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Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: February 08, 2008 11:05PM

"Catch 22"

Everyone that thinks Abortion is ok and no big deal............. their moms should've had an Abortion!
the finger
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: February 09, 2008 12:24AM

anyone that thinks that the government should have a say in the matter..........
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: February 09, 2008 06:26AM

Legal or illegal, its still disgusting and wrong. One more example of the lack of respect for life and morals that we instill in the kids that make it.
zxz555 Report This Comment
Date: February 09, 2008 11:08AM

Duane - fuck off! moody
Anon Report This Comment
Date: February 10, 2008 12:00AM

As soon as there are no more kids left in the orphanages, I'll start listening to anti-abortion idiots.

If you don't believe in abortion, then don't have one. If you don't want other people to have an abortion, then start adopting -- otherwise, shut the fuck up.
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: February 10, 2008 09:17AM

How about we start stapling the bitches legs together until shes ready to have a baby or at least take a risk. Maybe eliminate the ones who are to stupid to use birth control. Save the fucking gene pool, thats a real fucking idea. While were at it lets take all the repeat offender criminals and kill them because thats going to clear up room for potential. Sound rash, so does abortion. Give the question marks a chance and get rid of the proven shit heads.
On a side note, when are we going to come up with a more humane way of abortion than what we have. They go in a womb and cut off a baby's arms legs and head and vacuum out the waste. How about saline, where they pump salt into the amniotic sac and poison the baby. There are doctors who report the baby reacting to being cut up and if this does not bother you or offend you then see the paragraph above. If you really want to kill then lets at least get the right ones. Lets do it the right way to with a sword and vacuum. Excuse me but I'm trying to work on the fucking limited scope you got there.
ORLANDO399 Report This Comment
Date: February 10, 2008 12:15PM

Well put anon!thumbs
down Facts r abortion will be here to the end of time,if ya like it or not.Soooooo deal with it!
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: February 11, 2008 08:46PM

I vote we let the "religous right crowd" (<-purely oxymoronical term if there ever was one) who seem so hell bent on deciding "for" pregnant women about what they should or should not be allowed to do with their bodies take care of all the unwanted new borns. Not just the ones from teenagers way too young to possibly be decent parents, but the drunk babies, crack babies and all the others that would certainly be born if there were no reasonable alternative. Oh, and don't forget all the deaths that would occur of Moms in back alleys or back rooms of places most people would never even care to visit, much less have a medical procedure performed in that would surely return if women had no legal alternative to cessation of unwanted or unplanned pregnancies.

Funny how allowances for "righteous" abortions like in cases of incest or rape magically wash away the "sin" it's otherwise viewed as in the eyes of anti-abortion proponents.

Reminds me of the logic of the same bunch who on one hand will tellya all about how bad it is to be workin on the sabbath ... unless you happen to be one of those servin them sundee dinner at their favorite restaurant after they get outta church grinning

Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: February 13, 2008 06:11AM

Must be nice to know who's life is worth living and who's isn't. It's easy when you don't believe in a God or after life to kill anyone that can't speak up. You will never look them in the eye.eye rolling
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: February 13, 2008 08:48AM

There's no such thing as ease in a decision to take a life, whether that be a thief in the night who might do harm to yourself or your loved ones or an unwanted pregnancy terminated through abortion, but mythical figures wouldn't figure into the equation either way, at least not for myself. Hence the foisted sense of religous mentality/morality would not play a part either, yet this still doesn't simplify the mental/moral conundrum such a choice entails in the grand scope of a life.

While I whole heartedly support a womans right to choose to have an abortion, all in all it's a sorry excuse for birth control methodology. I do have to wonder though how those of you against abortion view other methods of birth control as well since honestly any method employed to prevent pregnancy is actually in essence "taking a life", only just in a different way. Why doesn't the same sense of morality come into play when making such a choice?

Most religous moralists base their stance on anti-abortion on the premise that life begins at the moment of conception and since birth control simply instantaneously insures that moment never occurs isn't that still "murdering" an unborn in a different fashion?

BTW, were I to choose the tenets of the christian religon as the basis for the morality I hold dear and choose to employ in my day to day life it would implore me to embrace the concepts of salvation for my sins through divine forgiveness, which must be a great relief for the murders/rapists/child molesters who commonly "find the lord" in prison.

Every human must choose what is right for themselves each and every day and live with the choices one makes, good or bad as well as the consequences of those choices, again, good or bad. The difference between myself and religous moralists is that I can only receive forgiveness from myself once I have wrestled with the implications of my choices yet "christians" can just ask for divine forgiveness and have the same choices magically washed away through salvation .... what a load of smellly garbage eye rolling


Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 13/02/2008 09:17AM by Mrkim.
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: February 14, 2008 10:05PM

Kim, part of asking for forgiveness is realizing your wrong and feeling real guilt for the sin. You seem very intelligent on most things. People feel guilt if they are religious or not. I would hope they could feel forgiveness also be it divine or earthly. Being a Christian I was told to ask for forgiveness from the person I wronged also. I see no garbage in this line of thinking. Christianity is a path to be Christ like, not a moment that you turn perfect. I'll never be perfect and don't have false hopes of it. Sometimes the picture from the outside is not accurate.