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Support The Mullenax News Pro-Choice Celebrity Boycott!

It's time to send hollywood abortionists a message!

by: RichardMullenax

I have provided the hit list, contact info and tips on how to get started in letting the pro-choice celebrities know how you feel...as well as information on how to promote the Pro-Choice Celebrity Boycott on your own web site.

Go to: http://www.richardmullenax.com/?page=abortionboycott for info on who to boycott.

[Note: you can also promote the boycott on your own web site, including ready-made banners and link information.] Just go to: http://www.richardmullenax.com/?page=boycottbanners

Please let me know of your efforts and suppport by contacting me at phantomoftheopera.mullenax@gmail.com. I want to hear from ALL OF YOU about this effort. We must fight abortion on all fronts if we are to be successful on preventing more abortions.

Also, ask Pro-Life America to help support this effort by talking about it on their radio and TV show.

Any other info can be found at www.richardmullenax.com.

Thank you!

Regards,

Richard M.

reply from: Dmourning

Man, why do you conservatives hate her so much?

Doesn't matter though, all the controversy only helps to sell more albums

reply from: RichardMullenax

Actually, the controversy has hurt her because of her dumb mouth. And I don't hate her. But she's pro-choice. Support the killings of babies and you'll be boycotted. It's that simple. Besides, anyone that buys her due to her ignorant ways is just as dumb as she is.

reply from: mom5

Man, why do you conservatives hate her so much? Doesn't matter though, all the controversy only helps to sell more albums

I went to this website and actually NEVER saw the word "hate" in reference to her or anyone listed.  If these people attended and/or supported the March for Women's Lives, they shouldn't have a problem with everyone knowing.

Richard - Thanks for your post - Good information to know.

reply from: shiprah

Thanks for compiling that list.  It hurt me to hear that the late Ossie Davis was on this board, but it's nice to know.  Would you happen to know if Oprah were prochoice?  Just curious.  Geez, is Patricia Heaton the only prolifer in the entertainment industry?  It just goes to show that you can't idolize celebrities.  My heroine was and remains Mother Teresa -- wonderful humanitarian, and of course, prolifer.

reply from: Dmourning

So you intend to organize a mass boycott of these individuals and the projects they are involved in because....you love them? Right.

reply from: RichardMullenax

I complie it because I HATE that they want to see innocent lives dead. Not because I want to see them dead.

Shiprah, I know that Mel Gibson, Kathie Ireland, Sara Evens, Faith Hill, Matina McBride, Amy Grant, Vince Gill, Scott Bacula, and a few others are pro-life.

reply from: BorisBadanov

I only buy music from pro-lifers. Pretty much everything I buy was composed before 1930.

reply from: RichardMullenax

That's cool Boris, but there are some pro-life artists today.

reply from: Navynate

Add Delores O' Rairdon of the Cranberries to your list of Prolife groups. I love the Cranberries, their music is awesome. They really do rock.

reply from: Dmourning

Oh crap. I guess I need to tell my wife to throw out her Cranberries CD

reply from: RichardMullenax

Wow, you enjoy abortion that much, huh? It's one thing to be concerned for a woman's health, it's another to actually want to see babies die. Wow, simply wow.

reply from: BorisBadanov

I think it may even be worse for you.  I'm pretty sure Bono and the boys from U2 are also against abortion.  Looks like your wife's got to give up Irish rock altogether.

reply from: Navynate

Delores O'Rairdon has made some very prolife statements about killing unborn babies is wrong and that it's taking a life. She's a super musician and she also got pregnant before she got married. I don't know if she married the guy who got her pregnant or not. But she got married in 1994. Knowing that she's very prolife makes listening to their music even better. I don't know about the rest of the group though.

reply from: jcgspam

I have another one for you to add... Eddie VanHalen is very pro-life. He has actually written letter to Eddie Vedder (from Pearl Jam, he's very pro-choice) about it and challenged some of the things he has said. You can read about it on the libertarians for life website. I thought the letters were very good.
 Also, you can go to the website for rock for life and check out the bands they have listed there.

reply from: Allizdog2000

I was looking at the "Mullenaxnew; The Home of Tough and Honest commentary"  I believe calling for a boycott of these artist's work is going way too far.   
This is about as over-board and silly as the Socialist's call for a boycott on Coca-Cola because they own a factory/bottling company in Israel. Israelis like their coke, I like my coke.  (RC Cola is horrid, Pepsi is utterly disgusting.)

I noticed Edwen Mcgregor is on the list, He is in and going to be in the next "Star Wars", I'm going to see it when it comes out next summer. I don't care what he supports or doesn't support, he is a good actor.  Someone seeing or not seeing a movie does not support or defend any views on abortion. 

I am pro-life, but crap like this is why I need a break from the fight.  

Something more useful, how about boycotting companies that  donate large sums of money to Abortion Clinics and Pro-Abortion canidates??
  
Get a different hobby!

reply from: RichardMullenax

Ummm those on the list do just that, they donate money to abortion clinics. Besides, alliz, what is more imporant? An innocent life or Star Wars? I guess your moral postion will have to be the judge of that.

reply from: yoda

It was my impression that these artists are donating both their time and money to the proabortion propaganda efforts, which is pretty much the same as giving it to an abortion clinic. I don't think anyone is suggesting that we boycott celebs based solely on their opinions, but rather on their activities in support of abortion.

reply from: Allizdog2000

What a stupid arguement.   Watching Star Wars Episodes 1 thru 6 is not supporting abortion. 

Julia Styles is on the Planned Parenthood website as a supporter.   Watching "Save the Last Dance"
"The Bourne" series, is not supporting abortion.

Whoopi Goldberg is a notorious for supporting abortion, watching Hollywood squares isn't supporting abortion.   If it is, then one should not buy any of the products being advertised during the commericial breaks, because Whoopi Goldberg is on it and she supports abortion, then those companies that produce those products are supporting abortion because it sponsors a show with a pro-abortionist on it.

That is just plain crazy.   It's not going to put the dent in the entertainment industry to make a real impact, or even grab any real attention.

Your boycott idea needs to be re-worked (if it could be, if it was in the realm of feasible). 
This idea not is going to work.

reply from: Dmourning

That's right, I enjoy seeing babies die (not to mention non-viable embryos and zygotes, as well)

And actually, I agree with Allizdog here (scary thought that is). Where does the boycotting end? It's like those nutjobs in Kansas (Operation Rescue West, I think) who protest people and companies that are like 2 and 3 people removed from abortion clinics. For example, protesting the pizza place that a secretary at an abortion clinic patronizes, etc.

Where do you draw the line?

reply from: shiprah

Considering that abortion is one of the most evil things in the world, if not the most evil thing, almost any form of peaceful protest against it is acceptable.  Asking a cleaner's to not serve abortionists or boycotting a prochoice musician is a valid and potentially successful way of fighting to end this heinous human rights abuse.  Of course, it could also encourage you to listen to an artist on the radio but not buy their CD.  Or buy the CD, but not refer to that artist as a person you admire.  There's also a difference in being prochoice and active support of abortion.  I stopped listening to Usher when during the remix his song Confessions, he had some rapper say about a girlfriend's unwanted pregnancy "pray that she aborts it, but if not one hit will have her leaking it."  Too me, that was going way to far.  There was no way I was going to patronize a guy who actually encouraged abortion (not to mention domestic abuse) in his lyrics.  Also, what we are doing on this forum is good -- making ourselves aware of prolife artists so that we can support them.  That said, no one is suggesting Aliz feel guilty for watching Save the Last Dance.  There is a spectrum of prolife advocacy, and we should all do what we feel comfortable with.  The important thing is to do something.

reply from: Allizdog2000

More defined guide lines need to be put in place for a boycott to work.  Such as targetting a combination of targeting large corporations and local businesses.  

Example; a National megamart store gives $1,000,000 to planned Parenthood
But their competition "national gas stations/bigmart store" either doesn't donate to any pro-abortion groups or donates to Pro-Life groups, shift your business to them.

Example II:  The Local dry cleaner is a Proud Supporter of the Local Planned Parenthood.  The other local dry cleaner either doesn't support any groups or supports Pro-life causes, shift your business to them.  

Example III:
But if Cola "A"; "The Proudly Pro-Choice Cola",  sold in the "National Gas stations/bigmart store" and "Cola A" is your favorite soft drink, go ahead and buy it, but don't buy it at a the Pro-Choice megamart.  

I hope this makes some sense, which it mostly doesn't.   
I am not going to walk in to a family owned liquar store and ask "Do you support Pro-life causes?"

Other questions; If the Local Pro-choice dry cleaner is friendly, does a great job on cleaning your suit; vice the Pro-life Dry cleaner that isn't very happy to see you, and your clothes smell like cigerette smoke after it's been clean (and you don't even smoke!) Whom are you going to choose?
Cola "A" Tastes great 'The Proudly Pro-Choice Cola", Cola "B" tastes like something out of cesspool, which are you going to choose?

Service quality or political beliefs?  

reply from: Allizdog2000

That is the sheer insanity of this.  The mini-mart accross the street has all sorts of horriable people that go there on a daily basis.  I still want my coca-cola. 

reply from: jcgspam

I guess for me, Allizdog, it would depend. If Cola A was giving large amounts of money to planned parenthood or NARAL or another similair group, no matter how much I enjoyed it, I would choose not to drink it. If it was simply that the owner of the company personally supported abortion, then I don't really care. Everyone has a right to their beliefs. Same thing with the local dry cleaner. I don't care if they are pro-lie or pro-choice, as long as my money is not going to end up helping to fund abortion. I don't know the extent to which the artists listed there support abortion, I guess I would want more information before I started boycotting things. For instance, Jennifer Aniston was listed. Is the fact that I enjoy the show Friends and watch the syndicated re runs a big deal? No, probably not. Does it mean that I shouldn't buy a friends dvd or something? It would depend on the extent of her involvement in the abortion industry. Just the fact that she is pro-choice wouldn't stop me, or even the fact that she vocally voiced support for a march that I considered offensive and deplorable. If she donated substantial amounts of money to a pro-abortion organiztion, then I would definately consider a boycitt. But in all fairness, it would be more for my own peace of mind than my belief that it would make a huge difference.

Julie

reply from: jcgspam

Oh, and I agree Shiprah, those particular lyrics are extremely offensive and I wouldn't listen to that artist anymore either.

reply from: chooselife

To my fellow Christian posters:
This thread has really had me thinking.  The same night I read this my husband and I went to our local grocery store and my husband said, "Ohh look! Ben and Jerry's is on sale." (He was teasing me because I refuse to buy it b/c of their contributions to the pro-aborts).  Later on that night we were at home and I was reading Max Lucado's "Give It All To Him".  There is a line in the book that has been sticking with me. The line is, "You will NEVER be called upon to give anyone more grace than God HAS ALREADY GIVEN YOU." I like to think of abortion as being a "greater sin"...but in truth a sin is a sin is a sin.  ALL sin grieves God so how am I any better than anyone else?  My only answer is that I believe in Jesus Christ and His blood covers my sin.  The answer is not boycotting Coke or Pepsi.  The answer is to bring people to Christ.  I could boycott my church because in reality every single person that attends is a sinner.  Each of you on this forum thinks or does things that grieve God.  I am in complete agreement that abortion is evil.  But I think all the people on that list would be better served if we PRAYED for them instead of boycotting them.  These people are not evil people....they are tools of satan.  But nevertheless they are children of God.  We are expecting people who do not know God to see abortion as He does.  (I know we can make a case against abortion without God....but I will not be bullied into taking God out of this argument.  God is the reason for everything we do and I will not pretend otherwise)  I don't listen to Usher because I try not to put things in my mind that are worldly.  I don't watch Friends because the show promotes ungodly behaviors and I don't want to put those ideas in my head.  However there aren't any tv programs that really glorify God.  Do I watch some of them? Yes.  My point is just that we are all imperfect.  My last suggestion would be instead of boycotting the bad companies and giving them more publicity....patronize the good companies.  Get lists out on the internet of good places to shop. Chik-fil-A, Curves, your local christian bookstore, Patricia Heaton, Ben Stein, Mel Gibson, Stephen Baldwin, etc. Support these places/people because you agree with their philosophies.  This is a positive action we can all take. 

reply from: RichardMullenax

Allizdog said:

What a stupid arguement. Watching Star Wars Episodes 1 thru 6 is not supporting abortion.

Julia Styles is on the Planned Parenthood website as a supporter. Watching "Save the Last Dance"

"The Bourne" series, is not supporting abortion.

Whoopi Goldberg is a notorious for supporting abortion, watching Hollywood squares isn't supporting abortion. If it is, then one should not buy any of the products being advertised during the commericial breaks, because Whoopi Goldberg is on it and she supports abortion, then those companies that produce those products are supporting abortion because it sponsors a show with a pro-abortionist on it.

That is just plain crazy. It's not going to put the dent in the entertainment industry to make a real impact, or even grab any real attention.

Your boycott idea needs to be re-worked (if it could be, if it was in the realm of feasible).

This idea not is going to work.

Listen, if you buy a movie with an actor who gives money to support abortion, then you also support that cause KNOWINGLY! Yes, you can boycott cooperations AND people. I will not rework the boycott because some bitter idiot has a problem with it.

The boycott was made out of principle for those that are true to the pro-life cause, which you are not. So keep watching Ashley Judd, Whoopie Goldberg, and whoever else. But me, and many others will not...period.

reply from: Allizdog2000

Bah!!!!!!!!!!! hahahahaha  Hehehhahahahahha!
I would take "bitter idiot" as an insult if it came from it it wasn't coming from a "Crack-pot"  

reply from: NoApologies

Because abortion didn't exist before the 1930's and all.

reply from: mom5

Because abortion didn't exist before the 1930's and all.

Here is a "reliable" source for you...

The Guttmacher Report - On Public Policy Volume 6 Number 1 March 2003 -
"In 1930, abortion was listed as the official cause of death for almost 2,700 women—"

reply from: NoApologies

Because abortion didn't exist before the 1930's and all.

Here is a "reliable" source for you...

The Guttmacher Report - On Public Policy Volume 6 Number 1 March 2003 -

"In 1930, abortion was listed as the official cause of death for almost 2,700 women—"

And your point is what ... ?

reply from: mom5

You are the one who said that abortion didn't exist before the 1930's..

Are we going in circles here?

reply from: NoApologies

No. You apparently missed the sarcasm in my original statement.

reply from: mom5

Well then I apologize... I just don't use sacrasm when it comes to abortion.. just trying to point out that abortion has been happening for years.

Anyway, while I enjoy telling how I feel about abortion.. I see that you do also... so welcome to the forum.  Sorry that I didn't say that earlier. 

reply from: yoda

Perhaps that's because you consider it a serious subject, Mom?

reply from: Tam

I boycott products made in China. Why? Because I don't like the idea that the products might have been made by people enslaved for their political or religious beliefs by a totalitarian government. I know there's an argument that by boycotting those products, I am causing those enslaved people to die. That is not how I see it. I see it as though my family had been kidnapped and was being held by evil people who demand that I send money every month, which will be used to keep them alive. If I send the money, my family is kept in a perpetual state of slavery and oppression. If I don't, they are turned loose into the wilderness where they will probably not survive. Well, I figure a small chance of survival and freedom is better than to survive a bit longer living in inescapable servitude and misery.

And yet, once in a great while, if there doesn't seem to be any reasonable alternative, I buy something stamped "Made in China" despite my boycott. Seems hypocritical, I know. But I am well aware that not ALL Chinese products are made by slave labor. But I also know that without detailed research, I can't tell which are which, so I err on the side of caution. But once in awhile--I guess about once every year or two--I buy something that might, possibly, have been made by slave labor in China.

The thing is, I know other stuff I buy must be made by slaves. I don't know which is which all the time, and so I do the best I can by just boycotting products from China, where I see the problem as being worst.

Also, I don't eat meat. And perhaps this is a better example, because I'm not one of those "vegetarians" who orders a cheeseburger every year or two. I really don't eat meat. People used to tell me that my being a vegetarian wasn't going to save any animals. But it's going on two decades, now, and I'd like to think that at this point, it's had an effect, however miniscule. Combined with the effect of other vegetarians, our "meat boycott" is certainly making its mark. If I were the sort of "vegetarian" who just couldn't seem to give up cheeseburgers, and I had one once in awhile, how would that affect the boycott? Well, first of all, anyone who eats meat, even once in a while, is not a vegetarian. But terminology aside, those people who only eat a burger every year or two ARE making a big difference. Almost as much as I am making by not eating them at all. And so if you can't give up your Coca-Cola even though they support abortion in some way, but you still boycott other pro-abortion products, you will still make a difference. Maybe not as much of a difference as someone who boycotts all of it, but still, every little bit helps. So there's no need to feel like boycotts are impossible or ineffective. In fact, boycotts have been shown to be quite effective!

However, there is one thing you MUST do if you want your boycott to be truly effective. And that is, you must notify the companies you are boycotting of the fact that you are doing so, and the reason. Otherwise they won't have any idea why they've lost your business and will probably NOT attribute it to the real cause.

No, I haven't written to all the ranchers in the country, to let them know that I'm a vegetarian. Because there is no reason I would ever start eating meat again. So that's where this example stops working as an analogy for the boycott of pro-abortion companies. The idea is that if those companies stop supporting abortion, you will start supporting those companies again. That is their incentive to stop supporting abortion. Since I can provide those who would slaughter animals no such incentive, I won't bother letting them know of my choices. But if you really want a company to stop supporting abortion, you should write to them to say so. The media is so strongly biased towards abortion that most companies, I think, have no idea how many pro-life people are eschewing their products and services based on their support of abortion. Let them know! Let them see what their choice has brought them.

reply from: jcgspam

Tam, I think you put that beautifully and I agree 100%.

reply from: Della22

Hi, I'm new and maybe I shouldn't post. But I am a 22-year-old married mother-to-be and I wanted to express my vehement anger for a forum pae I had been posting in since before I conceived when my husband and I were still trying. A few days ago I posted a topic about abortion. I was a little outraged by the fact that several yuojng girls had posted in there because they were scared and pregnant at a young age and were looking for support and information. Some of them asked about abortion being an option and so I decided to post a website with pictures of abortions (maybe it was wrong, it was VERY graphic) but I just hated the idea of these girls going in there and these other ladies who are trying to conceive or are already pregnant telling these girls the choiuce is their's and no one will jjudge them if they decide to have an abortion. After I posted I got some nasty replies, which I (and I know I shouldn't have) became angered about and had a few choice words. Well, all the ladies in there that were supposed to be my "friends" (not to sound too cliche, but with friends like that who needs enemies) had an all-out attack on ME!! I felt very betrayed and hurt. And I lost all of the people I used to talk with and share my wonderful experience with. I was hurt. And I just wanted to share it you ladies (and men, I think I don't remember if I saw any men.) because I thought it would be nice to share with someone who has veiws close to if not the same as mine. I'm probably not on the same intellectual level as most of you I'm sure. Most of you probably have educational backgrounds and I have only graduated highschool. But maybe I only thing that because I think you're very informed and have excellent veiws. I hope I haven't bored anyone and I hope I'm welcome here as I am not welcome any longer on the American Pregnancy Association's website.

reply from: yoda

Della,

I don't know what forum you refer to, but there are plenty of them out there that will viciously attack anyone who posts anything that opposes abortion on demand. A lot of them are so nasty that it's a waste of time going there, because you won't be allowed to engage in a civil discussion. Name calling and nasty accusations do not shed any light on the subject.

On the subject of the photos of aborted children, here is a good approach: When someone objects to them, ask them if they also object when photos of bloody baby seals being clubbed to death on the snow are shown. The very same ultra-liberal proaborts who splashed those photos all over the media in order to try to gain sympathy for the baby seals are the ones who are now screaming about aborted baby pics being shown.

reply from: Christian4life

Welcome, Della22.  I know exactly what you're going through...I've lost a few "friends" because of my pro-life views as well.  I have even gotten some bad feedback from supposedly "Christian" freinds who don't want to hear about how bad the pill is, even though I try to put it as nicely and non-judgementally as I could. 
That stinks being kicked of a pregnancy website.  I wish moms could really support and help each other instead of attacking each other but today in our society where people are so brainwashed to think that having kids is too big of  a responsibility and that killing them is a "choice" that just doesn't always happen.

You are quite welcome here.  I don't think anyone is going to judge you on how much college you did or didn't have at this point in your life! 

reply from: Tam

I echo C4L that I doubt anyone will judge you about your educational background, Della. We are a diverse group with a range of educational experience. You are welcome here; please don't give it another thought.

reply from: mom5

I think that everyone on this forum is informed.  I really enjoy hearing everyone's views and I look forward to hearing yours.  Welcome again!

reply from: Della22

Thank You all so much for the warm welcome. I am so happy to have a place to talk freely about my beliefs. What kind of threw me about thir replies to the posts I had made was that most women in the APA forums were either pregnant or had already been pregnant. I had a doctor's appointment today and my husband and I heard the baby's heart loud and strong. And after hearing it and after seeing the ultrasound photos I cannot understand how any of the ladies from those forums could possibly still believe that abortion is right or even acceptable. I nearly cried because it was so special. I am only 17 weeks along and already he/she has a loud strong heart beat that can be hear with a doppler. How can anyone see such a precious little version of us as "not a human yet" or even undeserving of all the nurturing it can possibly get? These women are or have already experienced these things. And they don't care. By their beliefs it is okay for their child to live but not okay for the baby of someone under 18. If my mother had decided she wasn't going to have babies before she was 18 or older, I would not be here and my baby wouldn't be alive now. And what's worse is that there are so many couples who cannot have babies and are lined up around the block to adopt a baby of their own. They even have programs where the woman or girl who is having the baby can pick out the couple they want to give the baby to. There would be SO many happy families out there if more women would choose adoption over abortion. It would only take 9 months out of their time. And they would only have to do one thing...make healthy choices. But I also think it starts in the schools. Most of these teens becoming pregnant act like they didn't even know that sex makes babies. So maybe better school programs would help too. Maybe the pictures I showed the ladies at the APA forums should be shown to young ladies in high school. The problem is that it's so controversial they would never allow it.

And I know how you feel mom2. Having prolife veiws does cause a strain on some relationships. Especially if you are very outspoken and so are your friends. I just wish there were a way to get through to people so they could better understand. Of course I have said before time and again to several people..."you don't think it's right, you just KNOW what you want to do and you're going to do it because you're going o do what you want." Just like people who smoke and drink and tan. They know these things are not good for them They just do it anyway, because that's whatthey want to do. They can't justfy killing themselves. But they do by saying "Going to die of something." I like to respond by asking, "Why should you have the power to decide what you're going to die of?" Well, I have certainly written a great deal. I don't want to bore you all.

Thanks again for welcoming me in. It's quite a change from the board I just left. I'll write frequently if that's okay. I always have so many points I want to make. And at least I know a great many will not be looked down on in this forum. Take care!

reply from: Della22

I just wanted to add the web site with the pictures that I posted. So you may see just what they were replying too. They are in this website:

www.abortionismurder.com

And at the top in the grey box it says something like "still not convinced?" Or something to the effect and that's where the pictures are.

Just thought EVERYONE should see them.

reply from: jcgspam

Welcome Della! I am a 23 year old married mother of 2 (one already here and one on the way) and my name is Julie. I am 14 weeks along so I am pretty close to you!

Good for you for showing those pictures. So many times we forget just how brutal abortion is and I think those are a good reminder for anyone considering abortion. I was, until recently, going to a pro-choice website and attempting to talk to them calmly and rationally, but I got so sickened by what I was reading that I just can't anymore. I look forward to reasing more from you! And don't worry about your educational background, everyone has something to contribute!

reply from: Della22

Congratulations, jcgspam!! I knew I wanted to get pregnant and have babies, I never anticipated it to be this wonderful! Heard the heart again today at my appointment and it really is a touching thing. I'm only about two weeks and maybe a few days ahead of you. But chances are the way things are going you'll probably feel your baby before I feel mine. I haven't felt him/her and I heard it's easier to feel the baby after you've already had one, you know what to expect.   I hope it's as magical for you as it has been for me!!

I know how you feel about trying to talk rationally with a lot of prochoice people. In my experience they're not very rational. Of course someone who thinks it's okay to murder a being that has done no wrong and cannot fight back is not very rational in the first place are they? When I talked to these ladies they attacked ME about things I had posted previously that had nothing to do with my prolife post. Like a certain government agency I wasn't happy with because as it is they regulate everyone and no one regulates them! Plus theyre very irresponsible and expect more out of you than they give themselves! So these people used that on me too because they know I had been hurt emotionally be this organization. It was totally irrational. And I talked to someone today and told them and they acted so weird saying babies don't have souls until 3 months before they're born! HA! My baby kicks and swims and has a heartbeat. My baby HAS a soul. And so does every other living unborn child. Even if you were someone famous with money you could never make these people think clearly. And a lot of them DO believe in God so I dont understand the ambiguity. I don't see how someone could believe it's okay to have an abortion and yet still believe in God! The best thing to do is just speak out and support prolife in every way you can. You'll catch a lot of hell from most pro-choicers but it's worth it to make our statement. I don't feel bad about writing about my beliefs anymore because I didn't back down and I don't even want to share a board with people like that. I'd rather speak out against abortion during my pregnancy than talk about pregnancy problems and share good news with THEM during my pregnancy. This is the more right thing to do.

reply from: Tam

Whoa! That is hilarious! What happens, at the magical "3 months before birth" moment? How do you know when it happens? Unbelievable!

reply from: mom5

Whoa! That is hilarious! What happens, at the magical "3 months before birth" moment? How do you know when it happens? Unbelievable!

Very Hilarious!  magic numbers - pro-aborts like to come up with all kinds don't they?  I guess they have to...just to somehow make a baby not a baby at one point or another.  Then again some pro-aborts like to call the unborn parasites...I try to stay out of the discussion of parasites (as has been referred as numerous times on this forum)  because that just pisses me off too bad.

How about pro-aborts who say that abortion is brutal after 9 weeks...clown face come to mind?  Once again a magical number...I ask...what about 3 months and 1 day...is there a difference?  How about 9 weeks and 1 day...is there a difference?  Come on Pro-Aborts!  that makes no sense!

Della - I am 18 weeks pregnant - I guess that you, Julie (jcgspam) and me will all "disappear" from the forum around July and August for a few months.

reply from: Della22

Yep! Actually, I will be 17 weeks tommorrow, so you and I are VERY close in dates. Since I am pregnant and going through this I cannot imagine how anyone could feel negative about this. I loved my baby from the moment I laid eyes on my positive pregnancy test! And I know there are so many people who cannot experience this wonderful journey, so that's what REALLY bothers me about abortion. They don't realize how their carelessness (notice I did NOT say "mistake") could make someone else's life wonderful. Instead, they ruin their lives and their child/ren's.

I know what you mean about how ridiculous these pro-aborts are. They come up with these lousy excuses for why it's okay. It's NOT OKAY!! It will never be okay. And they think it all has to do with religion. I was not a believer when I was in high school. I did not find God until I enlisted in the military. But I have ALWAYS believed that an unborn baby is still a baby. I have heard pro-aborts use the term "unborn child." The key word there: CHILD. I child is a child is a child. And as far as the word "parasite" goes, you get a tapeworm or other parasites from unwashed and uncooked food, from unwashed hands, airborne...not sex. There are no diseases that you can catch from sex that will stay for 9 months and then go away on their own. And there's no other way to "catch" pregnancy than to have sex! Well, there is invitro, but it's so expensive I guess some people (note the sarcasm) will pay $10,000 to be infected by this HORRIBLE disease! WHAT A LOAD!

reply from: Tam

Yeah that parasite talk really upsets me, too. It shows a level of hardheartedness that is chilling to me.

reply from: jcgspam

It bothers me a lot too Tam. It is so offensive to hear my child referred to as a parasite, but they don't care about that!

Della, you may be able to feel your baby soon! I was 22 weeks when I felt my daughter, but my doctor said it is usually around 17-18 weeks. I am hoping to feel this baby soon. It would make me feel better! I have next to no sypmtoms and it's making me nervous. I'm sure all is fine though.

reply from: Della22

Don't worry Julie, I was having those same fears last week since it had been a while since my last ultrasound and my symptoms (morning sickness and headaches) had gone away. But on Wednesday I heard the baby's heartbeat and then I knew he/she would be okay. Do you know what your having? I find out early next month. I can't wait!! My husband really wants a son but we'll be just as happy with a daughter! There are great things about both sexes!

I understand how you feel Tam. It is very heartless to call an unborn child a parasite. Did you notice a lot of young pro-aborts usually don't like children at all. It's kind of ignorant to me since they were children once too. The way some of them talk NO ONE has the right to live. Well, I love my little "parasite." He/she has given me so much joy....oh wait,  if my baby GAVE me something I guess then he/she is NOT a parasite! Parasites take, they don't give.

reply from: Christian4life

Yep and sometimes you want a little "parasite" in there and it's not as easy as it sounds.  Some people have to wait a long time to have a healthy baby, they either can't concieve or they keep having miscarriages, and it really makes you value life more when you know what it feels like to be waiting and then to find out you won't be able to hold that child in your arms. 

That is crazy about the 3 month cut off.  I've heard that one before, actually.  The problem with ANY kind of cut-off period for abortions is you don't always know EXACTLY how old the baby is because you don't always know EXACTLY when you concieved.  The due date they give you can be EASILY be as much as 3 weeks wrong in either direction.  Plus the fact that some women still have spotting or blood during pregnancy and they think itis thier period, and their child can be several months older than they think!

Della what you said about education in schools, I have always thought that child development should be a required class in high school.  97% of us are going to have at least one kid so it's not like there's ANYTHING more relevant!  The fact that they can call a picture of a baby in the womb "controversial" when it is just a plain and simple fact only shows how twisted and deceptive our society has become.

reply from: Tam



You're right, and Della. A baby is not a parasite. Babies give back in ways we don't even fully understand. They are the future of our species, they are the hope of our civilization, they are the bundles of joy that bring so many good things to a family. They are the next generation. They are people. They are little people. And if they are expendable, so are we.

The important point is also that there is no dividing line. If there were some obvious point at which a baby became a baby, pro-aborts would be shoving that down everyone's throats as a justification for killing the being before that point. But there isn't. It's called conception. What is conceived? A human being. A human child. And there is no point at which it "becomes" that. It IS that. It is a person. Whether it's a blastocyst or embryo or fetus or newborn or toddler or youth or teenager or whatever. It's the same person, growing and changing and developing. And it is no more wrong to kill that person as a teenager than it is to kill that person as a fetus.

Yeah that is pretty twisted.

reply from: Dmourning

What is so hilarious about it, Mom? Our society assigns random numbers all the time.

You are a legal adult at 18 years old. Not at 17 years and 11 months, but 18 years. Why not at 17 years old? Why not at 19 years old? Is there a difference?

You are legally allowed to drink at 21. Not at 20 years 11 months and 3 days, but at 21. Why not 20? Why not 22? Is there a difference?

You are legally allowed to drive at 16 (although this may be changing?). Not at 15 years and 5 months, but at 16. Why not at 18? Why not at 17 and 4 months? Is there a difference?

You see mom, society assigns random numbers all the time. What do you find so hilarious about it? You think a baby is a baby at the moment of conception, I think it is when it is viable outside the womb. Its random on both sides.

reply from: mom5

I find it hilarious that you can set a magic number on killing!

Your examples had NOTHING to do with life and death,  just accountability.  So therefore I find it hilarious that pro-aborts want to put a magical number on the death of an unborn child.  There is NO magical number when it comes to life.

reply from: Tam

Yeah, Dmourning. It's one thing to say, as a society, that we're not going to issue driving privileges to someone until they are of a certain age and demonstrate ability to drive and knowledge of the relevant laws. It's another thing entirely to draw a line and say everyone on one side of it is worthy of life and everyone on the other side of it is not. That is ridiculous, although I don't find any humor in it. I believe there is a magic moment where a line can be drawn, where on one side of the line is a being worthy of life and on the other side is not. It's called conception.

reply from: Dmourning

And you set a magic number on "rights"!!! eg. A baby has the right not to be killed, etc etc

I guess this is where we will just have to agree to disagree. You see it that way, I see viability as the line.

reply from: jessinpgh

That's right, I enjoy seeing babies die (not to mention non-viable embryos and zygotes, as well) And actually, I agree with Allizdog here (scary thought that is). Where does the boycotting end? It's like those nutjobs in Kansas (Operation Rescue West, I think) who protest people and companies that are like 2 and 3 people removed from abortion clinics. For example, protesting the pizza place that a secretary at an abortion clinic patronizes, etc. Where do you draw the line?

I have ignored your posts for months..only for the simple fact that I think you come in and cause sontroversy not because you are so adamantly pro abortion..but because you are bored and this gives you some excitement. I personally was physically ill reading your post. A question I would like you to answer is when EXACTLY does a baby become a life? I delivered a child at 6 1/2 months..and without the miracles of modern science and a wonderful NICU my child would have died. She was not able to breathe on her own and had to be fed through an IV tube...so by your logic ..she could not survive on her own..of course...is she a non person? I am a feminist and by no means a religous fanatic and I know you will reply to this post like you do most others..with insults and contempt, but tell me how many full term babies do you know that can survive on thier own?

reply from: Tam

LOL I know. Funny how feeding someone with a spoon and feeding someone with a tube are a world apart in the eyes of the courts, I guess.

reply from: RichardMullenax

Please keep supporting The Mullenax News Pro-Choice Celebrity Boycott!

reply from: yoda

Okay. Please keep us posted on upcoming movies and specials that the proaborts are in.

reply from: ChristianLott

That would be great.

My grandmother wanted us to see the Aviator. I had never seen the previews, I didn't know who was in it. She was recommended it by a friend.

We walked out after the first half. The movie was crawling with pro aborts. Baldwin, someone playing a young Hepburn.

All Disney is off limits. HBO is boycotted along with Gieco Insurance. Whole Foods is boycotted along with Adobe software.

I need to know more of what TO watch and WHO to buy from than who not to.

reply from: Allizdog2000

HBO is good to start off with... "100 Women/100 Choices" slated for sometime in 2006.

Whole Food are notorious abortion supporters. I can not boycott Adobe Software products due to the nature of my job.

What does GEICO insurance do to support abortion?

reply from: ChristianLott

http://www.childrenoftherosary.org/nl1099b.htm#LETTERS

I had this information from a different web site before but I can't find it right now. I just typed in 'geico abortion' in google and I got this hit.

reply from: Tam

Whoa--I can't either. And Whole Foods? Are you serious? Well, I guess that justifies even more the little nickname we have for them. It's not printable because it contains a bad word...but I know we're not the only ones who call them that! I still used to shop there now and then, though. Not anymore. I am not surprised, but very disappointed.

reply from: sarah

I've heard that Progressive Insurance is a big supporter of abortion.

reply from: Christian4life

This needs to be a private topic. There are too many pro-choice extremists who would go out and buy everything from these companies.

Besides, some of the companies mentioned here are not on the boycott list anymore.

reply from: Skippy

I can't speak for other McCoys, but I think anyone who boycotts or supports a business because of their stance on abortion, or any other political issue, is wasting their time and being kind of silly. Buy hey, everyone needs a hobby.

reply from: ChristianLott

Don't underestimate a boycott, Skip. They can be successful.

reply from: Skippy

Obviously there's SOME impact. I just wonder how much, or rather, how little. Take Disney as an example. A core group of alleged christians have been urging a boycott of them for years for a variety of reasons, and they still seem to be doing land office business.

reply from: ValPak

And when their "boycott" yielded opposite results they dropped it! Seem CL thinks they work. Have any documents to prove that CL?

reply from: bobinsky

I didn't really pay any attention to the Disney boycott. Did it really get the opposite results hope for?

reply from: ValPak

I didn't really pay any attention to the Disney boycott. Did it really get the opposite results hope for?

Their fiscal records showed their revenue spiked significantly. Data available on their quarterly reports.

The boycott had zero effect, if any conclusions can be made, it can be said the boycott did the opposite of the intention.

reply from: bobinsky

Thanks for the info, VP. As I said, I didn't keep up with the whacko boycott. I guess it would behoove me to pay attention to this so we can throw business to the places that are being boycotted.

reply from: Skippy

I just shopped at Whole Foods for the first time last week. Beautiful store, excellent product quality, and great prices. I'l definitely be going back.

Thanks, Hatfields, for letting me know where my grocery dollar will do the most good!

reply from: Valfar

James Dobson: "We weren't able to overturn Roe v Wade and reproductive freedom still reigns in all 50 states...but I do have some good news"

Tony Perkins: "What's that?"

Dobson: "I just saved a bunch of money on my car insurance by switching to Geico"

reply from: Skippy

James Dobson: "We weren't able to overturn Roe v Wade and reproductive freedom still reigns in all 50 states...but I do have some good news"

Tony Perkins: "What's that?"

Dobson: "I just saved a bunch of money on my car insurance by switching to Geico"

I nominate your post as the funniest one ever made on this board. You've got me beet! *evil laugh while picturing root vegetable wars*

reply from: bobinsky

Okay. I'll bite. Did this exchange really take place between Dobson and the other guy? Heck, if I could, I'd switch to Geico, but hubby has all the insurance - business, health, life, home, car - through one company and we get good rates. I'll have to check and see if this company supports choice.

reply from: yoda

I can't wait to see the answer to this one....... oh wait, proaborts don't usually answer questions.........

reply from: Skippy

Okay. I'll bite. Did this exchange really take place between Dobson and the other guy? Heck, if I could, I'd switch to Geico, but hubby has all the insurance - business, health, life, home, car - through one company and we get good rates. I'll have to check and see if this company supports choice.

It's a parody of the Geico television commercials. There's one with a pitcher being taken out of the big game, and one where some executive is reporting huge financial losses, and a few others. After giving the bad news, the bearer of it says, "But I do have some good news." And when asked, "What's that?", he responds that he saved a bunch of money by switching to Geico.

The commercials themselves are pretty funny. Valfar's parody was coffee-spittingly hysterical.

reply from: ValPak

Do you EVER have anything interesting to say?

reply from: bobinsky

How does one post a jpg photo on this forum? Not sure how to do it.

reply from: Tam

This is what they say about it:

So I guess that means anyone who isn't shopping there because of the PP donations can resume shopping there. And I guess it means Skippy's money wasn't really supporting what she thought it was.

reply from: yoda

I can just sense the disappointment now.........


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