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Well the knew going to be judge seems to think the BC pill and IUD are abortifacients so he can then say no "fake" Christian company or ins company can pay for those things.
 

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Its time for men to take responsibility for preventing pg and preventing the spread of STD's. They can do both with a good quality condom and it has the same effective rate as a BC pill or shot, 99%. Therefore , there would be no more unwanted pregnancies and STD's would almost be eradicated. Spread the word around, it time to men to take responsibility.

Men have no say if a woman , even a wife , gets an abortion or not.
 
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There it is again attack the source. So you give me a source, that is biased against anything conservative, calling my source biased? smh
Your web-site's lies are easily exposed...
https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/senomyxed-messages/

In April 2015, the quack web site Natural News rebeat the drum of a several-year-old contoversy by publishing a misleading article (which was republished by a number of other equally disreputable web sites) holding that major food companies such as Pepsico sell products “manufactured using the tissue of aborted human babies”:

Every time you purchase mass-produced processed “food” from the likes of Kraft, PepsiCo, or Nestle, you’re choosing, whether you realize it or not, to feed your family not only genetically engineered poisons and chemical additives, but also various flavoring agents manufactured using the tissue of aborted human babies.
It’s true: A company based out of California, known as Senomyx, is in the business of using aborted embryonic cells to test fake flavoring chemicals, both savory and sweet, which are then added to things like soft drinks, candy and cookies. And Senomyx has admittedly partnered with a number of major food manufacturers to lace its cannibalistic additives into all sorts of factory foods scarfed down by millions of American consumers every single day.​
In order to debunk that claim, we need first provide a couple of definitions:


  • Human Embryonic Kidney 293 cells, commonly known as HEK 293, are a specific cell line which, as the name denotes, were derived from the kidney cells of an aborted human embryo in 1972. This cell line is widely used in efforts such as cell biology research and biotechnology/pharmaceutical development.

  • Senomyx is a U.S.-based biotechnology company focused on “discovering and developing innovative flavor ingredients for the food, beverage, and ingredient supply industries,” primarily additives that amplify certain flavors and smells in foods
A controversy over Senomyx originated with the pro-life organization Children of God for Life back in March 2011, which maintained that Senomyx used HEK 293 in its flavor ingredient development efforts (citing a 2002 paper by company researchers published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences as evidence). That organization called for a boycott of major food companies (including Nestle, Campbell’s Soup, Kraft Foods, and PepsiCo) that had partnered with Senomyx:
Senomyx website states that “The company’s key flavor programs focus on the discovery and development of savory, sweet and salt flavor ingredients that are intended to allow for the reduction of MSG, sugar and salt in food and beverage products … Using isolated human taste receptors, we created proprietary taste receptor-based assay systems that provide a biochemical or electronic readout when a flavor ingredient interacts with the receptor.”
Senomyx notes their collaborators provide them research and development funding plus royalties on sales of products using their flavor ingredients.
“What they do not tell the public is that they are using HEK 293 — human embryonic kidney cells taken from an electively aborted baby to produce those receptors,” stated Debi Vinnedge, Executive Director for Children of God for Life, a pro-life watch dog group that has been monitoring the use of aborted fetal material in medical products and cosmetics for years.
“They could have easily chosen COS (monkey) cells, Chinese Hamster Ovary cells, insect cells or other morally obtained human cells expressing the G protein for taste receptors,” Vinnedge added.​
It’s important to note here that — whatever one might think of fetal stem cell research in general, and regardless of whether or not Senomyx uses HEK 293-derived cells in its development efforts — neither Pepsi nor any other U.S. food company is actually manufacturing or selling any consumable products “that are actually made using the cell tissue of unborn babies that were murdered through abortion.” What we’re talking about here is a cell line derived from a single (healthy, aborted) fetus over forty years ago: claiming that current food products employing flavorings derived from research based on the HEK 293 cell line “are actually made using the cell tissue of unborn babies” is like saying that possessing a digitized image of a photocopy of a picture of a Beethoven manuscript is the same as “owning a document in Beethoven’s own handwriting” — the original is not present in substance, only in a multi-generational, representational form.​
https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/senomyxed-messages/
 
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There it is again attack the source. So you give me a source, that is biased against anything conservative, calling my source biased? smh
LOL, do you expect people to just stupidly believe stuff off agitprop sites? Apparently so. That's why gullible guys, like yourself, constantly buy into ridiculous conspiracy theories. Pizzagate, Jade Helm 15, Obama becoming "dictator" theories, etc. It's pathetic, and it's all RW hogwash.

Smart people have learned certain sources cannot be trusted, it's that simple.
 
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Oh well there you have it, women who brutally have their children cut up, and ripped from the womb, are safer.
Actually partial birth abortion was endorsed by ancient Hebrews because they considered the woman's life as more valuable than an unborn child. Guess what Jesus was and what he never condemned? A HEBREW! And he never condemned partial birth abortions, of which as a practicing Rabbi he'd have been familiar with. The Mishnah from the "oral Torah" advocates partial birth abortions to save mothers from dangerous childbirths.

Besides, the Bible is pro-abortion, Numbers 5:11-28, anyway. Maybe you should actually read it sometime, instead of advocating your anti-Biblical viewpoint.

Jewish Views on Partial Birth Abortion | My Jewish Learning
Judaism and abortion - Wikipedia
 
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SNOPES? bwa ha ha ha
lol.

Moron.

https://www.factcheck.org/2018/03/meme-falsely-claims-exposed-snopes-com/\

Meme Falsely Claims We ‘Exposed’ Snopes.com
By D'Angelo Gore
Posted on March 6, 2018
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Q: Did FactCheck.org expose Snopes.com as an “extremely liberal propaganda site”?
A: No. That false claim was made in a meme circulating online.
FULL QUESTION

A Facebook post states that your org found that snopes was biased in favor of liberal points of view and untrustworthy. Is that true? Did you make this claim and if so, what is that claim based upon?
FULL ANSWER
In 2009, we addressed Snopes.com’s alleged political bias and wrote that we found the website’s work to be “solid and well-documented,” and that its articles appeared “utterly poker-faced” when tackling rumors about Democratic and Republican politicians.
We also noted at the time: “We even link to Snopes.com when it’s appropriate rather than reinvent the wheel ourselves, which we consider high praise.”
At no point did we ever “expose” the myth-busting website as “an extremely liberal propaganda site with an agenda to discredit anything that appears to be conservative.”
That false claim was made in a meme that began circulating on Facebook and other platforms in February. Several of our readers have asked us about it.
The meme says that Snopes.com has been “busted” as a “100% fake fact-checking site,” and that the Democratic National Committee and hedge fund billionaire George Soros have been “exposed” as its “clients.” It also features two photos purportedly showing the “Snopes CEO” meeting with Soros, who has long supported Democratic candidates and causes.
But David Mikkelson, the founder and executive editor of Snopes.com, is not in either photo. One shows Soros shaking hands with Gordon Bajnai, an economist and former prime minister of Hungary from 2009 to 2010, and the other photo shows Soros with Andrew Baron, the son of the late trial lawyer and Democratic fundraiser Fred Baron.
The meme also falsely claims that “Snopes has no employees,” when it actually has 10 editors and writers, according to its staff page. The website has posted its sources of fundingonline as well, and there is no mention of the DNC or Soros.
The otherwise bogus meme managed to get one thing right, though.
Snopes.com is one of several organizations working with Facebook to help identify and label false stories flagged by readers on the social media network.
FactCheck.org is participating in the same fact-checking initiative.
 
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Of course! From now on I will be a brain dead supporter of the baby killing machine known as the democrat party, and only believe what rachell maddow tells me on MSNBC,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,NOT:lol::lol::lol::lol:
Fuck off troll.
 
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There it is again attack the source. So you give me a source, that is biased against anything conservative, calling my source biased? smh
The above was posted by Braveheart today...

And then just a few hours later with a complete failure to recognize any irony, Braveheart also posted:
SNOPES? bwa ha ha ha
There are tons of other articles out there talking about how stupid the claim your site is making actually is.
Biotech's Fear Factor
Are Aborted Fetus Cells Helping to Make Your Diet Pepsi Sweeter?
Why One Oklahoma Senator Thinks There Are Fetuses in Your Food - The Atlantic
 
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