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October 11, 2004



I'll have a cup with you! A friend of mine said it this way: "The day a sperm and an egg is fertilized and she gives birth to a watermelon - then I'll be for abortion". Just the facts, sir, just the facts.


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"No, the reason I believe that life begins at conception is because any other definition of when life begins is arbitrary."

Perhaps not arbitrary but rather subjective and based upon man's determination and definition of life.


Can we say, Right Wing Conservative Fundementalist Christian? (RWCFC) It use to be a mystery to me how you guys were so against social programs that helped the hungry, sick, homeless, and used what political power you had to 'protect familes' by keeping homosexuals from getting rights, or women wanting abortions. Actually these are fairly bloodless abstract concepts that you have little actual contact with. It's like the Kansas City chapter of 'Save the Whales'. It doesn't make sense as I have read the Bible. You guys-(I am really trying to not be a jerk in saying this, it just seems true) alway go with the Power: a strong decesive leader regardless if he plunges us into an unneeded and now very suspect war. Power over humanity everytime because humanity in its weakness sickens you. ,General statements I hear about rising medicare, 47% of the population without a health care plan, homelessness, etc.. is 'they made that choice' -we can't help the goverment has taken over that role, and other HYPOCRICTICAL statements. Come on now. We're watching you and you show so very little of the spiritual life, it seems just all cultural. The world is burning and you construct a new church, put in a Latte bar, send a 'missionary' to a country chock a block full of Christians, and if anything other than that it is just the exception proving the rule. Argue away about how many angels can stand on the head of a pin, or just exactly when the fetus is alive. It pretty much adds up to the same thing.


Thanks for stopping in, Dave, and leaving no way to respond to you... I guess you don't want to hear a response, eh? Rather not hear how some of us feel about "compassionate" left wing "Christians" who are more interested in socialism than actually doing something constructive that helps people? Some (read MOST) of our churches DON'T have latte bars, you know. And some of us don't believe that taking money away from Americans who have earned it and using the Federal government to redistribute wealth to those who feel they are "entitled" to it is the best way to show Christ's love.

Oh, and do tell, how do YOU feel about abortion? Is it against YOUR religious beliefs?

Oh that's right, YOU won't be back to tell us. Because all YOU care about is spewing your LIBERAL hatred on me and my readers and moving on. I bet you found me doing a word search for hypocricy, didn't you? Why don't you try being a real human being and having a constructive exchange of views instead of being a troll? Hmm?


I like what you said but another sad possiblity exists when we extrapolate abortion and our current world view.

"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness...." this is from the Declaration of Independence and if the courts can declare the unborn, who are endowed by their Creator-not their parents-with inalienable rights, they are capable of taking the rights away from anyone. The Jews found that out in Germany 1938. Furthermore, the law is supposed to protect those who not capable of protecting themselves, to offer a measure of protection against those who would take advantage of the mentally or physically infirm, the elderly, the children. It evens extends itself to the protection of the majority from the tyranny of the minority; but somehow, with the stroke of a pen, the most vulnerable of us all are denied the rights that they are entitled to. The unborn are defenceless and I know God weeps for them.

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