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  • TX22 03/05/2008 7:35pm

    John Wieder for Congress, TX22, Life begins @ Conception, Mr Poe ran as a pro life candidate and has not kept his promises in this area, so he needs to cosponsor the Ron Paul bill our resign. If he does neither there will be a complaint filed against him. nick, it is even worse for you because the silent majority wants the right to life amendment, so you are damaging many things including businesses through out District 22. I think it is a pretty good possiblility he will end up in a court battle pretty soon. Life begins at conception, and it looks like a few women libers has taken all the gonads in Washington D.C. with the exception of one sponsor in TX14 in Ron Paul and three or four others in other southern states. So that makes them a bunch of liars, thieves, and cowards. This is John Wieder weighing in on this abomination for congress of TX22. The two front running Republicans say they are prolife, but will they sign a pledge to cosponsor a right to life bill, and lets say they both do. Which one of them would ask Ted Poe to resign or cosponsor and file a complaint if need be? Who would you rather have at the white house? Oh I forgot the Democrat, He will probably be in court over his actions. So Democrat, Republican, or Libertarian? Who is going to be? I pick me! everytime!
    John Wieder TX22, Tags: 22, TX22,2008, tx-22, nextag, wieder, john wieder, johnwieder

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    LHH163 10/04/2009 6:30am

    What is wrong in this picture is that people are having babies that they don’t/won’t care for. There are 40,000 children dying around the world from starvation and curable diseases. Yes these mothers should take care of their children, but there isn’t unanimous agreement as to when life begins, when there is, I think that the ‘abortion is not acceptable’ debate could be had or not had.

    In the mean time, I believe that abortion should not be the primary means of contraception, not by far. But it should be an option; there are a lot of extenuating circumstances and I don’t think that anyone would want the government involved in something so personal in their own lives, so I think that it’s hypocritical to suggest that it is legislated if you’ve not had the experience yourself.

  • Anonymous 02/04/2009 12:39pm
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    why is the mexico city policy not listed here?

  • Anonymous 02/05/2009 6:57am

    For those who feel abortion is “bad” “wrong”, I advise that they never have one. That is a road chosen by some to end their pregnancy for many reasons. I chose not to judge them as I know they do not come to that decission easily unless they are mentally or emotionally disabled.

    For those who speak about all the loving couples out there wanting to adopt children, may I ask why they find themselves going over seas to do so. You say there are safe havens here, why do we find children in dumsters?… the safe havens are not working are they.

    The pro life group seem also to be against getting help from the government. Some say they should protect themselves from pregnancy… guess you do not believe in rape either. Young girls are out there having sex thinking it is okay, your way of thinking is a child raising a child??? who in turn will do the same thing. Have you never met someone who should never be a parent? I have, they raise cripple children who in turn raise cripple children.

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    ramanajan 04/18/2009 4:35pm

    I love the argument if your against it don’t do it. I advise that if you are against murder don’t commit one. If you are against global warming stop breathing. Wow this is a great argument.

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    pcfixer 05/01/2009 4:21am

    Oh, that’s a good argument, Stop breathing! Maybe thats one you should take into consideration. Abortion is wrong, Human Life starts at conception. 10 Commandments in the Bible— Thou shall not Kill.
    Not any simpler than that. This issue should not be a politicial football but a human rights issue. If women do abort they will have to face their maker when the judgement comes. God is in control.

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    Mojosmuze 01/14/2011 4:51am

    You don’t know what anyone else’s situation is. Very concerning to know that some people can approve RELIGION as the foundation for EVERYONES MORAL CODE And just a side note not everyone is religious or Christian. This was not FOUNDED as a Christian Nation- The first amendment says Freedom of ALL religions does it not?? This land was actually inhabited by Native Indigenous People to this land-and we stole, pillaged, killed, and so on and so forth to get what we wanted- It’s history and fact and we need to PREVENT the need for Abortion by educating our kids and giving them safer options-we need to grow in intelligence not naivety (Not saying that you personally are rather making a general statement) This is what is wrong with our Country in some fashion. I hate that organized religion has brought us to a world full of “sin” and “people who don’t believe will all perish” that’s sick thinking to think that a LOVING G-d is so vengeful. What a way to imagine our Creator….

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    Anonymous 04/06/2009 5:17pm

    The book of myths that the anti-choice uses to shore their arguement does not celebrate the conception of it’s messiah, but the birth of that mythical figure. Why should it be any different 2000 years later? Life begins at birth. Check all of your legal documents, they all list your birth date.

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    ramanajan 04/18/2009 4:34pm

    Actually life begins at conception according to science. The fact that we choose to extinguish this life before a natural birth does not change that fact. In addition to this the life that is destroyed is a human life which is another scientific fact.

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    kakuni 04/10/2011 7:17pm

    Bull Shit, according to science life began around 3.5-4 billion years ago. A fetus is no more “alive” than a man on life support with no functional organs…

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    M4Finny 02/19/2011 4:09pm

    I’ll check my birth certificate when Obama produces his for us to check.

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    kakuni 04/10/2011 7:18pm

    Obama did produce his birth certificate, and it has been verified by unbiased sources to be authentic. Get over it, he is our president and you are a moron….

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  • DJJ 02/14/2009 8:20pm

    It’s time to foreclose, pay the “piper” and start over, and be accountable for our poor stewartship. Maybe we can clean it up before our children are left holding the bag.

    The other matter: Read information I found on the below websites. Is thias true? If it is how can we trust Mr. Obama and you guys(SCOTUS, House, Senate, FBI,CIA, etc) with something as massive as this when you and he can’t cleanup simple matters from like simply providing a righteous response for a simple request to confirm Mr. Obama’s natural born US citizenship status. Ratherthan simply put this to rest by sending the information requested, I understand Mr. Obama and others named in lawsuits around the country have hired several powerful law firms requesting dismissal and to seal access to all of Mr. Obama’s records(vault copy of BC, college records, immigration records, medical records, ect.). I bet that costs lots money. Why not spend a few bucks and just provide the information? Would that clear the matter up amnd build trust in everyone.

    Before you say it, let me ask: Since when was “FactCheck.org.” Appointed offical vetting agency for the election process?

    In Texas, I understand the plaintiff’s request for dismissal used was that they have “Official Immunity.”

    This gives me great faith and trust in my President & everyone that did not demand his accountability!

    I understand Pelosi, Howard Dean and the DNC are responsible to make sure these matters are properly perfomed? HAs anyone asked them? I also understand a Phil Berg of the Democratic Party advised Mr. Obaqma he was not elligible way back when he first considered entering the race? Then why are there still lawsuits and hush by the Mainstream media? And the Subpoena from Occidental(see below)?

    Mr. Obama can very simply put this to rest as he did the concerns of Rev. Wright. He didn’t get attorny’s to resolve that matters? Is he hiding something?

    http://www.therightsideoflife.com/

    A new lawsuit is being prepared by a California attorney who already has four cases pending over the issue of President Barack Obama’s eligibility to occupy to Oval Office, and this one will include a demand from state lawmakers who forward state funds to Washington for documentation of his qualifications.

    Orly Taitz told WND today that she’s preparing the complaint but is holding onto it and will file it shortly to give state legislators a chance to join the action as plaintiffs.

    Four already have signed up, including state Rep. Eric Swafford of Tennessee, who agreed to be a plaintiff “for a Writ of Mandamus to obtain original birth certificate, immigration records, passports and other vital records for Barry Soetero aka Barack Hussein Obama.”

    Taitz told WND the case also probably will include members of the military as plaintiffs, since both state lawmakers and military officers are obliged to follow orders from the president of the United States and both have a need to know those orders are legitimate.

    “In the military, those would be unlawful orders, and [following them] would subject the officers to courts-martial,” she said. “In the legislatures, they cannot follow any of his bills or orders … they don’t know who he is.

    “As far as we know he is a foreign national … Why should state legislators send any funds from the state to a foreign national?” she said.

    “While we are working on the complaint, I’m gathering support from different states,” she said.

    Other sites with information:
    http://www.colony14.net/id41.html
    http://drorly.blogspot.com/2009/01/senator-alexanders-office-has-forwarded.html
    www.obamacrimes.com
    www.wethepeoplefoundation.org
    http://www.yourfellowcitizen.com/
    http://www.theobamafile.com/
    http://www.actforamerica.com/
    http://www.centerforsecuritypolicy.org/g3.xml
    http://www.rallycongress.com/constitutional-qualifications/1244/

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  • Darkayne 06/05/2009 12:06am

    The people who argue “keep ‘em closed and you wouldn’t have a problem” should be mentally slapped into a fresh state of reality. Abortion should be allowed — but, of course, the rate at which women have abortions needs to be greatly lowered. Early education, parents actually teaching their children, something. Obviously it should not be used as a form of birth control. Those who do so should be held responsible. I would never want to see an unborn not even have the chance to breath. However (and unfortunately), there are cases where abortion has saved lives. There are cases where it needs to be done, whether the Religious Right likes it or not. “One’s moral screw ups” aren’t always the case, and it is not always that “horrible act of violence.” And religious views should be kept out of this.

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    mjeldridge 01/21/2010 3:36pm

    Lets call a spade a spade. Until someone can show me convincing scientific evidence that an unborn child is not a human life, then I believe its best to err on the side of caution. Abortion is the taking of a human life, and therefore murder. But there are defenses to murder, such as defense of self or of others. A mother should not be forced to die for her unborn offspring, but neither should abortion be used as birth control or permission for promiscuity. As for morality, it must have a static base to stand upon and that’s why religion is a key element of the equation. The alternative, relative morality, simply means the strongest or most vocal group gets to say what is moral. Right now the moral midgets advocating indiscriminate abortions are the most vocal group. But does that really make it moral?

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    Arohde 02/16/2011 4:45am

    You can’t say “abortion should be legal” but “don’t use it as birth control” because you qualify the right to life-saving health care services with so-called proper motives. If you need an abortion but your circumstances don’t qualify for what I think is right, you don’t deserve one?? That’s all kinds of messed up. In the end, you have to ask yourself: Do you trust women to make their own moral decisions? If the answer is yes, then that qualifying statement doesn’t apply anymore. Abortion should be legal, accessible, and affordable, period.

  • george1 06/25/2009 6:14am
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    In the bible, the man withdrew himself and his seed fell to the ground. God was upset with this waste of life and took the mans life in return.
    So life starts at and before conception in the eyes of GOD.

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    Mojosmuze 01/14/2011 5:09am

    YEAH…..RELIGION BASED AGAIN….How about WE ARE ALL NOT CHRISTIAN!!!!!! And this Country says FREEDOM OF RELIGION!
    I love how people hide behind the Bible when it is convenient :)

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    Arohde 02/16/2011 4:46am

    Apparently life starts at masturbation, according to that parable. So think twice before you touch it—think of the children!!

  • george1 06/25/2009 6:31am
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    As for me any person running for office that supports abortion, I just don’t vote for them. Plain and simple. It does not matter what party they are running on. Just maybe if we all did this, sooner our later we will get all these self appointed Gods out of government. This country is falling fast because of this sin. How can we ask God to bless this country and at the same time murder His children. These children belong to Him not us. Our job is to take care of them for Him.

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    alaforester 08/02/2009 4:30pm

    Yes, Pmcgrath, I’m glad that this girl had her baby. That baby grew up to be a beautiful, intelligent, and productive member of society.

    And I love her. But then I should, she’s my mother.


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