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2009-11-06 13:10:09
My Only Challenge With Women Having the Rights Over Her Body is it Takes TWO to Make a Baby, Now Why is it if She Wants to KILL the Baby the Man has Nothing to Say about it, Yet if She Decides to Keep it, the Man Still has Nothing to Say and can be Forced to Pay for Up Keep on the Child... Ain't Right... And The Stupid Argument of Him Fulfilling his Obligation for Getting Her Pregnant Doen't Work, Cause He Don't Have No Rights if She Chooses to KILL the Baby... HELLO??
2009-03-25 22:29:27
Yeah, it's just bothersome is all. I guess I just have little patience for ignorance. I don't write much on here, but I read alot on the debates going through contraversial pictures on this site. There's so much inadvertant racism and bigotry because of beliefs (and media veiws) and from what I've seen more of it comes from "foriegn" (to me) countries then from the americans; in my own personal views.
2009-03-25 21:27:39
Abe apparently believes negroes are not savvy enough to figure things out for themselves, that they just go along with what they're told and blindly vote for Democrats in order to get a little welfare handout.
2009-03-25 13:24:41
Victim. That's what he was taught, that's what he knows. The democrats have been telling him his whole life that he is a victim of his circumstances and the world owes him.
2009-03-25 13:00:08
I don't understand. As a non-slaveowning jew living in america, how could a 20 somthing year old black person come up to me and tell me I don't understand the pain they feel about slavery. (Him nor anyone he knew being old enough to have expirienced it themselves). He assumed that because I am white I must be related to someone who would've owned slaves. Now, I can understand ignorance and that it comes in all forms, but to everyone around me at the time it was ok for him to make a racist and hurtful statment to me because I was white. His statment was based on a discrimantory stereotype. Just curious on some other views not in an argumentative way but just for discussive purposes and clarification.
2009-03-14 17:27:47
shut up, ok-troll!
2009-03-14 17:21:29
wow! Powerful dialogue. Thank you ALL.
2009-01-26 11:51:34
The women who receive the kind of assistance you're talking about in the US, Abe, tend to be young, low-income, low-education, often members of ethnic minority groups, and typicaly un-wed..the very people most likely to spend years on public assistance should they have a baby..And the world's great third world cities and rural villages are full of poor, uneducated women who often have three or four children they can scarcely feed before they're twentyfive years of age...I find it hard to buy the argument that denying these women control over their owen reproductive functions is moral, ethical, or consistent with Christian principles..
2009-01-26 11:15:07
Connie, Thank-You for the photo of Peter. Now that man dealt with life as Uncle Tom did, and they both are down in history which is wonderful. Patito, you are correct about facing the truth of wrong doing. It applies to ALL, not just a sector of the human race. Thank-You Also
2009-01-26 08:56:55
So her and the baby are in Heaven and not on dirty old earth. What's wrong with that?
2009-01-26 08:56:00
I will concede that the woman is the only one who should get to choose. God did give us all free will. Some choose to go with God and some don't. But what I really don't like is the millions of dollars given away in favor of abortion. Everybody is against the Govt. getting involved in preventing abortions. And they start screaming " Stay out of my womb" Then why is it OK when they get involved in favor of it. Why is acceptable when the Govt. encourages it? I have seen statistics ranging from as high as 50,000,000 to 38,325,000 babies aborted since Roe V Wade. Why is it a fetus when it is unwanted and a baby when it is wanted? Question for the mothers out there: When did your children go from being a fetus to a baby? When you got the news from your Doctor that you were indeed pregnant did you run home and tell people you were pregnant with a fetus and hope it makes it to baby status. Or did you tell everyone your having a baby. Guys you can ask your wives or mothers. That's all I got to say about this.
2009-01-26 05:59:21
My sister knew someone who was one of a family of 12 children. When her mother was pregnant with the 13th, the doctors wanted to abort it; there were dangerous medical issues with that pregnancy. The family priest said no, under no circumstance. She lost the baby and her life. The father was left alone to raise 12 children. Birth control was and still is a sin for Catholics.
2009-01-26 04:30:49
So your your OK if a baby dies? And would prefer somebody else pay for it?
2009-01-26 04:07:52
A Bouts, I respect your opinion, but I believe that a woman has a right over her body. Many women in male-dominated societies are raped by family members, relatives, neighbours, family friends, etc. and become pregnant. These women have the right to have an abortion if they so wish. I do not believe in using abortions as a form of birth control, but the woman must decide for herself. That woman should be given medical help, counselling and a support network of her chosing, before making that final decision. This is where richer countries like the US should help.
2009-01-26 04:02:19
So you are saying that only a woman has the choice to kill her baby? The state interferes with other types of killing. Why should they leave the woman alone and let her kill indiscriminately?
2009-01-26 03:57:19
William Faulkner's quote makes me sad; but it does not leave me with a sense of hopelessness. There is another old saying "The truth shall set you free". Slavery is not/was not just an American shame; slavery was also going on in other parts of the world. It still happens to this day! If there were only pretty photos on this site, the landscape would be devoid of soul, I think.
2009-01-26 00:38:28
Me too, ancestors came to the Carolinas when they were still colonies of England and have been in the south ever since...I'm only four generations removed from slave ownership ( my paternal grandfather was born in the 1850's..yes, I'm an old guy, and he was an old guy when my father was born )..too many of us in the south have avoided facing the truth about slavery, and have deluded ourselves with romantic fantasies of antibellum mansions, mint juleps, crinoline and magnolia blossoms..the truth about the past is not always pleasant, but it's something we must confront if we're ever going to overcome it and transcend it....remember what William Faulkner said.."in the south the past isn't isn't even past.." .
2009-01-25 23:42:30
I am from the South, and this was reality, so get with the program. Unfortunately, this is part of American History. Life is not a cke with icing. So before you say don't to something know all the facts. Nobody likes "BAD", but it is there. 1-25-2008
2009-01-25 22:23:24
"Beauty is truth, truth beauty..this is all ye know on earth, and all ye need to know." from 'Ode on a Grecian Urn,' by John Keats
2009-01-25 22:19:16
The Good...The Bad...The Ugly... The mix of photos are interesting to most people. Connie, your inclusion of this photo is OK by me. To: "A Bouts" In my opinion, Abortion should be the woman's choice and the State should not interfer in that choice.
2009-01-25 20:12:19
you know...the truth is almost ALWAYS ugly and bad.... but its much more comfortable to close our eyes and to deny the truth as so many others did... But I dont' t like closing the eyes and denying the truth..that's why i think it's good to show pics that shows REALITY!!!!! They may people think about those things a little...or hopefully they will!!!!
2009-01-25 16:24:17
So, you say that truth is ugly?
2009-01-25 15:05:12
What pictures and why?
2009-01-25 12:26:29
Were still killing the unborn. And now we have begun the funding for abortions world wide. Our gangs are killing indiscriminately. The other day a four year old got hit by a errant shot. I missed the original story behind You Larry and Blank. So forgive me for straying to far off topic. But these are a couple of things that make me sad as of late.
2009-01-25 11:50:54
Peter, a slave from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 1863. The scars are a result of a whipping by his overseer, who was subsequently fired by the master. It took two months to recover from the beating. His master was either half-decent or he did not like the idea that one of his slaves could not work for a couple of months. We can go on and on about who else had slaves, or who helped the slavers; it still doesn't take away the horrors of what happened and is still happening in other parts of the world. The white man always looked down on native americans and other non-whites as being savages or less than human, yet we had and still have a poor track record. Lets not forget or deny the horros in history or we're doomed to repeat them.