Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

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Thousands of abortion opponents marched from the National Mall to the Supreme Court on Tuesday in their annual remembrance of the court's Roe v. Wade decision.
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sassy Jm

Jackson, NJ

#253911 Aug 22, 2012
Sister Kathryn Lust wrote:
<quoted text>So you're against reproductive choice of any kind, if it's not a choice you'd make.
Got it.
By the way, pregnancy being a 'natural state' of women, is a very common precept within the 'pro-life' community - just not a well supported one. I see you're not departing from the party line: If you're pre-born, you're fine....if you're post-born, you're fuct.
That about sum it up?
You said that that psycho "practices what I preach". I'd like you to explain this "emotional" comment from you.

I am a woman. I don't want anyone telling me what to do. America the great,does in fact tell me what to do though ;/ but I LOVE living here. Good news: America doesn't FORCE me to get pregnant. Nor does it force ANY woman to get pregnant.

"""By the way, pregnancy being a 'natural state' of women"""

Honey,your space ship is about to take off. Best get yer thangs and head on....

LOL
sassy Jm

Jackson, NJ

#253912 Aug 22, 2012
lost-cause wrote:
<quoted text>
Not the same scenerio...
Oh? Explain please.

Chance of baby dying(miscarriage) in both scenerios.

Dr's afraid treatment to save this girls life will cause miscarriage.
Ink

Morrisville, PA

#253913 Aug 22, 2012
sassy Jm wrote:
<quoted text>I've yet to see a reply to my comments about another scenerio involving that very same woman.
Here it is again...
If that very same woman didn't have cancer,but was pregnant,and got into a car accident,would those very same Dr's have done EMERGENCY surgery to save her life? Would they be thinking that they'd be accused of aborting her child "if" and that is "if" that baby was miscarried?
You know the answer as well as I. This then proves my point.
Yes, what if she had extensive injuries to her abdomen and her uterus had to be removed even though she was pregnant. Makes you wonder if they would be reluctant.
sassy Jm

Jackson, NJ

#253914 Aug 22, 2012
Lady_Venus wrote:
<quoted text>
Seriously, you need your head examined!
I’m sure you’re the woman on the jury judging the poor soul that was rapped and ended up pregnant.
People like you are the reason that over 80% of rapes go unreported!
You certainly do not live in reality Miss!
Rapped?

@@

Who sits on a jury and judges "rapped" poor souls?

Nope,PP is the reason why "rappes" go unreported. Proaborts like you are the reason why they go unreported. You have been known to mock YOUNG girls that were abused and/or accuse rape victims of screaming rape to cover up their "sluttiness".
zef

Los Angeles, CA

#253915 Aug 22, 2012
Sister Kathryn Lust wrote:
<quoted text>Since your 'solution' is maiming innocent women, I fail to see the difference. Of course mine is a pro-choice point of view. I have yet to claim otherwise.
Not that your opinion on the matter, has any bearing whatsoever, on whether or not I choose to gestate.
If your opinion had no bearing on whether or not I choose to use drugs, you might have a point. But since it does, you obviously don't. Women that kill their children with an abortion are not innocent, not in the least.

“Nasty Nana”

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#253916 Aug 22, 2012
sassy Jm wrote:
<quoted text>So you are blaming men for your pregnancy? You are raped every time that you have sex? You've NEVER had control over who you sleep with? You've NEVER had control over telling a man NO when you didn't want to get pregnant?
C'mon,don't make ALL women as pathetic as you are.
I for one,have control over MY life. "If" I get pregnant,then it is because I CHOSE to have sex when fertile. Pregnancy is a natural result of intercourse.
You are utterly incapable of reading a single post without injecting what you think is being said. Yet again you have totally twisted her words to make yet another endless, offensive rant.
Perhaps you are unaware of the theory that if we were not meant to enjoy and further more indulge in intercourse, the “Lord” would not have made it feel, oh, so, good!
The option not to conceive by use of contraceptive has been practiced and perfected since the 18 century, frankly, it should be encouraged.
The implications of your agreement suggest that you agree with baby making machines and government reliance, though that seems to totally turn your religious right argument on it’s head.
Are you a supporter of the Death Penalty?
sassy Jm

Jackson, NJ

#253917 Aug 22, 2012
Lady_Venus wrote:
<quoted text>
48% of American woman will have AT LEAST one abortion in her lifetime. Appears to me it’s the Pro-Lifers that are completely incapable of practicing what you preach, also.
It is also you hypocritical reprobates that set up girls for such failures. You unsuccessfully teach abstinence, which is utterly ineffective. Take the Netherlands for example, where sexual education is a top priority. This country not only has the lowest teenage pregnancy rate in all of Europe, shockingly they have the lowest STD/STI rates in all of Europe.
I do not think that America practices preventive medicine at all, though, the medical industry seems to disagree. Sadly, healthcare has been monopolized by the insurance companies.
{{OMG, SHUT UP, something we agree on.}}
""""Appear s to me it’s the Pro-Lifers that are completely incapable of practicing what you preach, also.""""

If you kill your child,you're not prolife. You were pro-death.

""""You unsuccessfully teach abstinence""" "

Liar.

You teach conception,yet over...that's OVER 50% of women who received abortions,were using it. Not as "successful" as you'd like to presume. That's also not including the girls who lied to their Dr's and told them that they DID use it because they felt silly. This ALSO doesn't include all the ones that DIDN'T abort(that got pregnant while using contraception)and went on to give birth.

Yeah,EPIC FAIL dear.

“I'm here with bells on.”

Since: Jul 12

Location hidden

#253918 Aug 22, 2012
sassy Jm wrote:
<quoted text>So you are blaming men for your pregnancy?
I place no 'blame' on either party for pregnancy. I also place responsibility for born children on both parties. What I advocate is that the woman have the final say on whether or not she gestates - and even that is uncertain, given the fact of miscarriage.

sassy Jm wrote:
<quoted text>You are raped every time that you have sex?
No. I've never been raped.

sassy Jm wrote:
<quoted text>You've NEVER had control over who you sleep with?
I've always had control over with whom I have sex. I've never had complete control over whether or not I become pregnant, and neither does anyone sexually active, with working reproductive organs.

sassy Jm wrote:
<quoted text>You've NEVER had control over telling a man NO when you didn't want to get pregnant?
As I've said, I've never been raped. I have, however, been pregnant, and there have been many outcomes of my choice to gestate. Not all of them resulted in live birth. Not all of my pregnancies were allowed to gestate. I have two beautiful children, whom I raised to adulthood.
sassy Jm wrote:
<quoted text>C'mon,don't make ALL women as pathetic as you are.
I am incapable of 'making' any or 'all' women do, or appear to be, anything at all. Why would you assert that I've tried to?
sassy Jm wrote:
<quoted text>I for one,have control over MY life.
And apparently you'd like the law to exercise reproductive control over everyone else's.

sassy Jm wrote:
<quoted text>"If" I get pregnant,then it is because I CHOSE to have sex when fertile.
And if you don't get pregnant, is that a result of your control over reproduction, or not? Careful - there's more than one answer.
sassy Jm wrote:
<quoted text> Pregnancy is a natural result of intercourse.
Which is the exact opposite of what you said earlier - that Suleman's serial pregnancies were 'not natural'. I'd like to see you try and convince the Duggars, for example, of your stance on this.
zef

Los Angeles, CA

#253919 Aug 22, 2012
Lady_Venus wrote:
<quoted text>
You are utterly incapable of reading a single post without injecting what you think is being said. Yet again you have totally twisted her words to make yet another endless, offensive rant.
Perhaps you are unaware of the theory that if we were not meant to enjoy and further more indulge in intercourse, the “Lord” would not have made it feel, oh, so, good!
The option not to conceive by use of contraceptive has been practiced and perfected since the 18 century, frankly, it should be encouraged.
The implications of your agreement suggest that you agree with baby making machines and government reliance, though that seems to totally turn your religious right argument on it’s head.
Are you a supporter of the Death Penalty?
I am opposed to the death penalty for people that have never committed, nor been convicted of any crime.

“I'm here with bells on.”

Since: Jul 12

Location hidden

#253920 Aug 22, 2012
zef wrote:
<quoted text>
Its first recommendation on "what women need to know" instructs health professionals: "Women should be advised that abortion is generally safer than continuing a pregnancy to term."
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/...
British Doctors Told to Advise Women Abortion Safer Than Giving Birth
http://www.foxnews.com/world/2011/02/27/advis...
Abortion safer than giving birth: study
http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/01/23/us-...
So far, you've bolstered my stance on abortion. Might you have a point to make, otherwise?
sassy Jm

Jackson, NJ

#253921 Aug 22, 2012
Lady_Venus wrote:
<quoted text>
You are utterly incapable of reading a single post without injecting what you think is being said. Yet again you have totally twisted her words to make yet another endless, offensive rant.
Perhaps you are unaware of the theory that if we were not meant to enjoy and further more indulge in intercourse, the “Lord” would not have made it feel, oh, so, good!
The option not to conceive by use of contraceptive has been practiced and perfected since the 18 century, frankly, it should be encouraged.
The implications of your agreement suggest that you agree with baby making machines and government reliance, though that seems to totally turn your religious right argument on it’s head.
Are you a supporter of the Death Penalty?
""""Perhap s you are unaware of the theory that if we were not meant to enjoy and further more indulge in intercourse, the “Lord” would not have made it feel, oh, so, good"""" ""

Having sex with 5 guys must feel "OH,SO,GOOD" too.
Having sex with the hot mailman must feel "OH,SO,GOOD" too.
Smoking crack must feel "OH,SO,GOOD"too or nobody would be doing it.
Dancing on tables while piss drunk must feel "OH,SO,GOOD" too since many women like to do that when drunk.

OR...the "Lord" would not have made it feel "OH,SO,GOOD".

But,just the same...yes,he did make sex feel oh so good because he wanted us to have it in order to procreate. If I have cancer,I'm sure sex will feel just as AWESOME as if I didn't have it,but realistically,I would ABSTAIN for obvious reasons.

You EXPECT to teach young kids,teenagers to stay clean,sexfree if they think drinking,sex,drugs "feel oh so good"? I bet you wouldn't give a damn WHAT it felt like if you were the mom.

Siiiiiit down punk.

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#253922 Aug 22, 2012
Ink wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you serious? You think women in this country are in danger of not be treated with chemo for cancer because they are pregnant?
Who is advocating for that?
C'mom.
Anyone who is advocating for abortion to be entirely illegal. Pay attention, Witless.

“Nasty Nana”

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#253923 Aug 22, 2012
sassy Jm wrote:
<quoted text> Rapped?
@@
Who sits on a jury and judges "rapped" poor souls?
Nope,PP is the reason why "rappes" go unreported. Proaborts like you are the reason why they go unreported. You have been known to mock YOUNG girls that were abused and/or accuse rape victims of screaming rape to cover up their "sluttiness".
Yet again you show your utter ignorance.
Firstly, I have never and will never mocked REAL victims of abuse. I passed comment about a silly little girl posting her dirty laundry as if she would get sympathy. News flash sister, real trauma victims do not talk to total strangers about their abuse. I have little time for silly little girls that cry wolf.
Are you seriously insinuating that Pro Choice supports are the reason rape goes unreported, really!?! Please enlighten me how you came to that synopsis! I cannot fathom how one comes to that conclusion.
Perhaps you should have better worded your own retort, panties are in enough of a wade for you to imply that your little friend indeed cried wolf.
Wrong again Sassy, on all accounts, having a bad day sister?
sassy Jm

Jackson, NJ

#253924 Aug 22, 2012
Sister Kathryn Lust wrote:
<quoted text>I don't know any proaborts, either here or elsewhere. Perhaps you get "in trouble" because you are not willing to admit to your own?
Just speculation. Could be wrong.
Do you support a womans right to abort if that's what she chooses?

Nope,never would even conceive of killing my child let alone actually doing it. It would never cross my mind. Sorry,but not all people are anti-life,pro-death.

WORST case scenerio,I'd give my child up for adoption IF the occassion arrived where I was unable to feed or house my child. God forbid. I'm not for abortion nor do I support the Susan Smiths of the world who kill their born unwanted children either.

“I'm here with bells on.”

Since: Jul 12

Location hidden

#253925 Aug 22, 2012
sassy Jm wrote:
<quoted text>May I show you to the nearest exit? You're obviously lost.
LOL
Funny thing though is that your posts,since you 'arrived',have been nothing BUT emotionally driven nonsense. If you dish out,then expect it back hypocrite.
Gee, could you post that in "proabort"? I just didn't understand it.

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Ink

Morrisville, PA

#253926 Aug 22, 2012
Bitner wrote:
<quoted text>
Anyone who is advocating for abortion to be entirely illegal. Pay attention, Witless.
Can you be specific. Who advocates for a woman to lose her life insread of being treated for a deadly disease?

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#253927 Aug 22, 2012
sassy Jm wrote:
<quoted text> You'd rather spend your life on an abortion forum.
NUFF said about YOU and your "life".
You'd be better off watching that "idiot box" and getting up and exercising once in awhile. How about simply going outside once in awhile?
URwelcome. ANYTHING to help.
You mean aside from the three months I wasn't here at all?

Damn, you're dumb. Obviously watching TV has killed off quite a few of your brain cells.
Ink

Morrisville, PA

#253928 Aug 22, 2012
instead

“I'm here with bells on.”

Since: Jul 12

Location hidden

#253929 Aug 22, 2012
zef wrote:
<quoted text>
If your opinion had no bearing on whether or not I choose to use drugs, you might have a point. But since it does, you obviously don't. Women that kill their children with an abortion are not innocent, not in the least.
I can see that 'woman as other-than-vessel is not a concept you recognize. All people are 'innocent' of some things, and 'guilty' of others. In my view, the only thing which makes a fetus 'innocent' is that it is not yet a person.

'Personhood' is a condition arising from birth.

JMO
sassy Jm

Jackson, NJ

#253930 Aug 22, 2012
Sister Kathryn Lust wrote:
<quoted text>I place no 'blame' on either party for pregnancy. I also place responsibility for born children on both parties. What I advocate is that the woman have the final say on whether or not she gestates - and even that is uncertain, given the fact of miscarriage.
<quoted text>No. I've never been raped.
<quoted text>I've always had control over with whom I have sex. I've never had complete control over whether or not I become pregnant, and neither does anyone sexually active, with working reproductive organs.
<quoted text>As I've said, I've never been raped. I have, however, been pregnant, and there have been many outcomes of my choice to gestate. Not all of them resulted in live birth. Not all of my pregnancies were allowed to gestate. I have two beautiful children, whom I raised to adulthood.
<quoted text>I am incapable of 'making' any or 'all' women do, or appear to be, anything at all. Why would you assert that I've tried to?
<quoted text>And apparently you'd like the law to exercise reproductive control over everyone else's.
<quoted text>And if you don't get pregnant, is that a result of your control over reproduction, or not? Careful - there's more than one answer.
<quoted text>Which is the exact opposite of what you said earlier - that Suleman's serial pregnancies were 'not natural'. I'd like to see you try and convince the Duggars, for example, of your stance on this.
"""I place no 'blame' on either party for pregnancy"

Not true. Look at what you just posted to ZEF. You blame MEN.

""""I've always had control over with whom I have sex""""

Then why would you blame the man for impregnating you?

Have you ever aborted?

"""">An d apparently you'd like the law to exercise reproductive control over everyone else's"""" ""

Nope. Like I said,I don't think ANYONE should be FORCED to get pregnant. Stop lying. If you are pregnant,then YOU made the choice to have sex while fertile.

""""And if you don't get pregnant, is that a result of your control over reproduction, or not? Careful - there's more than one answer""""

God gives life. He creates life. I have NO say in whether I get pregnant. I have been given a body that I've educated myself about. I know when I'm fertile. If for SOME reason I simply can't be pregnant,I will not have sex. God gave me a brain,...I use it. I also know that God will never give me more than I can handle. IMAGINE that?

""""" ""Suleman's serial pregnancies were 'not natural'. I'd like to see you try and convince the Duggars, for example, of your stance on this>""" """

WTF are you talking about? Sulemans pregnancies were not natural nor is a 60 something yr old woman being pregnant. It's not done in the way God designed it,so it's not natural. It's stupidity. God may ALLOW the conception but it's not his design.

The Duggars are a happily married couple who left EVERY act of sex open to Gods will. He gave them children galore. They feel blessed. A woman who may be ill or something may not want to have sex while fertile because of her circumstances,she abstains. God just doesn't want us interfering with the openness of potential conception while having sex.

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