Dim witted so-called Christians cannot tell the difference between supporting someone’s rights and actually supporting abortions. If the church wants to take a political stand it’s time to pay for that right in the form of taxes. Put up or shut up. Jay Ford Not so. He’s defending the right to choose. Am I in a bad mood bitch I might be tote bag. If a woman is faced with a choice and chooses not to have an abortion, she is exercising the very right that he is defending.
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Think deeper. It’s always been easier for the anti-choice folks to fold the separate issues together, but Austin is right. Jim Jo and how is that your business? Do you feel it’s appropriate for the general public to judge or have a say in your medical decisions? Harris Ouko The problem with the new Georgia law is that women who miscarry can also be charged! Miscarriage is the spontaneous loss of a pregnancy before the 20th week. About 10 to 20 percent of known pregnancies end in miscarriage. Am I in a bad mood bitch I might be tote bag. But the actual number is likely higher because many miscarriages occur so early in pregnancy that a woman doesn’t realize she’s pregnant be charged. Horrifying! Kelvin Pumulo you do know not all women who support abortion have had one right? Him being here doesn’t indicate his mother didn’t support abortion. That was wrong to deny him. No one In the church should be taking communion then because no one is perfect . One sin is no less a sin then the next. They will answer to the higher power for that. Tim Gillis two wrongs do not make a right well apparently that no longer stands for a certain group of people . But because the masses or many follow a particular way of behavior does not make that behavior right or good .