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"the majority of Americans" on abortion #7613123
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Cabbagehead and the rest of the bunch keep saying the majority of Americans, are pro abortion. Looks like now we are going to find out how true that is. Thousand people show up to protest, but a million other residents of the county stay home. I believe the majority in favor, is going to turn out to be the minority of actual voters.

AOC commented on the ruling, she said there are too many children living in poverty now. What would you rather be? Poor or dead.

Re: "the majority of Americans" on abortion [Re: wr otis] #7613132
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I'm dead broke.


Life ain't supposed to be easy.
Re: "the majority of Americans" on abortion [Re: wr otis] #7613135
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So horseface is showing her true colors.

Kill the poors rather than be bothered to help the poors.

Re: "the majority of Americans" on abortion [Re: wr otis] #7613137
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I believe, most folks are like me. There are extreme times where abortion is acceptable. In a far left whacko's mind, that would make me pro-choice. To me, most abortions could be considered extreme measures of unacceptable birth control. Meaning, people are making irresponsible decisions they do not wish to be accountable for. On the other hand, I am not opposed to using "the morning after" pill in the case of rape or other instances where a pregnancy was forced on someone against their will. Regardless of how the pregnancy happened, I do not believe there is any instance, with the exception of the life of the mother, where an abortion should be allowed after a certain point (12 weeks?). I think these are the discussions we would be open to. These extreme views are not helpful.


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Re: "the majority of Americans" on abortion [Re: wr otis] #7613144
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I believe the abortion question is more about keeping us hating each other than womens rights or right to life. Bottom line is no law can stop abortion and no law can force a woman to get one.

We need to move on.


Those who would give up essential liberty, to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety. Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790)
Re: "the majority of Americans" on abortion [Re: wr otis] #7613145
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The land of the free? Except when it comes to abortions.

Re: "the majority of Americans" on abortion [Re: wr otis] #7613146
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This issue will never be put to bed and any person who has a moderate view which could be a solution will be attacked by extremist's from both sides......the liberals will use it to their full advantage come 'fraud' day 11/08/22. aoc's handlers idolize polpot so she will promote killing with no qualms...I imagine she will promote killing the opposition when the time comes.



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Re: "the majority of Americans" on abortion [Re: kingrat] #7613161
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Originally Posted by kingrat
The land of the free? Except when it comes to abortions.


Free to murder?

Re: "the majority of Americans" on abortion [Re: wr otis] #7613162
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Or let's be honest here.

Free from morality and the consequences of one's actions.

Re: "the majority of Americans" on abortion [Re: trapperkeck] #7613217
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Originally Posted by trapperkeck
I believe, most folks are like me. There are extreme times where abortion is acceptable. In a far left whacko's mind, that would make me pro-choice. To me, most abortions could be considered extreme measures of unacceptable birth control. Meaning, people are making irresponsible decisions they do not wish to be accountable for. On the other hand, I am not opposed to using "the morning after" pill in the case of rape or other instances where a pregnancy was forced on someone against their will. Regardless of how the pregnancy happened, I do not believe there is any instance, with the exception of the life of the mother, where an abortion should be allowed after a certain point (12 weeks?). I think these are the discussions we would be open to. These extreme views are not helpful.

Agreed

Re: "the majority of Americans" on abortion [Re: wr otis] #7613237
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best thing I've heard is "All the ones promoting abortion are alive" how does that work. I have a great idea. How about abstain or use birth control then abortion will almost be an emergency life saving operation instead of a life ending operation for God's creation because the idiots involved are either too stupid or irresponsible to care. They aren't ignorant because due to our educational system every 10 year old how babies are made.


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Re: "the majority of Americans" on abortion [Re: danny clifton] #7613238
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Originally Posted by danny clifton
I believe the abortion question is more about keeping us hating each other than womens rights or right to life. Bottom line is no law can stop abortion and no law can force a woman to get one.

We need to move on.

Bingo. Also funny with the timing that this came. Mid terms right around the corner. Hmmmm.

Re: "the majority of Americans" on abortion [Re: Flicker Shad] #7613250
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Originally Posted by Flicker Shad
Originally Posted by danny clifton
I believe the abortion question is more about keeping us hating each other than womens rights or right to life. Bottom line is no law can stop abortion and no law can force a woman to get one.

We need to move on.

Bingo. Also funny with the timing that this came. Mid terms right around the corner. Hmmmm.

I tend to agree. A woman who does not want to keep a pregnancy will find a way to end it. My mother-in-law nearly died from a coat hanger abortion of her 5th pregnancy when she had decided she just couldn't have another. For the record, I hate the idea of abortion... but have never felt like I could tell someone else what they can do or not do.


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Re: "the majority of Americans" on abortion [Re: wr otis] #7613252
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Originally Posted by wr otis
Cabbagehead and the rest of the bunch keep saying the majority of Americans, are pro abortion. Looks like now we are going to find out how true that is. Thousand people show up to protest, but a million other residents of the county stay home. I believe the majority in favor, is going to turn out to be the minority of actual voters.

AOC commented on the ruling, she said there are too many children living in poverty now. What would you rather be? Poor or dead.



in other news AOC death squad went around offering kids in poor neighborhoods a choice poor or dead and offering to make it very quick with a captured bolt gun from a packing house .

it appears no poor kids have taken AOC up on the offer. whistle


America only has one issue, we have a Responsibility crisis and everything else stems from it.
Re: "the majority of Americans" on abortion [Re: Flicker Shad] #7613260
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Originally Posted by Flicker Shad
Originally Posted by danny clifton
I believe the abortion question is more about keeping us hating each other than womens rights or right to life. Bottom line is no law can stop abortion and no law can force a woman to get one.

We need to move on.

Bingo. Also funny with the timing that this came. Mid terms right around the corner. Hmmmm.



Nothing funny about it. SCOTUS has a set schedule that is the same every term. Convenes the first Monday in October and releases all decisions in June....regardless of elections


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Re: "the majority of Americans" on abortion [Re: wr otis] #7613261
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Lots of world leaders have had plans to exterminate the poor.


-Ryan
Re: "the majority of Americans" on abortion [Re: trapperkeck] #7613265
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Originally Posted by trapperkeck
I believe, most folks are like me. There are extreme times where abortion is acceptable. In a far left whacko's mind, that would make me pro-choice. To me, most abortions could be considered extreme measures of unacceptable birth control. Meaning, people are making irresponsible decisions they do not wish to be accountable for. On the other hand, I am not opposed to using "the morning after" pill in the case of rape or other instances where a pregnancy was forced on someone against their will. Regardless of how the pregnancy happened, I do not believe there is any instance, with the exception of the life of the mother, where an abortion should be allowed after a certain point (12 weeks?). I think these are the discussions we would be open to. These extreme views are not helpful.


Why do the wacko's think it's always either or. Life will teach us that there are gray areas. I agree with this. Supposedly according to science,at twelve weeks, a fetus responds to being killed.

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Re: "the majority of Americans" on abortion [Re: wr otis] #7613304
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I will take the wacko lable gladly. Murdering kids is never acceptable regardless of how young they are.

Re: "the majority of Americans" on abortion [Re: wr otis] #7613311
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Work harder-there are going to lots more baby daddy kids to feed.


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Re: "the majority of Americans" on abortion [Re: wr otis] #7613318
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The barbarians couldn't even restrict themselves to 1st and 2nd trimester abortion, they wanted it all. Their howling is a symphony to my ears.

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