Maui_sunset Nov 7, 2012 | posted by Vanessa Wasta | | 3 comments VN:F [1.9.17_1161]please wait...Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes cast) Share This Post « Celebrating a Life…One Heart at a Time 3 Comments Bremm November 30, 2012 @ 2:52 pm the stuff was just fine for you? I rest my case.FWIW, I buried my own moehtr who died of metastasized breast cancer. She never had an abortion, nor AFAIK did she ever take HRT.”Brind, et al have taken a politically unpopular stand against the scientistic feminist religion….”Brind’s stand is extremely popular with the “right to life” religion, which actually IS a religion. It’s darned near fetus-idolatry, with icons and everything.The problem with this religion is that it won’t leave non-believers alone.”… which refuses to look at outcomes.”How many children grow up fatherless and in poverty because their moehtrs couldn’t manage to get an abortion, or were scared away from it by propaganda such as the above? Why is it wrong to take whatever consequences upon yourself alone instead of bringing a helpless child into it?It’s easy to argue against abortion from your position; pregnancy is no worry for you. Norma McCorvey (“Jane Roe”) changed her position after she was safe, too.”So is the abortion racket. If it weren’t so tainted, why wouldn’t family docs just perform that simple little procedure?”Oh, let’s see:- Because state law requires abortions to be performed in special facilities, or even a hospital.- Because state law requires specialized equipment on hand.- Because good medical practice requires expertise and recurrent training.- Because performing abortions is a good way to get picketed, facilities firebombed, personally harassed or even killed by “pro-life” zealots.And as long as you’re talking about taints, why won’t some pharmacists dispense emergency birth control or even regular BC pills? Who made it THEIR business to decide what medicines a woman should be able to get? Why do they make it HARD for a woman who is trying to never have to decide about abortion?You write about the intolerance of Islam; the same intolerance is directed at doctors who perform abortions by people who are (for mysterious reasons) nevertheless widely recognized as Christians. Nobody calls them mullahs or their edicts fatwas, but the comparison is apt.”To compare it with another social policy we had rammed down our throats, look at Moynihan’s report. Here we are, a generation down the road from what he predicted. All his warnings were ridiculed and they came true.”That was a governmental policy backed up by police power (dwellings of AFDC recipients inspected to be sure there were no men in residence!) and financed by the taxpayer. The relevance of the welfare example to personal decisions paid for with individual’s money is what, exactly? Reply Tsunekazu June 10, 2013 @ 10:35 pm No parent would ever winlilgly put their children in danger so here are some useful tips on buying car seats to help you find the perfect one for your needs. Reply Sharmila September 29, 2013 @ 4:39 am Abby,When you were pro-abortion, did you ever meet Father Thomas Eutenuer? I figured he may have been on the other side of the fence more than once, since he did a lot of terialvng to fight for the ever-worthy cause of LIFE! If you met him, what did you think of him then, and what do you think of him now, since you are pro-life? I have kept him often in my prayers, since the scandal broke regarding him. God willing, we need his strong, uncompromising voice to return to the fight.Mary, Mother of Priests, pray for us!God Bless you and thank you for all the good you are doing to fight for truth!-Dawn Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.