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  • #31
    Pro-abortion is Anti-Woman

    Only "republicanchick" could argue that by the government taking away a woman's right to make choices concerning her own body is somehow in her best interests. This would appear to contradict the basic principles of conservatism.

    American women have a higher abortion rate than most other modern democracies in the world were abortion is also available.

    "Republicanchick" and ProLife supporters would be doing women and their cause a favor if they were to investigate as to what social measures could be implimented that would encourage (no force) women to choose full term pregnancies.

    The real question should be as to why they haven't been active in this area already?

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    • #32
      Originally posted by jgarden View Post
      Pro-abortion is Anti-Woman

      Only "republicanchick" could argue that by the government taking away a woman's right to make choices concerning her own body is somehow in her best interests. ?
      this is all I read and probably all I will read, knowing how shallow you are and malice ridden and etc... etc..

      just thought I would point out that the baby has his/her own body...

      true story




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      • #33
        Originally posted by republicanchick View Post


        this is all I read and probably all I will read, knowing how shallow you are and malice ridden and etc... etc..

        just thought I would point out that the baby has his/her own body...

        true story

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        forum (definition in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary)

        - A meeting or medium where ideas and views on a particular issue can be exchanged:
        ‘we hope these pages act as a forum for debate’

        - An Internet site where users can post comments about a particular issue or topic and reply to other users' postings; a message board.

        - A public square or marketplace used for judicial and other business.

        Origin
        Late Middle English: from Latin, literally 'what is out of doors', originally denoting an enclosure surrounding a house; related to fores '(outside) door'
        Apparently "republicanchick" is of the opinion that anyone with an opinion that doesn't conform with her particular worldview are "shallow" and malice "ridden."

        This is the Forum area of TheologyOnline.com. - "a meeting or medium where ideas and views on a particular issue can be exchanged.

        If "republicanchick" is not prepared to have her ideas and views challenged, perhaps she should give "forums" a wide berth - may I suggest "The Cigar Lounge!"
        Last edited by jgarden; August 10th, 2015, 03:38 PM.

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