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For choice

May 1, 2013

Seriously, people, I am pro-choic....

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ToTEXASfromPA

May-01-13 4:47 AM

Or at least use some precautions.

So what are your thoughts on the over-the-counter, morning-after pill for 15+ year olds and what are the long-term impacts to women, physically and emotionally?

Separate issue - how do they prove they are 15?

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CarlHiller

May-01-13 5:49 AM

Yep, that's the pro-choice I can agree with.

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MrShaman

May-01-13 6:01 AM

"I believe male and female human beings have the right bestowed upon them by God to have some self-control and, by choice, refrain from sexual intimacy when they do not wish to become parents." - Jean E. Delk

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...And, if things don't work-out, as planned, (even) heathens are offered alternatives.

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See:

FDA Lowers Age For Buyers Of Plan B Pill To 15

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MrShaman

May-01-13 6:06 AM

"Or at least use some precautions.

So what are your thoughts on the over-the-counter, morning-after pill for 15+ year olds and what are the long-term impacts to women, physically and emotionally?" - ToTEXASfromPA

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"...long-term impacts..."??????

Get yourself a "little" education.

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See:

Plan B - The Morning After Pill - Emergency Contraceptive Pill

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CMReeder

May-01-13 8:06 AM

See, you all are about restraint.

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CMReeder

May-01-13 8:07 AM

Just say NO to sex!

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rmiller

May-01-13 8:15 AM

Chuck,

Your post about "being all about restraint" is ludicrous! Perhaps that same application should be made for murder, robbery, whatever......?

""...long-term impacts..."??????

Get yourself a "little" education."

Grow up, John.

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spike2

May-01-13 8:18 AM

Texas, I actually agree with you in part. I think the age should be 17.3. This would place the minor at 18 if the had a normal pregnancy. Proof should be photo I.D. and/ or other proof such as the alternate ID for a drivers license. Minors require parental signature for nearly everything else including surgery. Minors can't purchase cigarettes or obtain credit. Minors can't work if they are 15 without parental consent. I believe minors should need parental consent.

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JohnZook

May-01-13 9:18 AM

Just another attack on the "family". Can't give a student an aspirin without permission, but the morning after pill is as close as your neighborhood pharmacy. And who's responsible if there's a serious reaction to the pill? The hospital can't treat the minor child without parental consent, but the parents don't know anything about the kid having sex. Because, IT'S NONE OF THEIR BUSINESS!! Remember, it's the community's child, not the parent's. Libs, this is your country, enjoy it before it all comes down. I'm going to Texas before they succeed and clean up their mess.

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msamerica101

May-01-13 9:21 AM

Wouldn't it be wonderful if it was just that easy?

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MrShaman

May-01-13 9:26 AM

""...long-term impacts..."??????

Get yourself a "little" education.

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See:

Plan B - The Morning After Pill - Emergency Contraceptive Pill"

Grow up, John." - rmiller

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I'm workin' on it, Wally.

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MrShaman

May-01-13 9:30 AM

Texas, I actually agree with you in part. I think the age should be 17.3. This would place the minor at 18 if the had a normal pregnancy." - spike2

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What's this got-to-do with Plan B??

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MrShaman

May-01-13 9:35 AM

"Just another attack on the "family". Can't give a student an aspirin without permission, but the morning after pill is as close as your neighborhood pharmacy. And who's responsible if there's a serious reaction to the pill?" - JohnZook

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What ARE the (potential) "serious reactions" to Plan B???

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CMReeder

May-01-13 9:46 AM

Relene you are all about restraining yourself. You are for restraints.

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CMReeder

May-01-13 9:48 AM

Mr. Zook is going to run to Texas and what watch it blow up. He hammers away at choice yet decries that choices are being taken from him.

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JohnZook

May-01-13 11:24 AM

There is no choice- it's called murder of an unborn human being. And "don't mess with Texas" if you haven't been there. There are many, many Patriots there who believe in freedom. Just stay away from where? From the big cities where all the Libs live.

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MrShaman

May-01-13 11:40 AM

"And "don't mess with Texas" if you haven't been there. There are many, many Patriots there who believe in freedom." - JohnZook

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Yeah...you can tell...by all the head-shops in Austin.

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rmiller

May-01-13 11:41 AM

Mr. Zook,

I like your posts! If it wasn't spontaneous abortion, why call it plan B?

Uhhhh...duhhh

The United States of America should take notes from Texas....

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JohnZook

May-01-13 12:45 PM

Like I said, stay away from the big cities. They, like all large cities, are infestations of liberalism where there are "victims" of society who need to be enabled in their victim-hood. By giving them free benefits and encouraging them to vote to keep their "keepers" in office, they will still be victims, but will be "given their due" to correct all wrongs done to them. No racism here.....

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SteelerFan

May-01-13 1:14 PM

John Zook, Detroit is a prime example of the benefits of continually electing Liberals.

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Bufftrev1

May-01-13 1:56 PM

Hi steelers.. And Iraq is a prime example of electing republicans..

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rmiller

May-01-13 1:57 PM

John,

"Yeah...you can tell...by all the head-shops in Austin."

Speaking from personal experience John? Or, perhaps you served with the Austin Commerce of Business?

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Josh84

May-01-13 2:18 PM

Bufftrev1 May-01-13 1:56 PM****"And Iraq is a prime example of electing republicans.."

you mean by removing a tyrant who killed hundreds of thousands of his own innocent civilians, helping restore a country governed by elected leaders, and an improved infrastructure... then yeah, good example.

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eriklatranyi

May-01-13 3:41 PM

When a 15 year old, who is 9 months pregnant, consumes Plan B, what will happen to the baby?

We now see that Dr. Gosnell is not the only abortion doctor committing infanticide, we have video showing it is commonplace.

Liberals love to regulate your guns, but resist any regulation of abortion.

This is the result.....live babies being drowned in acidic solutions or having their spinal cords cut with a pair of scissors.

The true face of liberalism is on display, folks!

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eriklatranyi

May-01-13 3:41 PM

When a 15 year old, who is 9 months pregnant, consumes Plan B, what will happen to the baby?

We now see that Dr. Gosnell is not the only abortion doctor committing infanticide, we have video showing it is commonplace.

Liberals love to regulate your guns, but resist any regulation of abortion.

This is the result.....live babies being drowned in acidic solutions or having their spinal cords cut with a pair of scissors.

The true face of liberalism is on display, folks!

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