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    Re: Judge stops Oklahoma abortion law

    Quote Originally Posted by snbl11225 View Post
    My understanding is that the doctors DON"T have to tell the mother/parents that there unborn child has medical problems and cannot be sued for with holding the information. That to me is wrong. In fact, it is the part of the law that is most worrisome to me. I do not have a problem with the ultrasound if it is handled appropriately and not use as information and not as a battering weapon against the mother. When it sanity going to reamerge among our law making bodies and our citizenry.
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    Re: Judge stops Oklahoma abortion law

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    Has their state legislature been totally overrun by the far-right?
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    Re: Judge stops Oklahoma abortion law

    This law seems to fit the conservative profile and I'm glad it's been at least stalled.

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    Re: Judge stops Oklahoma abortion law

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    His point was that Republicans are exactly the same. Conservatives LOVE big government. They just oppose it when it is something they don't agree with.

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    Re: Judge stops Oklahoma abortion law

    Quote Originally Posted by hazlnut View Post
    Um... sorry, counselor, but Roe v Wade is not a "law"...
    I was using the phrase in the same way others have. Nice try attempting to cast me as ignorant, but as with most of your comments, you fail.

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    Re: Judge stops Oklahoma abortion law

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    I am pretty sure Television and beer drinking hats would fall under the first amendment under free speech. Popsicles on the other hand could probably be banned seeing how some areas ban certain foods and certain food ingredients.
    Then are you going by which things are named specifically or which things fall under general categories in the constitution?

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    Re: Judge stops Oklahoma abortion law

    I am completely against this court ruling, the law should have passed with no worries. Shame on that judge. Why not have an ultrasound procedure first? It would show a woman that her "clump of cells" if a living person and has a right to life. Abortion just needs to be completely outlawed already, there is no "woman's" right to murder a child in her womb. What about the right of the unborn child?
    Last edited by digsbe; 05-05-10 at 02:08 PM.

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    Re: Judge stops Oklahoma abortion law

    Quote Originally Posted by digsbe View Post
    I am completely against this court ruling,
    It wasn't even a ruling. It was a purely procedural, temporary order. Jeez, people.
    "Yes I read the 9th [amendment]. It doesn't say **** about abortion." -Jamesrage

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    Re: Judge stops Oklahoma abortion law

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    It basically means that certain listed (edenumerate) rights shall not be used to deny rights retained by the people.
    Yes.

    And...

    Think it through.
    Last edited by misterman; 05-05-10 at 02:16 PM.
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    Re: Judge stops Oklahoma abortion law

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    I am pretty sure Television and beer drinking hats would fall under the first amendment under free speech. Popsicles on the other hand could probably be banned seeing how some areas ban certain foods and certain food ingredients.
    Beer drinking hats is free speech?

    What a liberal judicial activist you are today.
    "Yes I read the 9th [amendment]. It doesn't say **** about abortion." -Jamesrage

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