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comparativeform of choice: more choice
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Have you ever seen a deer vomit?) than vote for the man, but if an anti-choicer is going to be running things, I want it to be an anti-choicer who is afraid to touch abortion with a ten-foot pole and is too scared of the issue to make waves.
Nor is the crop of that region produced on an extensive scale, that is, the choicer leaf.
Cuba, Old and New 1893
So the idea that even one Planned Parenthood staffer (by definition … a “pro-choicer”) is perfectly okay with funding even one abortion, specifically to kill a black child — well, we are unilaterally and unequivocally against that.
It also made possible choicer table linen, finer clothes and handsome napkins, and there soon developed definite rules for folding and laying the napkin so that there was published diagrams showing twenty-five ways to fold a napkin.
Depending who is in the relivant office at the time, either a pro-choicer could gloss over dangers or a pro-lifer could exagerate even very unlikely or purely hypothetical dangers in the hope of scareing women away from abortion.
First time I have heard a Pro-choicer admit that Pro-choicers lie.
They were very quick and abrupt in their actions, and their speech, in moments of hot discussion over the allotment of the choicer teeth, was truly a gabble.
Page 9 2010
I was hoping he'd share some of Bessie's choicer Yiddish bons mots, the randier the better, but his favorites seemed somewhat tame, summing up the "frustrated fatalism," as he put it, of his own peripatetic, quasi-show-business existence.
Sharing the Chutzpah Ralph Gardner Jr. 2011
Also, being a weak pro-choicer probably took away a key issue Coakley could have used to “scare” Dems into voting for her.
It will be fun to see if any radical pro-choicer ...