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Women and Children First

NickBell Wrote: Jun 25, 2012 1:31 AM
Do you mind me asking, how are you pro choice and still believe its murder? I've heard a lot of views, but haven't heard this one.
annfan_777 Wrote: Jun 25, 2012 5:51 AM
Because "Dancing Bear" is one of those yellow bellied cowards who refuses to view something he supports passionately. Out of sight, out of mind. If he never has to see the baby being torn limb from limb, or flushed down a sewer, or watch a nurse assemble the body parts on a table to see if they got them all, then he's perfectly fine with whatever it is that goes on behind those abortion mill walls.
jkash1776 Wrote: Jun 25, 2012 2:09 AM
Nick, I'm part of the pro life movement. Those who are pro choice but believe it's murder, that I've met, believe that it is murder, but think that taking away that right from the woman is wrong. It is her body as well as the baby's and she ultimately has final rights.

That is how I understand it.
But I do not understand the rationale behind it at all. Last I checked none of us thought murder was a good thing to do, ever.

For decades, Democrats have had success in portraying Republicans as being a party of older white males. They have often portrayed us as insensitive to the needs of our weakest citizens – most notably women and children. Recently, President Obama played the latter card as he announced a new policy on illegal immigration. He predicated his announcement of amnesty for the children of illegal aliens by saying we are a “better nation” than one that deports innocent children. For a moment, I thought he said we were a “better nation” than one that aborts innocent children. Unfortunately, I was mistaken.