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MoveOn.org: 'The GOP Wants to Take Women Back to the Back Alley'

nomorehopeandchange Wrote: Sep 01, 2012 10:13 PM
You know what Caveat I hope you never ever have children because murder is not okay. And if you want to murder your own child every month or two I thankfully don't have to live with your decisions. You are a whiny, bratty coward who wants everyone else to take responsibility for your loose, loveless, meaningless relationships. It's Saturday night. Why aren't you out getting laid? Perhaps because nobody wants anyone who won't be responsible. By the way I have a house payment and even though I am the one who signed the loan and said I'd make the payments. You should be making them for me. You're a real piece of work without class or standard.
Cuban Peete Wrote: Sep 02, 2012 2:13 PM
Sure, lower taxes and ease regulations on businesses and individuals. Likewise, keep those cold, hard, sharp metal objects off the body of a growing human inside the womb.
Caveat emptor Wrote: Sep 01, 2012 10:21 PM
I'm asking conservatives to keep government off my back and out of my business. I'm asking Conservatives to keep government respecting my property right over my own body.

If government wants to save the life of the fetus, once it's out of my body, that is its prerogative, I might even go so far as to say its obligation.

This is getting ridiculous.

First, the DNC turns into a giant pro-choice rally. Now, MoveOn.org is out with a disgusting, fear-mongering attack ad about how the GOP will take women back to the era of back-alley abortions. Not only is it utterly offensive and completely off-point from voters' concerns, it conflates Mitt Romney's personal position on the issue with the GOP platform, so it's misleading, too. 

Nevermind the moral debate about abortion -- although you can find a great perspective on the pro-life cause here --...