is of relevance when considering a claimed motive of protecting life.


But don't you get it? 2 billion people believe Satan is real, therefore saying "hail satan" is offensive in a "public space" for some reason.
 
2013-07-14 12:52:32 AM  
So how serious must the chance of harm to the mother be, before she can terminate her pregnancy under Stand Your Ground or Castle Doctrine.  I guess that doesn't matter in Texas, as long as the self-defense is performed in a certified medical center?
 
2013-07-14 12:54:02 AM  

cameroncrazy1984: How, precisely, does Erickson profit off a Fark thread? It's not like we're all gonna run out and by a book or something.


1. Moderators greenlight threads that are likely to draw the most comments/page views.

2. If you talk about AWs, rather than ignore them, threads about them will draw more comments/page views.

3. Therefore, there will be more threads about these AWs than if people ignored them.

4. The more threads there are about an AW, the more likely a Farker is to read at least one of them.

5. This increases the odds that someone previously unfamiliar with the AW will discover the AW for the first time.

6. Some number of those newly exposed readers (or previously familiar, but newly reacquainted/reminded readers) will enjoy the AW's incendiary rhetoric, and head over to the AW's website, giving him page views ($) and possibly merchandise sales.

7. Therefore, paying attention to an AW enriches him or her.

I realize that this post is counter-productive to my stated goal, but if it can convince at least one person not to click on the next [AWing Troll says something outrageous!!!] thread, then it's justified.
 
2013-07-14 12:55:27 AM  

cameroncrazy1984: feckingmorons: cameroncrazy1984: feckingmorons: I've never in my 20 years as an RN in various Emergency Departments from small rural hospitals to large urban trauma centers seen a coat hanger induced abortion, or injuries from any such attempt.

You know why? Because stupid farking laws like this didn't exist then.

So your argument is that there will now be coat hanger induced abortions because Texas limited abortions to before five months of gestation and require doctors to be on staff at hospitals and clinics to be clean and well staffed?

Really?

Yes, and you can stop being disingenuous about the actual effect the bill will have on abortion clinics in Texas.


Abortion clinics that can't meet the requirements will close. They have until September 2014 to meet the requirements. I don't see the requirements in the law to be especially onerous.

If we are going to have abortions, and it is a given that we will, they must be done with the woman's health as the primary concern. We know what a horror poorly equipped, dirty equiptment, lack of good infection control procedures, even unlicensed 'physician's'preforming abortion procedures can occur. This law will go a long way to ensuring that another woman is not subject to those deplorable conditions.

/the link to the photographic slideshow is a local ABC television station. Some are graphic please use your discretion when viewing.
 
2013-07-14 12:55:45 AM  

Captain Dan: 2. If you talk about AWs, rather than ignore them, threads about them will draw more comments/page views


How does a Fark comment or pageview add profit to a third-party site?
 
2013-07-14 12:56:23 AM  

Dimensio: The Catholic Church's declaration that a woman should die when her unborn foetus is nonviable


It is very odd that as a cradle Catholic I've never seen this declaration. Can you please provide a source for it.
 
2013-07-14 12:57:30 AM  

cameroncrazy1984: feckingmorons: Your opinion differs from that of the 2.1 billion Christians in the world. Aren't you the edgy atheist.

It's not my opinion. Just because 2.1 billion people believe it doesn't make it true. If that were the case, 1.3 billion Muslims would also be correct.

Face it, religion is fiction.


Again, the edgy atheist insists that he is correct and that the vast majority of the people on the face of the earth are wrong.

OK.
 
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