This Holy Hand Grenade's a Dud

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Mythtology and superstition

Mythology and superstition still seemed to have a hold on the US, other nations laugh at those idiots.

OleBlue's picture
Posted by OleBlue on 11 May 2006 - 4:23am
Death Roe Survivor

On January 22, 1973, The United States Supreme Court legalized abortion on demand. The decision is called Roe vs. Wade. We call it Death Roe. About one fourth of our generation has already been wiped out, and the executions continue at the rate of over 3000 a day. If you were born after that date, you are one of the unchosen.You are a Death Roe Survivor. Read what this generation believes about abortion at:

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Carol's picture
Posted by Carol (not verified) on 11 May 2006 - 8:03am
Where do your stats come from?

I was wondering where you got this rate of 3000 abortions per day. The only stats I can find are from the CDC listing in 2002 854K legal abortions in the US, which divided by 365 days is a little over 2300 per day. 3000 per day would be around 1.1Mil per year, which would be almost a 30% increase from 2002.

So is this a real statistic or did you just make it up to sensationalize your view point?

Ryan's picture
Posted by Ryan (not verified) on 15 May 2006 - 8:05am
EC and studies

Seems the only mythology here is some Brit's writing about a truly American situation, and undocumented "double blind" studies proving her religious belief of non-life at conception. Please cite just ONE such study to back up what is a patently mendacious falsehood.

None? The scientific proof of so-called EC being abortifacient has been verified by credible sources for decades, such as the Medical Letter and the very professional (not meant for lay people) inserts that come with not only Plan B, but also all other so-called oral "contraceptives" falsely advertized as such, but actually abortifacients AT LEAST 2-20% of the time.

Anton Slomsek's picture
Posted by Anton Slomsek (not verified) on 11 May 2006 - 11:14am
Yadda yadda
Please cite just ONE such study to back up what is a patently mendacious falsehood.

The package insert for Plan B predates the latest research, and because of their methodology, the studies cited are the most credible ones to date. If you had bothered to click on the link, you'd have understood that.

Or perhaps not.

moiv's picture
Posted by moiv on 11 May 2006 - 7:07pm
Your "credible sources" differ with the government

But don't let the facts get in the way of your opinion, Anton. You have a right to your delusions.

media girl's picture
Posted by media girl on 11 May 2006 - 5:15pm
Judie Brown

Well, if I had to face marriage to Judie Brown, I'd ALSO think chastity was the best choice.

TrackerNeil's picture
Posted by TrackerNeil (not verified) on 17 May 2006 - 6:03pm