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    Default Abortions still available

    In June I was in a womens clinic in Managua, I will not mention the name of this particular clinic, but its a very well known and large one. On their price board they still offer abortions, cost 4000 cordobas. A law may be in place but with no one enforcing laws in Nicaragua and the police to busy pulling over cars to supplement their salaries, laws just get thrown out the window.

    I am kind of happy that this is still available to women that chose it, and I thought that it being up on the board was kind of interesting.

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    Default Amen Brother!

    Quote Originally Posted by 3 frijoles View Post
    I am kind of happy that this is still available to women that chose it, and I thought that it being up on the board was kind of interesting.
    Amen!
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    Just like many other laws here, enforced at convenience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3 frijoles View Post
    In June I was in a womens clinic in Managua, I will not mention the name of this particular clinic, but its a very well known and large one. On their price board they still offer abortions, cost 4000 cordobas. A law may be in place but with no one enforcing laws in Nicaragua and the police to busy pulling over cars to supplement their salaries, laws just get thrown out the window.

    I am kind of happy that this is still available to women that chose it, and I thought that it being up on the board was kind of interesting.
    So killing defendless baby is o key?

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    An ounce of PREVENTION is worth a hell of a lot of heartaches later on, my first wife had one before we met and did not get over it....
    To be called a "Has Been" I must surmise, is much Greater than to be called a "Nevah Been"... JW...



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    Quote Originally Posted by gen08 View Post
    So killing defendless baby is o key?
    It is.

    There are too many people on this planet and the resouces are not here to provide for anyone who simply wants to **** and take the chance that there may be another human being to suck up resources.

    Get real and think about the future and this planets resources.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Corn Tom View Post
    It is.

    There are too many people on this planet and the resouces are not here to provide for anyone who simply wants to **** and take the chance that there may be another human being to suck up resources.

    Get real and think about the future and this planets resources.
    How about prevention, adoption?
    This site is not to discuss such a inhumane problem, I just voiced what I belive and you voiced your opinion.

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    So I guess I know I am not wanted when I am born with a coathanger in my ear?
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    Default I am not sure what your point is but ...

    Quote Originally Posted by gen08 View Post
    How about prevention, adoption?
    This site is not to discuss such a inhumane problem, I just voiced what I belive and you voiced your opinion.
    Prevention is a great philosophy ....

    How much imagination does it take to realize that there are too many people on this planet?

    How many girls do you see carrying a baby on their hip in Nicaragua?

    Nicaragua cannot sustain all of these babies and neither can this planet!
    Life's different here ... It's a whole 'nother pace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Plain John Wayne View Post
    So I guess I know I am not wanted when I am born with a coathanger in my ear?
    Probably shouldn't admit but I had a good laugh on this one, sorry
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    Don't be sorry Dan, I laughed like hell when I first heard it.....

    BTW I like your getting involved with the political $hit....You seem very unbiased, unlike me.....Born and Elephant and will die an Elephant.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Plain John Wayne View Post
    Don't be sorry Dan, I laughed like hell when I first heard it.....

    BTW I like your getting involved with the political $hit....You seem very unbiased, unlike me.....Born and Elephant and will die an Elephant.....

    Born an elephant with a coathanger in your ear?:LMAO:
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    Let's call him Horton.

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