your weekly abortion update
November 6, 2003 05:21 PM

I started to collect a series of useful links to update you, gentle reader, on the current state of the partial birth abortion ban and what it means to you.

But you know, sometimes other people have already done a good job of saying what you mean and you don't have much to add to it.

Thus.

Some level-headed information and a nice ass-fire-lighting rant from Roni. Please read. Thanks.

Who's meeting me at the March for Choice next April?

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gonna go see April in April, eh? that sounds like a plan. did you see this: http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2003/11/images/20031105-1_p35410-21-515h.html the irony hurts. the whole situation hurts. "partial birth abortion" isnt even a medical term, heh, i dont understand this planet sometimes. *sigh* i am definitely planning for that march in april, so pencil me in. (and thank you for the design link:) )

these are the thoughts of eris on November 6, 2003 10:37 PM

I'll see you there, honey. Roni and Cinnamon are coming, too - I think pictures will be in order.

these are the thoughts of house9 on November 7, 2003 08:34 AM

I'm pro-choice and I blog!

Bloggers for choice!

Yeah, I'll be there. With cameras (yes, plural), knitting needles, and signs. It's gonna be a grand time. Can't wait to meet you.

these are the thoughts of Cinnamon on November 10, 2003 03:09 PM
















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