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Reflections on 40 Years of Roe v. Wade

MarineCorpsVet Wrote: Jan 24, 2013 7:44 AM
Robert, you are an uninformed (possibly intentional) fool. Your argument is part of that which was made up at the beginning of the "women's liberation" movement to support the killing. How about outlawing the coat-hanger wielders? After all, there weren't that many. BTW, you might include a history of Margaret Sanger in your reading list. You might learn something other than your lib talking points.
Ron781 Wrote: Jan 24, 2013 11:19 AM
Margarent Sanger is one of Hillary Clinton's most favorite people. That says a lot about Hillary. Oh, she also really liked Saul Alinsky's thinking. She is as sick as Obama. Out damn liberals!

On January 22, 1973, seven robed men in Washington, D. C. decreed that abortion on demand is the new law of the land in these United States. With the bang of a gavel, they nullified virtually any state law at the time restricting abortion.

The high court decided Roe v. Wade without public debate, without the people's representatives getting to weigh in. And here we are, forty years later, still arguing about it. We live in what Dr. Richard Land calls “the Divided States of America.” Abortion is one of the most divisive issues.

Associate Justice Byron White, appointed by John...