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TBF Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Jun-26-08 10:42 AM
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58. My reply is that things are not always black/white - think about how we
support a woman's "right to choose". Some argue that is killing. I'm still in the "right to choose" camp (just to be clear), but after having 2 children and seeing their very early sonograms it has become one of those issues I continually debate internally.

I do want to say that I appreciate the courage it took for you to post about your experience, and your opinion does come with extra weight because of that experience.

I'm not as forgiving, I'd personally like to kill the bastard for you. But I guess that is why we have the courts.
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