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Roe versus Wade Overturned!
HockeyDad Offline
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This has been a test of Le HockeyDad Emergency Broadcast System.

In the event that Row versus Wade is overturned, please exit your homes or place of business immediately and set everything you see on fire.
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It's good to be prepared for Armageddon and the Zombie Apocalypse for when the authoritarian abortion nationalists go bonkers!
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HockeyDad wrote:
This has been a test of Le HockeyDad Emergency Broadcast System.

In the event that Row versus Wade is overturned, please exit your homes or place of business immediately and set everything you see on fire.

I live in Arizona and it's June. Everything is already basically on fire. How do i riot?
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I'm not sure, but carrying a BLM flag would be a good start.
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I’ve got some 3D printed pitchforks with bloody fetuses on them in lieu of this going up on Etsy….:..
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Mostly peaceful burning and looting.

RayR Offline
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ZRX1200 wrote:
I’ve got some 3D printed pitchforks with bloody fetuses on them in lieu of this going up on Etsy….:..


Wait a minute...are you competing with HockeyDad?
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^That's inadvisable... he's been in the biz for a while.
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I was negotiating a franchise fee for ZRX and the last thing I remember is he said “Does this smell like chloroform”.
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I hope the government is not playing any games. SCOTUS and their families need as much protection as possible. It is no joke that all of their lives are at high risk.
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Speyside2 wrote:
I hope the government is not playing any games. SCOTUS and their families need as much protection as possible. It is no joke that all of their lives are at high risk.



On this we fully agree...........I just don't understand taking things to that level based on decisions I do not agree with.These decisions are and should be based on law and not raw emotion.Sadly we already know which side reacts with their emotions when they don't get their way

Praying for all Justices.............
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It's done.

Good. The 14th Amendment is ALIVE and well! The Supreme Court has righted their ultimate f'up.

Hoping Planned Parenthood implodes now.
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Speyside2 wrote:
I hope the government is not playing any games. SCOTUS and their families need as much protection as possible. It is no joke that all of their lives are at high risk.

YES!
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It’s pretty great listening to talking heads on the morning news lose their minds and project where this might go.

What happened to “if it saves one life” and “it’s for the children”.?
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DrMaddVibe wrote:
It's done.

Good. The 14th Amendment is ALIVE and well! The Supreme Court has righted their ultimate f'up.

Hoping Planned Parenthood implodes now.

SAD!

Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade, Eliminates Constitutional Right to Abortion


The court upholds law from Mississippi that bans abortion after 15 weeks, opens door to widespread prohibitions on the procedure



WSJ

WASHINGTON—A deeply divided Supreme Court eliminated the constitutional right to an abortion, overruling the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision and leaving the question of abortion’s legality to the states.

The court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization upheld a law from Mississippi that bans abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy, roughly two months earlier than what has been allowed under Supreme Court precedent dating back to Roe.

In siding with Mississippi, the court’s conservative majority said the Roe decision was egregiously wrong in recognizing a constitutional right to an abortion, an error the court perpetuated in the decades since.

“The Constitution makes no reference to abortion, and no such right is implicitly protected by any constitutional provision,” Justice Samuel Alito wrote for the court.

“It is time to heed the Constitution and return the issue of abortion to the people’s elected representatives,” he wrote.

Justices Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett joined the Alito opinion. Chief Justice John Roberts, in a concurring opinion, agreed that the Mississippi law should stand, but said he would not go further to rescind the right to an abortion altogether.

The court’s three liberals, signaling profound disagreement, jointly authored a dissent. They accused the majority of discarding the balance precedents struck between a woman’s interest and that of the state in protecting “potential life.”

“Today, the Court discards that balance. It says that from the very moment of fertilization, a woman has no rights to speak of,” Justices Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan wrote.

Although the case before the court involved a 15-week ban, the overruling of Roe gives states broad latitude to regulate or prohibit abortion as they see fit. Many conservative-leaning states are poised to tighten access further, while some liberal ones have established permissive abortion regimes under state law. The decision could become a major issue in this year’s elections, as state and federal lawmakers look to position themselves in a post-Roe world.

Almost half the states have laws in place or at the ready to curtail or outlaw abortion, while others have laws that would preserve its legality. Questions on whether and how to limit abortions are expected to continue roiling state legislative debates.

The ruling, one of the most consequential in modern memory, marked a rare instance in which the court reversed itself to eliminate a constitutional right that it had previously created.

The decision also is a defining moment for a Supreme Court that is more conservative than it has been in many decades, a shift in legal thinking made possible after President Donald Trump placed three justices on the court. Two of them succeeded justices who voted to affirm abortion rights.

In anticipation of the ruling, several states have passed laws limiting or banning the procedure, and 13 states have so-called trigger laws on their books that called for prohibiting abortion if Roe were overruled. Clinics in conservative states have been preparing for possible closure, while facilities in more liberal areas have been getting ready for a potentially heavy influx of patients from other states.

The ruling follows a highly unusual leak last month of an early draft opinion in the case that suggested the court was preparing to overrule Roe and withdraw federal protections for abortion rights.

The Supreme Court has been investigating the leak at a time of strained relationships among members of the court. Justice Clarence Thomas in a recent speech suggested trust among members of the court had been lost. And when the court heard oral arguments in the Dobbs case in December, Justice Sonia Sotomayor questioned whether the court could “survive the stench” created by perceptions “that the Constitution and its reading are just political acts.”

The court’s Roe decision in 1973, written by Nixon appointee Justice Harry Blackmun, reflected a line of legal thinking that the Constitution barred political majorities from imposing their moral judgments on the intimate choices of individuals. The Roe court grounded the right to an abortion in the 14th Amendment’s guarantee that states can’t deprive individuals of life and liberty without due process of law. The ruling built off a constitutionally recognized right to privacy, which came when the court struck down state restrictions on contraceptives.

That ruling didn’t spark an immediate outcry, but by the Reagan era, it had become a rallying point for conservatives who believed the high court had improperly invented rights not laid out in the Constitution, usurping the political branches of government. The issue of abortion has hung over the Supreme Court ever since, as well as the Senate confirmation process for new justices.

Mr. Trump pledged to appoint justices who would overrule Roe, and when he named Justice Amy Coney Barrett to succeed the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the court’s conservative majority grew to six justices. That gave hope to abortion opponents that aggressive new state measures might find high-court support and led some, including Mississippi, to call on the court to overrule Roe.

The court does on occasion overrule its past decisions—notably, for instance in the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education decision that ended racial segregation in public schools—but justices for years have dueled over when it is appropriate to do so. Most of those debates have taken place in cases that had nothing to do with abortion, but the future of Roe has loomed over the discussions.

The Supreme Court in 1992 came close to overruling Roe, in Planned Parenthood v. Casey, a case involving abortion restrictions in Pennsylvania. But internal deliberations led the court to preserve core protections for abortion rights, under a controlling opinion forged by three GOP appointees.

Mississippi’s law, the Gestational Age Act, was adopted in 2018 and initially designed as a more incremental attack on abortion. At the time, a full legal assault on Roe had no realistic chance of success because Justice Anthony Kennedy, a maverick conservative, stood alongside Justice Ginsburg and three other liberal justices in forming a solid majority to keep abortion rights in place.

The case began when the state’s only provider, the Jackson Women’s Health Organization, sued to strike down the 15-week law.

After Justice Kennedy later in 2018 retired and Justice Ginsburg died in 2020, Mississippi shifted gears in how it defended its restrictions. After previously arguing its law could be upheld without jettisoning all constitutional protections for abortion, the state urged the high court to ditch Roe and Casey altogether.
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rfenst wrote:
SAD!

Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade: Live Updates



WSJ

A deeply divided Supreme Court eliminated the constitutional right to an abortion, overruling the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision and leaving the question of abortion’s legality to the states.

The court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization upheld a law from Mississippi that bans abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy, roughly two months earlier than what has been allowed under Supreme Court precedent dating back to Roe.

In siding with Mississippi, the court’s conservative majority said the Roe decision was egregiously wrong in recognizing a constitutional right to an abortion, an error the court perpetuated in the decades since.

Read the opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization
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Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade, Eliminates Constitutional Right to Abortion

The Supreme Court’s overruling of Roe v. Wade gives states broad latitude to regulate or prohibit abortion as they see fit.ELIZABETH FRANTZ FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
WASHINGTON—A deeply divided Supreme Court eliminated the constitutional right to an abortion, overruling the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision and leaving the question of abortion’s legality to the states.

The court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization upheld a law from Mississippi that bans abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy, roughly two months earlier than what has been allowed under Supreme Court precedent dating back to Roe.

In siding with Mississippi, the court’s conservative majority said the Roe decision was egregiously wrong in recognizing a constitutional right to an abortion, an error the court perpetuated in the decades since.

Although the case before the court involved a 15-week ban, the overruling of Roe gives states broad latitude to regulate or prohibit abortion as they see fit. Many conservative-leaning states are poised to tighten access further, while some liberal ones have established permissive abortion regimes under state law. The decision could become a major issue in this year’s elections, as state and federal lawmakers look to position themselves in a post-Roe world.

Almost half the states have laws in place or at the ready to curtail or outlaw abortion, while others have laws that would preserve its legality. Questions on whether and how to limit abortions are expected to continue roiling state legislative debates.

The ruling, one of the most consequential in modern memory, marked a rare instance in which the court reversed itself to eliminate a constitutional right that it had previously created.

The decision also is a defining moment for a Supreme Court that is more conservative than it has been in many decades, a shift in legal thinking made possible after President Donald Trump placed three justices on the court. Two of them succeeded justices who voted to affirm abortion rights.

Read the full article

2 min ago
Where Abortion Is Legal and Where It Loses Protections Without Roe v. Wade

KARA DAPENA
The Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 decision that established the constitutional right to an abortion.

The majority opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization upends nearly five decades of precedent and allows stronger state restrictions to take effect—including total abortion bans. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have been preparing for the shift for years, bringing laws forward that further restrict or assert protections for abortion.

Now, because of a patchwork of state laws, abortion access will vary widely depending on where someone lives.

Read the full article

35 min ago
Fertility Doctors Move Embryos to Other States in Case of Roe v. Wade Impact

The embryology lab at a Boston IVF fertility center in Waltham, Mass.KAYANA SZYMCZAK FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
Fertility companies and patients are moving embryos and making contingency plans in case Roe v. Wade is overturned and abortion laws in some states extend to protect eggs fertilized in laboratories.

More than 2% of 3.7 million babies born in the U.S. in 2019 were conceived through in vitro fertilization, the latest federal data show. Many embryos created through IVF aren’t viable, fertility specialists said, and those that aren’t ultimately transferred into a uterus may be discarded. Some fertility and legal experts said the loss or discarding of embryos could be criminalized by statutes that ban abortion from the moment of fertilization or that grant personhood rights to embryos.

“There could be unintended consequences on IVF from these laws aimed at restricting abortions,” said Alan Penzias, a reproductive endocrinologist at Boston IVF, a Massachusetts-based fertility company, and an associate professor at Harvard Medical School.

Read the full article

47 min ago
Upholding Roe v. Wade Is Supported by Most Americans, WSJ Poll Finds

Supporters and opponents of legal abortion demonstrated outside the U.S. Supreme Court last month after the leak of a draft opinion.EVELYN HOCKSTEIN/REUTERS
WASHINGTON—More than two-thirds of Americans want to uphold Roe v. Wade, and most favor women having access to legal abortion for any reason, according to a new Wall Street Journal poll that shows a four-decade evolution in the country’s viewpoints regarding the procedure.

The findings are from a Journal poll conducted with NORC at the University of Chicago, a nonpartisan research organization that measures social attitudes. The poll was taken after the leak of a draft opinion that suggests the Supreme Court might be preparing to overturn the 1973 decision that established the constitutional right to an abortion.

In the survey, 68% of respondents said they wouldn’t like to see the court completely overturn Roe, while 30% said they support that move.

Read the full article

54 min ago
Four Important Supreme Court Opinions Still to Come
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The Jackson Womens Health Organization in May.KATHLEEN FLYNN/REUTERS
Kennedy v. Bremerton School District

A school district in Washington state says a high-school football coach was improperly using his public employment to promote his religion by kneeling in silent prayer on the 50-yard line after games, with some players coming over to join him. The former coach, Joe Kennedy, said his actions amounted to a protected act of private speech because he played no favorites with the students who participated in the prayer circle.

Biden v. Texas

In this case, the Supreme Court will rule on whether the Biden administration can be compelled to maintain the Trump administration’s Remain in Mexico program, which denied entry to asylum applicants from Central America while their cases were being processed. The Biden administration said the law exposed asylum applicants to unsafe conditions, and that it was pursuing other measures to ease the burden on the immigration system; Missouri and Texas said the government was obliged either to deny entry to these applicants or imprison them within the U.S. until their claims were resolved.

West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency

A coalition of Republican-leaning states and small coal producers argue that EPA’s power to combat greenhouse gases is limited to measures within the fence lines of specific power plants, excluding broader measures the agency says are more effective. The case, argued in February, could lead to new limits on the executive branch’s regulatory power.

Oklahoma v. Castro-Huerta

Oklahoma argues it retains concurrent authority on Indian reservations with the federal government to prosecute nontribal citizens even when a crime’s victim is Native American, seeking to reverse one consequence of the Supreme Court’s 2020 decision recognizing nearly half of the state as Indian country. That decision transferred many criminal cases from state courts to federal jurisdiction. Should the court agree with Oklahoma, other states with Indian reservations could find themselves with authority for prosecuting crimes over swaths of territory that for generations have been the U.S. Justice Department’s sole responsibility.

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What to Know About the Draft Abortion Opinion
By Brent Kendall
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Demonstrators gathered in front of the Supreme Court after the draft opinion was leaked.BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE/GETTY IMAGES
For months, the Supreme Court has been considering whether to eliminate federal constitutional protections for abortion rights in a case arising out of Mississippi, one of the court’s most widely anticipated cases in decades. A leaked draft opinion in the case, published by Politico, suggested that a majority of the justices are preparing to overrule Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision that established a constitutional right to an abortion. Here’s a look at the case and the extraordinary breach of the high court’s behind-the-scenes deliberations.

What is Roe v. Wade?

The Supreme Court in Roe found that the right to abortion was a fundamental liberty protected by the 14th Amendment’s due process clause. Under current precedent, a woman has a right to terminate a pregnancy during the time period before a fetus is capable of life outside the womb, generally around 22 to 24 weeks of pregnancy.

How did the court vote in Roe v. Wade?

Roe v. Wade was a 7-2 decision for Jane Roe. The majority opinion was written by Justice Harry A. Blackmun. Justices Burger, Douglas, Brennan, Stewart, Marshall, Blackmun and Powell voted in favor while Justices White and Rehnquist voted against.

Is Roe v. Wade for or against abortion?

The 1973 Supreme Court ruling Roe v. Wade established federal protection for legal abortion.
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LMAO!!!!

When you're not busy advocating for the grooming of K-3rd grade schoolchildren now you want to keep up the Margret Sanger murder factories? That's not a good look Robert. AT ALL.

Now, more states will kick this to the curb. Life wins.
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DrMaddVibe wrote:
LMAO!!!!

When you're not busy advocating for the grooming of K-3rd grade schoolchildren now you want to keep up the Margret Sanger murder factories? That's not a good look Robert. AT ALL.

Now, more states will kick this to the curb. Life wins.

Grooming? Frank you!
Murder factories- nope.
Life wins- perhaps.
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Whistlebritches wrote:
Praying for all Justices.............

Yes. Their safety is paramount (even when I vehemently disagree with them).
So, how were those cigars? All good?
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Roe V Wade has been off target since the beginning. As far as I see there was no constitutional basis for it based on the path they chose to use.
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Speyside2 wrote:
Roe V Wade has been off target since the beginning. As far as I see there was no constitutional basis for it based on the path they chose to use.


It's like I've stated here multiple times...Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness are what all human beings should be able to strive for. Nobody is clamoring for Death, Slavery and the Pursuit of Sadness...oh wait...looks like there are some that want that. The sheer wisdom that Jefferson and the framers had...BRILLIANT. Their work lives on today.
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I don't know where there is a "constitutional right to an abortion" in the U.S. Constitution as the lizard people keep professing. Even the living document theorists can't find those words. That means there never was any such thing, so Congress never had any enumerated power to nationalize abortion, infanticide, or sacrificing children to Molech or fund any of those activities with the blessing of the SCOTUS or the President or anyone else.
That means these issues were something that fell squarely on the individual sovereign states and their people to address for good or for ill. Welcome back states rights, and federalism! Can we keep it?
What's promising is that even some conservative nationalists are seeing the error of their ways and a swift injection of decentralization is the way to save the divided union from leftist authoritarianism at the center.


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Isn't that Moloch, or did Allen Ginsberg spell it wrong?
RayR Offline
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Sunoverbeach wrote:
Isn't that Moloch, or did Allen Ginsberg spell it wrong?


According to the Jewish Encyclopedia, the name "Molech," was later corrupted into "Moloch.
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Huh, interesting. Not to mention ironic that a title for a demon would be corrupted
RayR Offline
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Sunoverbeach wrote:
Huh, interesting. Not to mention ironic that a title for a demon would be corrupted


Like I've told you before, the lizard people corrupt words to try to fool the proles.
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EMERGENCY! THIS IS NOT A DRILL!

Free abortions in California will soon be available.
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HockeyDad wrote:
EMERGENCY! THIS IS NOT A DRILL!

Free abortions in California will soon be available.


When are you scheduling yours?

https://tinyurl.com/3u3jrces
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I can't find my pitchfork.. Sad
DrMaddVibe Offline
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DrafterX wrote:
I can't find my pitchfork.. Sad



You don't need it. Git yerself a conceal carry!!!!

Glass half full!Beer
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Will there be abortionists doing some "mostly peaceful" burning, looting and rioting?
DrMaddVibe Offline
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MACS wrote:
Will there be abortionists doing some "mostly peaceful" burning, looting and rioting?


I dunno...BLM holds all the licensing.
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RayR wrote:
According to the Jewish Encyclopedia, the name "Molech," was later corrupted into "Moloch.

RayR wrote:
Like I've told you before, the lizard people corrupt words to try to fool the proles.

You mean lizard people like the corrupt Jews?

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DrMaddVibe wrote:
When are you scheduling yours?

https://tinyurl.com/3u3jrces


Well maybe I will! I can in this state.
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MACS is really gonna miss that place.
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So the daughter is in a group chat with some of her liberal Californian friends….

One says: I want to sell my house and move to Canada. Or somewhere not franking crazy! Then I want to go back to school and become an abortion doctor and travel the country giving abortions even though I hate travel.
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I love the smell of a good virtue signaling in the morning.
MACS Offline
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DrMaddVibe wrote:
MACS is really gonna miss that place.


Erroneous!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1bbxzoG5Ek

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ZRX1200 wrote:
I love the smell of a good virtue signaling in the morning.


You smell that? It smells like...Teen Spirit.

https://youtu.be/dQw4w9WgXcQ
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MACS wrote:
Erroneous!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1bbxzoG5Ek



https://youtu.be/G2y8Sx4B2Sk
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HockeyDad wrote:
EMERGENCY! THIS IS NOT A DRILL!

Free abortions in California will soon be available.

Good!

Or should I say Thank God?
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DrMaddVibe wrote:
It's like I've stated here multiple times...Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness are what all human beings should be able to strive for. Nobody is clamoring for Death, Slavery and the Pursuit of Sadness...oh wait...looks like there are some that want that. The sheer wisdom that Jefferson and the framers had...BRILLIANT. Their work lives on today.

People clamor for Freedom - yet we take away women's reproductive freedom.

Doesn't sound American to me.

I hear they are going after contraception next....
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So, if I gotta travel to a different state to kill a baby will I have to buy an out of state license? Will it be good for the weekend or just for a day..?? Huh
MACS Offline
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Brewha wrote:
People clamor for Freedom - yet we take away women's reproductive freedom.

Doesn't sound American to me.

I hear they are going after contraception next.... More crap spewing from your sewer hole, contraception has been promoted in lieu of killing babies


How did we take away "reproductive freedom"? What does that even mean? Women are free to reproduce all they want. They just need to be more careful, because now they can't snuff out a life due to inconvenience.
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MACS wrote:
Women are free to reproduce all they want. They just need to be more careful, because now they can't snuff out a life due to inconvenience.





PWN3D




















Herfing

Here's to turning off the spigot of taxpayer funds to Planned Murde...er Parenthood too!
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What's the difference of deer nuts and beer nuts? Beer nuts are a $1.75, but deer nut are under a buck.
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I heard Disney is gonna give free tickets with proof of abortions... Mellow
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DrafterX wrote:
I heard Disney is gonna give free tickets with proof of abortions... Mellow



Think

That might cut into future earnings...I dunno...
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I think most of you are gay, cause you clearly don't like women.
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DrafterX wrote:
I heard Disney is gonna give free tickets with proof of abortions... Mellow


Disney is more about proof of non-binary.
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Nearly 70% of the U.S. believes in the right to abortion.
Only 25% of the U.S. (lowest percentage ever) have a favorable opinion of SCOTUS.
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