Dude, put on your reading glasses. I wrote this:
Religion and beliefs are in some people more important than air. Wars are fought over religion... And both sides claim god says they are right.
All hell has broken loose between Kitty and Clarence! They are fighting tooth and nail over ya! LOL
I saw that. He couldn't do it. It was pretty good.
That's what I was thinking too-- if you want to break the rule, how hard is it to just ask and respect the wishes of the people following the rules?
You will be the same person whether you consider yourself a Christian or not. It is your actions not your "beliefs" that matter.
I feel like this was just a lot of misunderstanding. And people just don't know how to let it go anymore.
I'm thinking there's less barbaric ways to show one belongs
Well... the prior election was called when an NDP balance-of-power refused to pass a Liberal budget, and the minority government came to an end. The NDP called the election... and lost seats giving the Liberals a majority.
We def talked of marriage way after
If you are equating faith to trust (as you like to define it yet you don't seem to live by that definition) then I trust a lot of things to various degrees depending on the evidence.
Pro fetus/ forced birth folks do not understand body autonomy
Thanks for opening the topic to discussion! :)
Call it a fetus. Call it a human being. Shoot man, call it a person or an unborn baby. I don't honestly care what someone wants to call it. What it is, PC, is not your decision to make for someone other than yourself. Do you understand that basic reasoning? The discussion of abortion is, and always will be a very personal one. You've come across as some who's put some thought into this, and I can respect that. For me, abortion is not, and never will be, my decision to make. Neither is the legal definition of "person". But more so, is that I don't feel anyone has the right to dictate what decision a woman feels is right for her body and what is inside of it. I feel so strongly about it that it effects my decisions on where I spend my money and who I vote for under certain circumstances.