Abortion's Holy Worker

Aug 1, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The American Spectator

War is being waged, and it isn't overseas extremists, but rather Roman Catholic bishops who perpetrate the assault, according to the new head of a religious left group that fights for abortion on demand.

"We can't let religious bullies silence us," argues Harry Knox, the former head of the Episcopal Church's LGBT caucus, and now the new President of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice ...

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<quoted text>Oh yeah that little girl in brazil, you were a hundred percent pro-life until that, was that because you were okay with the step dad abusing two little girls or just one? With abortion being legal in that case, the abuse would have continued and two girls would have ended up being pregnant by the step father and the mother who allowed it to happen. What a stance to take!
Do you mean that had the little girl been your daughter you would have just let her die?
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LOL - My father wanted a large family and she knew that when she married him. I guess the figured out how to compromise. People in love do that in successful relationships. You should try it some time Mr. Null Set. Of course thne we would be faced with that tricky question about the ability of nothing having a relationship with nothing. Hummm...
These days, most women who know they NEVER want children make sure, BEFORE they get married, that the guy they're going to marry doesn't want kids either. They are determined to stay childfree (no kids by choice), and have no intention of compromising.

It's not a good idea to go into marriage with that issue not even being discussed until afterward. It almost always creates serious problems.
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Do you mean that had the little girl been your daughter you would have just let her die?
In THAT poster's case, I believe he would have.

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In THAT poster's case, I believe he would have.
Yeah, that's what I thought.

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Do you mean that had the little girl been your daughter you would have just let her die?
If that little girl had been my daughter she wouldn't be in that situation, nor would her sister, because I would value them with the dignity they deserved and they would not have been raped at all, especially by the man that is supposed to be protecting them. However in the event that I found out my daughter had been raped and became pregnant, I would have done everything in my power to find a doctor who would work to save both of them. That is what I would have done.

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In THAT poster's case, I believe he would have.
Then you would have been wrong, but that is not a surprise.

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"I would value them with the dignity they deserved and they would not have been raped at all,"

Rape is a crime, how on earth does valuing dignity have anything to do with being raped?

Are you saying all those who are raped are bad or deserved it?

Good Lord, I hope you clarify that nonsense..........

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These days, most women who know they NEVER want children make sure, BEFORE they get married, that the guy they're going to marry doesn't want kids either. They are determined to stay childfree (no kids by choice), and have no intention of compromising.
It's not a good idea to go into marriage with that issue not even being discussed until afterward. It almost always creates serious problems.
You have to know that these people were very, very much in love with each other and understood each other very well. She may not of want children but was willing to have them because my dad really wanted them. She did say she wasn't sorry that she had us but she really would have liked her own business life.

Lucky for her his business was large enough for her to do a lot of behind the scenes work like manage their busy social and family lives. Manage the personal and business properties and run two houses in two states.
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<quoted text>If that little girl had been my daughter she wouldn't be in that situation, nor would her sister, because I would value them with the dignity they deserved and they would not have been raped at all, especially by the man that is supposed to be protecting them. However in the event that I found out my daughter had been raped and became pregnant, I would have done everything in my power to find a doctor who would work to save both of them. That is what I would have done.
Your intentions would have been noble. All I know is if that wasn't going to work, I would not take a chance on a little girl dying. No way.

Your honesty is refreshing; you're one of the few people who had the courage to even answer this. If a doctor could have been found to save BOTH that would have been incredible. I wonder if the girl's mother had the chance or resources to look into that.
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..to some IT IS ....OKAY...EH..

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Your intentions would have been noble. All I know is if that wasn't going to work, I would not take a chance on a little girl dying. No way.
Your honesty is refreshing; you're one of the few people who had the courage to even answer this. If a doctor could have been found to save BOTH that would have been incredible. I wonder if the girl's mother had the chance or resources to look into that.
Of course resources may have played a part in this case, maybe! But what if society respected unborn life enough that in these instances, those resources were readily available. Doctors never took life intentionally and always thought, worked and succeeded in saving life.

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<quoted text>Of course resources may have played a part in this case, maybe! But what if society respected unborn life enough that in these instances, those resources were readily available. Doctors never took life intentionally and always thought, worked and succeeded in saving life.
It would be nice to respect all life even after they are born, eh?

When I start seeing that I'll believe the pro-fetus crowd is really pro-life..........

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It would be nice to respect all life even after they are born, eh?
When I start seeing that I'll believe the pro-fetus crowd is really pro-life..........
sure it would, but you aren't going to see a respect for life after a person is born if you can't start respecting life before birth. Birth is not when life begins and you respect for life begins when life begins.

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It would be nice to respect all life even after they are born, eh?
When I start seeing that I'll believe the pro-fetus crowd is really pro-life..........
An unusually clear view of the hypocrisy.
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..WELL..I's...PRO-CHOICE,here. ...

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An unusually clear view of the hypocrisy.
There is a real clear difference between pro-life and pro-fetus....

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<quoted text>sure it would, but you aren't going to see a respect for life after a person is born if you can't start respecting life before birth. Birth is not when life begins and you respect for life begins when life begins.
And perhaps if we respect the life already born it would lead to that.

Feed the hungry, clothe the naked, all that silly stuff Jesus said would determine our everlasting life outcome.

Until then, I doubt the sincerity.....

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Feed the hungry, clothe the naked, all that silly stuff Jesus said would determine our everlasting life outcome ...
... but if it did, why was Jesus' Incarnation and Crucixion necessary?

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... but if it did, why was Jesus' Incarnation and Cruci[fi]xion necessary?
LOL!!!....

Well,.... answer your own clueless question...

Why not take Jesus decision to incarnate and to manifest His ministry as the actual proof?

When asked by the disciples of John, the Baptist, whether or not He was the one of whom the prophets had foretold, what was His answer?

Obviously, it wasn't that He was just sitting around on His righteously divine ass, professing to be special.

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