Common Sense Al wrote:
JKTex wrote:People that support a woman's right of choice, all of a sudden are cheering for abortions in your twisted world rather than what it really is, supportive of the right to make a choice, period.
Please quote where I said people were cheering for abortions in my "twisted world"... oh you can't.
Now who is living in their own world?
But don't worry, it's certainty not the first time people have made stuff up and claimed that it came from me.
By the way, I would have never thought of you as a pro-abortion* liberal... but maybe you are? Wow... JKTex a liberal! *When I say pro-abortion, it means pro-abortion for anyone who wants one, which means they should be able to get one.
It's what you imply when you contrast your views with others. You have no room for anyone else to think or feel any different, and focus on your King mentality that you get to make all the decisions. Some people aren't on the same level as you as they don't feel it's their place to mandate what others do.
Pro choice is simple, it's being supportive of a woman's right to choose what's best for her, not me, or you. I don't have the right to tell a woman what do do with her body or what beliefs to have. I may not agree with either, but it's not my place to dictate.
You try to drag people with opposing views down to your level. That tends to be what radical anti-abortion folks try to do because they don't have an argument without an opponent which you have to fabricate. Bill's little speech is great for getting people like you jumping up and down cheering. Me? He lost me in the first few words. Most of it is rhetoric and radical BS designed for pamphlets and billboards.
And please, another lame tactic of the street prancing protestors is casting a giant blanket over several issues. Using examples like a person walking, eating, sleeping and pooping is weak and childish, because you can't support your position any other way.
We all have rights, and as much as you want to take them away from women, they have rights too. Hopefully, if god forbid any women ends up in the position of having to make a decision about terminating a pregnancy, she'll have support and council including family, spiritual and medical, to make the choice that is right for the situation.
I don't give a rats butt what anyone else thinks and I think my position is clear and without having to mince words or bob and weave fabricating debate like some of you love to do.
I think I've probably stirred the poster carrying, power mongers enough for now. I'm done here.
Go ahead Al, get in the last shot, I know you want to so it's all yours!
"We must reject the idea that every time a law's broken, society is guilty rather than the lawbreaker. It is time to restore the American precept that each individual is accountable for his actions." - Ronald Reagan