Question for my fellow pro-lifers....

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    Why don't we wish to make our voices heard as loudly as those who are pro-murder? I mean, their ignorant evil cries are drowning us out guys.

    Why don't we rally in front of the White House and show our support for Bush and his policies.

    We used to, what happened?

    We cannot afford to be silent about this.
     
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    pro-murder? please. why don't you make a bid to bring back the scarlet letter as well. :rolleyes:
     
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    Bush may be pro life, but his policies aren't.

    You are a little off base on this.
     
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    A lot of Reps are pro-choice and pro stem cell research----hopefully the party will not alienate these voters---gotta fine line to walk here
     
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    (shrug)

    Nobody wants to 'listen' - that's probably why we aren't more vocal.
     
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    If Scott Peterson can be tried for double-murder, his terminology fits.

    ;)
     
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    not exactly. the death of a baby as a result of the death of the mother is in no way related to the issue he brings up.
     
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    It IS related - Since Connor Peterson is valid as a PERSON, killing him is MURDER. The VERY sad thing is, up until RIGHT BEFORE (weeks?) her death, Lacy could have decided to have Connor killed and nobody would have raised an eyebrow.

    Child dies, but the mother concents = considered a 'choice'

    Child dies, but the mother does not concent= 'murder'


    weird, eh?
     
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    I agree with you in this instance simply because laci was so close to delivering. anything after the first 2-3 months should be considered murder with the exception of risk of life.
     
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    Wel, I guess this thread belongs to you two now....:rolleyes:
     

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