Protect All Human Life

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The heated debate about abortion is filled with emotional arguments that usually center on considerations such as sexual morality, religious beliefs, women’s rights, or purely on pragmatic reasons: if abortion were made illegal it would still take place – under unsanitary conditions that would endanger additional lives.

However, a rational evaluation of abortion must be built upon one single question: When exactly does human life begin? At conception, at birth or somewhere in between?

Not even the most radical feminist would find it okay to tear apart a recently-born baby just because it is not wanted by its mother. All other considerations aside, the only reason many individuals can support abortion with a good conscience is because they believe it’s not murder… and that unborn babies do not count as human beings.

Ron Paul has delivered more than 4,000 babies. He believes that human life starts at conception, and that casual elimination of the unborn leads to a careless attitude towards all life.

Recalling his personal observation of a late-term abortion performed by one of his instructors during his medical residency, Ron Paul stated, “It was pretty dramatic for me to see a two-and-a-half-pound baby taken out crying and breathing and put in a bucket.”

In an Oct. 27, 1999 speech to Congress, Ron Paul said:

“I am strongly pro-life. I think one of the most disastrous rulings of this century was Roe versus Wade. I do believe in the slippery slope theory. I believe that if people are careless and casual about life at the beginning of life, we will be careless and casual about life at the end. Abortion leads to euthanasia. I believe that.”

During a May 15, 2007, appearance on the Fox News talk show Hannity and Colmes, Ron Paul argued that his pro-life position was consistent with his libertarian values, asking, “If you can’t protect life then how can you protect liberty?” Additionally, Ron Paul said that since he believes libertarians support non-aggression, libertarians should oppose abortion because abortion is “an act of aggression” against a fetus.

At the GOP Values Voter Presidential Debate on Sep 17, 2007, Ron Paul was asked what he will do to restore legal protection to the unborn:

“As an O.B. doctor of thirty years, and having delivered 4,000 babies, I can assure you life begins at conception. I am legally responsible for the unborn, no matter what I do, so there’s a legal life there. The unborn has inheritance rights, and if there’s an injury or a killing, there is a legal entity. There is no doubt about it.”

At the GOP YouTube debate in St. Petersburg, Florida, on Nov 28, 2007, Ron Paul was asked what a woman would be charged with if abortion becomes illegal and she obtains an abortion anyway:

“The first thing we have to do is get the federal government out of it. We don’t need a federal abortion police. That’s the last thing that we need. There has to be a criminal penalty for the person that’s committing that crime. And I think that is the abortionist. As for the punishment, I don’t think that should be up to the president to decide.”

For many years, Ron Paul has been speaking up for babies’ rights. He passionately defends those who cannot speak for themselves because they haven’t been born yet.

In order to “offset the effects of Roe v. Wade”, Paul voted in favor of the federal Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act of 2003. He has described partial birth abortion as a “barbaric procedure”.

At the same time, Ron Paul believes that the ninth and tenth amendments to the U.S. Constitution do not grant the federal government any authority to legalize or ban abortion. Instead, it is up to the individual states to prohibit abortion.

Many people feel very strongly about the issue of abortion, and once they make up their minds they rarely change their opinion. If you are undecided and/or open-minded, check out this page and this site for more information about abortion, including images and a description of medical procedures.

8,374 responses to “Protect All Human Life”

  1. Brad

    Gosh Nem, you just started paying attention missing the past 8 weeks or so,
    what are you trying to prove? Obviously mc has an alterior motive, probably sells chemo drugs? But like Ron Paul my messages are clear and consistant
    pay attention, eh!
    Peace!

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    1. mchammer

      That does not mean I have an ulterior motive, it just means I don’t choose to believe in all your conspiracy theories.

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  2. Brad

    He did not proove a thing just towed the accepted rope. The FDA and the AMA can not give up all they know that has been mass “Genocide” since the early 1900′s. mc did not prove a thing accept that he’s go brain fog, unfortunately like the beaten mass public. Nem, I believe you are under 25 (maybe 20?), you have some great incomplete facts about Catholasism and all the aborted babied in the church basements. You tell me who aborted those babies, I know but it is so evil I won’t say, perhaps it was the birth of the abortion acceptance.

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  3. Brad

    IMPOSSIBLE DREAM
    Why the “Cancer Industry” is committed to “Not” find a cure, and if they do run across one, THEY SUPPRESS IT!

    2 days ago I discovered an “1839 CANCER ACT to suppress all cures!

    Your donations to the cancer societies help them suppress the cures don’t donate 1 red cent to cancer. We have already “Won the War on Cancer” we just can’t believe in them or thier methods, without us they have nothing and we can spread the word outside main stream media and the government.

    “The person who has ideas and carries out reforming will find himself embattled by those who’s profits and privileges will be threatened by those reforms. But Those who stand to gain the most from those reforms quite often do nothing…
    and this is the greatest impediment to change.” (Niccolo Michievelli “1515!”)

    Abortion is a freedom and a choice, not taken lightly for sure. Cancer is a choice already made by the medical system to suppress all cures. Without us they have nothing the cures are all around us but so is the cause (the Dr’s and the system).

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    1. Nemesis

      Brad, you dared 1 person to prove you wrong and mchammer with all of his resources at Langley, Virginia has done that. It’s possible that omega fatty acids could improve your thinking. However, there is also a great product originally developed by Jannsen that some people who think like you sometimes find helpful. It’s called Risperdal and I suggest you talk to your psychiatrist about whether a prescription for it or something similar could be helpful to you. I’m assuming you are not on it already. If you are, probably you need to talk to your psychiatrist about whether you are on a high enough dose.

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  4. Brad

    They all claimed to have saved thousands and thousands of lives mc and you are so ignorant you have not researched any of them so don’t waist my time.
    Your ignorance, unfortunately is woven tightly in our society by the 13 family world powers, controling what we are allowed know to their benefit. It may take another 100 years but I only have 84 yearsleft so I am trying to enlighten as many people as I can. Your conspiracy is the truth which you have not figured out yet. We have to open our eyes to realize the all main stream media is about, distorting the truth and reality. As we all turn away from the bible and god what is left but whatever the 13 world power families want us to believe to our own demise. America as we knew it is gone, just and old movie, color or black and white it makes no difference. I won’t be drown no more at their whim, we must shake our heads and open our eyes to who, what, why things are so backwards. All the great minds of the world were either controled or killed.
    No offense to anybody but all we think we know has been distorted, I can’t educate you to what is right, we all have to search it out for ourselves.

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  5. Brad

    Who is the Company mc, sounds suspicious to me are you CIA? Who have you killed lately mc?

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    1. mchammer

      This just shows your paranoia and your tendency to think everything is a conspiracy theory.

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  6. Brad

    Well mc you can try and carry your torch of lies for the FDA and AMA. I know the truth for a fact and have a personal friend that successfully used the Royal Raymond Rife Method. JFK’s own doctor was looking into Essiac before he was assasinated but your corupt system (AMA, FDA) tied it up in red tape, normal for them. Both Essiac and Harry Hoxsey,s herbal formula can be purchased here in Canada for $35 and $20 per bottle (I have one of Hoxiac). Also have Sir Jason Winter’s herbal tea as he was knighted for his successful curing cancer.
    Harry Hoxsey won most of his battles against the FDA and the AMA but after over 25 years they beat America from your own home grown cure. I’m sure they don’t give “Nobel Prizes” for unproven fact as Dr Linus Pauling recieved in 1948. And Laetril/ vitamin B17 was factually proven by many and if the apricot, peach, apple, cherry seeds etc are poisonious as they claim Jason Vale and me would be dead several times over. The books have been teaching us all lies for at least 3 generation’s, so you know the books errors well and I asked you to look up “cancer cures suppressed, Jason Vale, Royal Raymond Rife, Dr Gerson etc etc etc”. But hey, thanks for trying something that you already knew.

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    1. mchammer

      Just because someone, by coincidence, tried something and got cured from cancer doesn’t mean it will work all the time. If multiple people ( as opposed to just one) tried these successfully then I would believe. But they were each mass tested and proved to be unsuccessful. Not everything is a conspiracy theory as you seem to think.

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  7. Brad

    Nemesis, that is a dumb @ thing to say, yet you seem to have a wee bit of intelligence. I dare 1 person to prove me wrong, there has been nurse Caisse who in 1922 discovered a herbal formula (Essiac) that cured cancer, 1924 Harry Hoxsey had a family formula that cured cancer, Royal Raymond Rife from about 1920 to “1934″ when he used an advanced natural light microscope (17000X) and frequency (color/sound) to cure cancer and all VIRUSES. Then in 1948 Dr Linus Pauling won Nobel prize for curing cancer with Intavenious vitamin C, Dr Maxamilion Gerson was an is still curing cancer with detoxification & diet (In Mexico). In the 1950′s Laetril was discovered to cure cancer but it was un patentable so is rarely talked about.
    Recently American Jason Vale was sentanced to 5 years in jail for selling apricot seeds online as a cancer cure because he beat his own cancer with those and peach apple seeds etc, they are all high in Vitamin B17 (Laetril). I have also heard mirijuana can cure cancer but it is more of a topical skin treatment but I know very little about. Currently in Texas Dr Burzinsky is curing cancer with the FDA and the AMA trying to shut him down but so far he is winning.

    So Nemesis what the hay is your point? and you are a Nemesis of who or what?
    You are pernicious maybe no nemesis to me, I’m just trying to save the world from people like you! Maybe your Jewish Zionist? Perhaps you work for big pharma or the like BUT I KNOW THE TRUTH AND WILL TELL WHOEVER WILL LISTEN “FOR FREE!” it is all on You Tube and much more.

    You don’t know me but I am an absolute “truther” now I just have to change the world to truth and honesty!

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    1. mchammer

      The company was unable to show any efficacy of essiac against cancer, as repeated laboratory tests showed that essiac failed to slow tumor growth and, in large enough doses, killed test animals. In a number of studies, essiac actually increased the rate of cancer growth. As a result both the U.S. and Canadian governments refused to approve essiac as a medical treatment. Essiac was instead marketed as a dietary supplement, subject to much looser regulation and not required to show any proof of effectiveness.
      Reviews by major medical bodies, including the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the National Cancer Institute, the American Cancer Society, M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, have found no evidence that the Hoxsey Therapy is an effective treatment for cancer.
      Rife’s claims could not be independently replicated, and were ultimately discredited by the medical profession in the 1950s.
      A re-evaluation of the claims in 1982 found that the patient groups were not actually comparable, with the vitamin C group being less sick on entry to the study, and judged to be “terminal” much earlier than the comparison group. Later clinical trials conducted by the Mayo Clinic also found that high-dose (10,000 mg) vitamin C was no better than placebo at treating cancer and that there was no benefit to high-dose vitamin C. The failure of the clinical trials to demonstrate any benefit resulted in the conclusion that vitamin C was not effective in treating cancer; the medical establishment also concluded his claims that vitamin C could prevent colds was quackery.
      However, when Gerson’s claims were examined by the National Cancer Institute (NCI), they found that his records lacked the basic information necessary to systematically evaluate his claims. The NCI concluded that his data showed no benefit from his treatment. The therapy is scientifically unsupported and potentially hazardous.
      Available scientific evidence does not support claims that Laetrile or amygdalin is effective in treating cancer or any other disease. Both contain a small amount of a substance that can be converted to cyanide in the body, and several cases of cyanide poisoning have been linked to the use of Laetrile. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not approved Laetrile as a medical treatment in the United States.

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      1. Brad

        You are such an ignorant liar, the company never did such tests and just outlawed all cures and labled all Naturopaths as Quacks. The company has been commiting “Legalized Genocide” for 100 years. You better quite the company and start selling legalized marijuana, it also cures too. It makes me sick to think the company has a monopoly in Canada and England too!

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  8. Nemesis

    It is unfortunate that the pro-life case has been championed by some of society’s worst: Catholic priests. In Ireland currently, there is a national scandal as a result of a woman dying as a result of being refused an abortion when the abortion was necessary to save her life. Such is the power of the Catholic Church. Women should not be denied abortions if the abortion is necessary to save their life. And something needs to be done about child molestation by priests. Until recently, the only political party to seriously tackle the issue was the Nazi party in Germany during the Hitler era. They rounded up Catholic priests and put them before the courts and prosecuted them for pedophilia offences. When the Nazis were defeated, child protection suffered a huge setback. The US needs a national inquiry into child molestation and other sex crimes by priests and institutional responses to it. In Australia, horrific evidence is now emerging of an epidemic of child molestation by priests: psychopathic, narcissistic priests raping not only small boys and girls, but even adult women, sometimes armed with guns or at knifepoint, and setting dogs on to victims. When police investigate, the Church alerts offenders, destroys evidence, obstructs detectives and moves the offenders to other jurisdictions, where they continue the molestations. A similar pattern was found in Ireland by a government commisioned inquiry. Small wonder that increasing numbers of people now believe that the Catholic Church as the world’s largest organized pedophile ring.

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    1. Brad

      See nem that i can agree with that but it’s way deeper and all of mc unknowledgable information are all out LIES!

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  9. Brad

    Your cute Rachel!

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    1. Nemesis

      True, Brad. However, I doubt she goes for stoners. Therefore you would have no chance. I’m surprised you are not a homosexual. Whatever it is you are you growing up there in Canada, maybe you should smoke less of it. Many things cause cancer. Colin Campbell, the guru of veganism showed experimentally that cancer growth in rats could be turned on or off by varying the amount of casein in their diets. You disparage chemo and radiation for cancer sufferers. Why are you not concerned about the effect of dental x-rays? They actually may cause tumours. Google it. However, western medicine has saved countless lives. Abortion is an atrocity. It is a violent, selfish act, and it has victims. It makes abortionists wealthy, but it leaves a trail of corpses. You are a typical pro-choice conservative. You are a puppet of capitalism, consumerism and repressive government. How do you justify that?

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  10. bob

    bobington

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  11. bob

    CRAP!

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  12. Rachel

    Ron Paul is right. It all comes down to when life actually begins. If you believe that life begins at conception, then no amount of “walking in someone’s shoes” (to use your statement Cheryl) justifies allowing the murder of that life in our country. A woman will alway have the right to choose what she does with her own body. If i wanted to gouge my eye out in my kitchen, I can certainly do that…though it would be really dumb. However if I wanted to walk next door to my neighbor’s house and kill them, that’s not acceptable. It’s morally wrong and unacceptable by society’s standards. Again, you can do what you want with your own body…but when your choice involves someone else’s body, that should be a game-changer.

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  13. Polaris Garfield

    This is the only issue that stops me from supporting Ron Paul. He may see abortion as a “slippery slope” to euthanasia, but in my view, “fetal rights” laws are a huge slippery slope towards women being jailed for having miscarriages, forced to marry their rapists as victims are regularly in Morroccan courts, or being taken by force from their homes to hospitals while in in full labor and forced to undergo a C-section–major surgery–against their will (this actually happened to a woman in Florida in 1996; a pro-life Christian woman who later supported abortion-rights groups because she felt she had ‘been raped by the state’). Any attempt to overturn Roe v. Wade will inevitably allow the Federal government to violate the privacy of women and their families during an already stressful time. This idea of taking away a woman’s sovereignty over her own body stinks of big-government authoritarianism and as a libertarian, a woman, and a patriot I can’t support it. I personally am pro-life, but far be it from me to force any other woman to birth an unwanted–and unsupported–child in a free society. This is an extremely difficult choice I could never make, and ultimately one that should be made between the woman, the father (if known), her doctor and the God of her understanding. The government has no place in it and should never assume to have any authority over it if we are truly to call ourselves “free.”

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  14. Brad

    Just a note your 1.2 million is only US stats and over 3.2 million dieing from cancer is US. But a little foot note, it is more the chemo and radiation that is killing them and not the cancer.
    Peace…

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  15. Brad

    mcmoron, hmmm. You obviously are not paying attention or researching anthing i have said but hey, my glass is always half full while your is half empty.
    Yes, reality is hard to believe not believing is a much easier rought for sure, I understand. Just please wake up as i can back up anything i’ve said and you?

    Great music, I am a big fan! Peace…

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  16. Brad

    I feel like a Smurf! I can talk til I’m blue in the face to help you and enlighten yet I still get thumbs down. Oakie doekie no problem I know why but you haven’t even got the fogiest idea or inklination to see what i’m talking about.

    Good on ya don’t get any on you?!?!? ):-[
    Let me know when your out of your hole, Eh!

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  17. Neil

    As a man, I have no right to force a woman to do anything that is harmful to her own well being. Personally, I find Abortion to be a tragic waste. That being said though, making it illegal, will only force it underground. What needs to be done, and is not being done by either of the major party players, is to recognize that whether Pro-life or Pro-choice, an unwanted child is an unwanted child. There are a number of ways to avoid unwanted children ranging from abortion to just keeping it in your pants. Sadly, some of the more self-righteous members of our society believe that it is possible to force people to “Just keep in in your pants”, and are unwilling to support education and the various forms of birth control. With each right, however, including the right to access to abortion, comes the responsibility to do the right thing. I personally, abhor the concept of abortion, so I, as a responsible man, will be willing to avoid or protect myself and my partner from unwanted pregnancies. Some factions of Mr. Paul’s chosen party affiliation would not give me the opportunity to be this responsible. Mr. Paul being a little more socially open-minded than his others may see the wisdom in preaching responsibility and education over pure abstinence.

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  18. eire

    Great site very interesting topic keep up the good work well worth a visit by anyone highly recommened 5 stars *****

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  19. Brad

    Most of us have parental instincts, some more some much less due to their lifes circumstances. It is instinctive for the greater majority to be attracted to the opposite sex, this is a god given instinct to re produce.

    At 4 am it hit me, most of you don’t understand yourselves let alone anyone else.
    You don’t understand what cicumstances life may throw at you but in a perfect world no one will lie, cheat or steal (all of which your governments and you have done).

    It is through your own immaturity and/or life guilts that you are all making such bold yet stupid statements in an unwinnable topic.

    “GOD WAKE THESE PEOPLE UP TO THE BIGGER ATROCITIES ALL AROUND THEM!” from the repressive governments, media, schools, medical systems to their implosions that they can not see.

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    1. mchammer

      You would probably live a much happier life if you didn’t believe in so many conspiracy theories.

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  20. Brad

    mc and the like is it just me or all we all talking to ourselves, saying the same things over and over again. Your stats of 1.2 million is less then half that are needlessly dieing of cancer accept cancer pays more and hurts more.

    See for yourselves: “cancer cures suppressed” and “Thrive” and “Royal Raymond Rife”.

    Save the world and demand the cures be released, in spite of big pharma and your governments.

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  21. Rob

    I wonder why all the women that believe in abortion do not believe in practicing safe sex. There are many ways not to get pregnant why not start there.
    Also why not make the loser you choose to lay with wear protection, then you will not have to make the difficult decision to kill tour child.

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  22. Cheryl A

    Also I find that the biggest ” pro-lifers” are the ones who want to cut all the social programs to aid families in poverty. Or the need for a liveable wage mandate. So which of us really has a disregard for life.

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    1. mchammer

      Despite that very convincing argument where you labeled an entire group of people, I’m gonna have to stick to the group that kills 1.2 million humans each year.

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      1. Brad

        No kidding mc );-/ that is the simpler approach.

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    2. Mark

      Cheryl A-
      I am a “pro-lifer”, and you are right, I want to cut FEDERAL social programs to aid families in poverty. But before you get all worked up claiming I am selfish, rich and uncaring of the needs of other, please read on:

      Helping people is great. However, when we create a federal program to help people we end up witih two unintended consequences. First, the federal bureaurcracy takes a percentage of the taxes to sustain itself – the salaries of all the federal employees who collect, count and allocate the tax dollars comes out of the tax dollars. And there is absolutely no effective pressure reducing the size of the bureaucracy and the percentage of tax dollars that go to administrative costs. Second, because the federal government is large and diffuse and remote there is no connectioon between entitlement and behavioral change. WHen a parent gives a chile an allowance it is generally in return for the child’s cooperation and contribution. Johnny takes out the garbage, Suzie mows the lawn, Mom works as a doctor and Dad is a mechanic. Eeryone has a job and everyone gets value for their contribution. If Dad slouches off Mom can divorce him. If Johhny stops taking out the garbage Dad will take out the garbage and shut off Johnny’s allowance. Withe federal entitlements there is no clear and effective metrics, and so recipient’s behavior doesnt change. Its called a moral hazard. I behave poorly and am rewarded for it, not only do I continue to behave poorly, my next door neighbor notices I am getting rewarded for bad behavior and decides it isnt worth it for him to work hard when he can behave poorly and also benefit. And the slope is exponential. As people see the disadvantage of socially moral behavior (work, social contribution, lawful behavior) the marginal person (the one for whom the bad behavior has the lowest cost and the greatest benefit) is persuaded to become a taker instead of a contributer, and that puts more pressure on the next person in line. The more people become takers, the greater the burden on the producers, and the faster the decline.

      We saw this in the VP debate. Paul Ryan, looked at as a fiscal conservative and a principled man, was hammered by VP Biden for having declaimed government earmarks and then petitioned the VP for a piece of the TARP fund for Wisconsin. Its pretty easy to say “I dont believe in welfare, but if the government is taking money and handing it out, I had better get my share or all I am doing is letting the govenment take my constitutents money and give it to someone else.”

      The federal government should leave most of what they do to the sates and the people.

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  23. Cheryl A

    Who has the right to decide for me what my beliefs are. And the right to decide what is best for my life? The assumption seems to be that women who have abortions have a disregard for life and make the decision lightly. While I am sure that some women do, those who do so probably are the same ones who abuse and neglect their born children as well because of their disregard for life. Most of us however do not make such a decision lightly and come to the decision only after weighing all our options and all factors in our life’s. Until someone has walked in our shoes no one should presume to know how we felt or why we did it.

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  24. mac

    It is a fact that polar bear moms will die defending her young towards a male trying to eat them…so you are not so great at the animal arguement… try again

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  25. JLH

    I love how there are so many people on here who are supportive of abortion. It’s like the spartan culture all over again. Oops! This baby isn’t perfect, just toss him/her off a cliff! What a joke. I hope none of you call yourselves decent people. Even most animals have more sense than you. At least they will lay down their lives for their offspring, no matter how imperfect they are. This puts you lower than animals. I wish Ron Paul would get on here and just ravage your arguments. He would tear you a new one for sure..

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    1. Rachel

      In response to JLH about “animals laying down their lives for their offspring no matter how imperfect they are”, clearly you know nothing about the animal kingdom. The primary instinct in nature is survival, and animals most certainly DO abandon their own offspring if they pose a liability to themselves or the family/group/heard/etc. birds will fly away if a threat approaches, even if they have a nest full of eggs. Lions depend on camouflage and will actually abandon offspring that are born albino because they stand out and therefore give away their cover, making it harder to ambush prey, making it harder to survive. And many times these animals don’t even do the offspring the favor of putting them out of their misery, but rather just leave them to fend for themselves, and usually that just means they end up starving (suffering) until they finally die.
      So there’s that to think about

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      1. mchammer

        So your point being while we aren’t any worse than animals, we also are no better than them.

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      2. oknj

        Hamsters also sometimes EAT their babies.

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      3. JLH

        Thank you for ignoring implication which was clearly written.. I said MOST animals. And I find it funny how you didn’t even care to address what I said of Spartan culture. Interesting… Animals are driven purely by instinct. And their instinct is to protect their offspring. For example, you mentioned birds. I have personally seen small birds actually attack another bird because they came to close to the nest. Namely redtail hawks in my area. It happens all the time. So while you use rare occurances to support your claims, the majority of instances are stacked against you. Animals will do all they can to protect their offspring. And sometimes let themselves die to save them. Get on youtube for some quick evidence.

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  26. Brad

    United, you get it you really get it but that makes me think your like me and not American. Go figure, i’m Canadian and they are all snowed, sad and scary. Thanks United i thought i was the only one that gets it, and unfortunately we are a few minority that do and i am enlightening anyone that will listen but the comprehension is low.
    Cheers and peace

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  28. Daniel

    TO EVERYONE.
    I thought this was a page where I could come and find unity. A place where everyone supported Dr. Ron Paul and his views. At the worst, we could be saying “I may not agree with Ron Paul’s views on abortion, but I’m willing to set that aside for now to support him and his agendas.” or “Cool. I’m glad he’s pro-life.” We’re no better than the hot headed extremists that run this country if we keep arguing like this. We gotta show we’re better than that. Comparatively speaking, there’s not that many Libertarian’s or Ron Paul supporters out there, which is all the more reason we can’t be at each others throats like this. Thanks to everyone that keep it civil and supportive. Let’s keep the “LOVE” in the Ron Paul rEVOLution. Thanks.

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  29. Brad

    jhon it is so despicable the extent ALL YOU ABORTIONIST go to to support your side. GO PICKET THE ATROCITIES YOU CANCER CLINICS DO TO THE GREATER PUBLIC regardless of age. Our own governments and doctors are brainwashed and forced to destroy us any time or place or anywhere. So you’all have to get your heads out of the sand and see the much bigger picture and win a winable fight not fragment your selves to specs of sand.

    You people all need to step back and wake up and change the world for the better.

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  30. jhon

    This 27 minute film produced by Bernard N. Nathanson, M.D. documents the intra-uterine life of a little boy at 5 months of age as seen through a fetoscope – a camera placed inside the pregnant uterus. Riveting images of a late abortion are then shown with a camera both inside and outside the uterus. Consistently verifiable statistics emphasize that this horror takes place 400 times a day in the US alone. In addition, there are deeply moving interviews with the other victims of abortion, women who have been irreparably injured by abortion, physically and psychologically: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_nff8I2FVnI

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    1. Brad

      jhon, what did the five month old boy have to say, was he walking or still crawling?
      None of the above right how morbid are you and all you anti abortionist showing such mobidity, shame on you’s!

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  31. corinne

    all of you people that think “pro-choice” means “pro-abortion” you’re all idiots. choice actually means choice. having the gov’t force a “pro-life” law on the country is just one more gov’t interference with people’s personal rights. being pro-choice isn’t saying that you, personally, would get an abortion, bc personally i wouldn’t. but I don’t care what other people do with their lives. other people having kids does not directly relate to me, so what business is it to me what other people do? people who have kids that shouldn’t: child molesters, people who abuse/neglect children (which happens every single day) people who have kids just to abuse the welfare system, people that know they can transfer illnesses and diseases through pregnancy. if a pregnancy goes wrong and threatens the life of either mother, child, or both why the hell would you go through with that? pro-choice gives other people an option. so stop judging other people’s life choices. it’s really none of anyone’s business.

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    1. mchammer

      So you’re “pro-choice”. You believe that people should have the choice to murder whoever they want or to rape whoever they want, or to just take whatever they want, since, you know, you are “pro-choice”. Otherwise you’re pro-abortion. And what business is it to you if another Hitler takes control and kills 6 million more Jews? I know that personally, you wouldn’t do that, but you don’t care what other people do with their lives. Other people being murdered does not directly relate to you, so what business is it to you what other people do? Wouldn’t that be their life choice to kill someone? So you wouldn’t be able to judge them, since you don’t judge other people’s life choices, even if they are murder (i.e. abortion).

      “(Abortion) is really none of anyone’s business.” Oh yeah, except the millions of babies being killed, but other than that, nobody’s business.

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      1. Jeffrey

        You sound dumb by trying to twist her words.

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        1. mchammer

          I’m not twisting anyone’s words. I’m just comparing them to a similar situation.

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  32. Reality Check

    Republicans will destroy the United States of America
    http://www.exlibrus.com/
    WAKE UP REPUBLICAN SUPPORTERS

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    1. mchammer

      The democrats are no better. All politicians lie and are untrustworthy, not just Republicans. It’s practically in the job description.

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      1. Jeffrey

        What FDR ment in that video is republicans will lie and keep their agenda hidden. Democrats arent perfect but theyll always tell the truth which is what we all deserve, the truth. Our economy is like a car that the Republican Adminstration crashed. Obama is like a mechanic doing all he can to fix it and taking a little while because its so severe. Republicans are claiming theyll fix it faster but theyre the ones who crashed it. In reality theyll take it to the junkyard.

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  33. Charlene Dryer

    Hurrah for abortion and my right to control my body and my life.

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  34. Charlene Dryer

    Screw anti-abortionists. If we didn’t have all these unwanted people no one cared about, we wouldn’t have the situation in this country we have now. I think that people who can’t prove they can support a child should be involuntarily aborted, or better yet temporarily sterilize all females at the age of 12 until they become adults and can prove ability to support a child (uh, with their own money, not the help of government funds).

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    1. United we stand, divided we fall

      Charlene, that is exactly what the powers that be want us to believe. It is not the poor who have caused the problem, it is the greed of the wealthy bankers and corporations that have caused the problem. There is technology already discovered that would allow everyone in the world to have plenty of food and shelter, but it has been suppressed by people in power. To put the government in charge of who can and can’t have children is to ask for a system like that of the Nazis or communist China. Sure, educate people in making responsible choices for procreation. Empower them to provide for themselves and their families. People do not, in general, want to rely on the government. They want to rely on themselves. But the government has created a system that enslaves us all and makes it very difficult for people to be totally self-sufficient. They want you to believe that the problem is overpopulation because their end goal is to reduce the world population to only a few million. Neither you nor I would be included in that few million. This planet has the capability to support many billion people if we are responsible with its resources. We have the technology. Don’t give in to their propaganda and believe the lie that the masses are the problem. They want us to turn on each other, and they are intentionally suppressing technology and solutions that would allow us to thrive on this planet together.

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  35. Jeffrey Johson

    I am very upset at this post. Ron Paul is correct that life begins at conception. Everything else is debatable.
    #1 You cannot impose ANY religious beliefs on anybody. I don’t care what Jesus, God, or your Bible tells you. Republicans are the dumbest radicals on earth for trying to merge Religion and State in a religous-free country.
    #2 Women are connected to their child by umbilical cord and they share the same blood. What she decides to do with her baby is 1,000,000% up to her. You can’t go around policing millions of women’s vagina’s that’s stupid.
    #3 Life and Death is not up to the Gov’t it’s up to the family. Like I said only their BLOOD can make those kind of decisions. When somebody is on life support do you bring in your governor to tell the doctor to pull the plug ? HELL NO.
    …Any Christian, Jew, Islamic, or Mormon that tries to impose their religious views on anybody is simply STUPID. This is one of the main problems of the Republican Party. Plain and Simple

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    1. tawney

      WOW…you are not a women nor are you a doctor….So the comment Dr. Paul made about a Baby being thrown in a bucket to die that was crying doesn’t bother you and you feel like the unborn infant shouldn’t have the right to life but the women has the right to kill it….I say a picture of my grand daughter at just 6 weeks I could tell she had eyes and a nose …I could hear a heart beat and now that she is born ….my beautiful angel I can’t imagine her cring in a bucket….it makes me just sick inside…WHERE are their rights? I have had many children never would I or could I have my baby thrown in a bucket because I was too selfish or careless to get pregnant to start with..not a religious issue its a human issue !!!

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      1. Jeffrey

        Of course babies thrown in buckets bothers me. Abortion is very very sad to think about. But just because that’s your thought and my thought, doesnt give us a right to fucking impose on a mom and dad’s decision of abortion. Thats a private fucking matter you have to respect peoples right to privacy. Before abortion women were using hangers and trying to kill themselves just to avoid pregnancy. Would you rather women go back to that? Just tell your fucking daughter and women in your family not to ever get an abortion, dont tell other people who dont give a fuck about you what to do with their bodies.

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    2. Cpat

      Just wanted to point out, since you seem to emphasize the importance of blood, that the mother and fetus don’t actually share blood. It simply doesn’t work that way. Yes the fetus is dependent on the mother, but they are seperate entities, with no sharing of blood. I’m not agreeing or disagreeing with the rest of what you said, just thought that point should be clarified since it’s seems like a big part of what you are trying to convey.

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