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Just now, king of the county said:

Yep people are not as stupid as the Republicans would like to think

They know that social security and Medicare are democratic programs which work like a charm.

Universal healthcare free community college and the availability of abortion to women are popular with a majority of the country.

Go figure

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4 minutes ago, slideman said:

If the Supreme Court outlaws abortion or makes it possible for the states to do so you are going to see a revolution among suburban women like you have never seen before- against Republican overreach.

I don't believe abortion will ever be outlawed. It may be restricted and/or subject to more regulation, but not outlawed.

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6 minutes ago, rippy38 said:

I don't believe abortion will ever be outlawed. It may be restricted and/or subject to more regulation, but not outlawed.

They won't say it's been outlawed, but in several states, Texas and Mississippi in particular, newly enacted laws make it as good as outlawed. Other gop lead states are following suite, knowing that the heavily conservative weighted Supreme Court will look the other way.

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4 minutes ago, calguy said:

They won't say it's been outlawed, but in several states, Texas and Mississippi in particular, newly enacted laws make it as good as outlawed. Other gop lead states are following suite, knowing that the heavily conservative weighted Supreme Court will look the other way.

Not a chance.   If the majority does vote to overturn Roe, Roberts will join them and write the opinion.   He'll just do an updated Roe that limits abortion to 15 weeks or for medical necessity.   It's not going to be nearly as dramatic as people make it out to be, but both sides will be pissed.  

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2 minutes ago, crazyhole said:

Not a chance.   If the majority does vote to overturn Roe, Roberts will join them and write the opinion.   He'll just do an updated Roe that limits abortion to 15 weeks or for medical necessity.   It's not going to be nearly as dramatic as people make it out to be, but both sides will be pissed.  

Pure speculation on your part. The only thing certain, as you noted, both sides will be pissed. Always have been and always will be.

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4 minutes ago, calguy said:

Pure speculation on your part. The only thing certain, as you noted, both sides will be pissed. Always have been and always will be.

Yes it's speculation, but it's based on his past actions.    He really doesn't want the court to be viewed as political so he'll water down whatever ruling they give.   

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1 minute ago, crazyhole said:

Yes it's speculation, but it's based on his past actions.    He really doesn't want the court to be viewed as political so he'll water down whatever ruling they give.   

You could be right. He for sure doesn't want the court to be viewed as political but with trump's appointment of Federalist-picked justices, it might be beyond his control now.

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1 minute ago, calguy said:

You could be right. He for sure doesn't want the court to be viewed as political but with trump's appointment of Federalist-picked justices, it might be beyond his control now.

He always has the authority to write the opinion, and that's what really matters.   

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What I think is so ironic about the SCOTUS taking up this issue is, it seems like most of the leftists almost want Roe overturned because they feel it will help them in the midterms and beyond if it happens.

 

Anything for the "cause".

 

Lol

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59 minutes ago, crazyhole said:

He always has the authority to write the opinion, and that's what really matters.   

I don't think it'll matter one bit. Actions speak louder than words. When his court rules against the wishes of the vast majority, the legacy of his court will be forever stained.

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1 hour ago, king of the county said:

You want an abortion get it just do it early 

The laws in Mississippi and Texas  make this necessary before the woman knows she is pregnant. So clinics in those states will simply shut down.

There is no0 reason why any government should have a say in this.

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36 minutes ago, XavierOnassis said:

The laws in Mississippi and Texas  make this necessary before the woman knows she is pregnant. So clinics in those states will simply shut down.

There is no0 reason why any government should have a say in this.

Dont sweat it your future is bright 

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2 hours ago, slideman said:

They know that social security and Medicare are democratic programs which work like a charm.

Yup, working like a charm.

 

https://www.realclearpolicy.com/articles/2021/05/05/96_trillion_in_unfunded_us_medicare_and_social_security_benefits_775259.html

 

That’s according to truthinaccounting.org, which noted that there’s $96.3 trillion owed in promised but unfunded Medicare and Social Security benefits — $55.1 trillion for Medicare and $41.2 trillion for Social Security.

 

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53 minutes ago, XavierOnassis said:

The laws in Mississippi and Texas  make this necessary before the woman knows she is pregnant. So clinics in those states will simply shut down.

There is no0 reason why any government should have a say in this.

Mississippi is 15 weeks.   You think a woman is going to go almost 4 months and not know she is pregnant?

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40 minutes ago, crazyhole said:

Mississippi is 15 weeks.   You think a woman is going to go almost 4 months and not know she is pregnant?

Do you actually think government should make these kind of choices? I thought you guys were all about freedom and not letting the govt make decisions for individuals. Or is that just for certain decisions that affect you?

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3 hours ago, slideman said:

If the Supreme Court outlaws abortion or makes it possible for the states to do so you are going to see a revolution among suburban women like you have never seen before- against Republican overreach.

You and fucknuts will have to answer to God one day.

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12 minutes ago, calguy said:

Do you actually think government should make these kind of choices? I thought you guys were all about freedom and not letting the govt make decisions for individuals. Or is that just for certain decisions that affect you?

I pretty much always defer to federalism on issues like this.   Obviously we need laws and some limitations, it's just probably best for each state to decide for themselves.   

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3 hours ago, crazyhole said:

Not a chance.   If the majority does vote to overturn Roe, Roberts will join them and write the opinion.   He'll just do an updated Roe that limits abortion to 15 weeks or for medical necessity.   It's not going to be nearly as dramatic as people make it out to be, but both sides will be pissed.  

 

 

3 and a half  months is enough time to decide. if anyone thinks 6 months is is okay for a non medical necessary abortion , let them state their case.

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