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Romney & Ryan want to take away a woman's right to choose. . . . .

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I am soooo tired of seeing these totally stupid ads that say "Romney and Ryan want to take away a woman's right to choose"  Even if abortion was outlawed it doesn't take away a woman's right to choose, every woman has the right to choose weather or not to have sex, and that's the only choice a woman should have.  Everyone knows how babies are made and that birth control is not 100% effective, if you choose to have sex, then you should take responsibility for your actions. Please no replies if you do not have anything nice to say

for anyone who supports abortion please watch this video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t--MhKiaD7c

by on Oct. 15, 2012 at 11:59 AM
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Misha1204
by Misha on Oct. 16, 2012 at 8:20 AM
No, he's an ass because everything he says is crap....period. On that note, I'm done.

I guess this is what I get for coming in a political post. Lol!


Quoting jessw2010:

No, I didn't say she had to agree with me. But saying this, and I quote, "I don't need your disgusting video's to tell me that being pro choice is wrong" is not disagreeing with me. . . . .it's being rude!  Yeah, you should be able to make choices about your life, you did. . . . .you chose to have sex. Guess what. . . . .an unborn baby is NOT your body. "Romney is an ass, period."  That's your opinion, but he's not an ass because he doesn't support the systematic slaughter of unborn babies.


Quoting Misha1204:

So, people have to agree w/you in order for it to be "something nice to say".

I should be and will be able to make any choices regarding MY LIFE. How can a man tell a woman what she can do w/her own body....he can barely control his own. Romney is an ass, period.



Quoting jessw2010:


apparently some people don't understand what "no replies if you do not have anything nice to say" means



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DirtyHippyMama
by on Oct. 16, 2012 at 8:45 AM
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Op I completely agree with you. I don't understand this "my body my choice" attitude women have. Where is the child's choice?
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jessw2010
by Member on Oct. 16, 2012 at 9:01 AM
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Exactly!! The it's my body, my choice reasoning doesn't even make sense. It's illegal to have your kidney removed and sell it. . . . .why, it's my body. It's illegal to do drugs. . . . .why, it's my body, if I wanna shoot up I should be able to.  If it's illegal, and you go to jail for selling your kidney and doing drugs, then you shouldn't have the right to kill your unborn child because "it's your body."

Quoting DirtyHippyMama:

Op I completely agree with you. I don't understand this "my body my choice" attitude women have. Where is the child's choice?


Gena0406
by on Oct. 16, 2012 at 9:29 AM
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Everyone has a different opinion of abortion and it's always a touchy subject to discuss.  Having said that, I have worked over 12 years in an environment where I see children every day that their parents are not responsible enough to think before they act (sex) and these children end up abused, neglected and feeling un-loved.  I hate seeing children go through this.  Instead of focusing on whether a woman should have the right to choose to terminate her pregnancy, I wish that all these know-it-alls who really have no idea what it's like to be in a situation such as this would put a greater effort into education, support and fostering for people and children so that we can break the cycle.  Instead, they choose to focus on hot topics that get big responses when what this country really needs is a leader who can think outside the box and focus on what is really going on.

toopicky429
by on Oct. 16, 2012 at 9:30 AM
I wasn't going to put my two cents in, but I see some ladies miss the bigger picture here. I know that statistically abortions are used for birth control, but out lawing them will not make them stop. It would also prevent women who are in a life threatening situation causing them to die, and then the baby dies too. I had an ectopic pregnancy last year, and almost died. If I had to wait for someone to approve medication or surgery I would not be here, and my children wouldn't have a mother. This is not a black and white issue, there is a huge gray area in the middle, and that is why I am Pro-Choice.
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jessw2010
by Member on Oct. 16, 2012 at 9:36 AM

Yes, abusing and neglecting children is wrong, but abortion is wrong also. We shouldn't terminate pregnancies just because someday that baby may be abused or neglected because we have no way of knowing if that will even happen. I agree that we should put a greater effort into education, but there are people who believe that sex education should be left up to the parent, then the parents don't discuss it with their children, and the cycle never ends.

Quoting Gena0406:

Everyone has a different opinion of abortion and it's always a touchy subject to discuss.  Having said that, I have worked over 12 years in an environment where I see children every day that their parents are not responsible enough to think before they act (sex) and these children end up abused, neglected and feeling un-loved.  I hate seeing children go through this.  Instead of focusing on whether a woman should have the right to choose to terminate her pregnancy, I wish that all these know-it-alls who really have no idea what it's like to be in a situation such as this would put a greater effort into education, support and fostering for people and children so that we can break the cycle.  Instead, they choose to focus on hot topics that get big responses when what this country really needs is a leader who can think outside the box and focus on what is really going on.


jessw2010
by Member on Oct. 16, 2012 at 9:39 AM

I'm so glad that you are ok. When I think abortion, I think the termination of a viable pregnancy, an ectopic pregnancy isn't viable so I have no problem with that. I personally would not be able to have an abortion if I was in a life threatening situation, because your child's life is supposed to come before your own life always so I wouldn't be able to live with myself.

Quoting toopicky429:

I wasn't going to put my two cents in, but I see some ladies miss the bigger picture here. I know that statistically abortions are used for birth control, but out lawing them will not make them stop. It would also prevent women who are in a life threatening situation causing them to die, and then the baby dies too. I had an ectopic pregnancy last year, and almost died. If I had to wait for someone to approve medication or surgery I would not be here, and my children wouldn't have a mother. This is not a black and white issue, there is a huge gray area in the middle, and that is why I am Pro-Choice.


Gena0406
by on Oct. 16, 2012 at 9:39 AM

Do you believe in birth control?

Quoting jessw2010:

Yes, abusing and neglecting children is wrong, but abortion is wrong also. We shouldn't terminate pregnancies just because someday that baby may be abused or neglected because we have no way of knowing if that will even happen. I agree that we should put a greater effort into education, but there are people who believe that sex education should be left up to the parent, then the parents don't discuss it with their children, and the cycle never ends.

Quoting Gena0406:

Everyone has a different opinion of abortion and it's always a touchy subject to discuss.  Having said that, I have worked over 12 years in an environment where I see children every day that their parents are not responsible enough to think before they act (sex) and these children end up abused, neglected and feeling un-loved.  I hate seeing children go through this.  Instead of focusing on whether a woman should have the right to choose to terminate her pregnancy, I wish that all these know-it-alls who really have no idea what it's like to be in a situation such as this would put a greater effort into education, support and fostering for people and children so that we can break the cycle.  Instead, they choose to focus on hot topics that get big responses when what this country really needs is a leader who can think outside the box and focus on what is really going on.



toopicky429
by on Oct. 16, 2012 at 9:41 AM
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Then what about your living children? IMO, those already born should be more important.

Quoting jessw2010:

I'm so glad that you are ok. When I think abortion, I think the termination of a viable pregnancy, an ectopic pregnancy isn't viable so I have no problem with that. I personally would not be able to have an abortion if I was in a life threatening situation, because your child's life is supposed to come before your own life always so I wouldn't be able to live with myself.


Quoting toopicky429:

I wasn't going to put my two cents in, but I see some ladies miss the bigger picture here. I know that statistically abortions are used for birth control, but out lawing them will not make them stop. It would also prevent women who are in a life threatening situation causing them to die, and then the baby dies too. I had an ectopic pregnancy last year, and almost died. If I had to wait for someone to approve medication or surgery I would not be here, and my children wouldn't have a mother. This is not a black and white issue, there is a huge gray area in the middle, and that is why I am Pro-Choice.


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jessw2010
by Member on Oct. 16, 2012 at 9:41 AM

yes. . . . .

Quoting Gena0406:

Do you believe in birth control?

Quoting jessw2010:

Yes, abusing and neglecting children is wrong, but abortion is wrong also. We shouldn't terminate pregnancies just because someday that baby may be abused or neglected because we have no way of knowing if that will even happen. I agree that we should put a greater effort into education, but there are people who believe that sex education should be left up to the parent, then the parents don't discuss it with their children, and the cycle never ends.

Quoting Gena0406:

Everyone has a different opinion of abortion and it's always a touchy subject to discuss.  Having said that, I have worked over 12 years in an environment where I see children every day that their parents are not responsible enough to think before they act (sex) and these children end up abused, neglected and feeling un-loved.  I hate seeing children go through this.  Instead of focusing on whether a woman should have the right to choose to terminate her pregnancy, I wish that all these know-it-alls who really have no idea what it's like to be in a situation such as this would put a greater effort into education, support and fostering for people and children so that we can break the cycle.  Instead, they choose to focus on hot topics that get big responses when what this country really needs is a leader who can think outside the box and focus on what is really going on.

 

 


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