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  1. Wraithkin commented on Glenn McCoy 1 day ago

    Ahab, first trimester is 12 weeks or less. Children cannot feel pain at 12 weeks. At 20+ (the gestational period PP is using to harvest these organs), they can feel pain. And as such, they can feel every agonizing moment that the “doctors” are carving them up like Thanksgiving turkey.

    What a lot of you need to realize is it’s not the organ harvesting that’s the issue; it’s HOW those organs are harvested. If the doctors showed any form of compassion, any sense of morality, there wouldn’t be any of this outrage.

    For instance, if they first snipped the umbilical cord (tied it off) and then euthanized the child with a neurotoxin (I hate to use this analogy) like putting them to sleep, then there wouldn’t be nearly as much anger about it.

    I know I would be much more forgiving if they did it with an ounce of compassion. But they don’t. They kill the child by crushing it to death. Would you want to die that way? I’m pretty certain the answer is no.

  2. Wraithkin commented on Glenn McCoy 1 day ago

    So let me get this straight. Liberals are excusing Hillary’s outright lies because Fox lies? If Fox lies, they are wrong. If Trump lies, he is wrong. And if Hillary lies, she is wrong. Is that such a difficult concept to grasp?

    I’m noticing a disturbing trend. It wasn’t Obama’s fault, it was Bush’s. Then it wasn’t Obama’s fault, it was the Republican Congress. It wasn’t Hillary’s fault, it was a spontaneous riot that got out of hand. It isn’t Hillary’s fault, it’s Fox News’ fault.

    Do you guys take responsibility for anything?? Obama owns this crappy economy after 6-1/2 years of tampering, tinkering, and coercing us into a stagnant growth. Hillary is responsible for Benghazi because she failed to take appropriate measures to protect our ambassador. Hillary is responsible for telling lies, because she lied. Stop using someone else as a foil and accept that she is a horrible candidate with no professional or personal moral backbone.

    Is it so hard to admit that she screwed up? What’s so hard about it? Does that not calculate in your brain housing units?

  3. Wraithkin commented on Mike Lester 1 day ago

    Okay, the point I was making is back in the 60’s when he was born, they used terms based on his skin. “Black” or “Negro” were the terms used to describe a child of his melanin persuasion. It had nothing to do with the country of origin. Get your heads out of the sand.

    If you have his “real” birth certificate, show it. Link it. Because the one I saw that was purported to be his “real” one was clearly a fake because they didn’t use that racial designation when he was born.

  4. Wraithkin commented on Mike Lester 2 days ago

    You mean his “Real” birth certificate that lists his race as “African American?” Yet, that term wasn’t used until over 10 years after he was born. So tell me, how is the “real” birth certificate that was released to us is genuine if it’s using a term that wasn’t even invented yet?

  5. Wraithkin commented on Dana Summers 6 days ago

    To make my point, here is a perfect example of the kinds of chains they wear in Cuba. Why is there no liberal outrage over this? Why is any liberal covering for Obama when this goes on?

    I have to laugh, because the vast majority of liberals believe conservatives wage a “war on women,” and yet are strangely silent when these kinds of events go on. War on women my rear end.

  6. Wraithkin commented on Dana Summers 6 days ago

    Those chains they experience in Cuba are the kind that prevent any speaking out against your government, or speaking out for women’s rights. I am appalled you don’t know that already.

  7. Wraithkin commented on Glenn McCoy 6 days ago

  8. Wraithkin commented on Lisa Benson 6 days ago

    See, this I like. While we may agree or disagree on the points, you and I agree that Trump (the blowhard) has appeal simply because he’s not sugar-coating things. It would be a refreshing trend to have candidates who speak openly and plainly.

    A lot of people groused about Walker “not having an opinion” on things like gay marriage. I think that’s political speak for, “I don’t care.” People should be allowed to not care about issues. If our government is supposed to be of the people, then the candidates should be as close to real human beings as possible.

    And trout, I think you may be misunderstanding many conservatives’ concerns surrounding the 1st amendment. We take issue with SELECTIVE application of the 1st amendment. If one group can say hate speech and be protected by the 1st amendment (blacks against whites), then the reverse should be true. But it’s not.

    “The beatings shall continue until morale improves.”

  9. Wraithkin commented on Dana Summers 6 days ago

    Those are the chains of oppression that prevent free speech.

  10. Wraithkin commented on Glenn McCoy 6 days ago

    So… by your very definition, that means at as early as 5 weeks a fetus is a human. My general rule I apply is, “Can the creature feel pain?” If the answer is yes, then you need to treat it (whatever it is) humanely until it actively does something to remove that protection (such as murder, rape, pedophilia, etc).

    After 16-20 weeks, according to a variety of sources, a baby can feel pain. That means they feel everything that is being done by these monsters. That’s why so many conservatives (like Walker) are either trying or successfully banned 20-week abortions.

    Just look at it this way: We give more consideration for pain to inmates on death row than we do for unborn children. How is that fair to the child? You wouldn’t crush a dog to kill it, and you wouldn’t remove organs while the dog is still alive. So why would you do it to an unborn child that can feel the very same pain?