Gov Palin is definately pro-life

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  1. ajg1959

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    Pro-life...yes! :godisgood:
     
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    You've got that RIGHT!!

    I'm on a Special Needs Bus EVERY SCHOOL DAY!
    And this year I have the PRIVILEGE to have the greatest child who is in Middle school this year. Who as a matter of fact has Downs. Go ask his mother what her life would be like without him.
    He is a joy to be a round and puts a smile on EVERY face he comes in contact with. Today his Dad was home when the bus got to his home he had to show us his Dad's back (there wasn't anything to see now) where a year a go his Dad fell in the yard and got very badly hurt and it was the son who got the help his Dad needed. His Dad said that he was his Hero! !

    And earlier this week we got some much needed rain But this boy doesn't care to much for getting wet. I was explaining to him how the trees and the grass need the rain but he just said NO!! about that time the Driver turned off the inside lights and he said " UH,OH Power went out!!"
     
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    She is a definite Role Model for all women by making the choice to choose life! I am really happy today over her being on the McCain ticket. This has breathed new life into the Republican Party, as well. I feel hope again for our Nation.
     
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    That would make both pro life, got my vote without a doubt.
     
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    Palin being such loud anti-choice advocate might just cause the pro-choice crowd to rally against her. At least that's what I am hoping for!

    I for one, would rather have a pro-choice candidate in the White House.
     
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    Absolutely unbelievable that you support the choice of murdering the least able to protect themselves, those who depend on their mother's very bodies for support. Unconscionable and frankly, unChristian.
     
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    :sleep: :sleep: :sleep:
     
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    We've had 20 years of the last 28 with pro-life presidents right? It's still legal as far as I know.
     
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    Saying they are pro-life means zilch if they do nothing to change it.
     
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    Since it was a Supreme Court decision that made it legal, and the only two ways to ban it is a reversal by the Supreme Court or a constitutional amendment.

    Every Republican president has appointed pro-life judges to the court when they could. And there is not enough support in our secular anti-God society to pass a constitutional amendment.

    So, besides appointing pro-life judges, what else can a president do?

    AJ
     
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    DF, I must remind you of the posting rules. Rule #2:

    Topics and/or posts that would condone racism, every form of greed, selfishness, and vice, and all forms of sexual immorality, including but not limited to adultery, homosexuality, and pornography are strictly prohibited. The decision to deem a thread or post inappropriate will remain at the discretion of the Webmaster or his designee. Titus 2:11 For the grace of God that bringeth salvation hath appeared to all men, 12 Teaching us that, denying ungodliness and worldly lusts, we should live soberly, righteously, and godly, in this present world; 13 Looking for that blessed hope, and the glorious appearing of the great God and our Saviour Jesus Christ.




    Your posts regarding abortion are becoming inappropriate for this Baptist board.

    LE
     
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    Indeed, fortunately some have done some things to change it. But it is a process that must be undertaken in small steps.
     
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    35 years is a LONG time - and we have had many Republican years in those 35 years.

    Do we have to wait 35 more?
     
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    Nope. Just one more SC Justice.
     
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    Hope not. But we can't give up more ground. And that is the danger with Obama. We know what kind of justices he will appoint. People say McCain might appoint the same kind, but he might appoint better ones. There is at least a chance with McCain. There is no chance with Obama.

    Remember, people who lived in totalitarian regimes like the USSR had to wait fifty years and some are still feeling the effects of it. But we must not give up more ground. Take what we can get now, and work for more. Don't buy the nonsense that if we can't get it all, we won't take any.
     
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    Support for political candidates has nothing to do with being against abortion personally. In politics we are dealing with how government deals with issues, not with how people conduct their personal lives. One can certainly be a Christian and support the proposition that the government should stay out of the abortion issue, especially on the federal level - which is exactly what the reversal of Roe v. Wade would accomplish as at that point the federal government would not have a position on the abortion issue.

    DF has not advocated that any woman should have an abortion or that having an abortion is the right thing to do. Neither have I, for that matter, and I won't.

    Besides, abortions being legal does not compel any woman to have an abortion any more than Twinkies being legal compel anyone to eat them and become overweight.
     
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    I don't think so. I think that the conservative justices on the U.S. Supreme Court will not totally reverse Roe v. Wade as the social/political upheaval would be too great. What I think may happen eventually is that the states will be allowed more latitude to place restrictions on abortion without totally outlawing abortion.
     
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    I am not sure under which philosophy of governing it is acceptable for the federal government to allow states to define individual laws on things like murder. That seems to me to be a failure of thought.

    I don't see how a Christian can think the government should stay out of the issue of murder. Should we really put murder in a "each do as you wish" category?
     
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    If twinkies werent available then noone would have an oppurtunity to buy them.

    I think the fact that abortions are legal DOES compel some to have them. It is considered an acceptable form of birth control in our society. If the option were taken away, then far fewer babies would die.

    I know that some would still seek illegal abortions, but that is their problem and they will have to face God and give account some day. But, the prospect of people seeking illegal abortions is no reason for a christian to support legal ones.

    http://www.abortionno.org/Resources/pictures_3.html

    AJ
     

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