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40 Years of Legal Abortion

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All a doc has to have is admitting priveleges to a hospital and bam...he's an abortion doc. Now...find a hospital...or build one. Just like most/if not all same-day/outpatient surgery facilities must have admitting priveleges to a hospital in the event something goes awry.

Sounds like you, Delhommey and mmmbeans, have found a perfect business opportunity in Mississippi.

If I wanted to live in a religious backwater taking secret routes to work everyday to avoid fundamentalist terrorists, I would have signed up to be a contractor in Afghanistan, thanks.

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Thanks to having the religious rights dick up the Republican Party's ass deeper and deeper.

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If I wanted to live in a religious backwater taking secret routes to work everyday to avoid fundamentalist terrorists, I would have signed up to be a contractor in Afghanistan, thanks.

Tough life being a slave owner...I mean...abortionist in modern times.

amidoinitrite?

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Btw...if you're not willing to do anything about it re: opening a facility in MS that could cater to these women, quit whining about it. As I said, find one hospital that would admit from these doc's facilities and you're golden. You mean to tell me that liberals cannot build a single hospital to cater to this growing need? You'd rather force a Catholic/Baptist/whatever hospital to require they admit an abortionist.

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Uh oh. G5's getting frothy at the mouth.

Not really...mmmbean's pretty mad.

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What I agree and don't agree with is not relevant to this discussion, IMO

What a woman does with her body is her choice.

Her sins are her's to deal with in her own way.

In all fairness, it takes two people to perform that sin.

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Not really...mmmbean's pretty mad.

hahahaha... no, you're just wrong.

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In all fairness, it takes two people to perform that sin.

Agreed

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hahahaha... no, you're just wrong.

My words didn't require a shift key and a number.

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