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Old 01-13-2008, 10:33 PM   #1
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Abortion

On this 35th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, I would like to share my views on the issue of abortion.

Life begins at the point of conception. No one can deny that after a human being is conceived it will develop into the very same being as those debating this issue. What astounds me is that those who favor abortion went through an identical development stage as the being they are condemning to death. Would these very same people agree that a similiar choice should have been made about their own existence? Abortion today is used primarily as a birth control of convenience because people are too self-centered to take precautions. They prefer their own pleasurable self-indulgence over the care and sanctity of the life they created. What ever happened to taking responsibility for one's actions in this country? Is it too much to ask a woman who has conceived to place the child into adoption? Nine months of discomfort is nothing compared to life in prison for voluntary manslaughter! Does the father of the child have a say in this? And what about the constitution of the United States? Are not all people conceived in this country deserving of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness? I believe abortion is a crime against humanity and should be outlawed. We need to overturn the Roe v. Wade decision and get back to cherishing life in this country. For a country that murders it's children cannot be far from self destruction.
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Old 01-13-2008, 11:09 PM   #2
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No one can deny that after a human being is conceived it will develop into the very same being as those debating this issue.
yes, because 100% of all embryos result in viable fetuses.
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Old 01-14-2008, 02:06 PM   #3
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On this 35th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, I would like to share my views on the issue of abortion.

Life begins at the point of conception. No one can deny that after a human being is conceived it will develop into the very same being as those debating this issue. What astounds me is that those who favor abortion went through an identical development stage as the being they are condemning to death. Would these very same people agree that a similiar choice should have been made about their own existence? Abortion today is used primarily as a birth control of convenience because people are too self-centered to take precautions. They prefer their own pleasurable self-indulgence over the care and sanctity of the life they created. What ever happened to taking responsibility for one's actions in this country? Is it too much to ask a woman who has conceived to place the child into adoption? Nine months of discomfort is nothing compared to life in prison for voluntary manslaughter! Does the father of the child have a say in this? And what about the constitution of the United States? Are not all people conceived in this country deserving of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness? I believe abortion is a crime against humanity and should be outlawed. We need to overturn the Roe v. Wade decision and get back to cherishing life in this country. For a country that murders it's children cannot be far from self destruction.


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Old 01-14-2008, 10:26 PM   #4
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On this 35th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, I would like to share my views on the issue of abortion.

Life begins at the point of conception. No one can deny that after a human being is conceived it will develop into the very same being as those debating this issue. What astounds me is that those who favor abortion went through an identical development stage as the being they are condemning to death. Would these very same people agree that a similiar choice should have been made about their own existence? Abortion today is used primarily as a birth control of convenience because people are too self-centered to take precautions. They prefer their own pleasurable self-indulgence over the care and sanctity of the life they created. What ever happened to taking responsibility for one's actions in this country? Is it too much to ask a woman who has conceived to place the child into adoption? Nine months of discomfort is nothing compared to life in prison for voluntary manslaughter! Does the father of the child have a say in this? And what about the constitution of the United States? Are not all people conceived in this country deserving of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness? I believe abortion is a crime against humanity and should be outlawed. We need to overturn the Roe v. Wade decision and get back to cherishing life in this country. For a country that murders it's children cannot be far from self destruction.
it really is a shame your mother didnt have one.
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Old 01-14-2008, 10:38 PM   #5
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For a country that murders it's children cannot be far from self destruction.
not to put too fine a point on it, but does that mean afghanistan, albania, algeria, andorra, angola, antigua, argentina, armenia, australia, austria, azerbaijan, bahamas, bahrain, bangladesh, barbados, belarus, belgium, belize, benin, bhutan, bolivia, bosnia, botswana, brazil, brunei, bulgaria, burkina faso, burundi, cambodia, cameroon, canada, cape verde, central african republic, chad, china, columbia, comoros, congo (brazzaville), congo (zaire), cook islands, costa rica, cote d'ivoire, croatia, cuba, cyprus, czeck republic, denmark, djibouti, dominica, dominican republic, ecuador, eritrea, estonia, ethiopia, figi, finland, france, gabon, gambia, georgia, germany, ghana, greece, grenada, guatemala, guinea, guinea bissau, guyana, haiti, hong kong, hungary, iceland, india, indonesia, iran, ireland, israel, italy, jamaica, japan, jordan, kazakhstan, kiribati, north korea, kyrgyszstan, laos, latvia, lebanon, lesotho, liberia, libya, lichtenstein, lithuania, macedonia, madagascar, mali, mauritania, mauritius, mexico, micronesia, moldova, monaco, montenegro, morocco, mozambique, myanmar, namibia, nepal, netherlands, new zealand, niger, nigeria, niue, norway, oman, pakistan, palau, panama, papua new guinea, palistinian territory, paraguay, peru, philippines, poland, portugal, qatar, romania, russia, rwanda, saint kitts, saint lucia, saint vincent & the grenadines, samoa, san marino, sao tome and principe, senegal, serbia, seychelles, sierra leone, singapore, slovakia, slovenia, somalia, south africa, spain, sri lanka, sudan, suriname, swaziland, sweden, switzerland, tiawan, tajikstan, tanzania, thailand, togo, tonga, trinidad & tobago, tunesia, turkmenistan, tuvalu, uganda, ukraine, united kingdom, uruguay, uzbekistan, vanuatu, venezuela, vietnam, yemen, yugoslavia, zambia and zimbabwe all cannot far from self destruction????????

wow.

i mean, who knew?
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Old 01-15-2008, 08:01 AM   #6
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^Also interesting for JOEBIALEK to notice that with the exception of merely 5 countries (one of which being Vatican City; are there so many women - except nuns - who hold the citizenship?) all countries, even the very, very, very conservative ones, allow abortion at least to save the mother's life (who may have a bunch of other small children at home to support&raise, yeah well, and maybe also has a right to live - who knows... ).
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Old 01-15-2008, 02:06 PM   #7
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Hey, Dad aborted the sperm to create me over a thousand times before getting me 'out of my shell'.
Am i suppose to regret the effort that resulted in me. I think not !
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Old 01-15-2008, 03:27 PM   #8
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Sooooo...masturbation is abortion of riff raff sperm in order to get to the Einsteins at the bottom of the ball bag?!
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i always wondered why the people who are the most ardent anti-abortionists are also the most rabid pro-capital punishmentists.

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Old 01-17-2008, 03:17 AM   #10
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It was worth the read just to get to this one:

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Sooooo...masturbation is abortion of riff raff sperm in order to get to the Einsteins at the bottom of the ball bag?!
It's verbal art. Edgy. Raw. Great.
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Old 01-16-2008, 10:11 AM   #11
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I find that it's generally better for my stress level if I don't get myself involved in debates like this. Unless it's my wife or my daughter who's pregnant, I don't have or need a reason to have a say on the matter, and until that happens, I'm not going to worry about it, and I'm not going to stress myself out about someone else's life choices.

For example, you may notice that the origional poster hasn't said anything else since the first post, and by most appearances, hasn't even logged in. And the majority of responders seem to be more or less in agreement. So what does it matter to us, and our purposes here?
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Old 01-16-2008, 02:04 PM   #12
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Has anyone else googled JOEBIALEK...he is a hit and run board spammer.

ignore JOEBIALEK /ignore
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Old 01-16-2008, 10:46 PM   #13
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I find that it's generally better for my stress level if I don't get myself involved in debates like this. Unless it's my wife or my daughter who's pregnant, I don't have or need a reason to have a say on the matter, and until that happens, I'm not going to worry about it, and I'm not going to stress myself out about someone else's life choices.

For example, you may notice that the origional poster hasn't said anything else since the first post, and by most appearances, hasn't even logged in. And the majority of responders seem to be more or less in agreement. So what does it matter to us, and our purposes here?

well yes, why attempt to have any intelligent discourse when we could just whistle dixie out our asses instead?




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Old 01-17-2008, 12:29 AM   #14
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Well, this is about as heady as it's gotten in here since the little cool-down period back in the summer. So I'm just wondering if I'm alone in thinking that it's a little out of place. But if you want to have intelligent discourse, knock yourself out.

All I'm saying is that if the guy who initiated the discussion isn't going to have any investment in the conversation, and everyone else is more or less on the same page, then why give him the satisfaction? My humble suggestion is to put the intelligent discourse on the back burner until it's started up again by someone of intelligence, or at least someone who's around to have discourse with. Judging by his posting history, he'll probably be back in about 3 months, so I don't think he qualifies.
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Old 01-17-2008, 12:42 AM   #15
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there are plenty of people around to have intelligent discourse with. that's what was happening in this thread until you requested that we "back burner" it.
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