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2022-06-29 2:58:40 AM  
We shouldn't be surprised that Republicans want to force a victim to carry her rapist's baby to term. We also shouldn't be surprised that they apply that to incestuous rape victims as well. They've been telling us for years about how much they love rape.

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This only begins to scratch the surface. The full collection consists of ten volumes and hasn't been updated since 2016. Most of the ten volumes consist of quotes from just a single four year period.
 
2022-06-29 5:01:30 AM  
It never ceases to amaze me how repugnant and evil Republicans can be.
 
2022-06-29 5:02:35 AM  

hlehmann: It never ceases to amaze me how repugnant and evil Republicans can be.


You're the one that voted for a black guy!
 
2022-06-29 5:03:40 AM  

Gordon Bennett: We shouldn't be surprised that Republicans want to force a victim to carry her rapist's baby to term. We also shouldn't be surprised that they apply that to incestuous rape victims as well. They've been telling us for years about how much they love rape.

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This only begins to scratch the surface. The full collection consists of ten volumes and hasn't been updated since 2016. Most of the ten volumes consist of quotes from just a single four year period.


Yeah, but the Democrats didn't [insert preferred excuse]
 
2022-06-29 5:05:26 AM  
Good luck enforcing any of these supposed crimes when jury nullification hits the fan.
 
2022-06-29 5:08:12 AM  
The biggest mistake we ever made as a country was allowing the former confederate states back into the union. We are paying for that mistake every day.
 
2022-06-29 5:08:58 AM  

mistahtom: Good luck enforcing any of these supposed crimes when jury nullification hits the fan.


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2022-06-29 5:10:19 AM  
There is nothing we can do.
 
2022-06-29 5:10:44 AM  
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2022-06-29 5:12:16 AM  

Gordon Bennett: We shouldn't be surprised that Republicans want to force a victim to carry her rapist's baby to term. We also shouldn't be surprised that they apply that to incestuous rape victims as well. They've been telling us for years about how much they love rape.

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This only begins to scratch the surface. The full collection consists of ten volumes and hasn't been updated since 2016. Most of the ten volumes consist of quotes from just a single four year period.


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2022-06-29 5:13:46 AM  

mistahtom: Good luck enforcing any of these supposed crimes when jury nullification hits the fan.


In South Carolina ? The specially selected jury will ask to burn the witch themselves.
 
2022-06-29 5:14:56 AM  

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The one on the right is considered far too liberal by most American conservatives?

=Smidge=
 
2022-06-29 5:16:29 AM  
The only good thing to come of all ofbthis is that my worthless, milquetoast, Republican-ass kissing, conciliatory jackass "friends" have had to finally shut the fark up in denying that this had been the Republican goal the whole time
 
2022-06-29 5:25:49 AM  

mistahtom: Good luck enforcing any of these supposed crimes when jury nullification hits the fan.


HAHAHAHAH.
 
2022-06-29 5:27:09 AM  
I thought Missouri banned Abortion completely on the same day the Kangaroo Supreme Court made their terrible declaration.. though I'm a bit light on the details I can find.
 
2022-06-29 5:27:33 AM  
Just a reminder that this is where incrementalism and compromise with our reasonable friends across the aisle for 30 years has gotten us.
If you hired someone to protect something and after a period of time that thing gets destroyed because you have not done anything in that time to put protections in place, the first thing that would happen is losing that job.
 
2022-06-29 5:36:56 AM  

sinner4ever: Just a reminder that this is where incrementalism and compromise with our reasonable friends across the aisle for 30 years has gotten us.


The incrementalism comment is right. They practiced it for two decades, accepting they couldn't change everything at once. They did the things pragmatists in the Democratic Party constantly harp upon - turn out to vote, win elections, and take small victories where we can get them. Unfortunately, we have a strong "perfect must be the enemy of good" contingent that refuses to take anything less than 100% and so we lose because of emails.
 
2022-06-29 5:38:51 AM  
It's all going to be so wonderful in Jesusland.

https://twitter.com/janevandis/status/1541916121741377538
 
2022-06-29 5:43:58 AM  
I found an editorial how Missouri's abortion ban is terrible, but it should be solved by voters, and not by the prosecutors refusing to enforce it.

Huh.. you think voters played any part in how this happened?  And even if they get it on November's ballot, the state legislature will no doubt go 'Nah, we don't wanna!' again.
 
2022-06-29 5:45:37 AM  

Alphax: I found an editorial how Missouri's abortion ban is terrible, but it should be solved by voters, and not by the prosecutors refusing to enforce it.

Huh.. you think voters played any part in how this happened?  And even if they get it on November's ballot, the state legislature will no doubt go 'Nah, we don't wanna!' again.


That's why they also need to boot the state legislature
 
2022-06-29 5:48:08 AM  

Alphax: I found an editorial how Missouri's abortion ban is terrible, but it should be solved by voters, and not by the prosecutors refusing to enforce it.

Huh.. you think voters played any part in how this happened?  And even if they get it on November's ballot, the state legislature will no doubt go 'Nah, we don't wanna!' again.


Missouri voted for Trump. Twice.

So yeah, they played a pretty clear role here.
 
2022-06-29 5:49:51 AM  
Ireland did this too. No abortion under any circumstances. A woman partially miscarried and the part of the feutus and placenta were still attached. She needed a D& C. The hospital denied her one. She died of septic shock. Ireland reversed the ban, made abortion legal and said to the Church: never again will we allow you such interference in our private decisions."

The US needs to do this too. Codify abortion and tell religious conservatives to f*ck right off.
 
2022-06-29 5:50:59 AM  

Astorix: Ireland did this too. No abortion under any circumstances. A woman partially miscarried and the part of the feutus and placenta were still attached. She needed a D& C. The hospital denied her one. She died of septic shock. Ireland reversed the ban, made abortion legal and said to the Church: never again will we allow you such interference in our private decisions."

The US needs to do this too. Codify abortion and tell religious conservatives to f*ck right off.


Why are you pretending the religious conservatives have zero say in what the US chooses to do?
 
2022-06-29 5:55:08 AM  
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2022-06-29 5:58:22 AM  

orangehat: The biggest mistake we ever made as a country was allowing the former confederate states back into the union. We are paying for that mistake every day.


Eh, we should have just had Reconstruction last another 70 years or so, and it should have been harsher. It shouldn't have ended until the last generation who fought was dead or so old they might as well be.
 
2022-06-29 6:00:28 AM  
I don't see any reason why SCOTUS couldn't un-codify a national law too.  Almost immediately.  Some orc AG would challenge it, and Squee's buddy would issue an injunction.
 
2022-06-29 6:00:54 AM  

qorkfiend: Astorix: Ireland did this too. No abortion under any circumstances. A woman partially miscarried and the part of the feutus and placenta were still attached. She needed a D& C. The hospital denied her one. She died of septic shock. Ireland reversed the ban, made abortion legal and said to the Church: never again will we allow you such interference in our private decisions."

The US needs to do this too. Codify abortion and tell religious conservatives to f*ck right off.

Why are you pretending the religious conservatives have zero say in what the US chooses to do?


I'm not. What I am saying is that the US is following this exact trajectory. Abortion was made legal because of a horrific case in 1964. I advise everybody to look up the death of Gerri Santoro. She gave herself an abortion in a hotel room and died of the bleeding. There is a extremely awful picture of her lying on the floor, dead, blood everywhere.

These extremists, 58 years later conveniently forget  the reason why abortion was made legal. Women are going to die. By the end of this year there will be a death from a ruptured Fallopian tube or something like this and the country will be reminded, once again, the reason why we need legal abortion.

And when abortion is made legal again, and it will, hopefully this time the US will tell the church where it can stick it.
 
2022-06-29 6:01:28 AM  
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Religion is abuse.
 
2022-06-29 6:04:13 AM  

Astorix: qorkfiend: Astorix: Ireland did this too. No abortion under any circumstances. A woman partially miscarried and the part of the feutus and placenta were still attached. She needed a D& C. The hospital denied her one. She died of septic shock. Ireland reversed the ban, made abortion legal and said to the Church: never again will we allow you such interference in our private decisions."

The US needs to do this too. Codify abortion and tell religious conservatives to f*ck right off.

Why are you pretending the religious conservatives have zero say in what the US chooses to do?

I'm not. What I am saying is that the US is following this exact trajectory. Abortion was made legal because of a horrific case in 1964. I advise everybody to look up the death of Gerri Santoro. She gave herself an abortion in a hotel room and died of the bleeding. There is a extremely awful picture of her lying on the floor, dead, blood everywhere.

These extremists, 58 years later conveniently forget  the reason why abortion was made legal. Women are going to die. By the end of this year there will be a death from a ruptured Fallopian tube or something like this and the country will be reminded, once again, the reason why we need legal abortion.

And when abortion is made legal again, and it will, hopefully this time the US will tell the church where it can stick it.


No one said that part was inaccurate.

The part you're ignoring is that the religious conservatives have a say in the US government, so the problem isn't that the government simply hasn't bothered to "tell the church to fark off" like you're suggesting.
 
2022-06-29 6:11:54 AM  
Can they go after people in another state who help South Carolinans get medical procedures?
 
2022-06-29 6:12:52 AM  
I, for one, cannot wait for the first legislator to get caught taking his daughter or secretary to a 'day spa' across state lines, and winding accidentally getting a very quiet abortion.
 
2022-06-29 6:36:02 AM  
One of my friends attended the protest inside the state capitol.  One Democratic lawmaker came out and talked to the crowd, but his tone was clear:  the Dems are helpless to stop anything.

One female pro-lifer held up a sign with 50s artwork saying "Get Back In The Kitchen!"
 
2022-06-29 6:36:49 AM  
"The bill also puts restrictions on communicating about or providing information on abortions."

So fark the first Amendment.
 
2022-06-29 6:38:04 AM  

JJRRutgers: One of my friends attended the protest inside the state capitol.  One Democratic lawmaker came out and talked to the crowd, but his tone was clear:  the Dems are helpless to stop anything.

One female pro-lifer held up a sign with 50s artwork saying "Get Back In The Kitchen!"


The Republicans hold a 2:1 advantage in the state legislature. What else do people expect?
 
2022-06-29 6:38:17 AM  

hubiestubert: I, for one, cannot wait for the first legislator to get caught taking his daughter or secretary to a 'day spa' across state lines, and winding accidentally getting a very quiet abortion.


Collect the bounty, and give it to planned Parenthood.
 
2022-06-29 6:52:07 AM  

Alphax: I found an editorial how Missouri's abortion ban is terrible, but it should be solved by voters, and not by the prosecutors refusing to enforce it.

Huh.. you think voters played any part in how this happened?  And even if they get it on November's ballot, the state legislature will no doubt go 'Nah, we don't wanna!' again.


It should be solved by the army being marched into Missouri and telling the legislature they're no longer needed.
 
2022-06-29 7:13:36 AM  
They may want to take their time. Ponder and revisit after midterms.
 
2022-06-29 7:14:50 AM  

Astorix: qorkfiend: Astorix: Ireland did this too. No abortion under any circumstances. A woman partially miscarried and the part of the feutus and placenta were still attached. She needed a D& C. The hospital denied her one. She died of septic shock. Ireland reversed the ban, made abortion legal and said to the Church: never again will we allow you such interference in our private decisions."

The US needs to do this too. Codify abortion and tell religious conservatives to f*ck right off.

Why are you pretending the religious conservatives have zero say in what the US chooses to do?

I'm not. What I am saying is that the US is following this exact trajectory. Abortion was made legal because of a horrific case in 1964. I advise everybody to look up the death of Gerri Santoro. She gave herself an abortion in a hotel room and died of the bleeding. There is a extremely awful picture of her lying on the floor, dead, blood everywhere.

These extremists, 58 years later conveniently forget  the reason why abortion was made legal. Women are going to die. By the end of this year there will be a death from a ruptured Fallopian tube or something like this and the country will be reminded, once again, the reason why we need legal abortion.

And when abortion is made legal again, and it will, hopefully this time the US will tell the church where it can stick it.


I am reasonably sure that they didn't conveniently forget it.  They consider it part of the plan.  The cruelty and the punishment are part of it.

They think that if a woman gets pregnant, it is on her to see it through.  Because it was either her choice or God's choice.  And either way, any effort to end that pregnancy should result in punishment.

This is the mindset that they carry right up until it is their daughter, or their wife, or themselves, bleeding on the floor in a hotel. That is the only time they change their mind.  Once that happens to enough lawmakers, this will shift right back to where it should have stayed.

In other words, the punishment is part of the plan as long as THEY are the one that has to suffer for it.

Until then, you can just expect them all to stand there self-righteously pounding their Bibles.
 
2022-06-29 7:21:49 AM  
STOP CALLING IT SHARIA LAW! Islam permits abortion. Faux christians own this shiat all by themselves.

The Sharia LAW shiat is racist. Full stop. Stop it.
 
2022-06-29 7:29:05 AM  

namegoeshere: STOP CALLING IT SHARIA LAW! Islam permits abortion. Faux christians own this shiat all by themselves.

The Sharia LAW shiat is racist. Full stop. Stop it.


LOL. White-knighting Sharia law.
 
2022-06-29 7:30:40 AM  

namegoeshere: STOP CALLING IT SHARIA LAW! Islam permits abortion. Faux christians own this shiat all by themselves.

The Sharia LAW shiat is racist. Full stop. Stop it.


That's kind of the point. Folks love to point to a boogeyman while advocating and doing FAR worse. It is identifying these bigots for what they are.
 
2022-06-29 7:34:55 AM  
Can someone explain how this one part is legal for them to do

The bill said it would be illegal to take a pregnant minor who lives in South Carolina to another state to have an abortion.

I can understand making it illegal for say a 18-20 year old taking his 16-17 year old girlfriend out of state being to have one.  But can they really tell parents they can't take their daughters out of state to have one.
 
2022-06-29 7:46:02 AM  

JJRRutgers: One of my friends attended the protest inside the state capitol.  One Democratic lawmaker came out and talked to the crowd, but his tone was clear:  the Dems are helpless to stop anything.

One female pro-lifer held up a sign with 50s artwork saying "Get Back In The Kitchen!"


isn't it nice when women fight for their own oppression?
 
2022-06-29 7:50:07 AM  

jumac: Can someone explain how this one part is legal for them to do

The bill said it would be illegal to take a pregnant minor who lives in South Carolina to another state to have an abortion.

I can understand making it illegal for say a 18-20 year old taking his 16-17 year old girlfriend out of state being to have one.  But can they really tell parents they can't take their daughters out of state to have one.


that's an update of the fugitive slave law and it's unconstitutional to tell people they cannot move freely across state lines.
 
2022-06-29 7:50:39 AM  
Fun fact: excepting Stephen Colbert, nothing good has ever come from South Carolina.
 
MFK
2022-06-29 7:51:05 AM  

SanityIsAFullTimeJob: namegoeshere: STOP CALLING IT SHARIA LAW! Islam permits abortion. Faux christians own this shiat all by themselves.

The Sharia LAW shiat is racist. Full stop. Stop it.

LOL. White-knighting Sharia law.


Never thought you'd see yourself in a position where that shiat is preferable to what you want to impose, huh?
 
2022-06-29 7:54:58 AM  

padraig: mistahtom: Good luck enforcing any of these supposed crimes when jury nullification hits the fan.

In South Carolina ? The specially selected jury will ask to burn the witch themselves.


You're forgetting that everything has changed.
 
2022-06-29 7:56:11 AM  

vrax: mistahtom: Good luck enforcing any of these supposed crimes when jury nullification hits the fan.

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The rules have changed, this ain't their land anymore.
 
2022-06-29 7:56:32 AM  

liquidsiphon: mistahtom: Good luck enforcing any of these supposed crimes when jury nullification hits the fan.

HAHAHAHAH.


Lol you type keyboard
 
2022-06-29 7:57:01 AM  

Astorix: jumac: Can someone explain how this one part is legal for them to do

The bill said it would be illegal to take a pregnant minor who lives in South Carolina to another state to have an abortion.

I can understand making it illegal for say a 18-20 year old taking his 16-17 year old girlfriend out of state being to have one.  But can they really tell parents they can't take their daughters out of state to have one.

that's an update of the fugitive slave law and it's unconstitutional to tell people they cannot move freely across state lines.


The argument they'll make is that it's similar to kidnapping.
 
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