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Discussion in 'News' started by xZippyShroom, May 8, 2019.
Then what does that make you?
Bored by your inane shit
Then pack your shit up and leave.
Yeah I'll jump right onto following your advice.
Think he's using b.aya code to say he wants you to 'pack' his 'shit'
i just vomited
I'm glad I could help u there
Georgia will split from the rest of the US and become the most white incest-ridden state
If I remember correctly, some pastor recently got a light sentence for raping/molesting a 14-year-old because the judge felt like the pastor was a "good Christian man". Not sure if that was in Georgia,
Shit site but https://metro.co.uk/2019/05/13/pastor-raped-daughter-14-gets-light-prison-sentence-man-god-9515582/
They might need to be educated about what a 'condom' is. It sounds foreign to them.
Everybody knows what a condom is; men just prefer not to use them.
There are many trade offs in life. Maturity is coming to terms with that.
Is that why you're always having a bitchfest with @scumhook?
Is this something your dad told you before you bit the pillow?
No, he's wrestling with wanting to be sexually dominated by a man while stuffing Twinkies in his fat face and crying "I'm sorry mummy"
So when do you want it? how deep should I give it to ya?...Oh yeah make an appointment and a proper examination will tell me how penetrating thorough it all should be for ya
By the numbers alone spit-bubble blower.
Plus, what's the real numbers on tard babies aborted? Do you know, or are you once again making an unsupported generalization to support your retarded view of the world? It's safe to presume the latter.
B4 RAPE BEBES!!! WHAT ABOUT THE RAPE BEBES!! The number of bebes aborted due to rape or incest (don't know why they separate them, isn't it also rape?) is less than 15K per year.
That's less than 20% of one month's worth of abortions at the height of aborted bebes in 95.
And less than 28% of one month's worth of abortion at 2017's numbers.
I think those are special cases and have to be treated with extreme care.
Again, thank your mom for not aborting her tard-baby, you.
It's not about forcing women to raise children.
It's about making people understand that a child would/could/is a result of sexual activity.
If we had 58K people die in a year over anything it would be a national crisis. We have 58K+ dying every month and no one cares, because no/failed birth control. Wut?
You've really cultivated a reputation on this forum for being a compassionate man with a deep respect for the sanctity of human life.
I'm sure there's not some other reason you're suddenly against abortion.
Just because there's dust on your vagine doesn't mean there's dust on other's.
How about this educational lesson: If a dick spooges in your cunt, chances are you're gonna have a bebe.
No one is really "ready" to have kids. Even the rich and powerful are not immune to this. Take a look at all the fucked up rich and powerful kids. All that wealth and privilege and their kids are still fucked up beyond belief.
Odd how you treat abortion as a preference or lifestyle choice.
Yeah, like it's wrong. Pure and simple.
From 1973 to 1997, the CDC received data from all 50 states; however, beginning in 1998, some states did not report, including California.
The sizable drop in abortions between 1997 and 1998 (from 1,186,039 to 884,273) reflects the absence of data from those non-reporting states. The third column of the chart lists the annual percent of change based on the states reporting the previous year and provides the best big picture of abortion trends.
In 2014, several states, including California, Maryland, and New Hampshire - did not report abortions to the CDC. Based on other sources, the total number of abortions in those states in 2014 is approximately 188,000 - the majority occurring in California.
That puts the estimated number of U.S. abortions in 2015 closer to 826,199. However, the downward trend in the abortion numbers continues, even with this adjustment.
The crime is conspiracy. Take a deep breath and think about what you said for a moment.
Some background on the infamous SCOTUS ruling.
In June 1969, 21-year-old Norma McCorvey discovered she was pregnant with her third child. She returned to Dallas, Texas, where friends advised her to assert falsely that she had been raped in order to obtain a legal abortion (with the understanding that Texas law allowed abortion in cases of rape and incest). However, this scheme failed because there was no police report documenting the alleged rape.
She attempted to obtain an Illegal abortion, but found that the unauthorized facility had been closed down by the police.
McCorvey was no longer claiming her pregnancy was a result of rape, and later acknowledged that she had lied about having been raped.
So basically the SCOTUS said if someone claims a crime, the state is powerless to investigate it because it violates the victim's privacy and specifically to only a woman wanting an abortion.
Imagine if this same type of "reasoning" was applied to other crimes.
-- Oh I was brutally assaulted and left crippled. I deserve disability payments.
-- State: Where's the police report, we'll have to verify your claims. And you dont' appear to be crippled.
-- That's a violation of my privacy you NAZI SCUM!! I THOUGHT THIS WAS AMERICA!!
No it's true. Roe v. Wade was how the liberals/progressives pushed through the "right to kill a fetus."
Roe v. Wade, legal case in which the U.S. Supreme Court on January 22, 1973, ruled (7–2) that unduly restrictive state regulation of abortion is unconstitutional. In a majority opinion written by Justice Harry A. Blackmun, the court held that a set of Texas statutes criminalizing abortion in most instances violated a woman’s constitutional right of privacy, which it found to be implicit in the liberty guarantee of the due process clause of the Fourteenth Amendment (“…nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law”).
This is how the left perverts the ruling.
A 1973 U.S. Supreme Court case, Roe v. Wade, affirmed that access to safe and legal abortion is a constitutional right. But with senators confirming extreme conservatives to lifetime positions on the federal courts — including the Supreme Court — Roe v. Wade is at risk like never before.
Roe v. Wade was decided by the Supreme Court on January 22, 1973. Today, 73% of Americans don’t want to see Roe v. Wade overturned.
The data is clear: Despite attacks on our rights, Americans support Roe v. Wade and the constitutional right to access abortion.
The Roe v. Wade was an argument about right to privacy not abortion.
Roe received significant criticism in the legal community, with the decision being widely seen as an extreme form of judicial activism. In a highly cited 1973 article in the Yale Law Journal, the American legal scholar John Hart Ely criticized Roe as a decision that "is not constitutional law and gives almost no sense of an obligation to try to be." Ely added: "What is frightening about Roe is that this super-protected right is not inferable from the language of the Constitution, the framers’ thinking respecting the specific problem in issue, any general value derivable from the provisions they included, or the nation's governmental structure." Professor Laurence Tribe had similar thoughts: "One of the most curious things about Roe is that, behind its own verbal smokescreen, the substantive judgment on which it rests is nowhere to be found."
1. Leave all thoughts of my nethers out of ur dementia rattled head.
2. Those lessons exist, but not alot of kids are taught that in sex Ed. Combined with peer pressure n hormones n u have a recipe for teen pregnancy. Teaching kids the alternatives to unprotected sex,and how to use protection, has a much much higher rate of success than abstinence only education.
3. You're right, no one is totally ready to face Parenthood. It's scary, wonderful, exciting and overwhelming. But the stress and risks to a new mother and a new tiny BBY are much higher to those who are economically disadvantaged. Mitigating those fears and providing resources to parents possibly facing that stuff would alleviate alot of the desire for many underpriviledged women who seek abortions. This is where pro-life, faith based organizations sometimes fall short. They're quick to villify a person for having unprotected sex and seeking an abortion, but they don't always accept the reality these ppl are facing, and don't provide those supportive alternatives, like affordable childcare, help for the new mom, support systems, health n wellness checks, etc etc.
Alot of good can be done there, we just gotta stop screaming at each other n really sit down n fix this.
4. I don't treat it as a lifestyle choice, I treat it as a very sad medical procedure. I don't want anyone to have to go thru that if it can be prevented. But the world isn't perfect.
Lol focus on that family.
That's the same organization that says spouses trapped in domestic abuse situations should stick with their spouse n pray that God will make it better, instead of seeking safer options.
I'm religious af but God don't want that.
Killing the unborn is wrong
Killing people already born is a-ok
How is it you confuse two completely separate things and somehow equate them?
Fuck you're not smart enough to be a painter, much less an RN.
Assault is a crime. Spousal abuse is a crime.
You are an idiot.
That depends on the crime the born committed. There is a thing called due process. The tried and sentenced have to go through it.
What crime did the unborn commit? What due process was followed for the fetus?
Again, thank your mother for not aborting you, her tard-bebe.