Re: Health care bill is it Socialism
posted at 12/8/2009 4:13 PM EST
In Response to Re: Health care bill is it Socialism
In Response to Re: Health care bill is it Socialism : Good thing it wasn't the in thing when you were born. it responsibility, it's a life. If you think its OK to kill life, I feel sorry for you ,not hatred. There have been Idiots on both sides of the argument. If it's growing then it's life, you can't give it any other spin, life is life it has DNA. A woman is protecting life in her womb. ( much ado about ---)? just don't f. Easy way let others pay your way. There are thousands of places to care for un-wed mothers, the reason 99.9% get aborted are mothers not married and want to marry later, not that they can't get help. All about them but like an alcoholic they always remember the life they took and regret. ask one sometime. I'm still paying for the killing in the healthcare bill. Note: get an abortion/not need one for their life. No ! my health care doesn't pay for abortion unless it's a life event.
Posted by chiefhowie
It's not a question of whether I think it's OK to kill life. I support the death penalty, and I support abortion rights. That's consistency for you. But what we're really talking about is "reproductive rights", and your naive request to "not eff" flies in the face of human history.
Some would have you believe that life is sacred. I think that's BS, because sanctity, like religion, is an artificial construct. But even if there was such a thing, it's not practiced consistently, otherwise, there would be no earthly justification for the killing of tens of thousands of Iraqis vs. the 3,000 or so 9/11 victims. There would also be no justification in allowing people to have as many kids as they want without regard to their welfare or the quality of their upbringing. Is that "responsibility" in your view? Is a child only a "blessing" until it becomes a ward of the state?
I said nothing about un-wed mothers, drawing no distinction, but I challenge your statistic of 99.9% - source, please.
And I did not give you permission to "feel sorry" for me. You know less than nothing about my life, so let's not make it personal.