McCain vs Health of the Mother


7 comments posted
Unborn children deserve to be protected

Instead of sending unborn children to be killed by babykilling abortionists, they should be protected in the same manner as one protects born children.

Don Spitz's picture
Posted by Don Spitz (not verified) on 25 January 2006 - 11:24am
We will send them to you

Write your address and telephone number and all babies born to mother's who don't want them can send them to you. Also write dowm your credit card and insurance numbers so all pregnant woman can use them during their pregnancy.

How's that.

If you want to play God then fucking pay for it.

postdated's picture
Posted by postdated (not verified) on 25 January 2006 - 12:04pm

If a baby is ill or requires sustenance from another person, nobody is ever required to give of their blood, marrow, life energy. Yet you would force women to go through pregancies -- which are not free of risk -- and give of their life energy, their nutrition, their bodies, their mental states, their employment, their lives to satisfy your thumbnail culture of death morality? You would force women to create life? You would have the government sieze control of human breeding?

Your demands are unconvincing. Show me that a box of cake mix is in fact a cake and I'll consider equating a zygote with a baby.

media girl's picture
Posted by media girl on 25 January 2006 - 1:15pm
LOL... always fun to trade screed for screed

Attention! little recruit: Here is what is surfacing with this latest version of a ''Southern Strategy'', more noble cause crap than anyone can swallow, but strangely they do...

y'alls got Dixie, Dixie Land on your minds. Ante-bellum gracious living...

[S]outhern Senators in Congress recognized clearly that having an unprotected class of people around, meant that they and their constituents could do another family-destroying activity, enslave white women. Abolitionists objected to their moral depravity.

Southerners' actions to enslave white women became an issue during the 1850 Fugitive Slave Act debate, when southern senators were expressing their fear of honest Northern states' rights laws ("personal liberty laws") and courts giving jury trials to accused slaves. Southern Senators, on behalf of their constitutents, wanted to be able to enslave white women with impunity.

They also feared arrests of slave-catchers under anti-kidnaping laws in Northern states. Such laws and others upholding habeas corpus for accused slaves, were called "personal liberty laws."

Southern senators deemed southern and federal courts amenable to enslaving white women, but feared northern states' rights pro-liberty laws, and northern juries. Examples were cited in the debate, Cong Globe, 31st Cong, I Sess, App, 1586 (19 Aug 1850), but of course, only examples of white women succeeding in getting review. [snip]

And you are using the fetus to do it.

Marisacat's picture
Posted by Marisacat on 25 January 2006 - 1:17pm
Oh, now this is interesting

Amazing how you try to claim a moral position when you apparently advocate murder of post-born humans.

media girl's picture
Posted by media girl on 25 January 2006 - 1:25pm