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Don't we already have abortion threads?
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24 / M / 38.2500° N, 85.76...
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Posted 11/16/14 , edited 11/20/14
well whatever you feel its the law of the land. Roe v. Wade. U.S Supreme Court decided 7-2. Here is Justice Blackmun Openion he wrote about the case.

BLACKMUN, J., Opinion of the Court

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Posted 11/16/14
^ wtf
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Posted 11/16/14 , edited 11/16/14
On personal grounds I am against it, however on policy grounds I draw a line at viability.
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Ain't nobody got time for those big paragraphs ^^
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thestars201 wrote:

Ain't nobody got time for those big paragraphs ^^


Couldn't have said it better myself
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It should be legalized. In all states. I can not tell you how many times the imbecilic government, especially where i live, which is run by conservative, balding white men, who've never had a uterus in their fucking LIVES, have tried to outlaw abortion laws that were very strictly put in place, decades ago. Some of them have actually reduced the amount of abortion clinics successfully and I find that appalling and disgusting that they are allowed to do that. A couple years, a governor in TX held a filibuster to stop them from passing laws that'd put further constraints on abortion, but alas, she lost due to a technicality. I hate this conservative puritist state. My liberal views do not concur with their icky, bible thumping ones.
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Posted 11/16/14 , edited 11/21/14
Personally, I find abortion somewhat distasteful but I also think that you shouldn't have to pay for a mistake you made all of your life.
Personally, I can't get pregnant, so how I feel about it is rather moot.

It is far more dangerous to go through childbirth than to go through an abortion.
If there were enough people out there that were interested in taking care of a child once born, the issue might be a bit more clearer.
There are over 100,000 kids that aren't being adopted as I type this, so that is a moot argument to make against abortion.

The same people that are against abortion are also the ones that vote against offering aid to families in need and making sure they have medical care.
In countries that ban abortion they have more abortions than in countries that have almost no prohibitions on abortion.

That zygote that is floating around the womb of a pregnant woman is life but it is totally unaware of anything and totally void of conscience until further along in the pregnancy, beyond the allowable time for an abortion as far as I've been able to ascertain.

Something about partial birth abortions....
http://www.npr.org/2006/02/21/5168163/partial-birth-abortion-separating-fact-from-spin

Personally if someone told me that my daughter being knocked up because uncle Joe couldn't keep it in his pants was "God's will," I'd beat the crap out of them and say "It was God's will too."

It isn't my choice....
It isn't yours either, unless you are pregnant.
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Posted 11/16/14
I don't understand the poll question.
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GrateSaiyaman wrote:

Personally, I find abortion somewhat distasteful but I also think that you shouldn't have to pay for a mistake you made all of your life.
Personally, I can't get pregnant, so how I feel about it is rather moot.

It is far more dangerous to go through childbirth than to go through an abortion.
If there were enough people out there that were interested in taking care of a child once born, the issue might be a bit more clearer.
There are over 100,000 kids that aren't being adopted as I type this, so that is a moot argument to make against abortion.

The same people that are against abortion are also the ones that vote against offering aid to families in need and making sure they have medical care.
In countries that ban abortion they have more abortions than in countries that have almost no prohibitions on abortion.

That zygote that is floating around the womb of a pregnant woman is life but it is totally unaware of anything and totally void of conscience until further along in the pregnancy, beyond the allowable time for an abortion as far as I've been able to ascertain.

Something about partial birth abortions....
http://www.npr.org/2006/02/21/5168163/partial-birth-abortion-separating-fact-from-spin

Personally if someone told me that my daughter being knocked up because uncle Joe couldn't keep it in his pants was "God's will," I'd beat the crap out of them and say "It was God's will too."

It isn't my choice....
It isn't yours either, unless you are pregnant.


Who in the history of ever has said that rape is God's will?
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54 / M / Tacoma, WA. wind...
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Posted 11/17/14 , edited 11/21/14

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Who in the history of ever has said that rape is God's will?


Richard Mourdock candidate for U.S. Senate comes to mind....
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Posted 11/18/14 , edited 11/18/14

GrateSaiyaman wrote:


Richard Mourdock candidate for U.S. Senate comes to mind....


No, he didn't say rape was God's Will. [see http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/23/richard-mourdock-abortion_n_2007482.html]
He claimed abortion was murder, and that for him rape doesn't justify murder and that rape victims must carry the child to term.
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54 / M / Tacoma, WA. wind...
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Posted 11/18/14 , edited 11/18/14

jtjumper wrote:


GrateSaiyaman wrote:


Richard Mourdock candidate for U.S. Senate comes to mind....


No, he didn't say rape was God's Will. [see http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/23/richard-mourdock-abortion_n_2007482.html]
He claimed abortion was murder, and that for him rape doesn't justify murder and that rape victims must carry the child to term.


http://crooksandliars.com/scarce/richard-mourdock-conception-rape-gods-will

He said it. Here's the Video...

He back-peddled after.....
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19 / F / Sydney
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Posted 11/19/14
It's a woman's choice if she doesn't want a child or not.

People agreeing with religion, do you also agree that if a woman was raped, that she should keep a child she didn't want or ask for.
Think of you when you get heaps assignments for school. You get loads at one time, it's a whole lot for someone to handle sometimes and quite a bit of responsibility and duty now, and you didn't ask for it.
Neither did women who may be raped, they didn't ask for it.

But overall it's a woman's choice, and if they feel as if they are not ready, let them do what they want.
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