"You don't know why, because the polls don't specify why. Given that RvW does not place such a restriction, your conclusion is baseless."<quoted text>
"I don't how I can be more clear. Concentrate. Some pro life folks want RvW upheld so that a woman can get an abortion if her life is in danger or for other very restricted reasons."
You don't know why, because the polls don't specify why. Given that RvW does not place such a restriction, your conclusion is baseless.
"They think restricting abortion after viability is a step in the right direction."
Again, we're talking about the RvW decision. The poll didn't specify anything about restrictions, and still two-thirds have declared that they want it upheld/approve of it. That's as is. RvW doesn't have anything to do with the restrictions.
"I don't think your strong card is knowing what pro life people think."
Your first three words were a complete sentence, Witless. I can obviously read the polls better than you can.
"Better to continue to tell us how a uterus trumps a fetus."
Since I've never said any such thing, or implied it, your point is moot. Obviously another instance of you mistaking me for someone else.
Same can be said to you about your OPINION as to what the majority wants. It does NOT specify that it's wanting "RvW upheld" as you claimed and couldn't prove, liar. Don't state opinions as facts or you'll be proven a liar. What you claimed about the majority of people, including some pro-lifers wanting RvW upheld was only your opinion of what was wanted by the majority, which you claimed as fact, and it's not fact. You lied in claiming it as fact.