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  1. Lewreader

    Lewreader said, over 5 years ago

    Pro-Choice! Choose unprotected selfish pleasure. Choose to live with the consequences Choose to drive without a seat belt and no insurance. Choose to have tax payers pay.

  2. Andragogue

    Andragogue GoComics PRO Member said, over 5 years ago

    Or just let Lewreader make all you choices for you. ;-)

  3. Yukoneric

    Yukoneric said, over 5 years ago

    Well, go WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE, then…………………..

  4. grayland gal

    grayland gal GoComics PRO Member said, over 5 years ago

    Oh, crammit! You don’t decide for me, and I don’t decide for you, deal?

    Why has it never occurred to anyone that Dean Martin had the answer: “You’re Nobody ‘Til Somebody Loves You.”

  5. Badto Thebone

    Badto Thebone said, over 5 years ago

    Anti-Abortion! I run your life, not you. I choose what you can do, but will not help you at all. If the child is born I will not help the child at all. It’s what I want.

  6. DjGuardian

    DjGuardian said, over 5 years ago

    All I have to say is…. PS3.

    I’m glad I went back to cell 2. I had missed “We’re big Mothers” the first time.

    All I heard in my head after that was “…shut yo mouf!”

    I know, it’s an obscure reference. Outside of a 70s reference I don’t know where it came from. Maybe Samuel L Jackson?

  7. DjGuardian

    DjGuardian said, over 5 years ago

    Interesting premise Harley. First time I’ve seen that argument before. Very interesting.

  8. Br'er Jonathan

    Br'er Jonathan said, over 5 years ago

    Okay, I’ll toss my two cents in. Pro-life v. Pro-choice? That particular dichotomy does not exist. I, for one, believe that abortion is wrong in MOST cases. Therefore, I have made a solemn covenant with God to never have one! Abortion should NOT be illegal, nor should women be coerced either way. Give ‘em the facts & let ‘em make an informed decision. My moral reasoning is mine & your moral reasoning is yours. End of list.

  9. aircraft-engineer

    aircraft-engineer said, over 5 years ago

    taxpayers don’t pay for abortion - that’s a popular misconception (not a pun) Hyde prohibits it - public funding is PROHIBITED - educate yourselves and get off your mistaken horse.

    While I consider letting the little head do the thinking for the big head (a hormone issue) I say that unprotected sex demonstrates abrogation of responsibility of the dancers of the bedspring boogie. “Fail safe birth control” is not a preferred option, but I’m not FEMALE and I don’t get a vote in the decision. Some are vehemently against RU-486. I have no idea WHY since the end result is to prevent what would have resulted in either contraception or abortion (depending on elapsed time). The CHURCH (whichever church, doesn’t matter) needs to stay out of this decision. It’s between a WOMAN and her medical provider. In the case of “morning after pill” it’s HER decision and HERS ALONE.

  10. mardou2

    mardou2 said, over 5 years ago

    Why don’t pro-lifers admit they think just HUMAN life is sacred? If it’s another animal, hunt it, eat it, poison it, kill it . If it is in your car’s way or eats your garden or causes any inconvenience. You aren’t pro-life unless you’re pro ALL life. Otherwise you are a speciest.

  11. aircraft-engineer

    aircraft-engineer said, over 5 years ago

    so mardou - what about PLANTS? They aren’t “alive”?

  12. DjGuardian

    DjGuardian said, over 5 years ago

    @ engineer - I believe where the argument that tax payers are paying for abortion comes into play is in two places.

    First, the gov’t sends tax dollars to the largest abortion clinic in the nation, Planned Parenthood. Now it does come with the express notation that that particular money cannot be used to provide abortions. Though, there isn’t really anyway to ensure that occurs… the better and more common argument is that the gov’t frees up money to be used for abortions that wouldn’t otherwise be available.

    So to relate it to something else. Say you give money to a guy who’s begging and give it under the expressed requirement it not be used for drugs, cigs or alcohol. He agrees. He then goes and buys some alcohol. You confront his action and then shows you the money you gave him… see, he kept his agreement. But your gift simply freed up other money he had already to waste on alcohol.

    The second prime argument relates to ObamaCare. There was claimed to be a provision that covered abortions, or at least for certain reasons, under the new HealthCare bill… though I’m pretty certain it’s no longer there if it was even there before.

    There is also a third argument I heard a couple times where in the gov’t is funding abortions taking place in other countries… or something to that effect. But to be fair, I know nothing on the issue to make a defense or acknowledgment of the claim.

  13. sottwell

    sottwell said, over 5 years ago

    Helen Keller was not born deaf; it was a side effect of a childhood illness.

  14. MisngNOLA

    MisngNOLA said, over 5 years ago

    I’m not against abortion, I just think it’s a really expensive, stupid, and lazy means of contraception. Of course, raising an unwanted child or even a wanted child for those who don’t abrogate that responsibility as well is pretty expensive too.

  15. Darryl Rearson

    Darryl Rearson GoComics PRO Member said, over 5 years ago

    Surfstuff55, I hope you are not contemplating suicide. But, you just argued that your life is worth nothing.

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