To L White 1158 a.m. Oct. 19, 2012Her name was Debbie. She was my
husband's cousin. Today she is one of the people who do not have a voice.
She should have terminated her pregnancy, but she did not. The pregnancy killed
her. I find it so very arrogant that people try to tell women how to conduct
their pregnancies, what choices they have to make, and how to live their lives.
@L white Only those whose mothers didn't go to planned
parenthood are alive to debate the issue.Alright for starters when
you use a lie to make your case you loose credibility, something I have pointed
out to you before. Abortion is only a very small part of what planned parenthood
does, the vast majority of what they do actually supports your goal of women
having healthy children. Again something that has been pointed out to you
before. As your definition of when "life" begins and there
fore constitutes "destroying" a life is purely your own political
hyperbole and not one shared by the medical community. Which once again renders
your argument mot.
Abortion is a no-brainer. The easiest way to silence the opposition is to
destroy them before they are born.Only those who were not aborted
have a voice. Only those whose mothers thought that life was more important
than anything else are alive to vote on this issue. Only those whose mothers
didn't go to planned parenthood are alive to debate the issue.I
find it so very arrogant that the living tell us that that who were destroyed
and who are now dead are immaterial.