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Old 08-22-2012, 01:40 AM
 
Location: Bay Area, CA
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The claims that the information is "biased" or false is the terminology used by that pro-abortion group to further their agenda. In other words - they are not objective. The text of the bills doesn't use such negative terms - nor is the information biased or false. That organization appears to be against such laws because the information might cause a woman to choose not to have an abortion.
You're just drawing unfounded conclusions & seeing things as you wish, in order to suit your agenda... but to those of us with unbiased eyes, it's clear those proposals are NOT encouraging freedom of choice or full disclosure. They are passively-aggressively pushing women in one direction, by imposing forced ultrasounds, waiting periods, and distribution of false information. I cannot argue with somebody who refuses to see the truth, but if that's your only "evidence" my earlier comments stand. Gizmo out.
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Old 08-22-2012, 01:56 AM
 
Location: Los Angeles
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It's funny, I've heard of Pro-choice, but never Pro-abortion, is this a new thing you just pulled out of your rear?
Global Warming became Climate Change
Socialism/Communism became Progressive
The party of slavery became the party fighting for social justice
The Party of Lincoln became the Party of Racists
Reagan has been rebranded a Liberal

Is it a stretch? Really?

Choice is just a nicer term for the truth.

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You're just drawing unfounded conclusions & seeing things as you wish, in order to suit your agenda... but to those of us with unbiased eyes, it's clear those proposals are NOT encouraging freedom of choice or full disclosure. They are passively-aggressively pushing women in one direction, by imposing forced ultrasounds, waiting periods, and distribution of false information. I cannot argue with somebody who refuses to see the truth, but if that's your only "evidence" my earlier comments stand. Gizmo out.
Unbiased... add that one to the above list^^^
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Old 08-22-2012, 09:32 AM
 
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It's funny, I've heard of Pro-choice, but never Pro-abortion, is this a new thing you just pulled out of your rear?

Actualy Im pro abortion Dont have a problem with federal funds paying for em either. Im also pro death penalty.
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Old 08-22-2012, 07:56 PM
 
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Global Warming became Climate Change
Socialism/Communism became Progressive
The party of slavery became the party fighting for social justice
The Party of Lincoln became the Party of Racists
Reagan has been rebranded a Liberal
You can be for a women having a choice, and think abortion is a terrible thing. I think that's the case with most pro-choice people. So, your examples aren't really in line with what this is.
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Old 08-22-2012, 08:02 PM
 
Location: The Nanny State of MD
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A politician who is pro-abortion (okay to kill defenseless babies) but anti-war (cannot kill a soldier who is trying to kill you) just doesn't seem to make sense. Where is the logic in that?

Discuss.
Seriously? Were you under the misconception that there was logic in politics? Really?

Don't get me wrong, I agree that's completely illogical. Just clearing that up for you^^^^.
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