philly rabbit wrote:tsalagi1 wrote:philly rabbit wrote:tsalagi1 wrote:philly rabbit wrote:tsalagi1 wrote:philly rabbit wrote:Choblik wrote:mazel schlimazel wrote:I'm pretty torn on this issue. Call me undecided.
Do you think each state should decide?
And allow me to introduce this term into the conversation among progressives who talk out of both sides of their mouths when it comes to the abortion issue.
Marriage is the best method to reduce the number of abortions down to as low a number as possible.
It can't work that way Philly...due to the Full Faith and Credit Clause of the Constitution we both hold so dearly. What is allowed in one State must be allowed in another, otherwise Jim Crow Laws against blacks marrying whites would still be on the books.
Why would you assume marriage reduces abortions? This is news to me.
Because your progressive methods increases abortions .. while you give statistics and explain how abortion is so necessary on account of them while you claim you're personally opposed to it.
Of course marriage decreases abortions while shacking up and single mothers increase abortions. this is only common sense.
And marriage is never a solution for your progressives when it comes to abortion because of the religious implications involved with marriage.
I thought abortion which progressives like you covet was supposed to solve the country's social problems?
It's made them a lot worse.
I'm personally opposed to it Philly, because I'd never do it, but on the same token, you and I don't get to have be up on that ob/gyn table, nor will you ever get pregnant.
Just how does marriage decrease abortions?...They didn't in the old days,but I do know women that were forced to have child after child as a result of the Catholic Church saying that only the Rhythm method was approved by God.
Actually (1) I'm very religious, (2) in a long term monogamous relationship, and (3) Getting married would not prevent my wife from getting an abortion.
Just how does "marriage" reduce abortions...I'd be tickled to death to see how this would occur
Oh stop it ..how does marriage decrease abortion.
This is one of the more idiotic arguments you've ever tried making here.
What are you argunig for?
Having babies out of wedlock?
Yes .. that's exactly what you're arguing for while I point out your inability on purpose to mention the marriage option.
It's you progressives that created this mess in the first place and the fact that you can all discuss this subject so matter of factly only confirms it.
How does marriage decrease abortions...YOU made the statement...so go ahead, please tell me if I get my wife pregnant, she won't get an abortion.
Do married women with husbands tend to have fewer abortions than single women without husbands?
There's on averge, 3500 abortions taking place in America every single day.
Of this number, are the married women with husbands getting at least as many abortions as the single women?
And I don't know why I'm arguing this with you because this is one of .. if not THE most idiotic arguments you've ever attempted here.
How many women do you know of who get married to have abortions?
Let's see....at least 2 cousins, 1 sister-in-law for one? Are you under the assumption that just because a woman is married, it implies she'll never get an abortion?This has got to be your most idiotic argument to date.