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  1. I am a godless and I am prolife. I’ll accept your apology if you could man up and give one.

    Do you read Dawkin’s books? He is prolife, yet like most of us, we would certainly not deny a woman her right to make an appropriate decision given circumstances. And before you say, “See, you backed yourself in a corner. You negated yourself.” Consider this:

    Believers and god statistically lead the pack for abortion lovers.

    Check your facts against that which you say:

    “Women identifying themselves as Protestants obtain 37.4% of all abortions in the U.S.; Catholic women account for 31.3%, Jewish women account for 1.3%, and women with no religious affiliation obtain 23.7% of all abortions. 18% of all abortions are performed on women who identify themselves as “Born-again/Evangelical”.”

    That means “Christians” — Catholics and Protestants — allot for 68.7% of abortions in this fine Christian country.

    Source: http://www.abortionno.org/Resources/fastfacts.html

    Nature is the biggest abortion doctor there is. Some people call he who is responsible for nature, “god”. God personally aborts hundreds of thousands of babies a year.


    I’ll take an apology regarding this too.

    You would do well to focus on cleaning up the morality of the all-but perfect church and giving god a little positive PR, before you go accusing the godless of killing all the babies.

  2. Here’s Dawkins talking about morality here:

    Dawkins alludes to what he’s written about before, he says that the purpose of copulation is reproduction. In context to his message is that any (natural or unnatural) method of stopping reproduction goes against nature. This is a common theme through out his work.

    You would do well to study your opponents before whining erroneously about them.

  3. What right does anyone have to interfere with a woman’s own decision what to do with her body ? It seems the religionista’s who say abortion is bad are following their holy book of fairy tales patronymic societies rules 3000 years after they went out of date.

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