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To: Grunthor

The woman has already been victimized once. You advocate victimizing her again? Do you know that the vast majority of women who become pregnant from an act of rape either don’t want to abort the baby, or have deep regrets if they had an abortion?

To answer your question, a dead baby is much worse.

Now, a question for you. Why do you feel an innocent unborn baby conceived in an act of rape is not worth defending? Why do you feel that they have so little worth? How is it that the U.S. Supreme Court rules that a man cannot be put to death for the crime of rape, yet you have no problem with the innocent child conceived in such an act having his/her life snuffed out?


227 posted on 02/06/2012 7:52:21 PM PST by Catholic Iowan
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To: Catholic Iowan

“The woman has already been victimized once. You advocate victimizing her again?”

I advocate allowing the rape victim to not be forced into pregnancy. If she makes that choice on her own, that is great and wonderful.

Others would not allow the rape victim that choice and would enslave/imprison her for 9 to 10 months to ensure that the outcome that they prefer, takes place.

Now some might say, “If it’s outlawed with no exceptions then she can’t.” to which I say “really?” Isn’t rape illegal? I’m sure glad that stopped happening!/s


239 posted on 02/07/2012 6:58:44 AM PST by Grunthor (Mitt Romney and anyone supporting him can go fornicate themselves with a cactus)
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To: Catholic Iowan

“Now, a question for you. Why do you feel an innocent unborn baby conceived in an act of rape is not worth defending?”

I don’t believe that a fertilized human egg is anymore a person on day one than a fertilzed chicken egg is a chicken on day one.


243 posted on 02/07/2012 7:31:57 AM PST by Grunthor (Mitt Romney and anyone supporting him can go fornicate themselves with a cactus)
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