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    Default Massive Rally In Washington DC Over 500,000 March ! But...............

    Of course the media blacked it out. 500, 000 strong march in support of life in the largest pro-life march in years. This was in bitterly cold temperatures that would be unheard of in Ireland.

    The US media is no better than any other totalitarian Govt's media mouth pieces. If the rally had been a Pro-abortion or any other group deemed politically correct, then the media coverage would have been breathless and non-stop.

    Abortion opponents march in Washington | Fox News

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    Good on those people.

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    Bizarre OP. Totalitarian Goverment? Did you not have an election there recently?
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    Apart from reducing the weeks allowable for abortion on demand, as medical technologhy has made the foetus viable earlier over time, once a society permits abortion has it ever gone back on it? Possibly Poland post Communism and insane nutter Ceaucescu in Romania, but in the West has any ever done it?
    Once the cat is out of the bag on this one, there's no going back, I support what will be in the upcoming bill (if it's given expression to what our people voted for in several referenda) but I could never support abortion on demand!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ó Donnchadha View Post
    Of course the media blacked it out.
    First site I checked - http://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/26/us...n.html?hp&_r=0

    Quote Originally Posted by Ó Donnchadha View Post
    The US media is no better than any other totalitarian Govt's media mouth pieces.

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    What were God's words on bearing false witness?

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    Another abortion thread advocating for horrific things like below to happen here and elsewhere.

    Tragedy in El Salvador: Church-Supported Laws Lead to Death of Mother Jailed After Miscarriage

    In 1997, the Church and right-wing Catholic groups joined with others in a full-on campaign against abortion, mobilizing students from Catholic schools, campaigning through the media and using other means of pushing for the passage of the new penal code and the complete ban until it was passed.

    Since its passage, according to CRR, "the ban has resulted in tragic and often fatal consequences" for the women living in the country, resulting in "the arbitrary imprisonment of women suffering from miscarriages and complications in their pregnancies."

    Such was the case of "Manuela" (a pseudonym). According to CRR, Manuela was a 33-year-old Salvadoran mother of two who was convicted of murder and sentenced to 30 years in prison after suffering an apparent miscarriage and severe complications giving birth. No trial, no appeal. Thirty years.

    From the moment Manuela arrived at the hospital seeking emergency health care, slipping in and out of consciousness and hemorrhaging, doctors treated her as if she had attempted an abortion and immediately called the police. She was shackled to her hospital bed and accused of murder.

    Manuela was sentenced to 30 years in prison without ever having a chance to meet with her lawyer, without an opportunity to speak in her own defense, and without the right to appeal the decision. Shockingly, the judge overseeing her case said that “her maternal instinct should have prevailed” and “she should have protected her child.”

    After several months in prison, it was discovered that the visible tumors Manuela had on her neck for which she sought medical care several times without being accurately diagnosed, was advanced Hodgkin’s lymphoma — a disease that likely lead to the severe obstetric emergency she suffered.

    "Tragically," continues CRR, "Manuela did not receive the appropriate treatment for her disease and died in prison in 2010, leaving behind her two young children."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ó Donnchadha View Post
    Of course the media blacked it out. 500, 000 strong march in support of life in the largest pro-life march in years. This was in bitterly cold temperatures that would be unheard of in Ireland.

    The US media is no better than any other totalitarian Govt's media mouth pieces. If the rally had been a Pro-abortion or any other group deemed politically correct, then the media coverage would have been breathless and non-stop.

    Abortion opponents march in Washington | Fox News

    But God's word will not return void.
    http://http://m.washingtonpost.com/l...5e7_story.html
    http://http://m.washingtontimes.com/...e-their-messa/
    http://http://touch.latimes.com/#sec.../p2p-74160887/
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    This current attempted counter-revolution by Zombie Fundamentalists to roll back the clock to the 14th century again is entertainingly demented.

    Seriously like lads, do youse honestly think this will work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SideysGhost View Post
    This current attempted counter-revolution by Zombie Fundamentalists to roll back the clock to the 14th century again is entertainingly demented.

    Seriously like lads, do youse honestly think this will work?



    Looking at some of his followers here, aliens are the least of his worries ......

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    Quote Originally Posted by SideysGhost View Post
    This current attempted counter-revolution by Zombie Fundamentalists to roll back the clock to the 14th century again is entertainingly demented.

    Seriously like lads, do youse honestly think this will work?
    Unsurprising post of the year.

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