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    Re: Judge stops Oklahoma abortion law

    Quote Originally Posted by misterman View Post
    It wasn't even a ruling. It was a purely procedural, temporary order. Jeez, people.
    It was done in the name of ideology though. The court has decided to try and legislate and prevent a completely legal legislation from passing because it may change a woman's mind before she has an abortion. What about health reasons? Shouldn't the abortion "doctor" know the insides via ultrasound before he preforms his execution? One can argue that there are health reasons for allowing this and forcing it.

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    digsby: "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?"

    I agree with you digsby .. I find it interesting how these "so-smarties" who laud science and reason all of a sudden drop all of that and leap with all fours into their religious philosophy when examining the scientific / medical evidence/s that prove life in the womb .. very telling indeed

    since we have accepted the technology of the atom ..
    and have rejected the sermon on the mount ..
    we therefore have a society full of nuclear giants and ethical infants

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    Re: Judge stops Oklahoma abortion law

    Quote Originally Posted by digsbe View Post
    It was done in the name of ideology though.
    No it wasn't, and you have absolutely zero evidence that it was.

    The court has decided to try and legislate and prevent a completely legal legislation from passing because it may change a woman's mind before she has an abortion.
    No it hasn't.

    What about health reasons? Shouldn't the abortion "doctor" know the insides via ultrasound before he preforms his execution? One can argue that there are health reasons for allowing this and forcing it.
    And one will now have time to argue that - in her court - now that she's made time for the arguments.
    "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 misterman View Post
    No it wasn't, and you have absolutely zero evidence that it was.
    Yes it was, you have absolutely zero evidence that it wasn't. My opinion is that she legislated from the bench according to her ideology. I bet there is a 99% chance that she is a pro-choice woman.
    No it hasn't.
    Yes it has (again, your word verses mine)

    And one will now have time to argue that - in her court - now that she's made time for the arguments.
    She has tried to delay the legislative process. She may allow for arguments but I doubt she will be objective and actually let this completely legal law pass.

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    The eyes begin to develop early in the fourth week after conception.
    During this extremely critical week the esophagus, gallbladder, liver, lungs, pancreas, pharynx, stomach, and trachea also begin to form.
    And, toward the end of the week, the nose, tongue, and spleen also start to develop.

    At the average time when a woman is aware that she is pregnant
    (the fifth to sixth week after conception),
    the preborn human being living inside her is metabolizing nutrition, excreting waste, moving, sucking his or her thumb, growing, and doing many other things that non-living things just do not do.
    As early as 21 days after conception, the baby’s heart has begun to beat his or her own unique blood-type, often different than the mother’s.


    (Moore & Persaud, The Developing Human, p.310;
    Nilsson & Hamberger, A Child is Born, p.86; Rugh & Shettles,
    From Conception to Birth, p.217.)
    At 40 days after conception, brain waves can be read on an EEG, or an electroencephalogram.
    (Dr. H. Hamlin, Life or Death by EEG, JAMA, Oct.12, 1964, p.113.)

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    Re: Judge stops Oklahoma abortion law

    Quote Originally Posted by digsbe View Post
    Yes it was, you have absolutely zero evidence that it wasn't.
    Logical fallacy.

    Now, if you have evidence to back up your claim, present it, or withdraw your claim.

    My opinion is that she legislated from the bench according to her ideology. I bet there is a 99% chance that she is a pro-choice woman.
    That's your evidence? That it's your opinion, and you think there's a 99% chance?

    Just admit it - you're guessing, wildly.

    Yes it has (again, your word verses mine)
    No, not your word vs. mine. She hasn't. She hasn't ruled on anything regarding the merits of the case. All she did was make time for a hearing. Seriously, get real.

    She has tried to delay the legislative process. She may allow for arguments but I doubt she will be objective and actually let this completely legal law pass.
    You "doubt?"

    Hey, great. Doubt all you want. Don't pretend like you have a shred of evidence for anything.
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    Blood vessels start to form very early, about 13-18 days after fertilization. Then, on about the 20th day - nearly the end of the third week - the foundation of the brain, the spinal cord, and the entire nervous system is established.

    Biologically, from the moment of conception this new human being is not a part of the mother’s body. Since when does a mother’s body have male genitals, two brains, four kidneys? The preborn human being may be dependent upon the mother for nutrition, however, this does not diminish his or her humanity, but proves it. Moreover, dependence upon a parent for survival is not a capital crime.

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    Furthermore, that life is unquestionably human. A human being is a member of the species homo sapiens. Human beings are products of conception, which is when a human male sperm unites with a human female oocyte (egg). When humans procreate, they don’t make non-humans like slugs, monkeys, cactuses, bacteria, or any such thing. Emperically-verifiable proof is as close as your nearest abortion clinic: send a sample of an aborted fetus to a laboratory and have them test the DNA to see if its human or not.

    Genetically,
    a new human being comes into existence
    from the earliest moment of conception.

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    Gurich said her most significant personal accomplishment is her work in the Russian mission field of the United Methodist Church where she has assisted in medical missions, helped with Bible school for children, participated in Bible studies and worship services and given financial and spiritual support.
    Woman of the Year profile: Noma D. Gurich, J.D., Oklahoma County | Journal Record, The (Oklahoma City) | Find Articles at BNET

    Yeah, she's gotta be pro-choice, just because she's a woman.

    Oh, and she's an elected judge too.
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    Re: Judge stops Oklahoma abortion law

    Quote Originally Posted by misterman View Post
    Logical fallacy.

    Now, if you have evidence to back up your claim, present it, or withdraw your claim.
    My evidence is that her ruling was not just and logical. I present my claim that she is legislating from the bench and using a cop out excuse to try and prevent the passage of the bill. Show me the evidence that shows she is genuinely thinking rationally and not legislating from the bench.

    That's your evidence? That it's your opinion, and you think there's a 99% chance?

    Just admit it - you're guessing, wildly.
    I am guessing, it's called being sarchastic with numbers to make a point I wasn't making any kind of factual claim behind my number. My point is that she is most likely a pro-choice woman who wants to stall pro-life legislation.

    No, not your word vs. mine. She hasn't. She hasn't ruled on anything regarding the merits of the case. All she did was make time for a hearing. Seriously, get real.
    She made time for a hearing because she wants to stall this. Her reason for stalling is not logical or sound.

    You "doubt?"

    Hey, great. Doubt all you want. Don't pretend like you have a shred of evidence for anything.
    And you can do the same. You can't prove that she isn't legislating from the bench. Odds are that she is trying to prevent popular legislation from passing because she disagrees with it. Similar to the GOP threatening to bring lawsuits against Obama's passed healthcare bill. They use the legal process to try and overturn/stall legislation they don't agree with. This is my opinion, reject it or believe it. Personally I think this judge's reasons are absurd and I do believe she is just trying to stall and provide an opposition to this bill.

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