In response to miscricket's comment:
In response to skeeter20's comment:
I haven't heard from any women who have been raped, and are pregnant IN THIS FORUM. You are distoriting things just like your hero Obama.
You are welcome to your opinion, as I am mine. Sorry I err on the side of thinking things through versus jumping right into the liberal lie "our bodies, ourselves". They are treating you, as women, like animals.
I am glad you typed slowly. Maybe it gave you time to think about the other life in this nasty problem, the unborn. I am simply asking for that life to be considered as well, and to not expect that life to pay for the sins of the father, and to be offered as a sacrifice for the mother. Not such an unreasonable position to consider, to consider, outside of massachusetts. Only asking that you consider it, and you paint me as a an ogre. I'll take it that as evidence that you haven't (or won't) consider other opinions generated outside of the Planned Parenthood thought bubble.
How do you know that..? Do you really think a woman would broadcast such a personal thing on an anonymous political discussion forum..?? Do you really need her to?? Do you know any women at all skeeter...any..?
You are correct that you are entitled to your opinion. What you are not entitled to is to push your opinion on others ..especially women..as the law of the land. If you don't understand how hurtful and insulting Mourdock's comments are to women who have been raped..then you are more ignorant than I could have imagined.
The decision whether to go through with any pregnancy resulting from a rape is personal, painful and none of ANYONE'S business..especially the government.
How am I pushing my opinion on others? Someone puts forth the opinion that the unborn should be killed in the case of rape, I say perhaps, perhaps they should not. How is that pushing my opinion on others?
this is the problem with the left. Only your opinions are valid, only your opinions count. All other opinions are pushing opinions on others, as if your opinions don't do the same thing.
I have yet to see you respond to the opionion of the woman I did post, a survivor of the attempt to eliminate her inconvenient life. Can you reconcile her life, that she lives and breathes, walks amoung us, with your militant view that the unborn as a product of rape need to be killed?
I ask you to examine her testimony not becasue I think it will change your mind, I have no illusions about that, but to get you to at least consider the consequences of your philosophy. here is someone who triumphed, personally, against your philosophy. so, I ask you, seeing she escaped your radical proposition, theat the unbornas aproduct of rape shoudl be killed, what should we do with her now?
I will tell you this: The decision is very perosnal to her, as you claim the same for the mother. Just asking that you consider their may be another valid opinion on this.