BLASPHEMY: brain sizes: Einstein's and women's

Jd JDay123 at
Thu Nov 21 17:18:45 EST 2002

Cary Kittrell wrote: 

>In article <3ddc503f.8237747 at> JDay123 at (Jd) writes:
><John Knight wrote: 
>    {...}
><>It has already cost us TEN THOUSAND TIMES (10,000 X) as many lives as the
><>WTC, which makes Sandra Day O'Connor, who wrote:  "The spousal consent
><>provision in 3 (3), which does not comport with the standards enunciated in
><>Roe v. Wade, supra, at 164-165, is unconstitutional, since the State cannot
><>'delegate to a spouse a veto power which the [S]tate itself is absolutely
><>and totally prohibited from exercising during the first trimester of
><>pregnancy' ", the most dangerous
><>person on the planet.
><>Do we even begin to comprehend how much damage this STUPID woman did by that
><>single statement?
>Say, Jd, don't you ever get weary of quoting this boy's misinformation?
>In the above he tries to make it appear that Sandra Day O'Connor
>is singly-handed responsible for abortion, when in fact she wasn't
>even ON the Court when Roe v. Wade was decided; Roe v. wade
>was decided, 7-2, by a group of men.  Neither was she on the Court when
>Missouri vs. Danforth was decided -- so it's just a little hard to see how it 
>was All Her Fault.  Both landmark cases were decided entirely by men.
>Blame the chick, eh?  All the way back to Eden.
>-- cary

I'm sure Mr. Knight can defend himself.  So if you're having a
problem with what he writes, take it up with him.


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