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410 weeks ago @ Cagle Post - Reproductive Rights an... · 0 replies · -3 points

This thread's getting long enough and I have a lot of work to do this weekend, so I'm bowing out. Enjoy your anal sex video, winston.
http://xkcd.com/386/

410 weeks ago @ Cagle Post - Reproductive Rights an... · 2 replies · -2 points

Your writing is poor and I'm having trouble understanding what you just said. We're talking CIVIC law, i.e. statutory law on whether abortion should be legal or illegal. Civic law is not concerned with whether someone is innocent or guilty in a spiritual sense. In a civic sense, the unborn are the MOST innocent among us, which means that they shouldn't be arbitrarily killed (or that anyone should be killed, if we follow your capital punishment argument). I don't get what contradiction you're seeing.

410 weeks ago @ Cagle Post - Reproductive Rights an... · 1 reply · -2 points

I'm sorry, do you know what happens to all the mutilated parts post-abortion? Enlighten me.

410 weeks ago @ Cagle Post - Reproductive Rights an... · 1 reply · -2 points

And slaves did not have the same rights as free peoples. Just because it's the law doesn't mean it's right. Don't let your imagination run away with you.

410 weeks ago @ Cagle Post - Reproductive Rights an... · 3 replies · -2 points

It's the responsibility of men AND women to be responsible. I've never suggested otherwise.

And whether abortion should be illegal or not is pretty dependent on whether an unborn child is considered a human being. Learned people disagree, so stop pretending like you have the sole position on reality.

410 weeks ago @ Cagle Post - Reproductive Rights an... · 3 replies · -1 points

"Throwing them in the trash" is not just Gosnell, it's most abortionists. That wasn't an "extreme" example and you chose to brush it off.

410 weeks ago @ Cagle Post - Reproductive Rights an... · 3 replies · -1 points

If I decide to shoot my neighbor, is it immoral not to let me make that decision?

410 weeks ago @ Cagle Post - Reproductive Rights an... · 1 reply · 0 points

It's CHANGED significantly, and may change more. Technology is getting better. My whole point is that viability as a standard is dependent on the technology available - a pretty fluid standard for something as important as whether we consider someone a human being.

410 weeks ago @ Cagle Post - Reproductive Rights an... · 1 reply · -1 points

I can't oppose anything that man has no control over. Miscarriages are accidents, abortions are intentional.

410 weeks ago @ Cagle Post - Reproductive Rights an... · 4 replies · -2 points

Except you do, with abortion.

Innocent as concerning civic law. They've not only not committed a crime, they have no opportunity to do so.