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    Strange how baby muder became a "health issue"

    tonight i saw Obama on the Leno show, he said women shouldn't let men get involved with their "health issues" (thunderous applause)

    men are telling women not to take vitamin C ...oh wait no ... the topic is ABORTION.
    aborting babies is a big heath issue? ...what about the health of the kid?
    "well we don't consider a human a human at that stage"
    oh i'm sorry, i forgot.

    i how you people realize that the guy who made that statement 'pregnancy from rape was a plan from God' took some kind of bribe in an effort to make conservatives look bad.

    "well i support abortion in cases of rape" - Romney

    the problem with that is, now everyone who goes to the clinic will claim they are raped.

    Roe never had an abortion.
    Roe claimed she was raped when she wasn't
    Roe no longer supports her position in the case.

    the fact is, these baby massacre clinics are something created by the government and heavy propaganda is used to sway the public.
    nothing in the Constitution supports it.


    we should scrap Roe v Wade and start over using real facts and figures.

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    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2012...florida-video/

    Glad she converted to Christianity but notice how a few radicals can effect massive change for very dangerous, irreversible practices and policies. Why aren't those lawyers outed and in jail?

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    Radical Randall Terry - nuff said.

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    we should scrap Roe v Wade and start over using real facts and figures.

    I had to read that twice, thought it said "scrape"


    I've noted men aren't involved if they want to abort, but are forced to be involved to pay for support if they want to keep it.
    Logic would seem that if men are responsible for making a baby to support it, shouldn't women own the same responsibility?
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    Interesting how birth control pills, patches, diaphragms, and rubbers became women's healthcare too. Mammo's I get. Papsmears I get. Cancer screenings I get. That stuff is women's healthcare. Sex is a recreational activity, not unlike baseball or billiards. You won't see me marching on Washington demanding the government force my neighbor to buy me a new ball glove or cue stick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billygoat22 View Post
    we should scrap Roe v Wade and start over using real facts and figures.

    I had to read that twice, thought it said "scrape"


    I've noted men aren't involved if they want to abort, but are forced to be involved to pay for support if they want to keep it.
    Logic would seem that if men are responsible for making a baby to support it, shouldn't women own the same responsibility?
    If the mother can decide on abortion, then the father should also be able to do so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tool-Slinger View Post
    If the mother can decide on abortion, then the father should also be able to do so.
    Or the woman can sign an opt -out clause if she does not agree with the man if he decides on it.
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