User Profile: Amber Largent

Member Since: June 29, 2011


  • May 29, 2012 at 5:58pm

    @JROOK – And that’s why this “gendercide” arguement is so tripe when spouted by supposed “pro-choice” people – anything ending in “cide” (a suffix) means kill/murder. (Homicide, patricide, suicide…) You have to fully embrace “cide” to embrace abortion and thus cannot argue it’s wrong to have a “faulty” reason. Why is gender an invalid reason and birth control not? If you are pro-choice, there’s no difference. They argue you should still have the choice. Which is why abortion should be called infanticide and treated accordingly – to prevent genocide, gendercide, and eugenics.

  • May 29, 2012 at 5:48pm

    Posted on May 29, 2012 at 4:18pm

    I still believe Planned Parenthood is population control for whites,as they steer white females towards abortion and minority girls to the welfare lines to support their offspring.”

    YOU ARE SO WRONG. Number 1 user of abortion: minorities. Number 1 killer of black babies: abortion. Interesting you would ever think it’s a white thing… racism must be rotting your brain.

  • May 29, 2012 at 5:45pm

    The problem, though, is that they must first admit that they are human if they are assigning gender… and if they are human – GIRLS or boys – the abortion must be murder. If you are arguing that embryos aren’t alive/human, then gender selection should be legal. You can’t say GENDERCIDE unless you admit they are human and alive – otherwise you aren’t “killing” anything – which means that PP can’t argue that gendercide is horrible without arguing that abortion is also, and neither can lawmakers. Or can they? Didn’t we have these same discussions when it became permissible to charge a criminal with a double homicide if a woman is pregnant – but cannot charge a woman with murder if she kills her baby en utero. SMH

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  • July 6, 2011 at 6:43pm

    I am amazed by the lack of a.) respect, b.) decency and c.) intellegence these comments to a news story provoked. Rather than discourse, we get insults (from lewd/crude to thinly veiled). How can you think you are any better than anyone with this as standard for judgement? Just something to think about.

    I watched this and was amazed that the Blaze insinuated both ladies were brawling. That’s not what happened – MP Ahmadzai let her passions go to her head and then attacked (childishly) another politician. Did the other pick something up? Of course! Someone was attacking her. But this fifteen seconds of flared tempers is NOT a brawl. It was a scuffle at best. To the editors, you cannot say you are trying for radical journalism — returning to the truth, to the roots of journalism — when you’re sensationalizing a simple four line story.