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, Debbby88 wrote:
> Ive been debating abortion and thinking about it for nearly 8
Welcome to the club.
Have you heard the term "cognitive dissonance"?
It is used to describe the malady of living in a Pro-Choice,
Abortion on Demand, nation with the knowledge of the abortion
industry's activities and not being able to reconcile that activity
with the rest of our society's activities.
I have studied and researched this area for a long time myself,
looking for a way wto live comfortbaly in the USA with the current
legality of abortion on demand, and it just does not happen foe me.
My desire to produce for such a system is so limited because of this
I haev no desire to be associated with Pro-Choice people, and I know
after 30 years of this acitivity the possibility that I am not
somehow seeing these people in scoiety is very slim on a day to day
I think it tarnishes our entire nation so badly and makes us very
untrustworthy of our own people.
I do not even recite the Pledge of Allegiance now because it does
not ring true enough to me.
Our system is fast becoming antiquated here with this abortion on
We sing a national anthem that is over 200 years old.
Imo, we are stuck in the mud of old glory and remembrance and we are
not facing up to the realisms of today's society.
I have noticed much correlation with 1973's Supreme Court decision
and other malevents within our nation. Increased single motherhood,
more divorce, and now same-sex marriage.
Who really wants to pay taxes to such a government?