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(Townhall)   Texas abortion regulations requiring admitting privileges to nearby hospitals closes two more clinics, a regulation which even Townhall admits are "not necessary to provide women emergency care from abortion complications"   (townhall.com ) divider line
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2014-03-07 02:30:09 PM  

Mikey1969: Karac: MindStalker: HOLD ON WTF.

A read this entire article and there was not a single inaccurate DERPtastic statement made in it.

A townhall article that isn't biased. What alternative universe have a falled into????!?!?

New Texas abortion law closes 2 more clinics
AP News | Mar 06, 2014

If you need to fill your quota for derp, I'm sure the comments section can help you out.

This was a particularly stupid one...

Just think, these women will actually have to think before giving it away frivolously. They may actually become better women and earn the respect of their menfolk. Abortions are just a way for to perpetuate the careless, irresponsible behavior of some women and their mates...

Because pregnancy is ONLY the fault of women, don'tchaknow?


I'm currently taking medication where, if I were to get pregnant, it would cause not only certain death to the fetus, but to my life, as well.  My husband and I take precautions but one night our precautions failed, and I went out the next day and got Plan B.  We didn't get pregnant, but if we had, we most certainly would have opted for abortion because of the great risk involved.  But I guess these a$$holes would have deemed me 'frivolous' by having sex with my own husband.  They never bother to think that maybe it's not just irresponsible women who get pregnant on accident.  Fark them all.
 
2014-03-07 02:32:14 PM  

mcreadyblue: This will cost Texas dearly.

$10k birth at the hospital billed to Medicaid.

18 years of Food stamps.

12 years of free public education.


Not to mention that the closest clinic in the area is now on the other side of the DHS checkpoints. So Texans just voted themselves more anchor babies.
 
2014-03-07 02:53:55 PM  
Do they realize this means more anchor babies?
 
2014-03-07 02:56:08 PM  
bborchar:

I'm currently taking medication where, if I were to get pregnant, it would cause not only certain death to the fetus, but to my life, as well.  My husband and I take precautions but one night our precautions failed, and I went out the next day and got Plan B.  We didn't get pregnant, but if we had, we most certainly would have opted for abortion because of the great risk involved.  But I guess these a$$holes would have deemed me 'frivolous' by having sex with my own husband.  They never bother to think that maybe it's not just irresponsible women who get pregnant on accident.  Fark them all.

Yeah, my wife gets knocked up at the drop of a hat. She's gotten pregnant on the pill and while using the Nuva ring thing. Besides condoms, the only thing that works is an IUD. Needless to say, she has learned this by trial and error. My youngest stepson was when she was on the pill, and the Nuva thing happened when we were about ready to have a baby, but were going to wait a few more months so that we weren't rushing to the hospital in a snowstorm...

So yeah, even people who plan get preggers, and these shallow assholes can go jump off of a cliff.
 
2014-03-07 03:08:14 PM  

qorkfiend: Then: "Regulations are bad! Repeal all the regulations!"

Now: "We need more regulations!"

And they wonder why no one outside the party takes them seriously.


If you wonder why Republicans throw around claims like "the left is just dishonestly using regulations to intentionally, stealthily try to squeeze out and kill small businesses like X and Y / end capitalism!!!", this is why.

Since it's the way they use regulations themselves, they sometimes cannot comprehend that the left isn't using them the same way.
 
2014-03-07 03:25:56 PM  

BetterMetalSnake: mcreadyblue: This will cost Texas dearly.

$10k birth at the hospital billed to Medicaid.

18 years of Food stamps.

12 years of free public education.

Not to mention that the closest clinic in the area is now on the other side of the DHS checkpoints. So Texans just voted themselves more anchor babies.


I thought you said "Closet" clinic... I couldn't believe they were opening up underground abortion clinics that quickly.
 
2014-03-07 03:32:48 PM  

Mikey1969: BetterMetalSnake: mcreadyblue: This will cost Texas dearly.

$10k birth at the hospital billed to Medicaid.

18 years of Food stamps.

12 years of free public education.

Not to mention that the closest clinic in the area is now on the other side of the DHS checkpoints. So Texans just voted themselves more anchor babies.

I thought you said "Closet" clinic... I couldn't believe they were opening up underground abortion clinics that quickly.


They have been around forever.

www.fetchmyflyingmonkeys.com
 
2014-03-07 03:43:41 PM  

jst3p: Mikey1969: BetterMetalSnake: mcreadyblue: This will cost Texas dearly.

$10k birth at the hospital billed to Medicaid.

18 years of Food stamps.

12 years of free public education.

Not to mention that the closest clinic in the area is now on the other side of the DHS checkpoints. So Texans just voted themselves more anchor babies.

I thought you said "Closet" clinic... I couldn't believe they were opening up underground abortion clinics that quickly.

They have been around forever.

[www.fetchmyflyingmonkeys.com image 400x317]


Maybe DeWalt will just make an attachment for your cordless drill that does this? It's 2014, after all, we've come a long way technologically, no more need for "accidents" falling down stairs, right?
 
2014-03-07 03:55:22 PM  
Mikey1969:

Maybe DeWalt will just make an attachment for your cordless drill that does this? It's 2014, after all, we've come a long way technologically, no more need for "accidents" falling down stairs, right?

Plan B coffee creamer.

"The best part of waking up, is contraceptive in your cup!"
 
2014-03-07 04:13:45 PM  

illogic: Sanctity of life my ass.  farking hypocrites.

[www.chicagotribune.com image 348x326]


That's why all of my exes live lived there....
 
2014-03-07 04:58:10 PM  
 
2014-03-07 05:12:29 PM  

Mikey1969: Karac: MindStalker: HOLD ON WTF.

A read this entire article and there was not a single inaccurate DERPtastic statement made in it.

A townhall article that isn't biased. What alternative universe have a falled into????!?!?

New Texas abortion law closes 2 more clinics
AP News | Mar 06, 2014

If you need to fill your quota for derp, I'm sure the comments section can help you out.

This was a particularly stupid one...

Just think, these women will actually have to think before giving it away frivolously. They may actually become better women and earn the respect of their menfolk. Abortions are just a way for to perpetuate the careless, irresponsible behavior of some women and their mates...

Because pregnancy is ONLY the fault of women, don'tchaknow?


Since women can have abortions, ya basically. Don't want your pregnancy? Get it vacuumed out.
 
2014-03-07 06:51:15 PM  

mcreadyblue: This will cost Texas dearly.

$10k birth at the hospital billed to Medicaid.

18 years of Food stamps.

12 years of free public education.


Haha.

Yes, the birth costs will be hard to avoid. But after that, food stamps are being cut continually, and that 'free education' thing will actually be 'prison,' and while that will cost the state money, the money will go to the people who run the for-profit prisons, who also happen to donate to the campaigns of the people making these idiot laws. It's a vicious circle. It just goes around and around. That's what makes it vicious. And a circle.
 
2014-03-07 08:08:09 PM  
Late to the thread, but why not...

www.mindhuestudio.com
 
2014-03-07 08:52:28 PM  
img.fark.net
Kill the unborn, not terrorists!
 
2014-03-07 09:12:43 PM  

PAPASandBEER: [img.fark.net image 449x319]
Kill the unborn, not terrorists!


Why not both?
 
2014-03-08 04:35:37 AM  

The RIchest Man in Babylon: Karac: If you need to fill your quota for derp, I'm sure the comments section can help you out.

Ayup

As a pro-Life advocate I can only see this as a victory, not so much for me or people like me but certainly for the millions of innocent Americans who will not be slaughtered in the coming years.

proud to be living in Texas where sanity seems to be prevailing. One Murder Inc. clinic still open is one too many.
Eat that progressive libtards, and we're not done yet. Texas should be an abortion-free state so no more taxpayer money is wasted on killing our own. We know what's going on. How many of those millions killed so far would have grown up to vote Republican and not Demonat? So, eat that Dictator, we in Texas are stopping your madness. Good news for once, I'll take it.Aaaaand I'm done.


That makes me very, very punchy.
 
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