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MissBear 1 point ago +1 / -0

I understand that, in reality, there is nothing outside of total abstinence with zero cases of incest/rape that will fully protect from unwanted pregnancies. Are there crisis pregnancies? Yes. Will telling all women to "just say no" end all crisis pregnancies? Does the "just say no" campaign end all drug addiction?

Are pregnancy and childbirth zero risk events? What are the risks in legal abortion vs illegal abortion? In an ideal world, there would be no crisis pregnancies, no abortions and no pregnancy or childbirth deaths and no post birth infanticide. We don't, however, live in an ideal world.

The abortion issue is very polarizing. Roughly half Americans want abortion rights. The other half does not want to allow legal abortion rights. Even if we end all access to legal abortions, it will not stop abortions. It will increase illegal abortions, which are "generally" less safe than legal ones, although it appears some of the abortion mills are not-so-safe as they should be.

My opinion is we probably cannot achieve a zero abortion world, whether legal or illegal. Just the same as you cannot stamp out all illegal drug use nor end all alcohol abuse. In the end, in the heavenly world to come wherein evil will cease to exist, there will be some people there who had, at one time, been involved in sex outside of marriage, who had abortion(s), who had been involved in substance abuse. Are they all banished from Heaven? No, all the ones who finally die in Christ have all their sins forgiven. Does that mean we should all just run out and sin as much as possible? Of course not. If Roe v Wade gets overturned, it will become a states' rights issue, and maybe that will prove to be a good place to start rolling back the number of abortions.

https://19thnews.org/2022/01/life-before-roe-v-wade-transformed-america-five-stories/

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MissBear 2 points ago +2 / -0

This testimony is very graphic. And everyone seeking abortion should see and hear something just like this before making a final decision. No more of the lie of "It's just a clump of cells." Or the notion that it is mere "potential life," rather than what it is in actuality: human life.

I'm grateful this doctor had the courage to come forward and tell the truth.

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MissBear 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's only 100% preventable with lifetime abstinence along with the absence of rape/incest.

No method of birth control is 100%, not even BC pills.

All men "could" theoretically choose to make a sacrifice of 100% abstinence and then there would be zero abortions. But that's never gonna happen . . .

Unwanted pregnancy is something men never have to worry about, unless they are gonna have to be financially responsible. My Pa grew up in the Depression and came from a family of 11 sibs. I reckon there was little or no birth control in that family. My Aunt said, "Mama, I'm never gonna get married." "Oh really?" says my Grandma. Auntie: "OK, maybe I will . . .but I'm not gonna sleep with him!" Pa wanted kids, but not 11. My Mom kept poppin' 'em out on purpose. She usually knew when she could get pregnant. My Dad got mad about it after the fifth one. He had wanted a small family. Mom was pro abortion rights even though she said she would never choose abortion for herself . . .

Ever since this Roe v Wade leak came out, I notice most of the vocal guys are on the "blame the 'whores' and 'c****' wagon." Please understand that the "C" word is extremely offensive and is the equivalent of the "N" word for black folks. Some of the guys here may have not given thought to the realization that there will probably be some women in Heaven who had abortion(s). In Heaven, no one will be calling women the "C" word, nor black people the "N" word. People become Christians at various stages of life, they experience repentance, and this changes their values. Some women have told me that they had an abortion, and the next time they got pregnant, they kept the baby because the abortion experience was so devastating. So sometimes people learn from their mistakes, as well. Keep in mind that Moses and David committed murder, but they are among the redeemed because Christ died for their sins. God redeems some of all types of sinners. Everyone is, in fact, a sinner, and the Bible mentions but one unforgivable sin: https://www.desiringgod.org/articles/what-is-the-unforgivable-sin. Also, I notice the Bible says there is such a thing as "whoremongers."

Synonyms & Near Synonyms for whoremongers:

whoremasters

debauchers, romancers, seducers

amorists, gallants, ladies' men (also lady's men), lady-killers, lovers, paramours, Romeos

Casanovas, Don Juans, lechers, lotharios, lounge lizards, mashers, philanderers, satyrs, wolves, womanizers

Thankfully, not all men fall into this category, but the general idea seems to be that it is a type of man who deliberately sets about to corrupt the morals of young women for the sake of their own pleasure: "love 'em and leave 'em." It is an anti-marriage mentality such as was promoted by Hugh Hefner and others like him.

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MissBear 3 points ago +3 / -0

This is what Hugh Hefnerism has led to . . . unbelievable anyone would spew such venom . . . voice of the serpent . . .

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MissBear 3 points ago +3 / -0

The roots of this problem started with the "free love" movement and the breakdown of the sanctity of marriage and family.

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MissBear 1 point ago +1 / -0

Various forms of abortion existed before it became legal. The desperate will either drive to another state where it is available or find someone able to help with an illegal one. What I remember reading before Roe v Wade is that there were a lot of women who had botched illegal abortions and one of the arguments was that legal ones would be safer. Rita Moreno has said in interviews that she had a hot on-off affair with Marlon Brando. He impregnated her once. (I suppose this one time the birth control didn't hold up.) He paid for an illegal abortion which was botched, and she was lucky to survive and even luckier to have children later. He didn't regret the loss of his child. He was angry that he had paid money for something that failed to do the job he had paid for.

It takes two, guys, it takes two. It's also really a dad's job to teach his daughters about how to watch out for dangerous men when they are old enough to be told about these things. Just sayin' . . .

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MissBear 2 points ago +2 / -0

Me too. (Thankful for Catturds pro-life mother.)

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MissBear 2 points ago +2 / -0

When I was a little kid, I always thought politicians were weirdos.

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MissBear 1 point ago +1 / -0

Like reality TV? Oh man, who would go for that? Watched the first Apprentice show in its entirety. Convinced me I would never try to be on one of those shows. All of you, the good, the bad and the ugly are on display for the whole world to see, and you are at the mercy of the producers/editors. Some people who value privacy are not necessarily corrupt. Having lived a fishbowl life for 7 years, I can say it was extremely stressful. This idea would not deter narcissists or psychopaths. Take a look at the kind of people who do reality shows. The Duggar family should have ended their TV show many years ago. Ending the party system plus term limits are a good start. For example, I think POTUS should be a single term of 6 years. The first four years are wasted trying to get re-elected, and 8 years is too long for a POTUS who proves to be a dud.

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MissBear 3 points ago +3 / -0

Dumb question:

Do y`all think average Americans will sit still for another Communist Soros paid, organized summer of violence, looting, burning, destruction, etc. like they did in 2020?

I'm reminded of a Bush-ism: Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice . . . [struggles to remember--wrongly] . . . can't get fooled again.

Something needs to wake people up or the destruction will just continue because they will continue to be fooled.

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MissBear 16 points ago +16 / -0

Just when you think you've heard the worst of the worst . . . it gets even worse.

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MissBear 1 point ago +1 / -0

https://www.forbes.com/sites/sethcohen/2020/06/21/its-finally-time-to-pay-black-americans-reparations/?sh=227144cc5cb5

https://www.forbes.com/sites/sethcohen/2020/06/28/reparations-now/?sh=16a694a5547e

Note: This is not meant to be a discussion of the ethnicity of being Jewish. Being Jewish is mainly considered to be born into a Jewish family with a cultural and religious tradition of Talmudic Judaism. The "racial" identity of Jewish people is sometimes spoken of as being "white" and sometimes spoken of as being "non-white," but rather racially Jewish. One cannot have it both ways. One is either racially Jewish and culturally/religiously Jewish or racially white but culturally/religiously Jewish. Sometimes Jewish people say, such as Mr. Cohen, that they are "white." Sometimes they say, "I'm not 'white,' I'm Jewish." OK. . . Please just make up your minds and stick to it. You are confusing the gentiles, especially the white ones.

white [Jewish] Americans, including men like me, have a special, and unquestionable, responsibility to take up the cause of reparations, and help make them happen.

As a white [Jewish] person who benefits from my country’s unpaid debt to ancestors of slaves, I too must take up the mantle of responsibility to call for and pay reparations that attempt to right a historic wrong.

Seth Cohen is a Jewish man, a member of a group that is benefiting from an ongoing reparations program for events that ended 77 years ago. Considering that Israeli citizenship is only open to people who can prove recent Jewish ancestry, and not open to people who are considered to be "white," is he a Jewish person actually trying to speak for "white" people concerning slavery reparations?

Paul Craig Roberts on the history of slavery:

https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2021/06/03/the-truth-about-slavery/

Although most black folks probably would be glad to receive reparations beyond affirmative action, welfare and other similar programs and recent advancements created specifically for people of color, the fact remains that no one alive today has ever been a slave nor owned a slave. Also, considering that slave ownership was costly, only wealthy people could afford to buy and keep slaves. Owners consisted of people of different races, as well as Jewish "white" people. How does one sort that out? Should the descendants of poor European whites pay reparations for something of which they are NOT GUILTY? Many white men bled and died to help put an end to slavery. After you have sacrificed life and limb, what more can you pay?

The idea opens up a huge can of logistical worms. Who will be held responsible to pay this money? And how does one establish to whom this money should be paid? And how much money should be paid?

Robert L. Johnson of BET proposes that $14 trillion [open eyes wide] in reparations ought to be paid.

“Wealth transfer is what’s needed,” Johnson said. “Think about this. Since 200-plus-years or so of slavery, labor taken with no compensation, is a wealth transfer. Denial of access to education, which is a primary driver of accumulation of income and wealth, is a wealth transfer.”

Based on just economics, paying reparations is not only necessary, but appropriate. “Damages is a normal factor in a capitalist society for when you have been deprived for certain rights,” Johnson said.

So we should punish today's generations of white people with "wealth transfer."

My proposal is that the multi-millionaires and billionaires should be the ones paying "voluntary" reparations. After all, they have been engaging in "wealth transfer" from all of us into their own already wealthy pockets for many years now. And the families receiving these reparations should sign off on them as the debt paid in full. Afterward no more talk of reparations you-owe-us. And if Mr. Cohen and other Jewish "white" people wish to make a contribution to the cause, they are welcome to transfer all the wealth they wish out of their own pockets. After all, I think American taxpayers have paid more than their fair share to the Jewish "white" people of modern Israel.

PS: I think Mr. Cohen meant to write "debt to the descendants of those slaves." Proofreader did not catch the error.

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MissBear 13 points ago +13 / -0

Soooooo Biden said those with incomes below $400,000 were not going to have to pay more taxes. . . didn't he?

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MissBear 2 points ago +2 / -0

FDA would expand the treatment of Remdesivir to include pediatric patients 28 days of age and older. . . with positive results of direct Covid-19 viral testing, AND are either hospitalized or at high-risk of severe illness.

As COVID-19 can cause severe illness in children, some of whom do not currently have a vaccination option, there continues to be a need for 'safe and effective' COVID-19 treatment options for this population,” said Patrizia Cavazzoni, M.D.

The only approved dosage form is Veklury for injection.

[They could inject your babies without your knowledge or consent.]

Remdesivir shuts down kidneys, lungs fill up with fluids, ventilators finish the job.

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MissBear 3 points ago +3 / -0

No limit to what MTF trannies can accomplish.

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MissBear 2 points ago +2 / -0

China bought too many US politicians at all levels of gov: fed, state and local. Stolen election was not China only, but a big chunk of it, apparently.

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MissBear 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is not the only place I have seen some of these ideas, so I think similar info can be found without having to subscribe. They used to tell us the brain cannot regenerate, so this concept of neuroplasticity is important.

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MissBear 1 point ago +1 / -0

Of course, man! I just found out this moment that General Mills is the parent company of Betty Crocker! You know Betty Crocker, right?

https://www.generalmills.com/news/stories/the-women-who-built-betty-crocker

My mother had ALL THREE of the classic Betty Crocker cookbooks featured in this article. Now I feel like a somebody, a contender, instead of a bum housewife, which is what I am! (Sorry, paraphrase borrowed from Marlon Brando movie.)

Do you have any idea how many American women learned to cook from good old Betty? We even thought she was real, like Santa Claus for the kitchen. My mother used her favorite version until the back of the binder fell off and the pages were all splattered with cooking and baking liquids. She bequeathed me her Betty Crocker cooking expertise, starting with Betty Crocker's Cookbook for Children, in which were printed quotes from the supposed youngsters who tried out the recipes: "If I were a momma, I'd cook all day!" Bless you, Betty Crocker, bless you. You made me what I am today--a kitchen star.

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MissBear 3 points ago +3 / -0

I thought it was brilliant.

Did someone help him write that? Where was he in 2020, when we were being told it was all "mostly peaceful protesting" over the drug overdose of "St. George"?

I'm 2% black. Where's my reparations?

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