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  • Oct. 17th, 2012 at 12:54 PM
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everytime one of these guys gets caught in a morally compromised position, i ask myself why they feel they have the power to make personal choices for me. congress critters seem to have the lowest moral conduct of any group i'm aware of, but expect others to follow a moral code written 4,000 years ago that they themselves do not follow. if they followed the law as written by moses, i might, might, might respect them for that desire to "spread the word," but not to make it law.  but since they don't follow the code of conduct they try to force on others, they have no reason i can understand to do so.

Originally posted by dandelion_diva at Reproductive Rights
Fabulous.

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A star-studded cast wants you to sign!




The CAMPAIGN

The Bill of Reproductive Rights is an effort by the Center for Reproductive Rights to deliver a thundering statement—backed by hundreds of thousands of signatures from concerned citizens like you—to the U.S. Congress and the President that they must guarantee and protect reproductive rights as fundamental human rights and stop the attacks by politicians who want to take those rights away.


Draw the line! Sign the Bill of Reproductive Rights!