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Robert1824 Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 4:06 PM
You think there would not have been any abortions if Roe v Wade had never happened ? Well, you're deluding yourself. In fact, there were countless ones before Roe, and there is absolutely no way to know how many . Roe v Wade was not the beginning of abortion in America. It was th eend of women dying from abortion here . If abortion ever becomes illegal again here, more and more women will die and leave children without mothers . Abortion won't end- it will just become much more dangerous to women .
Barbara3722 Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 12:30 AM
Anonymous11607 Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 7:26 PM
In reality, abortion was created by the federal government. It shifted the power of abortion laws from the states to the feds. It was initially intended to keep the black and hispanic population down, but it was really created by people in the eugenics movement. Sara Weddington, the lawyer for Roe (Norma Jean McCorvey) and Weddington's husband are both in the eugenics movement. Abortion overall is being used to reduce the world population, no many how many people it hurts or kills. I know... I've been researching this subject for 14 years.
Anonymous11607 Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 7:22 PM
Actually you're wrong. Prior to Roe and Doe, the best estimates were there were between 70,000-90,000 abortions, "legal" and illegal. As for women dying from back alley abortions, it wasn't the 5,000-10,000 that Bernard Nathanson testified to during Roe, but the estimate was around 300-400 per year. Nathanson confessed that in his first book. He wrote two books that I read years ago: "Aborting America" and "The Abortion Papers". That's where I recall the above numbers from (I may be off a little, but not much). Women continue to die from abortions to this day. Go to Mark Crutcher's website, Life Dynamics website in Denton, Texas. His people have been documenting the number of deaths of women killed by abortionists.
Anonymous11607 Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 7:18 PM
Actually you're wrong. Prior to Roe and Doe, the best estimates were there were between 70,000-90,000 abortions, "legal" and illegal. As for women dying from back alley abortions, it wasn't the 5,000-10,000 that Bernard Nathanson testified to during Roe, but the estimate was around 300-400 per year. Nathanson confessed that in his first book. He wrote two books that I read years ago: "Aborting America" and "The Abortion Papers". That's where I recall the above numbers from (I may be off a little, but not much). Women continue to die from abortions to this day.
Cepat2 Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 5:34 PM
So your argument is that we allow the killing of children to protect the children? Cognitive dissonance does not begin to describe your thought processes. But, here's an idea; let's just kill 22 people a week in Southside Chicago in order to prevent the weekly bloodbath caused by the murderers there. Would you agree with that? We'll call it the Chicago Murder Prevention Plan.

The spin on the women's health issue could give you whiplash. Nationally and in my home state of New York, there's a whole lot of manipulation going on.

The White House continues its unnecessary, perplexing attack on religious liberty in the United States. The administration's latest stance regarding the abortion-drug/contraception health-insurance mandate continues to violate the rights of religious employers who object to contributing to such things. That's why you see not only Catholics but also Protestants, among others, suing the federal government. Contrary to much of the media spin, this debate is not about access but freedom.

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