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That woman on the right end of the couch couldn't hide her contempt.
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Good Women Have Abortions

John Dallas Bowers Wrote: Oct 28, 2014 1:27 PM
Since I'm assuming you're not contesting the innocence of an unborn baby, do you not acknowledge its humanity? And if it's not a human, what species is it?
I read this story on another site, where a commenter wailed, "...if it saves just one life, it's worth it." It seemed clear this person ascribed little or no "worth" to our Second Amendment rights, but I wonder if she'd use the same reasoning if there were a similar law related to driving. Would she be okay if a disgruntled relative who thinks she's really bad behind the wheel went to a judge to get her driving privileges suspended? I doubt it. In my experience, any argument that includes, "...if it saves one life..." will have little logic or real-life experience to back it up. It's all emotion.
"My oldest daughter takes a shining to my Sig Sauer .380 automatic..." Automatic? Say it ain't so, Doug. LOL. That's a mistake I never thought you'd make.
"About publicly sharing your body, having to prove yourself in a meeting full of 50 year old men..." Not sure what Miss Dunham means by "publicly sharing [her] body" -- is she referring to exhibitionism? -- but that seems a far cry from "having to prove yourself in a meeting full of 50 year old men." That's something sales people, advocates, and account executives do every day. Pretty unremarkable. And why the drive-by reference to sex and age? Rather than employing innuendo, she would have been better served by a direct assertion. Miss Dunham will not be appearing in our church.
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