[eDebate] ???Overturning Roe v Wade????

nrichter at umsis.miami.edu nrichter
Mon Apr 10 13:14:04 CDT 2006


It seems quite telling that you respond to real concerns about this community, 
particularily to two womyn by calling them "childish."  Enough said. 


Quoting Paul Strait <paulstrait at hotmail.com>:

> Bracket off the fact that no one has attempted at all to answer the arg
> made 
> by Rubino and Hester that if Aff's have to overturn Roe v. Wade, it
> doesn't 
> also mean they have to advocate a pro-life position.
> 
> Also, bracket off the argument made by many that this is an extremely 
> salient political issue and it is telling that people are afraid to
> debate 
> both sides of it.  (And the idea that Roe v. Wade is equivalent to Brown
> v. 
> Board of Education of Topeka is one of the offensive thing I have heard
> on 
> edebate since Matt Schiros was around, and a total slap in the face to 
> pro-life feminists as well as people of color).
> 
> The way that this complaint has been made just seems childish to me.  It
> 
> almost sounds like people would be willing to hijack debate if they
> don't 
> get their way.  "if the topic that I don't want wins, I just won't
> debate" 
> or "if the topic that I don't want wins, as a judge I will always vote 
> Aff/neg."  Grow up.
> 
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