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View Diary: Despite What Forced Birthers Claim, Pro-Choice Means Defending the Choice NOT to Have An Abortion (123 comments)

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  •  This is why I don't understand how women (6+ / 0-)

    can be "pro-life". Why don't they see that if you give big government the right to make one choice for you? you're also giving them the eventual right to make the other choice for you.

    That's what choice means.

    somewhere down the road some sort of 'ethnic cleansing' might seem like a good idea to one duly-elected "physcocpath-caucus" or another


    "Show up. Pay attention. Tell the truth. And don't be attached to the results." -- Angeles Arrien

    by Sybil Liberty on Mon Feb 18, 2013 at 05:37:15 PM PST

    •  it is because of what is good for me is not good (4+ / 0-)
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      marykk, irishwitch, Munchkn, Shishapangma

      for thee syndrome.  Take Schlafly for example, the spearpoint of the anti-feminism movement who is an attorney, has had a voice on the national stage and a professional career but who advocates that women remain barefoot and preggers and not pursue a career

      We have heard of "Uncle Toms", "Tio Tomas" so could we now say "Aunt  Thomasina?"  

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