New tone! Why the shrieking hatred? Gov. Dalrymple (R-N.D.) signed legislation banning some abortions today.

More from The Washington Times:

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Gov. Jack Dalrymple signed legislation Tuesday that that would make North Dakota the nation’s most restrictive state on abortion rights, banning the procedure if a fetal heartbeat can be detected — something that can happen as early as six weeks into a pregnancy.

The Republican governor also signed into law another measure that makes North Dakota the first to ban abortions based on genetic defects such as Down syndrome, and a measure that requires a doctor who performs abortions to be a physician with hospital-admitting privileges.

Others weren’t as pleased, and they took to Twitter to spew some hate. Ah, the tolerance!

Living people? You mean like the ones with a heartbeat?

https://twitter.com/heatherjoyj/status/316584367264780289

What is inhumane and barbaric is deciding that some lives aren’t worth living. In ancient Sparta, babies who were thought to be “defective” were left on a mountainside to die. Alone. We’ve come a long way, huh? That repugnant line of thinking isn’t new to pro-aborts. Author Virginia Ironside once said that adopted children would probably rather be dead and that a “loving” mother would smother an “unfit” child with a pillow anyway. Aborting a “defective” child is an act of a loving mother, she claimed.

And I think that if I were a mother of a suffering child, I would be the first to want I mean a deeply suffering child I would be the first one to put a pillow over its head. I would with any suffering thing and I think the difference is that my feeling of horror suffering is many greater than my feeling of getting rid of a couple of cells because suffering can go on for years.

Horrible.

https://twitter.com/BecomingBailey/status/316633233083211776

You mean like President Obama? The hate continued.

https://twitter.com/APBBlue/status/316586597283921921

https://twitter.com/hollyahag/status/316589804529778688

https://twitter.com/UnseenPerfidy/status/316587385116819456

https://twitter.com/highfieldhannah/status/316597432144232448

Lovely. But not surprising from someone who doesn’t value life. The governor, and other pro-lifers, know that life is a precious gift and that all life, even life that pro-aborts so grossly deem “defective” has a value that can never be fully measured.

Court battles are sure to ensue. But, in the meantime, score one for life and for the innocent unborn in North Dakota.

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  • Love of Country

    [email protected]

    Fuck you, Jack Dalrymple. FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK Y
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Translation ….. abortion is good for thee ….. but not for me.
    Too many people who were not aborted think abortion is the cat’s pajamas …. fools!

    • Canadian in USA

      [email protected]

      Fuck you, Jack Dalrymple. FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK
      YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK Y
      ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

      You know, these leftists give such convincing arguments. (/sarc)

    • Canadian in USA

      [email protected]

      Fuck you, Jack Dalrymple. FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK
      YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK Y
      ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

      You know, these leftists give such convincing arguments. (/sarc)

    • SpinMeNot

      Why do i have scenes from Mel Brook’s “History of the World Pt. 1” flashing through my mind…

      “De Moh-nay …”

    • SpinMeNot

      Why do i have scenes from Mel Brook’s “History of the World Pt. 1” flashing through my mind…

      “De Moh-nay …”

    • RedSoloCup

      Zack forgot to add “and this is why I still live in mom’s basement.”

  • http://www.vatican.va/ Rulz

    “North Dakota is trending.”

    No doubt because the left-wing media wants out-of-state pressure to get ND to back down.

    You’d think they’d be nicer to a state that elected a democrat Senator.

    I think North Dakotans everywhere should keep this mind next time Heidi Heitkamp’s term is up.

    GOP 2014

  • http://www.facebook.com/138900508 Patrick Dennehy

    *Standing Ovation* ND, good show

    • SpinMeNot

      So, my old brain had to process your comment twice, the first time I read it, my brain thought it said “Standing Ovulation!”

      Which would have been brilliant, but I shall give credit for it regardless.

      *hat-tip*

      • ML

        HA HA I thought that too!

      • ML

        HA HA I thought that too!

      • http://www.facebook.com/138900508 Patrick Dennehy

        /sigh such a wasted opportunity. I wasn’t in the proper witty mind frame. Now I want to edit it and pretend you were just confused but ML is now a secondary witness, so my plans have been foiled :)
        p.s. I LOL’d

        • SpinMeNot

          “Curses, foiled again!”

    • SpinMeNot

      So, my old brain had to process your comment twice, the first time I read it, my brain thought it said “Standing Ovulation!”

      Which would have been brilliant, but I shall give credit for it regardless.

      *hat-tip*

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/YJ5G3N25JBSWDNFKBTXEVLR4NU Walt

    On behalf of future unborn children, thank you Gov Dalrymple.

  • Rafael Eduardo Peña-Rios Riber

    why, god why dont they use a condom!
    you have enough money to spend on a biological precedure, why not a pice of rubber and lube?

    • NRPax

      Because that involves actually taking charge of your life which is apparently racist, sexist and mean. Go figure.

    • http://www.facebook.com/138900508 Patrick Dennehy

      Why don’t they just pull out??

      Answer – my personal momentary gratification supersedes my personal responsibility, the potential life of a child, and my ‘lovers’ physical and emotional well being.

      • http://www.facebook.com/luke.givens.963 Luke Givens

        Pulling out is not a particularly effective form of birth control. But that you, a grown man with a university education would even post such drivel is all the proof one needs about the need for better sex education in schools, so, thanks… I guess.

        • TomJB

          Yes, by all means, lets put people in charge of teaching sex to our children when they can’t even manage to teach basic reading, writing, and math over a 12 year span. What could possibly go wrong!

        • TomJB

          Yes, by all means, lets put people in charge of teaching sex to our children when they can’t even manage to teach basic reading, writing, and math over a 12 year span. What could possibly go wrong!

        • http://www.facebook.com/138900508 Patrick Dennehy

          Luke are you EVER right about ANYTHING? The one thing, I will agree with, is that sex-ed in public schools IS a complete and utter failure, you are right about that…

          Know your women’s ovulation cycle and pull out; 99.9% effective.

          sex study shows pull withdrawal method rivals condoms

        • http://www.facebook.com/138900508 Patrick Dennehy

          Luke are you EVER right about ANYTHING? The one thing, I will agree with, is that sex-ed in public schools IS a complete and utter failure, you are right about that…

          Know your women’s ovulation cycle and pull out; 99.9% effective.

          sex study shows pull withdrawal method rivals condoms

      • http://www.facebook.com/luke.givens.963 Luke Givens

        Pulling out is not a particularly effective form of birth control. But that you, a grown man with a university education would even post such drivel is all the proof one needs about the need for better sex education in schools, so, thanks… I guess.

  • Lamontyoubigdummy

    So…to sum up…

    YOU CAN’T LEGALLY OWN GUNS AND YOU CAN’T TAKE AWAY OUR RIGHT TO MURDER BABIES WITH HEARTBEATS!!!! – Signed, Democrat Party

    Read that a few times. Let it sink in nice and deep.

    • Canadian in USA

      Now I’ve got a headache. :S

    • Canadian in USA

      Now I’ve got a headache. :S

    • SpaceRacer423

      its actually surprisingly consistent when you think about it:
      no one is allowed to defend themselves from a murdering lib.

      • 3seven77

        Yep. That’s pretty much their whole philosophy in a nutshell.

    • SpaceRacer423

      its actually surprisingly consistent when you think about it:
      no one is allowed to defend themselves from a murdering lib.

    • lcky9

      yep that’s their stand and they don’t care what anyone says cause what THEY think is right..

    • DixieAngel_76

      Isn’t it ironic how they fail to see the hypocrisy?

    • DixieAngel_76

      Isn’t it ironic how they fail to see the hypocrisy?

  • camnpat

    “fuck you, Dalrymple and all the nd repub who passed those bills. They’re
    foolish, they make us look foolish and hurt living people—
    spacey (@space_aged) March 26, 2013”

    And yet North Dakota is one of the few places economically booming in the country, businesses are paying twice or more above minimum wage, and the real state market is all but full, while most of the rest of the country is the opposite. But apparently prosperity and common sense “hurts living people”.

    I wish more States were as “foolish” as ND.

    • almarquardt

      As a NoDakian, I am proud of our foolishness! Those people can keep hating us. That means they will never move here, and we can certainly live without them (both born an unborn).

      • Squirrel!

        Until your governor signed this, my state had just become the state with the most restrictive abortion standards. Of course, our governor (D that he is) vetoed the bill. The state legislature turned around & overrode that veto. Proud of your governor there. Wish I could say the same about mine here. Of course, that’s subject to change in 2014! Hope it does, and I hope more states will get on board & do something similar.

        • lcky9

          I think this is a fair law .. it DOESN’T take away the right to choice it just makes that choice something that has to be done right away,..,

          • Squirrel!

            I agree! When they passed the fetal pain bill here the Gov wouldn’t sign it because he said it was unconstitutional. Ummmm, it didn’t ban abortion, and when the next bill restricting abortion to a certain time frame came up, he again said he wouldn’t sign it because he said it was unconstitutional. Again, it didn’t ban abortion. Abortion is heartless any way you look at it, but to be okay with burning the skin off of a 5 month old fetus & claiming “unconstitutional” is completely heartless & sickening! My governor here disgusts me, and those of his ilk disgust me!

          • lcky9

            must live in IL like me..lol

          • Squirrel!

            Fortunately & THANKFULLY, NO, I don’t!! I’m a PROUD Southerner & always will be!! 😉

          • lcky9

            wish I did I hate it up here..

          • Squirrel!

            Well, come on down! I don’t blame you & my sympathies are with you & anyone else who may be stuck.

          • lcky9

            must live in IL like me..lol

      • lcky9

        My great grandparents came from Fargo ND had a farm.. it was a wonderful place to raise a large family (which they had),, winters a little to COLD and LONG for me..lol..

        • camnpat

          I know what you mean. I lived in MN for several years. 😉

        • almarquardt

          We like to say it’s the cold winters that keep the riff-raff away. Not that I’m saying you’re riff-raff . . . :)

          • lcky9

            I’m not I assure U.,. my grandmothers maiden name was Marquardt wonder if we are related?? lol Her father last know address was at a hospital in MN another COLD state..lol…

          • lcky9

            I’m not I assure U.,. my grandmothers maiden name was Marquardt wonder if we are related?? lol Her father last know address was at a hospital in MN another COLD state..lol…

    • RedSoloCup

      I wonder how many of these Twitter Tards reside in either Kalifornia or New York…

    • Lady 12

      I was thinking how they don’t need anyone to make them look foolish.

    • DixieAngel_76

      Amen, and too bad ‘looneyfornia’ where I’m stuck isn’t more like it. Was going to move to CO, but thinking now that I’d rather retire in ND. Thank you, Governor!

  • camnpat

    “fuck you, Dalrymple and all the nd repub who passed those bills. They’re
    foolish, they make us look foolish and hurt living people—
    spacey (@space_aged) March 26, 2013”

    And yet North Dakota is one of the few places economically booming in the country, businesses are paying twice or more above minimum wage, and the real state market is all but full, while most of the rest of the country is the opposite. But apparently prosperity and common sense “hurts living people”.

    I wish more States were as “foolish” as ND.

  • http://twitter.com/jimni27 Jimni27

    I don’t want to argue pro choice or pro life here because I am personally pro life but sympathize to a point with pro choice. Having said that, 6 weeks- to a woman who is finding herself pregnant, doesn’t really have a lot of time to make up her mind what to do, because most women find out at 6-8 weeks that they are pregnant. I’m afraid with a law like this, a woman can jump the gun and make the “wrong” decision- whether to keep or abort.

    • http://www.facebook.com/joseph.a.white.16 Joseph A White

      Tough. There is no “decision” to make. Abortion is murder, after all. From the time of conception.

    • http://www.facebook.com/joseph.a.white.16 Joseph A White

      Tough. There is no “decision” to make. Abortion is murder, after all. From the time of conception.

    • conservativemomma

      On one hand should I kill by baby…on the other hand should I kill my baby. That is Pro choice

    • conservativemomma

      On one hand should I kill by baby…on the other hand should I kill my baby. That is Pro choice

    • http://www.facebook.com/138900508 Patrick Dennehy

      Is it illegal to cross state lines to get an abortion? Serious question. Point being, they can just drive to SD or Minn if it really becomes that big an issue for them

      • almarquardt

        I don’t believe it is. The anger towards ND and Dalrymple proves in part that the whole issue is about “convenience,” nothing more or less. Which makes abortion all the more heinous.

      • http://twitter.com/jimni27 Jimni27

        That’s a great point. I think Andra is right. I did a quick google and the two articles I read said it was legal with parental consent if they are underage.

    • aegean1

      The “wrong” decision is to have sex without thinking of the possible consequences of that action (protected or not) and either abstaining or accepting that responsibility. That’s when the decision is made, not weeks/months later when she discovers she’s pregnant.

      • http://twitter.com/jimni27 Jimni27

        Like I said in my first post, I don’t want to argue Pro Choice or Pro Life. Just this particular part about the 6-8 week period for people who chose to abort.

        • waltzingmtilda

          I will admit when I heard about this law I thought “Wow, that’s early. A lot of women don’t even know at 6 weeks.”

      • Mina Larsen

        Because you can’t get pregnant if you are raped?

        • aegean1

          Yes, that’s exactly what I said. /sarc

          We weren’t talking about rape specifically, but okay. Yeah, you can, does that mean you should murder the child because the father was a jackass?

  • http://twitter.com/jimni27 Jimni27

    I don’t want to argue pro choice or pro life here because I am personally pro life but sympathize to a point with pro choice. Having said that, 6 weeks- to a woman who is finding herself pregnant, doesn’t really have a lot of time to make up her mind what to do, because most women find out at 6-8 weeks that they are pregnant. I’m afraid with a law like this, a woman can jump the gun and make the “wrong” decision- whether to keep or abort.

  • stellatruman

    I particularly love the comment about the governor having ” blood on his hands ” that is rich. If people started thinking about babies as babies and not a reproductive choice, they might just see what pro-lifers already know

    • waltzingmtilda

      I know, that one was especially mind-blowing.

    • Michael Morris

      No, it said that he had “bloond on his hands.” I’m not entirely sure, but I think that was a mistype of blonde.

  • stellatruman

    I particularly love the comment about the governor having ” blood on his hands ” that is rich. If people started thinking about babies as babies and not a reproductive choice, they might just see what pro-lifers already know

  • Mapache

    Of course all those who don’t like it could move to Colorado. Some Colorado residents will be looking for new homes also.

  • Mapache

    Of course all those who don’t like it could move to Colorado. Some Colorado residents will be looking for new homes also.

  • ML

    Good for North Dakota! I’ve been looking for somewhere to move to in that area…hmmm…

    And you know, this is easily solvable. If you don’t want children, don’t get pregnant. Has no one given these women a talk on personal responsibility??

    • lcky9

      they are to busy in the schools teaching them the lefts values which are NONE.. they teach them it’s their right to have sex than if they get pregnant it’s their right to get rid of it.. they don’t teach them about responsibility..love.. loyalty or for that matter much beyond which position is best..

  • http://twitter.com/KahNayNay KahNayNay

    This law was passed to purposefully get to SCOTUS to overturn Roe v Wade.
    I like the way ND voters think. Good Job, North Dakota.

  • Kevin

    “Redefining when life starts”? because it’s only OK to redefine if it supports your leftest agenda. I guess the redefinition of Roe v Wade’s redefinition is upsetting.

    • aegean1

      Heh, who would have guessed that saying life starts when there’s a heartbeat would be be a redefinition? Seems like a no brainer, buuuut look who we’re talking about.

      • Hiraghm

        When was there ever a point when life DIDN’T exist? If not the fetus, then the fertilized egg, the sperm and unfertilized egg, the mother of course. I thought we’d established that life began (at least on Earth) about 3 billion years ago?

    • Well Done

      Yes, I caught that, as well. “redefining” means the start of life was previously defined. That means it’s not really scientific at all, merely an argument of convenience. Turns out Roe v Wade “defined” life as beginning at birth. Nowadays, the idiot left pretend that is “Science”(TM). I’m getting kinda fed up with the left’s stupidity. And arrogance. And ill manners. And ignorance.

    • http://www.facebook.com/138900508 Patrick Dennehy

      You know when the plaintiff in the case doesn’t agree with the ruling and states she was manipulated and lied to…the law may need to be revisited

      Norma Leah McCorvey (Jane Roe) is now a pro-life activist

  • keithmh113

    thank you Gov. D.

    Amazing how many people think they cannot be a person unless they deny the personhood of someone else. I wonder if slave owners felt they weren’t real people unless they were able to deny blacks were people too.

  • RedSoloCup

    Aww poor babies! Get used to it, losers.

  • almarquardt

    I dare any one of those people to walk up to a family with a Down Syndrome child and say, “How dare you give that child life! You should have killed it in the womb! It would have been better off dead!”

    All this from the same people who tell us not to judge a person’s choices in life. If they were truly “Pro-Choice,” then they would have no argument against an entire state choosing to pass laws that chooses life (and believe me, most of ND is cheering Dalrymple and our legislature right now).

    • DixieAngel_76

      And so are some of California’s last sane citizens. Believe me, we as a group are growing smaller by the day!

  • http://www.everydaytrish.com/ Trish

    No one is taking a woman’s choice away. That choice happens when you decide to have sex. If you’re not prepared for those consequences, keep your legs shut. End of story.

    • http://www.facebook.com/138900508 Patrick Dennehy

      *high five*

    • lcky9

      ahh but hormones don’t always help out with that.. just like YOUTH .. hormones are wasted on the young,,:)

    • Well Done

      I’ve always said that, Trish. If it’s her body for the abortion, whose body was it when she got pregnant? Was it lent out for the weekend? To whom?

    • waltzingmtilda

      Agreed.

    • Mina Larsen

      The philosophical argument goes like this: A woman ceases to be an independent person when she becomes pregnant (aka she gave up her rights when she decided to have sex). She is merely a womb on legs. Any conflict of interest between her and the fetus would automatically be solved in favor of the fetus. Picture a pregnant woman with three children. Due to complications she will die if she carries through with the pregnancy, although the doctors will be able to save her baby. If we accept the fetus’ supreme rights over its ‘carrier’ (the pregnant woman) the choice is simple. The woman must die in order to save the fetus.

      Some people would argue that it is more important to save the woman’s life as she is a mother of three. Which is more evil, to sacrifice the mother or the fetus?

      • vphilly

        Soooo, what soap opera did you snatch that plotline from? Does that mother of three also have amnesia or an evil twin?

        • Hannah Bemel

          This actually happens. My mother’s family raised her cousin because the doctors had to choose. Mom or fetus. They chose the fetus. Where was Dad many may ask. Killed in war.

      • vphilly

        Soooo, what soap opera did you snatch that plotline from? Does that mother of three also have amnesia or an evil twin?

      • Paladin

        A more accurate philosophical argument would be: When a woman becomes pregnant, she is now responsible for another person whose life is directly linked with hers. If the rare life or death decision comes up, the decision should be made to preserve life. If there is a choice between the life of the mother and the life of the baby, then that would be a difficult choice for a mother to make.

        To say that a baby has a right to life is not the same as saying “the fetus has supreme rights over its ‘carrier’.” It’s the same as saying a mother shouldn’t murder her child because she doesn’t want it.

      • Paladin

        A more accurate philosophical argument would be: When a woman becomes pregnant, she is now responsible for another person whose life is directly linked with hers. If the rare life or death decision comes up, the decision should be made to preserve life. If there is a choice between the life of the mother and the life of the baby, then that would be a difficult choice for a mother to make.

        To say that a baby has a right to life is not the same as saying “the fetus has supreme rights over its ‘carrier’.” It’s the same as saying a mother shouldn’t murder her child because she doesn’t want it.

      • http://whatandever.blogspot.com/ Osumashi Kinyobe

        What total tripe this post is. A mother is not a “carrier” and the maternal mortality in Western nations has never been lower.

        Of course, knowing that means you would have to have done research and accepted the findings of people who know what they are talking about.

        Furthermore, as neither you nor anyone else can set the standard for humanity, you can cut the “fetus supreme rights” crap. It’s inflammatory and not at all based in fact or logic. You can put it in the same place as you would the life and death scenarios pro-abortionists trot out whenever they have no facts.

        • Hannah Bemel

          I’m just guessing, but it would seem that maternal mortality rates would be lower in countries that permit abortion under certain circumstances.

      • Hiraghm

        Irrelevant. It is not a choice of whose rights are superior to the other’s. The woman could abort the fetus if it threatened her life, just as any homeowner could abort a burglar the instant he threatened the homeowner’s life.

    • http://www.facebook.com/luke.givens.963 Luke Givens

      Ah, a nuanced and intelligent argument from someone who has clearly thought through all the possible issues on this (victims of rape, severe genetic deformations that will die soon after birth anyways, health or life of the mother in danger) Of course that’s all poppycock and it just comes down to women too stupid to keep their legs shut! Thanks for your contribution to the intelligence of humankind, ma’am.

      • http://whatandever.blogspot.com/ Osumashi Kinyobe

        Do shut up. If pro-abortionists truly cared, they spend all of their resources treating patients instead of aborting the disabled and the – ahem- blacker of the population.

        What is the maternal mortality rate of countries with restrictive abortion laws? Did you look that up?

        • Hiraghm

          If pro abortionists really cared, instead of pushing for free birth control, they’d be pushing to spay or neuter their teenagers. It’s the caring choice, after all. Much cheaper than buying BC all their lives.

          • http://whatandever.blogspot.com/ Osumashi Kinyobe

            I’m sure they see people as animals, anyway.

      • Hiraghm

        How many fetuses have raped women?
        Steven Hawking, one of the greatest scientific minds since Einstein, should have been dead 30 years ago. He’s literally helpless, physically. And he’s funny looking. Hey! Just like a fetus! Let’s abort him.

        If they’ll die soon after birth anyway, why go to the trouble of aborting them? Nothing about human life is 100 percent certain.

        Of course the baby can be aborted if the actual, physical life of the mother is in immediate danger. It’s called “self defense”.

    • DixieAngel_76

      That’s what I’ve always said. *Hat tip*!

    • DixieAngel_76

      That’s what I’ve always said. *Hat tip*!

  • Squirrel!

    If it saves just one child’s life…. You go Gov. Dalrymple!!

    • TocksNedlog

      Nonononono — that phrase is ONLY to be used in support of disarming law-abiding citizens!

  • Well Done

    As usual, the left wax hysterical and ruff-and-tuff when it’s an issue they can not win by simple logic and considered argument. Since emotion is all they have, they react to disagreement with… emotion. The idea that life begins at birth has been put forth as “science”(TM). Without knowing it, the left have proven time and again that science has been corrupted. By them.

    • http://www.facebook.com/138900508 Patrick Dennehy

      It’s funny because the science doesn’t even support their claim. Unique DNA at the moment of conception = case closed.

      • Hiraghm

        ABSOLUTELY.

      • AMSilver

        I remember waaaay back in high school biology, reading the scientific definition of what constituted a living organism. I don’t remember all the specifics, and it seems like the left has been actively trying to scrub info like this from the field of science since I haven’t found it again in cursory internet searches, but it included things like: obtains nourishment, moves, grows, is capable (at some point) of reproduction. A ‘fetus’ fits all of those criteria. It is clearly alive.

  • Michael Rice

    Pro choice….except when it comes to guns, schools, unions, etc…

  • Sandor at the Zoo

    Good thing for these twits that eugenics-based abortions weren’t around when they were gestating.

  • GoSellCrazySomeplaceElse

    Wow, liberals are serious about killing their babies.

  • TocksNedlog

    The innocent die while they guilty live.
    Welcome to moral relativism.

  • TocksNedlog

    Molly McIsaac: “YAY REDEFINING WHEN LIFE STARTS.”
    — Which shows that A) This girl loves Roe v. Wade; and
    B) This girl has never actually read Roe v. Wade.

  • Mina Larsen

    I don’t think either sides are especially endearing. I can understand the view that all human life is sacred even if I don’t agree. Can the people who rant about “baby killers” understand a pro choice point of view? Mind you, I find the “bible bashing women hater” ranters equally disgusting. Could we not agree that this is a difficult question either you are pro life or pro choice?

    • almarquardt

      No, because there are absolutes in life. Murder is wrong, rape is wrong, and burglary is wrong, to mention a few examples. It’s all this moral relativism that is literally killing us. Plus it’s not as though we can’t understand the other side’s point of view; we simply and vehemantly disagree with it.

    • almarquardt

      No, because there are absolutes in life. Murder is wrong, rape is wrong, and burglary is wrong, to mention a few examples. It’s all this moral relativism that is literally killing us. Plus it’s not as though we can’t understand the other side’s point of view; we simply and vehemantly disagree with it.

    • Hiraghm

      I’m pro choice. I’m anti-rape, which is pro choice. A woman should be able to choose whether or not to perform that act whose function is to create a child.

  • Dee M.

    Add ND to the Bible belt? I’m proud to live in the Bible belt and would gladly trade our liberal governor for one with morals and a backbone. God bless you, Gov. Dalrymple. Yours truly, a “Bible thumper.”

  • http://twitter.com/terseobserver DL

    It’s good to see thoughtful consideration of opposing perspectives.

  • http://twitter.com/terseobserver DL

    It’s good to see thoughtful consideration of opposing perspectives.

  • Laura Jensen

    Looks like most of the comments are from women who have no children and, wait for it… men? I find it entirely not ironic those are the demographics against this ban. Children are not disposable, why do they not understand that. If you don’t want to be burdened with a pregnancy use some birth control, after all, I’m paying for it now.

    • Hiraghm

      How about restraint instead? Is everyone’s natural sex addiction so strong anymore that they cannot live without getting it on?

  • Kevin Roe

    @zachmoney sure as a way with words, doesn’t he?

  • http://Twitter.com/jkerrysforehead John Kerry’s Forehead

    Pro-Life
    Anti-Life
    Pro-Abortion
    Anti-Abortion
    Pro-Death Penalty
    Anti-Death Penalty
    Pro-Gun Rights
    Anti-Gun Right

    My head hurts. Is anyone who is anti-abortion but pro-death penalty? Or vice versa?

    • SpinMeNot

      i am anti-abortion and pro-death penalty. An unborn child is innocence personified. A murderer, rapist, someone that sells dope to children, career criminals that commit crime after crime after crime … why should I pay to support them in prison, when they are incapable of honoring the social contract.

      One has no choice the other has made a choice to harm others. It really is that simple.

      • http://www.facebook.com/138900508 Patrick Dennehy

        Spin, how people do not understand this distinction, is beyond me. It seems to be the most basic logical argument, one should just arrive at automatically.

    • Hiraghm

      I am anti-abortion and pro death-penalty.
      My position on abortion is one of equal rights. If a woman can kill a human being because s/he’s funny looking and an inconvenience, then I should be able to do the same thing with my funny looking inconvenient neighbor.

      I’m pro death penalty because it’s one way to ensure that certain crimes are never repeated.

    • HuandaRulz

      How can you compare or mix this issues? In one hand you have an innocent, pure being, unable to commit a crime and on the other one you have somebody that has knowingly and willfully kill other(s) human beings.

  • http://www.lidsamy.com/ Lidsamy

    I love how he limited the practice to physicians with admitting privileges.

  • minnesota fats

    According to the census, we as a nation since 1990 executed about 5 out of every 100 black babies per year while only offing around 1% of white babies… Where is the civil rights community on this, and will they support the ND Gov?

    • http://www.facebook.com/138900508 Patrick Dennehy

      NYC 50% of black children are aborted…’Nothing to see here move along’

      Planned Parent Hood sets up shop in inner cities and people still don’t get that it’s eugenics??

  • $5474103

    And I’m sure all of you pro lifers will adopt every single one of those babies that aren’t aborted, right?

  • Red Fred

    Tell you why men don’t have to shut up, they are the fathers.

    • http://www.facebook.com/138900508 Patrick Dennehy

      I always love the ‘you can’t tell me what to do with my body’ argument. Do they just expect the men to copulate, then have no say in the matter? With that attitude, no wonder there are so many absentee Fathers, ineffectual Lib males, men who want to force you on the pill, and/or men who just want to ‘take care’ of it. It cultivates that dynamic.

      That’s why men, think with your man smarts and not your man parts. Have the conversation before you engage in the activity. What would happen if? How do you feel about this? etc.. If you don’t like the answers, move on. I know it’s such a strange foreign concept, to actually get to know the person first…/sigh

      • Hiraghm

        Have you watched the Cialis (sp) commercials? A drug to make a man ready to have sex ‘when the time is right’. And when do they show the time being right? Whenever SHE wants to.

        Congratulations, millennials; you’ve reduced us all to stud service.

  • Lida M

    The disgusting and hateful language used in these comments, makes me wonder as to the kind of people that would say these things, such as women priding themselves in killing their children without remorse. It also makes you think if these are not the kind of people that end up in jail for committing violent crimes due to their lack of conscience

    I commend Gov Darylmple for returning the State of ND to a state that respect our Constitution and most of all that its citizens have the right to life and the pursuit of happiness.

    • Hiraghm

      They are the rantings of frustrated drug addicts.

  • http://whatandever.blogspot.com/ Osumashi Kinyobe

    Wow. These non-STEM people really know how to communicate.

  • Hiraghm

    I spit on every female who is so addicted to sex that she’d rather kill her unborn baby than go without a male inside her.

  • Hiraghm

    It’s also her body when they make her wear a seat belt, but somehow the pro-abortion crowd don’t want to challenge that legislation…

  • HuandaRulz

    One step on the right direction this legislation is, with time we might be able to repeal this tool of lawful Genocide.