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The Abortionist Saints of Sundance

MadMaya Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 5:12 PM
I wonder if the film actually shows such an abortion. Would these "compassionate" people be so in love with the procedure and the barbarians who perform them if they could witness the murder of a living, breathing newborn (or the closest thing to it)? If so, then there is no hope for them. What has happened to people?
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The Abortionist Saints of Sundance

MadMaya Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 5:08 PM
Great points, dconnelly, and I agree, after 4 months there's rarely (if ever) good reason to get rid of a baby. Even then, it should be a careful decision. As for Robert above: If you're going to spew this garbage, please provide names, dates, and links to stories that explain the crisis faced by these women who opted for a late-term abortion. And explain why a perfectly viable baby would not have survived. You know, I NEVER hear a pro-abortionist utter one word of compassion for the life he or she so coldly advocates snuffing out. Where is the weeping heart for the innocent who has no voice?
Thank you, glenn183. Big government is entangling more and more people in their web of dependency while promising each new recruit the sun, moon, and stars -- paid for by the private sector. Creating dependency -- that's what they do best. What people don't get is that the government giveth and the government taketh away. Dependents are at the mercy of these whims. Conversely, private sector workers have far more control over their future and finances, but this sector is being strangled. Where will all that lovely money come from to pay the gov't workers when the private sector is in ruins?
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Soldier Girl Blues

MadMaya Wrote: Jan 30, 2013 5:43 PM
To quote Jeff Goldblum's character as ponders the wisdom of creating Jurassic Park: "Just because we can doesn't mean we should." That sentiment can apply to so many things these days. Wisdom is obsolete.
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Soldier Girl Blues

MadMaya Wrote: Jan 30, 2013 5:43 PM
To quote Jeff Goldblum's character as ponders the wisdom of creating Jurassic Park: "Just because we can doesn't mean we should." That sentiment can apply to so many things these days. Wisdom is obsolete.
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Soldier Girl Blues

MadMaya Wrote: Jan 30, 2013 5:39 PM
No, just stupid and irrelevant.
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All the Presidents' Women

MadMaya Wrote: Jan 29, 2013 8:53 PM
You're right -- it's a silly topic, but who made it such a stupid issue? Democrats -- the party of Divide and Conquer. At this point in history, we should be putting the best people for the job in ANY position. But the Dems corrupt the selection process with their non-stop push to pigeon-hole people, then convince them that they are victims of society and conservative values. So, good for you if you find the topic a yawn. I wish the liberals did and would let us all be.
I wouldn't employ the term "evolve," which implies some sort of improvement. I see no improvement here.
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Shouting Louder

MadMaya Wrote: Jan 29, 2013 8:32 PM
I am wondering if this attack in Benghazi wasn't a staged "October surprise" that got out of hand. I cannot put it past Obama's corrupt administration to have made arrangements with local terrorists to go in and create a seemingly dangerous disturbance that our Hero in Chief could then squash with the brilliance of his leadership. Wink-wink, nudge-nudge, the terrorists agreed with the plan, then went full-out and murdered four Americans. This might have sunk Obama's run for the presidency if Romney hadn't gotten all soft and squishy on the subject (something I'll never understand or forgive).
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The Church is Not a Closet

MadMaya Wrote: Jan 27, 2013 5:04 PM
Dear Nit-Picky Agitator: "Homo sapiens originated in Africa, where they reached anatomical modernity about 200,000 years ago and began to exhibit full behavioral modernity around 50,000 years ago. The human lineage diverged from the last common ancestor with its closest living relative, the chimpanzee, some five million years ago, evolving into the Australopithecines and eventually the genus Homo." Sadly, you once again have glossed over the main point of the post (a good one) by focusing on a triviality. Good job. That's the way to win an argument . . .
Mr Hunter: What do you suggest the Republicans do? The MSM refuses to deal with the issue neutrally or fairly. Through it, the Democrats bombard the public with propaganda hourly. They also attack the Constitution from myriad angles on a constant basis. They're like firebugs who set not one big fire that's easy to see and deal with, but tens of dozens of little ones that require attention and scatter our force. I repeat: What do we do? It's easy to critique the Republican Party's performance here, but what's a better approach that will save the day?
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