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  • #76
    Originally posted by quip View Post
    The right to murder is not being debated morally, constitutionally nor practically.....so your answer is an astounding 'no'.

    Likewise a 'no' to your next urge in response.
    Ummmmm

    Abortion is murder

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    • #77
      Originally posted by ok doser View Post
      Ummmmm

      Abortion is murder


      You're as predictable as thick.
      _/\_

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      • #78
        Originally posted by quip View Post


        You're as predictable as thick.
        Well this is fun isn't it?

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        • #79
          Originally posted by Arthur Brain View Post
          Well, that was a nice rant signifying nothing...




          See what I mean!?
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          • #80
            Originally posted by quip View Post
            You seem unwilling to weigh the pros and cons. Seems you've reached a kneejerk conclusion in search of a justification.
            I am the one who is supporting a solution, and that solution is the wall.

            The Dems have no solution and all they want to do is to obstruct any solution which others might come up with.

            Those are the pros and cons and I have indeed weighed them. Have you?

            Do you favor Trump's plan or are you willing to let the evil at the border continue for the rest of Trump's term in office in the hope that the Dems will win and do it their way?

            Tell us what you think is the best solution.

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            • #81
              Originally posted by Clete View Post


              See what I mean!?
              Sure, you're one of the most reasonable posters on this forum who so very rarely posts in a fit of pique at all...

              Well this is fun isn't it?

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              • #82
                Originally posted by Jerry Shugart View Post
                I am the one who is supporting a solution, and that solution is the wall.

                The Dems have no solution and all they want to do is to obstruct any solution which others might come up with.

                Those are the pros and cons and I have indeed weighed them. Have you?

                Do you favor Trump's plan or are you willing to let the evil at the border continue for the rest of Trump's term in office in the hope that the Dems will win and do it their way?

                Tell us what you think is the best solution.
                I don't presume to know the best solution until I study all the pertinent facts. I was hoping to glean some info on the issue you raised...but you seem to have concluded upon the overall issue by your own undisclosed methods, however biased and limited those may appear.
                _/\_

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                • #83
                  Originally posted by quip View Post
                  The right to murder is not being debated morally, constitutionally nor practically.....so your answer is an astounding 'no'.
                  So we agree that the underground (or "back alley") continuation of a criminalized activity, is not an argument for it to remain legal.
                  Your "catholic" is showing. - Sozo

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                  • #84
                    Originally posted by glassjester View Post
                    So we agree that the underground (or "back alley") continuation of a criminalized activity, is not an argument for it to remain legal.
                    No we don't. Such would hold under the rubric of women's safety/health; access i.e. practical considerations.
                    _/\_

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                    • #85
                      Originally posted by quip View Post
                      No we don't. Such would hold under the rubric of women's safety/health i.e. practical considerations.
                      For this administration, well being equates to jailing babies, toddlers and children in cages. I am fairly certain that safety and health comes in last on their list of priorities.
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                      • #86
                        Originally posted by quip View Post
                        No we don't. Such would hold under the rubric of women's safety/health; access i.e. practical considerations.
                        The mere fact that people will break a law, is an argument against making that law?

                        I don't see the logic, there.
                        Your "catholic" is showing. - Sozo

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                        • #87
                          Originally posted by Rusha View Post
                          For this administration,well being equals jailing babies, toddlers and children in cages, I am fairly certain that safety and health comes in last on their list of priorities.
                          Do you also think abortion should remain legal, just so people won't "have to" murder their babies in "back alleys" ?
                          Your "catholic" is showing. - Sozo

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                          • #88
                            Originally posted by glassjester View Post
                            The mere fact that people will break a law, is an argument against making that law?

                            I don't see the logic, there.
                            Then take your logical discourse to a deeper level.
                            _/\_

                            Christians: "I - a stranger and afraid - in a world I never made.." -- Houseman

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                            • #89
                              Originally posted by quip View Post
                              Then take your logical discourse to a deeper level.
                              lol - nice burn!
                              Your "catholic" is showing. - Sozo

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                              • #90
                                Originally posted by quip View Post
                                Then take your logical discourse to a deeper level.
                                People break every law, dude. Is that an argument against making any laws at all?
                                Your "catholic" is showing. - Sozo

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