PL vs. PC not on same level?

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PL vs. PC not on same level?
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Wed, 02-06-2008 - 12:45am

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Registered: 10-17-2006
Wed, 02-06-2008 - 1:20am

Hi :)

 

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Registered: 01-07-2007
Wed, 02-06-2008 - 8:03am

Hello!


I myself am pro-choice and not in any way shape or from pro abortion and I think you'll be hard pressed to find any pc who is pro abortion.

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Registered: 04-15-2006
Wed, 02-06-2008 - 12:26pm

I'm PC as well.

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Registered: 03-26-2003
Wed, 02-06-2008 - 1:00pm

Most prolifer's are for both the mother and the baby, but if it's a choice between the mother's life and the baby's, most would say to save the mother.


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Wed, 02-06-2008 - 2:33pm

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Registered: 06-17-2007
Wed, 02-06-2008 - 2:54pm

"The title of the real hot topic should be pro-abortion, anti-abortion."

No, it shouldn't. Saying that people are pro-abortion is like saying that I'm pro-arthroscopy. My husband has a rare knee condition that requires him to have surgery every now and then. I bugged him for about a year to go back to his orthopedic surgeon because he was having a lot of pain with it and probably needs to have the sinovium cleaned out. He's got a consult in March now. Does that mean that I like this surgery and think everyone should have one? Of course not. But he needs one to feel better and have more mobility. Sure, he could just decide he didn't want one and wouldn't get one, but that wouldn't make his situation any better. He doesn't like the surgery and neither do I, and the prospect of him being of limited mobility for a few weeks when we have an infant is not appealing to me either. But it hurts him to walk long distances or stand for a long time, and the surgery has proven to help this considerably.




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Registered: 07-13-2007
Wed, 02-06-2008 - 2:55pm

>>MY POINT if its not clear:

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Registered: 02-15-2005
Wed, 02-06-2008 - 4:39pm

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I'm confused. Are you of a religion (you've never specified which sect you are a part of) that says you can't have antibiotics, blood transfusions, chemo, etc.? If not, if you've given control of your body to God, then do you intervene with medications, or is it Thy Will Be Done in ALL things?


And the being subject to the governments part...do you believe that God planted you in the USA? Or do you have the free will to live in whatever country you want to, under which ever form of


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Registered: 10-17-2006
Wed, 02-06-2008 - 5:21pm

~The only thing that would keep me from keeping my unborn child is if my own death was imminent due to the life of the child.~

 

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Registered: 07-13-2007
Wed, 02-06-2008 - 10:22pm
>>I'm confused. Are you of a religion (you've never specified which sect you are a part of) that says you can't have antibiotics, blood transfusions, chemo, etc.? If not, if you've given control of your body to God, then do you intervene with medications, or is it Thy Will Be Done in ALL things?

And the being subject to the governments part...do you believe that God planted you in the USA? Or do you have the free will to live in whatever country you want to, under which ever form of

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