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    Re: Should be "pro-choice" be renamed to "anti-life"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Guerrilla View Post
    Which may or may not be odd because I feel most similar to you 2, than any other in the same political ideology as I.

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    Re: Should be "pro-choice" be renamed to "anti-life"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Redress View Post
    I had a skipper in the navy, bright guy, and his comment one day on the topic that is largely true: "it all boils down to at what point does it go from being a mass of cells that are part of a woman, to being a person with rights. Carried to an extreme, I have a sock under my rack that is full of millions of dead babies."
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    Re: Should be "pro-choice" be renamed to "anti-life"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Redress View Post
    Your 2? You are lumping me in with CC? You know, this means war.
    I don't think the 3 of us could actually enter a room, the coming together of pure awesome would cause the universe to explode.
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    Re: Should be "pro-choice" be renamed to "anti-life"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Guerrilla View Post
    Which may or may not be odd because I feel most similar to you 2
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    Re: Should be "pro-choice" be renamed to "anti-life"?

    Quote Originally Posted by X Factor View Post
    It makes more sense to me to be pro-choice if you don't believe there are any moral implications to the act. If you do believe it to be immoral, then how can you support others having a right to do it? Do you also believe people have the right to abuse their children even if it's something you yourself would never do?
    Some would say that mere spanking a child for misbehaving is abuse but i myself do not. Should those same people be fighting to make it illegal for me to spank my child? While we are at it, let's just make contraception illegal....and how bout sex before marriage....and it goes on and on and on...

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    Re: Should be "pro-choice" be renamed to "anti-life"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Alfons View Post
    The opponents of abortion are "pro-life", but to call pro-abortion movement as "pro-choice" is not true and misleading because abortion is a murder, the womans have the right to know that in reality the supporters of abortions are "anti-life",but not fine, nice, fluffy-bunny and politically correct "pro-choice". Do you agree with, please vote.
    God, I don't even support arbortion to any significant degree, but this is just ridiculous. The pro-choice stance has nothing to do with a desire to end lives. The desire to kill babies is not what drives one to be pro-choice. It's about the choice.

    To me that is very different from calling someone who is pro-life "anti-abortion." It would be more like calling them anti-women or anti-freedom. But of course, most rationale pro-lifers aren't anti-choice, they simply believe choices are made when couples choose to have sex.

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    Re: Should be "pro-choice" be renamed to "anti-life"?

    Quote Originally Posted by lovetosing4678 View Post
    So in the previous example of "forcing a mother to give birth in a case where it kills her?" If the mother dies, is the baby a murderer. Should we put the baby in jail for murdering her own mother? I wont even go into the difference between a fetus becomes a baby and my opinion on when one becomes the other, but I don't think the government should decide what a woman can do to her own body.
    The baby is a human being immediately after conception, no one mother is allow to decide whether it will be killed or not.
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    Re: Should be "pro-choice" be renamed to "anti-life"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Your Star View Post
    I disagree completely, I consider myself pro-life personally, and pro-choice with regards to the legal aspect of it. Morally I don't agree with abortion, but I don't think it should be illegal either.
    Sorry, but IMHO a murder must be always illegal, in all cases!
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    Re: Should be "pro-choice" be renamed to "anti-life"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Your Star View Post
    Pro-choice, my choice is pro-life. I'll let other people make their own choice.
    In other words to allow murder.
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    Re: Should be "pro-choice" be renamed to "anti-life"?

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainCourtesy View Post
    Except it's not murder, but I suspect that you do not know the definition of murder, anyhow.
    A murder is killing of a human, a baby is a human after its first minutes after conception.
    Rom 6:23:For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.

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