Cathy McVicar Chafin 
Member since Feb 19, 2012


I have lived in the Richmond area since 1975 Married for almost 33 years, this April 2012 Two children in their 20's Live in the… More »

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Re: “Bon Air Residents Petition Against Goodwill

Ah, I shop regularly at Goodwill. It fits my budget and I see it as a form of recycling. I just noticed that the green sweater I'm wearing in my profile pic was purchased at a Goodwill store.

Posted by Cathy McVicar Chafin on 05/03/2017 at 9:31 PM

Re: “Pro-Choice Rally Turns Raucous

The police are doing what they were ordered to do.
Who is really at fault here? Who on earth ordered them to carry weapons?! This decision was clearly meant to provoke.

At the silent protest on 2/20, the police were very cool. We even overheard them declaring to each other loudly, for our benefit, "these people are not breaking any laws, simply taking a walk in the park, and they aren't blocking the walkways...etc.."


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Posted by Cathy McVicar Chafin on 03/03/2012 at 10:15 PM

Re: ““Personhood” Gets Personal

How many So-Called Pro Lifers carry signed organ donor pledges? 18 people will die each day in our country waiting for an organ. One organ donor can save up to 8 lives.
Of course, we live in a free country and this is a personal, ethical and moral medical decision that each citizen has a right to make.
Should there be a law requiring all people to be organ donors, because it is " pro life?"
In vitro fertilization is a personal medical decision that all citizens have a right to make. It is a shame that this courageous woman has had to share a personal, difficult medical situation with the public in order for our legislators and others to understand & respect her rights.

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Posted by Cathy McVicar Chafin on 02/19/2012 at 10:46 AM

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