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spicysista

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Current location: San Diego
Member since: Sun Jan 29, 2017, 06:55 PM
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I was practically born a member of the Democratic Party. I began registering people to vote while still in elementary school, often after Sunday school. I'm excited about the future of our party because good, in the end, always wins!

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Woman



Just leaving this here for your enjoyment!

Lyrics:

Woman don suffer oh
Lowo everybody
Suffer suffer for world (amen)
Enjoy for heaven
Man no like woman
Woman no like woman
She no be like water (water, e no get enemy)
If woman never marry oh (then she no be woman)
If woman never carry omo (she no be woman)
If she no get man for side oh
Dem go dey push woman aside oh
And eventually oh
Dem go suffer suffer woman (dem go suffer suffer woman)
I never talk finish
I never talk finish
I never talk (woman, woman, woman, nobody be like woman)
I never talk finish
I never talk finish
I never talk (woman, woman, woman, nobody be like woman)
Na so so submission oh
Shey we get assignment?
Suffer suffer for world (amen)
Enjoy for heaven
But, you no pay attention oh
To the intimidation she dey face
No be like water (water, e no get enemy)
If woman get confidence oh (then she no be woman)
Woman get money, won "l'asewo ni" (she no be woman)
If she no get man for side oh
Dem go dey push woman aside oh
And eventually oh
Dem go suffer suffer woman
I never talk finish
I never talk finish
I never talk (woman, woman, woman, nobody be like woman)
I never talk finish
I never talk finish
I never talk (woman, woman, woman, nobody be like woman)
(Amen, amen)
(Woman, woman, woman, nobody be like woman)
(Amen, amen)
(Woman, woman, woman, nobody be like woman)

Do what you want.

However, this had nothing to do with " religion". This is the view of a few, mostly white, people in a very powerful cult disguised as a religion. Most evangelicals do not believe in repealing Roe. (Among Christians, white evangelical Protestants remain the substantial outliers with 30% saying abortion should be legal in most or all cases, compared to 73% among Black Protestants, 70% among white mainline (non-evangelical) Protestants, 59% among white Catholics, 57% among Hispanic Catholics, and even 52% among Hispanic Protestants.) There are countless polls proving that fact. Most Christians subscribe to the view illustrated in 1 Corinthians 11:28-29, "but let a man examine himself". Most have a live and let live attitude because they realize that each walk is different.
But, I believe in free speech. Whether I agree with the sentiments or not, I support your right to say whatever is on your heart.

A few articles with statistics on the matter.

https://www.cnn.com/2021/11/16/politics/americans-abortion-roe-v-wade-poll/index.html
( From the article: 3 of 4 people believe this decision should be between a woman and her doctor.)

https://www.forbes.com/sites/alisondurkee/2022/06/24/how-americans-really-feel-about-abortion-the-sometimes-surprising-poll-results-as-supreme-court-reportedly-set-to-overturn-roe-v-wade/?sh=2e78c6c72f3a
From the article: Gallup polls show Americans’ support for abortion in all or most cases at 80% in May 2021, only sightly higher than in 1975 (76%), and the Pew Research Center finds 59% of adults believe abortion should be legal, compared to 60% in 1995—though there has been fluctuation, with support dropping to a low of 47% in 2009.

https://www.prri.org/spotlight/most-oppose-overturning-roe-v-wade-widespread-confusion-over-a-post-roe-world/
Nearly two-thirds of Americans say abortion should be legal in most or all cases (64%), including majorities of Democrats (87%) and independents (66%), compared to 36% of Republicans. Among Christians, white evangelical Protestants remain the substantial outliers with 30% saying abortion should be legal in most or all cases, compared to 73% among Black Protestants, 70% among white mainline (non-evangelical) Protestants, 59% among white Catholics, 57% among Hispanic Catholics, and even 52% among Hispanic Protestants. Among those who follow non-Christian religions, 80% say abortion should be legal in most or all cases, while 85% of those who are religiously unaffiliated agree. Only a modest gender gap exists–more than six in ten men (61%) and women (66%) say abortion should be legal in most or all cases.


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