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Alito confirmed - Legal abortion will soon be history



 
 
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Old February 10th 06, 04:09 AM posted to talk.abortion,alt.child-support
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"The Chief Instigator" wrote in message
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"lab~rat :-)" writes:

On 08 Feb 2006 02:04:17 -0600, The Chief Instigator
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Shawn Hirn wrote:
In article ,
"lab~rat :-)" wrote:


What about a man's right to his offspring?


Men get short shrift in that area in divorce proceedings, but up

until
birth, there is no offspring for a man to have any authority over.
Pregnancy is entirely the domain of women. Any involvement by a man

in a
woman's pregnancy is at that woman's complete discretion. After the
birth takes place, the situation changes quite a bit.


This is the problem with this debate. The abortion activists will not
even research WHAT the human conceptus is. Saying there is no offspring
until birth is dishonest, at best. An embryo is DEFINED as offspring in
an early stage of development. Or it is often defined as YOUNG.


The only questions worth debating are what age/stage of development do
we value a humans life? Do we value a humans life for simply being
human, and not for what characteristics or abilities they have.


An embryonic human is a very young human. This is a FACT...learn about
this and then try and debate the issue.


When you can pull your head out and admit that unless it's your fetus,

it's
none of your business - and properly the business of the woman who's

pregnant

What if I'm the father?


Then, you'd better actually discuss it with her...and she's under no legal
obligation to you to choose to bear the child, if she doesn't want to.


Yet he's under a legal obligation to pay her money for her choice if she
DOES choose to bear it. Makes sense to me.........


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Patrick "The Chief Instigator" Humphrey ) Houston, Texas
chiefinstigator.us.tt/aeros.php (TCI's 2005-06 Houston Aeros)
LAST GAME: Houston 3, Milwaukee 2 (February 7)
NEXT GAME: Friday, February 10 at Manchester, 6:35



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Old February 10th 06, 09:09 PM posted to talk.abortion,alt.child-support
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Default Alito confirmed - Legal abortion will soon be history

"Chris" writes:

"The Chief Instigator" wrote in message
...
"lab~rat :-)" writes:


On 08 Feb 2006 02:04:17 -0600, The Chief Instigator
puked:


writes:


Shawn Hirn wrote:
In article ,
"lab~rat :-)" wrote:


What about a man's right to his offspring?


Men get short shrift in that area in divorce proceedings, but up until
birth, there is no offspring for a man to have any authority over.
Pregnancy is entirely the domain of women. Any involvement by a man in
a woman's pregnancy is at that woman's complete discretion. After the
birth takes place, the situation changes quite a bit.


This is the problem with this debate. The abortion activists will not
even research WHAT the human conceptus is. Saying there is no offspring
until birth is dishonest, at best. An embryo is DEFINED as offspring in
an early stage of development. Or it is often defined as YOUNG.


The only questions worth debating are what age/stage of development do
we value a humans life? Do we value a humans life for simply being
human, and not for what characteristics or abilities they have.


An embryonic human is a very young human. This is a FACT...learn about
this and then try and debate the issue.


When you can pull your head out and admit that unless it's your fetus,
it's none of your business - and properly the business of the woman who's
pregnant


What if I'm the father?


Then, you'd better actually discuss it with her...and she's under no legal
obligation to you to choose to bear the child, if she doesn't want to.


Yet he's under a legal obligation to pay her money for her choice if she
DOES choose to bear it. Makes sense to me.........


That would be between you and her...and given your attitude, maybe it's best
that you avoid women in general.

--
Patrick "The Chief Instigator" Humphrey ) Houston, Texas
chiefinstigator.us.tt/aeros.php (TCI's 2005-06 Houston Aeros)
LAST GAME: Houston 3, Milwaukee 2 (February 7)
NEXT GAME: Friday, February 10 at Manchester, 6:35
 




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