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(Wikipedia)   Happy Birthday, Roe v. Wade. Okay, let me rephrase that. Today marks the 41st anniversary of the landmark Roe v. Wade decision   (en.wikipedia.org) divider line 452
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2014-01-24 01:56:27 AM  

demaL-demaL-yeH: Pincy: InterruptingQuirk: Pincy: John Buck 41: Pincy: Al!: Why does the female get the only say in whether the baby gets a chance or not?

Do you seriously not know the answer to this question?  Really?

After reading Al!s post that you replied to, I'd say he has a legitimate gripe. But hey, you go ahead and call he and I 'anti-woman/woman haters' if it makes you feel better. Nothing could be further from the truth.

So you don't know the answer to that question either.  Good to know.

Because the U.S. Supreme Court said she does, and they have upheld that ruling being challenged a few different ways. Make that of it what you will, I'm not adding my personal bias to that fact.

Forget the law for a second and answer this using the perspective of a decent human being.  Why would the woman get the last say in whether she has an abortion or not?

Because it is her body, not yours. And because a fetus is neither a child nor a person.
And a male is not a parent of a fetus, but may be the parent of a child. These are not the same.


is it ok if i just consider you a large fetus?
 
2014-01-24 02:53:38 AM  

Popular Opinion: demaL-demaL-yeH: Pincy: InterruptingQuirk: Pincy: John Buck 41: Pincy: Al!: Why does the female get the only say in whether the baby gets a chance or not?

Do you seriously not know the answer to this question?  Really?

After reading Al!s post that you replied to, I'd say he has a legitimate gripe. But hey, you go ahead and call he and I 'anti-woman/woman haters' if it makes you feel better. Nothing could be further from the truth.

So you don't know the answer to that question either.  Good to know.

Because the U.S. Supreme Court said she does, and they have upheld that ruling being challenged a few different ways. Make that of it what you will, I'm not adding my personal bias to that fact.

Forget the law for a second and answer this using the perspective of a decent human being.  Why would the woman get the last say in whether she has an abortion or not?

Because it is her body, not yours. And because a fetus is neither a child nor a person.
And a male is not a parent of a fetus, but may be the parent of a child. These are not the same.

is it ok if i just consider you a large fetus?



Abortion is not murder. Bombing medical clinics, harassing the patients and medical professionals, and murdering physicians are crimes. Claiming that God would want you to do any of those things is blasphemy.

/You already know your farkie.
//And you whined about it.
///Go whine some more, heretic.
 
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