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    Re: "Jane Roe" wants Supreme Court to end abortion

    I believe that Roe v. Wade was wrongly decided and the majority opinion was not well grounded in Constitutional law, but I also fail to see how McCorvey's change of heart has any relevance to the reconsideration of the issue.
    I would also respectfully ask posters here to comment on the issue rather than the tiresome replay of FOX/CNN/Crap stirrer, et al. IMO such comments are part of the reason political discussions here may be banned.
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    Re: "Jane Roe" wants Supreme Court to end abortion

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    "New" medical evidence shows abortion does harm to a fetus???
    You think?
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    Re: "Jane Roe" wants Supreme Court to end abortion

    Quote Originally Posted by RedsBaron
    I would also respectfully ask posters here to comment on the issue rather than the tiresome replay of FOX/CNN/Crap stirrer, et al. IMO such comments are part of the reason political discussions here may be banned.
    Well said. The lady is appearing before The Supreme Court. That is newsworthy. And b/c it is Jane Roe, that is very newsworthy. If other news agencies decide not to discuss it at all... then there is your lack of credibility. Whether you are for, against or indifferent about abortion. Jane Roe before the Court... is news. Like it or not.
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    Re: "Jane Roe" wants Supreme Court to end abortion

    I'm not sure what she means in this quote:

    "I would like to see children stop being killed and women maimed and dead themselves," McCorvey said Monday on FOX News' "Hannity & Colmes."
    I mean, I get the children part. But I haven't heard anything lately about women being maimed and/or dying from abortions? There's always going to be some risk involved in any medical procedure. Is she talking about something specific?

    My initial thoughts are that claiming there is risk involved to the mother isn't enough to overturn the law. But I guess it could be enough to get the subject before the high court again. (Though I hope not.)

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    Re: "Jane Roe" wants Supreme Court to end abortion

    Quote Originally Posted by RedFanAlways1966
    Hmmmmm. When I read the WHOLE article, I noticed that she was about to appear in front of The Supreme Court (the topic of the story). That, in the minds of most people, makes it a current story. But please tell us about her and her story from the last 5 years. I am curious to hear how that is more of a story than the fact that she is about to ask The Supreme Court to change it's mind on her case from 1973. Those lower court stories are probably more interesting than a story about her and The Supreme Court.

    I am also curious to hear your opinion on how CBS and Michael Moore are all about stirring up crap. Please share.
    Who cares. Shes been suing trying to get it overturned and protesting for about the last 5 years. This is NOTHING new.

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    Re: "Jane Roe" wants Supreme Court to end abortion

    Quote Originally Posted by tom browning
    Who cares. Shes been suing trying to get it overturned and protesting for about the last 5 years. This is NOTHING new.
    I didn't see her on "Hannity & Colmes," but I'd venture a guess that people are talking to her because the anniversary of the case is coming up. (In addtion to her trying to get the decision reversed, which you're right ... that's nothing new.) The decision was handed down on Jan. 22, 1973.


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