01-14-2012, 08:13 PM
Oops! ... You are right.
Sorry about that!
Last edited by ABC; 01-14-2012 at 08:19 PM.
01-14-2012, 09:41 PM
Ooh! You wretch! :) ODY!
Or should I say ... Bastard! Bastard! Bastard! :D
Was only admitting to having no right to be interrupting a conversation between the two of them.
In no way, was I taking back what I said about the BB!
~ ABC :p
01-14-2012, 10:21 PM
They both get out screaming and yelling, and end up in a fist fight over who was at fault.
Then we see two women crash into each other, and they both immediately and politely try
to accept the blame and end up admiring each others shoes. :)
01-15-2012, 01:41 AM
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- Mar 2010
01-15-2012, 12:41 PM
- The informed consent requirement is not intrusive
- The transvaginal ultrasound is not mandated by the law
- The mandated transabdominal ultrasound can be waved by the patient (unlike every other informed consent requirement for surgery), especially in cases of rape or incest.
- Rape or incest accounts for less than 1% of abortions. Medical necessity (medical conditions which will have impact on the health of the mother or child) accounts for less than 6%. 93% of abortions are therefore elective.
- 70-80% of rape victims choose to carry the pregnancy to term, rather than abort.
The proof of this is the text of the law, itself. Once again:
Sec. 171.0122. VIEWING PRINTED MATERIALS AND SONOGRAM IMAGE; HEARING HEART AUSCULTATION OR VERBAL EXPLANATION.
(a) Authorizes a pregnant woman to choose not to view the printed materials provided under Section 171.012(a)(3) after she has been provided with the materials.
(b) Authorizes a pregnant woman to choose not to view the sonogram images required to be provided to and reviewed with the pregnant woman under Section 171.012(a)(4).
(c) Authorizes a pregnant woman to choose not to hear the heart auscultation required to be provided to and reviewed with the pregnant woman under Section 171.012(a)(4).
(d) Authorizes a pregnant woman to choose not to receive the verbal explanation of the results of the sonogram images under Section 171.012(a)(4)(C) if:
(1) the woman's pregnancy is a result of a sexual assault, incest, or other violation of the Penal Code that has been reported to law enforcement authorities or that has not been reported because she has a reason that she declines to reveal because she reasonably believes that to do so would put her at risk of retaliation resulting in serious bodily injury;
(2) the woman is a minor and obtaining an abortion in accordance with judicial bypass procedures under Chapter 33, Family Code; or
(3) the fetus has an irreversible medical condition or abnormality, as previously identified by reliable diagnostic procedures and documented in the woman's medical file.
In other words, every argument that you have provided has been proven false. However, you persist in repeating these falsehoods and ignoring the facts that have been presented and pretend that they don't exist, because any restriction on abortion offends your sensibilities. Instead, you pretend that it's about freedom of choice, and that every attempt to inform that choice is an infringement of it. That's absurd, and you'd know it if you stopped to think about it, but you won't.
We'll keep telling you that until it sinks it.
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