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  •  As a mother (by CHOICE) and (5+ / 0-)

    as a human being in geneal, I will never understand why people who claim to be "pro-life" are casting children as "punishment."  The anti-sex crowd blather on and on about consequences and such, and never actually address the issue that in modern life, children should not be considered a "consequence."  

    My main passion in life is education.  I taught for 13 years and remain active in my community's schools and joined our local School Board.  I can see the roots of our culture's general disregard and dismissive attitude towards children in general in this very notion that children are "consequences."  

    It starts from the very moment they are conceived.  From there, our country continues to treat children as punishments to be endured rather than as investments to be treasured.    

    Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter. MLK Jr.

    by koosah on Fri Feb 24, 2012 at 06:59:47 AM PST

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      I think many of these nutter's lives are so void of meaning, they become these pro life nutbags in a comic book like fashion with the belief that they are chosen to do god work.

      Is just a pathetic attempt to add meaning to their lives by intruding on other peoples lives.

      I mean most peoples lives are so pathetic they will actually watch bullshit cameras follow other people around all day.  Celebrity worship, sports star worship, its all part of the same mindset.

      Trying to find meaning and purpose in a sterile existence many of us have.  So they try to score points with their super friend deities.

      Bad is never good until worse happens

      by dark daze on Fri Feb 24, 2012 at 07:30:11 AM PST

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