Agree. That is fine with me. I understand there is passion on both sides. And I understand coming into this forum there are a lot of hot topics and there's going to be disagreements. People want to present their platform.
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R.Tyme - I appreciate the back and forth and don't want to alienate you for future posts. Obviously, we both have very, very strong opinions here. I, too, have done a ton of research on this subject and know an awful lot about it (and an awful lot about the common misconceptions). You seem like a nice person, and I'd enjoy chatting about other topics going forward without any baggage hanging over from this discussion. It's a free country, and you and I simply disagree passionately....
We've obviously hit a point now, from which constructive discussion is nearly impossible. I don't want to see this degenerate into an attack-fest, that does no one any good and I'd rather not be thought of in a negative light. I apologize if the tone of some of my posts was too combative - again, try to imagine how passionate you are about choice, and invert it - that's likely the only way you could understand how passionate I am about being pro-life.