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  1. Standard member shavixmir
    Guppy poo
    07 Dec '16 06:36
    In Europe we don't really have a pro-life movement.
    We have a debate: pro-abortion or anti-abortion.
    In the US they have a pro-life movement.

    But, how pro-life is that movement?
    The average person who describes him/her self as pro-life is also:
    - More likely to be pro-gun ownership.
    - More likely to be pro-military / military intervention
    - More likely to be anti-health care
    - More likely to be anti-immigrant

    To me it sounds a lot like: Save the foetus, but let the kid's teeth rot.

    I can only imagine the marketing strategy is brilliant.
  2. 07 Dec '16 07:07
    The Monty Python sketch on the topic (with regards to Catholics wanting to save every sperm) is great.
  3. Subscriber Wajoma
    Die Cheeseburger
    07 Dec '16 07:09 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by shavixmir

    - More likely to be anti-health care
    Just so much more flame bait.

    No-one is anti-health care doltboy. People can be anti-state enforced healthcare with all it's distortions and frauds, for example people who take care of their health may end up on a waiting list behind people that are reckless and careless with their health and who may well have contributed nothing to the state health system.

    That doesn't mean they're anti-health care

    You came here looking to satisfy your maschistic perversion, consider your ass flagellated.
  4. Standard member shavixmir
    Guppy poo
    07 Dec '16 07:40
    Originally posted by Wajoma
    Just so much more flame bait.

    No-one is anti-health care doltboy. People can be anti-state enforced healthcare with all it's distortions and frauds, for example people who take care of their health may end up on a waiting list behind people that are reckless and careless with their health and who may well have contributed nothing to the state health syste ...[text shortened]...

    You came here looking to satisfy your maschistic perversion, consider your ass flagellated.
    Blah blah blah.

    Do you consider no health care programme better than Obama care?

    Are you pro-gun?

    Etc.

    Scatmuncher.
  5. 07 Dec '16 11:05 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by shavixmir
    In Europe we don't really have a pro-life movement.
    We have a debate: pro-abortion or anti-abortion.
    In the US they have a pro-life movement.

    But, how pro-life is that movement?
    The average person who describes him/her self as pro-life is also:
    - More likely to be pro-gun ownership.
    - More likely to be pro-military / military intervention
    - Mor ...[text shortened]... foetus, but let the kid's teeth rot.

    I can only imagine the marketing strategy is brilliant.
    I know I'm personally trying to push through legislation that would immediately end the life of the mother once the child is born.

    Go figure.
  6. 07 Dec '16 11:07 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by Wajoma
    Just so much more flame bait.

    No-one is anti-health care doltboy. People can be anti-state enforced healthcare with all it's distortions and frauds, for example people who take care of their health may end up on a waiting list behind people that are reckless and careless with their health and who may well have contributed nothing to the state health syste ...[text shortened]...

    You came here looking to satisfy your maschistic perversion, consider your ass flagellated.
    After government ran health care in the US came up with death lists for the very sick, I'm reconsidering my position on health care. Maybe it's not so bad after all.

    Death to the people!! (Excepting unborn babies, but I think that is only common sense)
  7. Standard member shavixmir
    Guppy poo
    07 Dec '16 11:49
    Originally posted by whodey
    After government ran health care in the US came up with death lists for the very sick, I'm reconsidering my position on health care. Maybe it's not so bad after all.

    Death to the people!! (Excepting unborn babies, but I think that is only common sense)
    Unborn babies don't exist.
    Really.
    They don't.
    It's in your FFing mind.
  8. 07 Dec '16 13:48
    Originally posted by shavixmir
    Blah blah blah.

    Do you consider no health care programme better than Obama care?

    Are you pro-gun?

    Etc.

    Scatmuncher.
    How did anyone survive before state health care programs?

    How did anyone survive without health insurance?
  9. 07 Dec '16 14:30
    Originally posted by shavixmir
    Unborn babies don't exist.
    Really.
    They don't.
    It's in your FFing mind.
    Just as I suspected. Do women put pillows under their shirts or something?
  10. Standard member shavixmir
    Guppy poo
    07 Dec '16 14:49
    Originally posted by Eladar
    How did anyone survive before state health care programs?

    How did anyone survive without health insurance?
    Usually folk tended to die early and painfully.
  11. Standard member shavixmir
    Guppy poo
    07 Dec '16 14:51
    Originally posted by whodey
    Just as I suspected. Do women put pillows under their shirts or something?
    Maybe in your mad existence they do things like that.
    However, it's a foetus you're talking about. Not a baby.

    It's not often you're right, but you're wrong again.
  12. Standard member KellyJay
    Walk your Faith
    07 Dec '16 19:01
    Originally posted by shavixmir
    In Europe we don't really have a pro-life movement.
    We have a debate: pro-abortion or anti-abortion.
    In the US they have a pro-life movement.

    But, how pro-life is that movement?
    The average person who describes him/her self as pro-life is also:
    - More likely to be pro-gun ownership.
    - More likely to be pro-military / military intervention
    - Mor ...[text shortened]... foetus, but let the kid's teeth rot.

    I can only imagine the marketing strategy is brilliant.
    From one you wants to kill others you cannot see the difference?

    Prolife: is life is important and its favored.

    Pro-gun owning a gun doesn't mean you don't favor life
    it means you own a gun which does mean it could be used
    for protection of one's own life or one's family.

    Pro-military doesn't mean we agree with everything the government uses the military
    for, it means we are pro-military which should be used for protection of one's homeland.

    Anti-health care...who is against health care?

    Anti-immigrant ... no one I know is against that either...unless they didn't come in legally
    than you could be talking about anyone coming in for any reason.
  13. 07 Dec '16 21:59
    Originally posted by shavixmir
    Maybe in your mad existence they do things like that.
    However, it's a foetus you're talking about. Not a baby.

    It's not often you're right, but you're wrong again.
    I don't think left wingers are people either. I only consider viable human being who can exist on their own without feeding off the tit of Big Brother to be actual human being and can be treated as I please.
  14. Subscriber Sleepyguy
    Reepy Rastardly Guy
    07 Dec '16 22:04
    Originally posted by whodey
    I know I'm personally trying to push through legislation that would immediately end the life of the mother once the child is born.

    Go figure.
    The crap you write, geez.

    *shakes head*
  15. 07 Dec '16 22:05 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by Sleepyguy
    The crap you write, geez.

    *shakes head*
    Crap in, crap out.

    I just get tired of the mindless flame threads I reckon, gotta spice it up a bit.