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MSNBC Host: Thank God and Country Abortion Was There to Save Me

Wallac Wrote: Jan 28, 2013 2:07 PM
I'm for freedom, except to choose what I do with my body, I need the government to tell me. I'm for small government, except when it comes to contraceptive; I really need the government intervention. I'm for small government, except when it comes to who I can marry; I really need the government intervention. I'm against all abortion, under any circumstances, except people who are not human, or real (white) you know like aliens. I'm against all abortion, under any circumstances, but once the child is born, I do want one dime of my tax dollars going to assistant service or healthcare if they need it, we must look out for future generations.
SwimwareIsMe Wrote: Jan 28, 2013 2:15 PM
1. You mean pay for it
2. You can marry whoever you want. You just might not have government sponsorship for your choice.
3. See #1
4. Strawman
scrow Wrote: Jan 28, 2013 2:11 PM
Well, it's good to hear your opinion on the matter. Pity it doesn't reflect anybody here, and seems to be made up of talking points concerning imaginary people.
Wallac Wrote: Jan 28, 2013 2:30 PM
People like, Santorum, Michelle Bachman, Sarah Palin, and TeaPartier across the country.

Are you saying you are not for small government, you would not support a bill that ban gay married? Are you saying that you don't agree that employers should decide employees health benefits, based upon the religion of the employer?

Am I to understand you don't mind your tax dollar being spent on "Welfare" and Food stamp programs for the poor with children they could not abort?

We're used to MSNBC's Toure saying outlandish things, but his latest commentary in celebration of the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade is by far the worst. During a segment last week, Toure went on what he called an abortion rant in which he thanked God and country abortion was there to "save him" at a time when taking care of a baby and becoming a father would have been inconvenient for him. He also refers to abortion as a "safety net."