ocean to ocean
I'm going to make this violently quick: I just pulled into Santa Monica at 3am after six days of driving and stealing internet from some poor soul by the beach. Everyone have a fabulous Independence Day regardless of our current government!
Posted by Ian Williams at June 30, 2005 11:55 PM
Sean, Mom and Michelle around our nation's bicentennial, 1976
Heh. I don't know if that was 76, but Mom looks pretty good in that pic. Of course, I'm now a couple years older than she was in 76...
Elizabeth Montgomery? Not seeing it. She had long brown hair up until a bit before this pic was taken, and has almost always worn glasses, and I don't remember that hairstyle at all ...
Elizabeth Montgomer? I can sort of see it.
Calm down, Tanya. It ain't all about your uterus. To those of you who want to "feel better" by giving up on your country, go ahead. The grown-ups are running things now. We'll keep you safe, even through all your sneering.
'Tis a shame that Robert Bork is too old to be renominated.
Your uterus neither is now nor ever has been an issue. The right to procreate is still a woman's choice. Do it or don't. But you must recognize that if you become pregnant, then you must choose whether or irrevocably terminate human life growing within you. You can attempt to carry the fetus to term or you can choose to abort it. But please don't try to flummox us with this inane drivel about control over your uterus or a right to choose. What is yours is yours.
I can guarantee you that noone who holds conservative views about this issue EVER thinks any more about your uterus than you did when you conceived. This issue centers on whether you have the right to correct the problem by voluntarily aborting the fetus. I think you do have that right--unconditionally--although I think you should not exercise it without having a far better reason for doing so than uterus protection..