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But somehow, something evil happened, and somehow people were brainwashed into thinking that one of the most immoral things that a person could do was somehow ok, and somehow that became law. This caused a schism between morality and the laws of man.
originally posted by: BlueAjah
a reply to: windword
They will rot in hell.
Abortion is the most evil kind of murder.
If a woman is Catholic or not, if she has murdered her own child, she is damned.
originally posted by: windword
a reply to: xuenchen
Nobody is "pro-abortion" and we're all "pro-life." Tim Kaine is "pro-choice".
Tim Kaine says he’s pro-life at home, pro-choice at work
Democratic vice-presidential nominee Sen. Tim Kaine drew a sharp line between his Catholic faith and his pro-choice political stance, as he defended himself against criticism from the party’s left that he is too conservative. The Virginia Democrat said that he has “always supported Roe v. Wade,” the U.S. Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion based on privacy rights. “I think the last thing we need is a government that intrudes upon the decision-making of women — and men, too — when it comes to matters of whether it’s abortion rights [or] contraception,” Mr. Kaine said on CNN’s “State of the Union.”
Just like Joe Biden and Nacy Pelosi, who are Catholic as well, Tim Kaine will not let his faith legislate laws or force his personal beliefs on the American people.