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Week in Review

January 18, 2007


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  • Vicky January 29, 2007 8:25 am

    The fixation isn’t the womb per se, but with the human child in that womb.
    I believe abortion should be as abhorrent to us as most people claim racism/slavery is. Abortion should be as culturally taboo as racism is. People are actually proud of their so-called “pro-choice” stand and yet to me that’s as degrading as labeling yourself as a white supremacist.
    Black slaves were once viewed as property and people without rights – the unborn today are suffering the same fate. Racism might-and often did-result in the killing of innocent humans; in our history, it often did. But abortion always results in the killing of innocent humans. Between 1882 and 1968, 3,446 black people were lynched in America. Today more black babies are killed by white abortionists every three days than all who were lynched in those years (Life Education and Resource Network).
    Abortion is the intentional killing of unborn babies. Forty-six million babies have been killed by abortion since 1973 – 1.2 million per year. That’s choice?

  • Chastity Belts INC. January 28, 2007 1:42 pm

    There are those that are born and yet never leave the womb mentally.
    Thier fixation with the womb after leaving it cries control of others to submit to their belief.
    Enforcement of this on others continues to justify their religious intolerances of those not like them. We can send everyone out of the womb to kill or be killed in Wars of Presidential foolish prides and ease the conscience of that action by calling it an acceptable choice.
    Should the choice of enlisting into the military to be killed and/or to killed life out of the womb be abolished?
    After all there are females of multiple womb situations that become casualties of war. of course, conveniently that idea is an accepted practice the faith allows leniency from the hypocrisy of the strictest teachings of ones religion for guilts rationale sake. Lord, When will zealots cope with their own guilt of hypocrisy.

  • Vicky January 26, 2007 10:33 pm

    Tragically, four out of ten women who discover an unplanned pregnancy will choose to abort.
    The book, In the Womb, also runs its readers headlong into mysteries still not fully understood by science, such as why the mother’s body does not reject this foreign life growing within her. The author continues, “The immune system always tries to reject foreign material. Indeed, after the baby is born, if a piece of her skin is transplanted to the mother, the mother does reject it. . . .Yet the mother tolerates this entire foreign tissue in her system for nine whole months. Exactly what protects the placenta from rejection by the mother’s immune system is one of the greatest enigmas of modern biology,” concludes Tallack.
    If only humans could learn from the body’s own life-protection reflex.

  • Dr. Spock January 26, 2007 10:19 am

    There are some intriguing photos of fetus-mooning and hand gestures in the third tri-mester