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Abortion and Rape

VickyD4Liberty Wrote: Aug 23, 2012 12:41 PM
We are not a democracy.
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Abortion and Rape

VickyD4Liberty Wrote: Aug 23, 2012 12:40 PM
So for you, medical fact is irrelevant if the person telling it to you does not have a PHD?
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Abortion and Rape

VickyD4Liberty Wrote: Aug 23, 2012 12:35 PM
W#hat do you mean 'what was the real language? I was referring to the second definition for a medical procedure which I posted above, coming from the free dictionary on line. Whether or not someone debates what something is, which in this case is a human fetus, does not change the fact that it is a human fetus. The debate comes as a result of the cognitive dissonance needed to justify the killing of a developing life.
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Abortion and Rape

VickyD4Liberty Wrote: Aug 23, 2012 12:16 PM
medical procedure - a procedure employed by medical or dental practitioners - a medical procedure involving an incision with instruments; performed to repair damage or arrest disease in a living body; By the first definition abortion is in most cases a medical procedure, and if the child is defined as damage or a disease than it fits the second definition as well. whether or not something is a medical procedure has no bearing on whether or not it is murder, and abortion is ALWAYS murder.
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Abortion and Rape

VickyD4Liberty Wrote: Aug 23, 2012 11:33 AM
there has never been a cause where it is medically safer to Abort a child, rather than have it. This is a logical fallacy and shows the lack of understand of both, the process of abortion, and it's effects on female anatomy. It is far more damaging to have a developing life that is connected to your uterine wall ripped from it's protective sack and sucked out of your vaginal canal. Rather than to carry that fetus to term, and then allow for the change in your body to make way for the delivery of that fetus, through a process that your body was designed to undergo when faced with said circumstances.
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Abortion and Rape

VickyD4Liberty Wrote: Aug 23, 2012 11:22 AM
Aside from that, abortion is a Eugenics tool, and the statistical proof is shown in the fact that 52 % of Black babies that are conceived are never born, and that, of the 13 % that is the black US population, makes up nearly 40 % of those receiving abortions.
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Abortion and Rape

VickyD4Liberty Wrote: Aug 23, 2012 11:20 AM
It's amazing to me the logic used to justify the slaughter of a great majority of our next generation. We give reasons ranging from rape, to inconvenience, to financial deficiency. Look, if a person is willing to carry the result of their (in most cases), decision to reproduce, there are plenty of government programs, or private ones, that will help with this process. Whether the mother wants to take care of the baby after she has it, is really the only viable option for a society that has morals, or any sort of mental acumen. The truth is, we want to equalize the sexes, therefore the possible outcome for a woman at a chance sexual encounter must be on a level playing field with that of her male counterpart.
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Abortion and Rape

VickyD4Liberty Wrote: Aug 23, 2012 10:58 AM
Because then he can dismiss the idea of abortion being murder because, after all, people who believe in Jesus, or just irrational and want to 'impose' their 'rhetoric' on other people.
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November's Choices

VickyD4Liberty Wrote: Aug 17, 2012 1:32 PM
continued, other reason than to 'ensure' that our civil rights are granted, and then try to say that Republicans are wrong for wanting big government. Whereas you are correct about Republicans, you seem to fail to see the fact that both parties function in this same way. Both candidates are funded by the same Corporate Elitist heads, and we will get the same thing either way. Global Governance. The only difference is the amount of time it takes to establish it.
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November's Choices

VickyD4Liberty Wrote: Aug 17, 2012 1:22 PM
Second, have you any understanding of the difference between civil and natural rights? One is 'naturally given to you by your Creator, the other is whatever thew state allows you to have. You wrote "Unlike republican politicians, Obama has the sense not to want the government in people's bedrooms trying to deny civil rights to gay people and even persecute them." What the hell are you talking about? Do you really think that Civil rights are more important than Natural rights? You must if you would bring the topic up, while simultaneously stating that "" Obama has done far less to endanger freedom in America than any republican president in our time." You say essentially that the Government should be in every aspect of our lives, if for no
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November's Choices

VickyD4Liberty Wrote: Aug 17, 2012 12:57 PM
Wow, what you wrote is such a scatterbrained misconception, it will be tricky, but I'm going to try to address each misinformed topic. First of all, you said " Obama has done far less to endanger freedom in America than any republican president in our time." Are you aware of NDAA? That is the National Defense Authorization act that was signed into law on December 31st of last year by Obama. Written by senators Levin and McCain. Do you understand that it was the current president's administration that insisted that section 1021, be left in worded exactly as it is, with regard to the possible indefinite detention of any US citizen anywhere in the world? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-SEG46ln63w
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