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AngryOldDem Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Dec-06-07 07:14 AM
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25. Maybe if the "fundies" actually walked the walk...
...and truly became "pro-life" rather than just "pro-birth" that would make a difference also. If women in an unexpected or unwanted pregnancy got support during that time and after, maybe some would opt not to abort. Maybe I'm wrong, but most "pro-life" groups I see (and I always put "pro-life" in quotes) really don't care what happens after the delivery room. Recently I was browsing a "pro-life" forum where its moderator actually said her group does not care about the mother; only the child. To me, that discredits the whole "pro-life" movement.

And to me, your argument can be even more to the point. Abortion is sometimes a medically necessary procedure; therefore, it must be kept legal and safe.
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  -Why Roe v Wade must stand... Indi Guy  Dec-06-07 12:44 AM   #0 
  - Better get on NARAL's mailing list.  madeline_con   Dec-06-07 12:52 AM   #1 
  - Yeah, I know...  Indi Guy   Dec-06-07 12:56 AM   #4 
  - W.T.F.? "only a diseased soul could actually "like" any form of abortion,?????  uppityperson   Dec-06-07 12:53 AM   #2 
  - Partial birth is a political term, NOT a medical term.  Perragrande   Dec-06-07 12:55 AM   #3 
  - Correct, and what that says is that says is that they don't care about the life of the Mother /nt  still_one   Dec-06-07 12:58 AM   #6 
  - I know, we just have this conversation on DU, link...  uppityperson   Dec-06-07 01:00 AM   #8 
  - Do you "like" abortion? I don't.  Indi Guy   Dec-06-07 12:58 AM   #7 
  - What do you mean "do you 'like' abortion"?  uppityperson   Dec-06-07 01:02 AM   #9 
     - I think my OP answers your questions...  Indi Guy   Dec-06-07 01:06 AM   #11 
        - I must say I have thought and rethought the abortion issue  uppityperson   Dec-06-07 11:36 AM   #28 
  - As described by the RW...  Indi Guy   Dec-06-07 01:24 AM   #13 
     - Then you mean IDE/IDX. Best to not use RW terminology as its main use is to only stir emotions.  uppityperson   Dec-06-07 11:25 AM   #26 
     - By the same logic, they could describe an autopsy or amputations as a brutal procedure.  ehrnst   Dec-06-07 03:04 PM   #36 
  - If a republican gets in the white house in 2008, you can kiss roe v wade goodbye  still_one   Dec-06-07 12:56 AM   #5 
  - You hit a significant issue  The Traveler   Dec-06-07 01:03 AM   #10 
  - The RW elite have no use for any "equal rights" argument n/t  Indi Guy   Dec-06-07 01:12 AM   #12 
  - Wow! Extremely well thought out & expressed!  Indi Guy   Dec-06-07 02:18 AM   #17 
  - Indeed, for anyone who says they won't vote, this is my defining issue  uppityperson   Dec-06-07 11:41 AM   #29 
  - Remember every person nominated for the Supreme Court was asked  alfredo   Dec-06-07 11:31 AM   #27 
  - Abortion is a necessary medical procedure...  MiltonF   Dec-06-07 01:34 AM   #14 
  - Maybe if the Fundie Ministers would promote birth control...  Indi Guy   Dec-06-07 01:45 AM   #15 
  - The problem is birth control costs money and most people who need abortions have none.  MiltonF   Dec-06-07 02:03 AM   #16 
  - I was speaking of prevention...  Indi Guy   Dec-06-07 02:21 AM   #18 
  - All of those cost money. It would be cheaper to just offer free abortions to the poor. n/t  MiltonF   Dec-06-07 03:13 AM   #21 
  - Do you prefer abortions over protection against pregnancy?  Indi Guy   Dec-06-07 04:12 AM   #22 
  - A modest proposal....  ehrnst   Dec-06-07 03:01 PM   #34 
  - the only thing that is failproof is abstinance  blondie58   Dec-06-07 06:59 AM   #24 
  - Even with all the prevention in the world, abortion is sometimes desired  Lars39   Dec-06-07 03:06 PM   #37 
  - Many who have abortions attend regular church services, yes.  uppityperson   Dec-06-07 11:44 AM   #30 
  - Hello? Fundie alert?  ehrnst   Dec-06-07 02:58 PM   #33 
  - Maybe if the fundie ministers supported strong social services...  DCKit   Dec-06-07 02:25 AM   #19 
  - Precisely...  Indi Guy   Dec-06-07 02:36 AM   #20 
  - Their idea of birth control is abstinence  marshall   Dec-06-07 06:47 AM   #23 
  - Maybe if the "fundies" actually walked the walk...  AngryOldDem   Dec-06-07 07:14 AM   #25 
  - Forced abortions for poor people? Really? Are you a Eugenics proponent?  ehrnst   Dec-06-07 02:56 PM   #32 
  - I agree!  cutlassmama   Dec-06-07 04:57 PM   #38 
  - I don't "like" abortion or divorce for that matter. But  ehrnst   Dec-06-07 02:46 PM   #31 
  - In a perfect world Roe v Wade would be irrelevent  tritsofme   Dec-06-07 03:03 PM   #35 
  - locking  maddezmom   Dec-06-07 05:50 PM   #39 
 

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