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chadau79
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re: How Is Protecting The Life Of The Innocent A "Radical" Belief?


I can't even drive around without a seatbelt! Why can the govt tell me what to do with my body?





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cwill
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If anything, giving legal approval to terminate innocent life through abortion is completely radical. The culture of death seems to have taken a strong hold on many Americans. Sad state affairs when protecting life is viewed as extremism.


Your like a Prohibitionist still bitching about the repeal of the Volstead Act and wondering why people think you're an out of touch loom. The culture has left you behind. Catch up or keep losing national elections.






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Patrick_Bateman
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I can't even drive around without a seatbelt!

I disagree with the seatbelt law too, but that's beside the point. Generally, the only limitations of the government on what you do with your body is when you harm/endanger others with your actions.
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Why can the govt tell me what to do with my body?

Generally, they can't. Unless you put other people at risk - which, in my opinion, is the case with abortion.

By the way, you can still choose whether or not to have a baby. You can choose among all the following options if you don't want to have a baby: sterilization, abstinence, contraception, birth control, and whether or not to let your partner inseminate you. ETA: Or all of the above!, just to be extra safe.



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chadau79
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Just pointing out that the govt tells people what they can do with their body all of time. See the FDA, tobacco, seat belt laws, Bloombergs drink law, etc.





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mdomingue
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re: How Is Protecting The Life Of The Innocent A "Radical" Belief?


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Because what gives you the right to sell another person what she can do with her body?


I take it your looking at it from the perspective of the mother.

On another note, there is no way to win these arguments logically because a logical argument requires an agreed upon set of assumptions. Since the sides disagree on the issue of when a fetus is considered a human life with the rights inherent therein, emotional arguments must follow.

Makes for interesting reading though. And for the record - I'm anti-abortion. Figure that's a better way to state it since I have found few people on either side of the argument who are truly anti-life or anti-choice.






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chadau79
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I was anti-abortion as well, but I figure if we have to live with it then we ought to at least enjoy the benefits. Look at all of the tax dollars we are saving by not having to pay for some of these people. Call it natural selection if it helps you stomach it.





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Projectpat
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Your like a Prohibitionist still bitching about the repeal of the Volstead Act and wondering why people think you're an out of touch loom


Drinking alcohol = baby murder. Ok.






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CaptainBrannigan
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re: How Is Protecting The Life Of The Innocent A "Radical" Belief?


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I can't even drive around without a seatbelt! Why can the govt tell me what to do with my body?


Well those are local laws. There are no federal seatbelt laws. Another instance where conservatives mash local, state, and federal into one entity known as THE government.

And f seatbelt laws. I got pulled over in Auburn once for going 15 mph without a seatbelt. My airbag does not even depoly at that speed. And f Auburn cops also.






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ljhog
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How Is Protecting The Life Of The Innocent A "Radical" Belief?

Simple. A complete lack of morals is the new normal.






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kingbob
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Because women are irrational and many are stupid enough to believe that it is not a life that they are killing.





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RandySavage
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It takes a truly souless person to believe that murders are happening and do nothing.


I guess you see Eric Robert Rudolph as a true American hero then.






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RandySavage
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Your like a Prohibitionist still bitching about the repeal of the Volstead Act and wondering why people think you're an out of touch loom. The culture has left you behind. Catch up or keep losing national elections.


You people are seriously pathetic. How do you get to the point where you justify killing a living human in order to win an election.

The point that the culture has "left behind" people with morals is the entire problem.






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McLemore
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re: How Is Protecting The Life Of The Innocent A "Radical" Belief?


Why do people think it's bad? It's either the functional equivalent of removing a herpes sore or it's homicide of some sort in all but extreme cases (I can fashion a logical life of mother provision).

If it's not a life until birth, and it's not a limb, organ, appendage or other female body part, then it's a parasitic organism that no one should feel bad about removing if she wants.






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austingator
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Abortion is a despicable act.

But this is "all about me" society.

9 months is just too fricking inconvenient.






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catholictigerfan
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A two day old fertilized cell is not a child. It doesn't have a soul.



I find it funny that you would mention the fact that it will eventually have a soul I guess that's what your getting at.






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kingbob
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When does it cease to be a "parasitic organism" and suddenly become a "human life"? It's either always a life and always murder or murder is just ok as long is it's not born yet.





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catholictigerfan
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i don't get the parasite thing the women actually is benefited by a pregnancy in the long run it is natural for her to have a child. Both are positively affected by the relationship therefore not a parasite.





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Patrick_Bateman
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9 months is just too fricking inconvenient.

Solution: Don't get pregnant. Problem solved.






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VOR
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re: How Is Protecting The Life Of The Innocent A "Radical" Belief?


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When does it cease to be a "parasitic organism" and suddenly become a "human life"? It's either always a life and always murder or murder is just ok as long is it's not born yet.


Sorry, you're wrong.






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Roaad
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america has been desensitized to death






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