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    1. Nancy was going to have to abort; this mission was compromised

    2. He opened his mouth ready to shout her down and just as the words found his lips, the bus gave a great jerk forward, whiplashing Keogh in his seat and aborting his outburst

    3. I admire you, Kate, I know I’ve said it before, but a lot of women would have gone straight for an abortion and walked away without a backward look

    4. “I do, and for that reason I don’t think they would have aborted the Al-Harron’s mission

    5. she was so terribly happy that she’d found a man who loved her and when it all went pear-shaped, she hadn't the wherewithal to deal with the situation at all, not to mention the shame she clearly felt … and not only for the abortion

    6. I feel that his treatment of her, combined with her own innate shame, both at the awful abortion event and the discovery of her own sexuality, left her with no self-esteem at all

    7. What does she mean by that? 25 August … hang on, surely that wasn’t the day she had the abortion? Oh, how awful for her! Sounds as though she had more than an inkling about the seriousness of her condition though

    8. ‘It’s the anniversary of the abortion

    9. several aborted attempts, he eventually achieved a small

    10. 2) If eternal torment is true, it really means abortion is ultimately a good thing

    11. aborted in recent history

    12. with the pro-life movement are rightfully horrified by the pictures of aborted

    13. If millions of these aborted precious little ones

    14. That means if there is a choice of momentary pain for them (abortion) or

    15. eternal torture facing them, then abortion would be best

    16. What happens to aborted babies? I heard a preacher on the radio

    17. If that is so, abortionists

    18. complain if aborted babies bypass this life of carnal sinful flesh

    19. If eternal torment is true, then he is correct - abortion is best

    20. Her parents had forced her to have an abortion and flatly refused to permit her to marry the boy

    21. The abortion day had screwed his mind up completely

    22. In the continuing abortion controversy, those styling themselves as „pro choice" would be much more honest were they to style themselves as „pro abortion

    23. Compare that stance with that of Obama, who, while a state senator from the benighted state of Illinois, even voted against the law entitling new-born survivors of abortion to have life-support systems

    24. I had…an abortion

    25. Supreme Court decision striking down all state anti-abortion laws was recently repudiated by the lady known as Roe?

    26. Sounds somewhat akin to Obama"s voting against helping babies who have survived abortion to stay alive

    27. In one moment of callous stupidity, he had brought up the abortion and had asked her if it was since then that she had felt distant from him

    28. After all, it had been her choice to have the abortion

    29. They hadn’t made love since before the abortion

    30. Even the abortion hadn’t caused this kind of anger

    31. Like all herbs that have this effect, abortion may result so it is better to stay away from this herb during pregnancy

    32. “When the history of this abortion is written, I want our skirts clean

    33. Abortion, for example, has not only diminished us as a society, but undermined the very notion of our Humanity; that

    34. The litany of abuses predicated in the name of free expression, or proxy ―decisions‖ made on behalf of others who are unable to make informed decisions, are understood by the hordes of mentally ill people roaming the streets, who should be otherwise institutionalized for their own safety, if not for the safety of our society, for that matter, who remain on the streets, unable to properly care for themselves, mandated by civil rights organizations fearful that their rights may be jeopardized, people otherwise incapable of making a rational assessment of their own condition; not to mention conferring legitimacy to sexual deviancy in all its varieties that many of us have casually resigned ourselves to as ―simply‖ alternative lifestyles or championing (equal) protection under the law, that, in some instances, should call for censorship, or implausible assumptions regarding the ―unborn,‖ (Abortion) remanding millions of innocents to an early grave, a convenience for women fretting over their figures or professional careers, abetted by spineless politicians, who for expediency sake, continue advancing legislation denying them (―unborn‖) their own inalienable right to choose, had they the means, or encouraging a culture of death (Euthanasia) for the convenience of (the) would-be custodians of the terminally ill or perhaps to (simply) reduce the increasing costs of Healthcare, or the legalization of drugs because that too is a convenient alternative for a number of individuals who have seemingly lost the will to rid our society of rampant drug abuse and therefore justify such (hare-brained) schemes from the vantage point of opportunity savings or reduced social costs, or movements to eliminate God from the public consciousness lest society be reminded of its sins or perhaps because many of us have (conveniently) chosen to become our own gods

    35. Having recently read about the passage of partial birth (whatever that means) abortion in today‘s newspaper, I firmly envision a day when some undetermined grace period, a year or two, perhaps, will be extended to ―distraught‖ mothers who, unhappy with their

    36. I am certain that had it not been for well-organized grassroots efforts by Conservatives in support of Life, the ―Warren‖ Party would have jumped at the first opportunity to advance Abortion Rights long before the Democrats turned it into a campaign issue

    37. It leaders will need to provide comprehensive guidelines articulating its position on abortion, assisted suicide, affirmative action, civil rights, conservation, environmental and family issues, education and the death penalty, among a number of issues of immediate concern to many blue collar voters disheartened with ―business as usual‖ establishmentarians seated across both sides of the political aisle who seem to have forgotten the voters that elected them into public office or the reasons why they were elected to begin with

    38. A quick word about two separate issues: Gun Ownership and Abortion: Gun Ownership (in itself) does not constitute a determinate act against Society

    39. ) The same argument equally applies to an individual who is considering having an Abortion that should be otherwise perceived as the premeditated taking of a (human) life

    40. In this manner, the consummation of that action (Abortion) ceases to be a private matter, unlike Gun Ownership, that is not (unnecessarily) an unlawful act in itself, but the willful act of taking the life of another human being

    41. Addendum to the above: In which case, Abortion should be considered illegal! (Legalized) Gun Ownership, however, remains a topic open for discussion

    42. The EEC‘s Socialist Agenda has been constructed in a manner that seeks to eliminate (grassroots) autonomy altogether by gradually abolishing (national) social and cultural customs, imposing criminal sanctions against forms of behavior considered inappropriate or incompatible with standards of political correctness, superseding local political and legal authority with supranational (political) bodies and international courts, and (surprise!) imposing membership requirements mandating that each participating nation legalize abortion on demand, to mention few of its initiatives

    43. I would not under any circumstances, however, support Embryonic Cell research that 1) is unnecessary in that SCR is generally considered by (most) specialists in this field a more effective means of targeting DNA, and 2) provides a forum to Abortion Rights Advocates who are disingenuously using this issue (ECR) to add ―legitimacy‖ to their anti-life agenda

    44. Whenever legal revisions are inconsonant with the underlying assumptions of Original Intent, such modifications are improperly considered and, in some instances, morally objectionable (Abortion) once their conceptual designs have been improperly

    45. Should America one day recover its moral compass, Abortion will properly stand alongside Slavery as the most glaring examples of moral and spiritual corruption in our nation‘s history

    46. Addendum to the above: Although Christ never addressed Abortion, at least not to our knowledge, He specifically stated that ―Thou Shall not Kill,‖ a universal precept that any thoughtful Christian understands by association!

    47. Specious arguments advanced by women affirming their (legal) right to have an abortion on the (plausible) assumption that it is their body to do with as they please is arguable from the standpoint that a woman, or a man for that matter, is at liberty to jump off a bridge if she or he is so inclined (laws prohibiting suicide notwithstanding) provided that such quizzical decisions are of consequence to themselves, only

    48. Setting aside divisive issues like Abortion, Gay Marriages and the Death Penalty, most voters generally agree on the need for a balanced budget, economic growth, safer streets and better schools

    49. Miers (historical) lower-court opinions relating to Abortion (―right of self-determination‖) and other social issues of immediate concern to most Conservatives before rushing to judgment

    50. Besides, his record on Abortion speaks for itself! I suppose my real concern, however, centers on prevailing liberal/secularist sentiments portraying Christians as unsuitable candidates for the Supreme Court, or any other higher court for that matter, lest their religious viewpoints should otherwise color an (objective) interpretation of the law

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