I feel very bad for that young girl in your profile photo. She clearly does not have a father who loves her and respects her choices. I sincerely hope she never has a miscarriage and is jailed because some men consider it suspect. They know. They expect this to be found unconstitutional. They want that to happen so that they can appeal it all the way up to SCOTUS where Gorsuch and Kavanaugh will go back on everything they said during confirmation and vote to repeal Roe v. Wade. that’s what Trump supporters want. End Roe v Wade, end gay and trans rights, end clean air initiatives etc. A black man in the white house who gave us Healthcare and gay marriage and half the The only thing I love more than camping is being a grandma shirt lost its ever-loving mind. All of the states pushing these blatantly unconstitutional bills seem to think that they have SCOTUS on their side. We shall find out if they are correct or not soon enough, it seems. they need to be their own country at this point. Legit most of the south should not be the voice of America. My worry is if there isn’t SOME regulation governing them they’d end up polluting the world faster than China and significant increases in poverty. they would get illegal and dangerous abortions.
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This what happens in my country where abortion is illegal and birth control is not accessible. Why do you think Latin America has so much poverty? yes, they should have spent it on that instead of risking our money with this pointless endeavour. At this point, we need our rights so it has to happen. They broke the law by passing this bill. They should have used our tax dollars for something useful. They need this bill to be as extreme as they can to get it in front of the supreme court. The only goal is to overturn Roe vs Wade and unfortunately, with who’s sitting the on the bench, they might. institutional debt is not the same as the credit card balance you carry. It means they have the ability to borrow that much money to fund projects. Similar to the national debt. Clean ’em out ACLU!! You could take a map of the United States and mark the areas where abortion is being outlawed with a red tack. Then have a graph at the bottom of the map that shows the correlation between the red tacks and the lack of education, teeth, common sense and respect of freedom. The more backwoods you go (towards the red tacks) the louder the banjos get. Best case scenario, the SCOTUS remands the issue to state control. Which is likely. That means we will have havens on the coasts for women who can afford to travel. Most women in the midwest and South can’t. These are some of the poorest states in the Union. Ohio and Alabama think they have a chance now that the membership of the supreme court has changed. Unfortunately, they may be right, probably not Alabama but some state that enacts laws making it almost but not quite impossible. Elections have consequences and we knew this could be one of them. Wouldn’t it be better to hit the political figures for that payment instead of Alabama? I mean, think about it: if you started targeting the actual people who passed the bill instead of some legal “person” that’s called a state, folks would be less inclined to stand for bills like these. If that Alabama abortion bill doesn’t have a single provision about fertility clinics that destroy hundreds (thousands?) of embryos annually, then we know it’s not about the “babies” at all. Ok, I’m curious- What circumstances should abortion be legal to all of you? If up to 6 weeks is not enough time for you, then what is enough time? Seriously, I would just like to know why this is so wrong in your The only thing I love more than camping is being a grandma shirt.
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The Alabama law banning and criminalizing abortion even in cases of rape or incest is a dramatic step in the wrong direction. The government should not be making decisions on behalf of women. I would protect women’s right to choose. It’s about time. When will we come to realize, as many our fellow first world countries already do, that our data is our own commodity, and that we should have some modicum of control in how it is used and protected? Like self-driving cars, this technology is about as reliable as a flu shot. Best way to avoid this “technology” is to wear a ball cap, keeping the bill of the cap relatively low, which I do daily. I have nothing to hide, but that’s not the point. “Big Brother” might try watching me, but I’m going to make it as difficult as possible.I can tell you that teaching something like that in a controlled environment doesn’t always work…I’ve worked with a system that was “taught” with 10000 volunteers to give it a broad cross-section of humanity…well when the world’s population is over 7 billion people 10,000 isn’t nearly sufficient to teach it anything. Being in public is like being on the internet…the minute you step foot in that space your privacy went out the window. You want privacy, stay home or go to a bank…that’s just reality, no matter what rose-tinted glasses people want to wear. This is the city that also encourages drug use, is awash in used needles, and has a department solely dedicated to cleaning up human faeces because they refuse to control their homeless population….I’m not sure this is what anyone would call “leading the way forward”. Scarlett Red Smith, it will absolutely hurt Alabama as a state, how ridiculous for you to say it wouldn’t. With the supreme court as it is standing today, Roe being overturned is an extremely real possibility thanks to the appointment of our buddy Brett. Are you okay with the entire country having similar laws? It’s not about making a point at all, it’s about protecting the rest of us. It’s also going to hurt the state with the expenses involved: Medical, hospital, legal, food, foster care. If it were a Blue state, there would also be job training and daycare, vocational and possibly higher education costs, because then the welfare recipients have job skills, and don’t return into the system. Kayleigh Ann Lehto has a point— the people ALWAYS suffer first, before those in power look beyond their own selfish interests.