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Obviously you've never been to the Abortioneers webpage. They avidly admit to being strongly pro-abortion, and they say that they're proud of it. As for not getting abortions if one doesn't like them, there are plenty of women who are forced into abortion against their will, including my aunt, who died from the grief it caused her. What do you say to those women who had no choice in the matter? "So sorry your husband threatened you into killing your child, but I need to keep abortion legal because I refuse to do what it takes to be responsible and learn my cycle and/or control my sexual urges"? BTW, Alice Paul, who wrote the original 1923 ERA, said, "Abortion is the ultimate exploitation of women!" I'm a woman, and a feminist for life!
I thought that under the law businesses were people. There are many instances of the court upholding the freedom of speech for businesses, too. So, then why are they not afforded the protection of religious freedom, under the same First Amendment? I just don't get this. If it's true that corporations have no First Amendment protection, then, contrary to what the court has decided in these cases, Brown v. Entertainment Merchants Association, Sorrell v. IMS Health, Inc., Pliva v. Mensing, and others can be overturned. In other words, this decision is either hypocritical and biased, or it is establishing that the court was wrong in previous cases, and therefore is basis to overturn those cases.
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Love, Freedom And The 'War on Women'

MoonChild02 Wrote: May 22, 2012 1:17 AM
Really? Giving birth to little girls and then throwing those same girls into the gutter to be run over by cars, or drowning them, or doing something else of the sort is "pro-female"? Since when? Furthermore, since China is currently lacking women as it is, Chinese men are KIDNAPPING women from surrounding areas and countries, viewing them as commodities, not as people! That is the MOST anti-female thing I've ever heard of!
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Love, Freedom And The 'War on Women'

MoonChild02 Wrote: May 22, 2012 1:11 AM
No one is trying to take away your contraception! All we're asking for is a religious institution exception, because the new law infringes on our free exercise of religion, as per the First Amendment.
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Love, Freedom And The 'War on Women'

MoonChild02 Wrote: May 22, 2012 1:09 AM
No one is forcing women to give birth to children, and no one is denying anyone a right to contraceptives. Paying for such things, however, goes against our religious beliefs. It is illegal to infringe on the free exercise of religion, as per the First Amendment. All we are asking for is an exception to the law for religious institutions.
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