“There aren't any other lawsuits in the news. Just because neither of us have seen them in the news doesn't mean they don't exist.
Also, it may be that some people just didn't realize what caused the death of their kid so didn't end up suing.
I don't see anything directly pointing to these parents murdering their kid with deadly bacteria. The lack of other lawsuits doesn't imply that at all.”
Justgo4it on Apr 17, 2012 at 22:01:48
“come off of it, any parent who gives their child any type of drug, and the child gets worse would question the drug. btw Tylenol got sued for people dying taking the capsules, they did not pack the poison that killed these people someone else did. now they have a safely seal on all their products, they are no way looking for another episode like that. so I find doubt it was their product, they probably contaminated it themselves, it has happened before, and not exactly a possibility it couldn't happen again. and if it was one container there has to be more, and no one has come forward so this is suspicious to me.”
“The problem is that you are objectively wrong. There have been a lot of girls molested by catholic priests also and part of the shame is that their story hasn't been told as much as the boy victims. Look it up if you don't want to remain ignorant on this issue.
Also, child molestation is not at all linked to homosexuality or a specific orientation at all. Sometimes a molester will choose a victim of the same sex because it's not about gender - it's about power and about youth.
“It's not a standard of care to force a woman to undergo an unnecessary procedure.
If she wants an ultrasound then that's fine and she could get one without this law.
The key word here is FORCE. It is wrong to force a woman (or anyone) to undergo an unnecessary medical procedure. Even outside the moral issue, it also raises the cost of care in general and wastes resources.”
ssnt on Feb 22, 2012 at 22:46:15
“Well, if they live in VA and go to PP and want an A, they have to get one.”
“Yes. "Small government" republicans apparently think that it's the government's place to force a woman to undergo an unnecessary medical procedure.
Yet they complain about the government interfering in their lives? This is the government interfering unnecessarily in people's lives.”
ArmaniExchangeFan on Feb 22, 2012 at 17:51:55
“It's even worse than just mere double standard and hypocrisy, for which the conservatives are well-known at this point; it's also going against the separation of Church and State, because the objections these (male) lawmakers have against abortion is purely on religious grounds. I don't like the idea of abortion, personally, but it's not based on any religious teachings, just on instinct. Still, I would never presume to tell women that they must carry a child to term.”
Fennis on Feb 22, 2012 at 17:51:15
“F/F. Couldn't have said it any better.”
Melissa Steed on Feb 22, 2012 at 17:45:14
“I agree. Isn't it the Republicans that always say government is too strong, government shouldn't be delegating our daily lives or choices? I guess it is not okay when government tries to give Americans healthcare, but it is okay if a woman wants to get an abortion or to keep those "sinful" homosexuals from being married. Hypocrites. Why are white, rich men in congress deciding what we (women) can do with our bodies?”
KrazyKitty on Feb 22, 2012 at 17:42:35
“Transvaginal ultrasounds, done without the permission of the patient, and against her will, is rape, pure and simple. They must have thought about the potential criminal charges that would be leveled against them and doctors if they were to suceed with such an outrageous law. In Virginia, rape is classified as penetration without a woman's consent....just like their 'law' is government sanctioned rape.”
“Yeah, the girl scouts aren't bigotted towards homosexuals and atheists and that means that they are "radicalized".”
Annette Rf on Feb 23, 2012 at 09:55:27
“The Boy Scouts do not allow homosexuals to be Scoutmasters, something I agree with. Maybe if the Catholic Church had instituted the same rule with applicants to the priesthood, they wouldn't be having the priest pedophile scandals they have now (have you noticed that all of the cases of priests molesting children has been MEN molesting BOYS?)”
It is his right not to support the Girl Scouts, that is true. I don't care if he does, what I care about is his idiotic accusations that aren't actually based on facts - just like that site contains many misrepresentations (to give it credit).”