The End of Roe vs. Wade

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Sex bad!!!
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Who wrote: Sat Jul 02, 2022 1:07 amSex bad!!!
very few people actually say outloud that they favor abortion as a last resort form of birth control.
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The EPA has needed a check for a looooooong time now. Its about time they finally got one.
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Abortion is Healthcare. Maybe they should have explained to this 10yo rape victim about sAfE SeX snd abStiNece.

https://www.dispatch.com/story/news/202 ... 788415001/


And some lawmakers believe she should be forced to carry said child.



"https://www.mississippifreepress.org/25 ... -gunn-says

Mississippi House Speaker Philip Gunn says abortion should be illegal even for a 12-year-old rape victim carrying her father or uncle’s child. He made the remark to reporters in the hours after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, allowing state abortion bans to take effect.

[...]

“No, (the law) does not include an exception for incest,” Gunn said. “I don’t know that that will be changed.”

“Do you think the Legislature should revisit that?” Pettus asked.

“Personally, no. I do not,” Gunn said. “I believe life begins at conception. Every life is valuable. And those are my personal beliefs.”

[...]

But during the last legislative term alone, Speaker Gunn killed or declined to support efforts to provide health care options for new mothers. This spring, Republican Mississippi Sen. Kevin Blackwell, R-Southaven, sponsored a bill that would have ensured low-income new mothers in Mississippi have access to postpartum Medicaid coverage for 12 months after giving birth. Currently, that coverage is only available for two months.

The Republican-led Mississippi Senate voted 46-5 for the postpartum Medicaid extension. On the Senate floor, Blackwell referenced the state’s history of passing anti-abortion laws.

“I think we’ve done an excellent job of protecting the baby in the womb. But once it’s out of the womb it’s like, ‘Whoop!’ You’re on your own,” he said.

[...]

Gunn, the past chairman of the board of the right-wing American Legislative Exchange Council, has long opposed expanding Medicaid broadly in the state, not just postpartum coverage. Studies estimate that as many as 300,000 working Mississippians who make too much for traditional Medicaid but not enough to afford health insurance could gain health-care access if the state accepted billions from the federal government to expand the program.

“As I’ve said very publicly, I’m opposed to Medicaid expansion,” Gunn told the AP on March 9, erroneously conflating general Medicaid expansion with the targeted postpartum extension. “We need to look for ways to keep people off, not put them on.”

Asked if the postpartum extension might have saved lives, Gunn offered a noncommittal quote. “That has not been a part of the discussions that I’ve heard,” he said at the time.

As he talked about a new “pro-life” agenda after the Dobbs ruling on June 24, Gunn said he “expects the churches to step up” to help pregnant women, but reiterated that he opposes expanding Medicaid or extending postpartum coverage."
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One thing that drives me fucking crazy is the term "pregnant people" however.
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disco.moon wrote: Sat Jul 02, 2022 1:56 am One thing that drives me fucking crazy is the term "pregnant people" however.
Men can give birth too!
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disco.moon wrote: Sat Jul 02, 2022 1:51 am Abortion is Healthcare. Maybe they should have explained to this 10yo rape victim about sAfE SeX snd abStiNece.

https://www.dispatch.com/story/news/202 ... 788415001/


And some lawmakers believe she should be forced to carry said child.



"https://www.mississippifreepress.org/25 ... -gunn-says

Mississippi House Speaker Philip Gunn says abortion should be illegal even for a 12-year-old rape victim carrying her father or uncle’s child. He made the remark to reporters in the hours after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, allowing state abortion bans to take effect.

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“No, (the law) does not include an exception for incest,” Gunn said. “I don’t know that that will be changed.”

“Do you think the Legislature should revisit that?” Pettus asked.

“Personally, no. I do not,” Gunn said. “I believe life begins at conception. Every life is valuable. And those are my personal beliefs.”

[...]

But during the last legislative term alone, Speaker Gunn killed or declined to support efforts to provide health care options for new mothers. This spring, Republican Mississippi Sen. Kevin Blackwell, R-Southaven, sponsored a bill that would have ensured low-income new mothers in Mississippi have access to postpartum Medicaid coverage for 12 months after giving birth. Currently, that coverage is only available for two months.

The Republican-led Mississippi Senate voted 46-5 for the postpartum Medicaid extension. On the Senate floor, Blackwell referenced the state’s history of passing anti-abortion laws.

“I think we’ve done an excellent job of protecting the baby in the womb. But once it’s out of the womb it’s like, ‘Whoop!’ You’re on your own,” he said.

[...]

Gunn, the past chairman of the board of the right-wing American Legislative Exchange Council, has long opposed expanding Medicaid broadly in the state, not just postpartum coverage. Studies estimate that as many as 300,000 working Mississippians who make too much for traditional Medicaid but not enough to afford health insurance could gain health-care access if the state accepted billions from the federal government to expand the program.

“As I’ve said very publicly, I’m opposed to Medicaid expansion,” Gunn told the AP on March 9, erroneously conflating general Medicaid expansion with the targeted postpartum extension. “We need to look for ways to keep people off, not put them on.”

Asked if the postpartum extension might have saved lives, Gunn offered a noncommittal quote. “That has not been a part of the discussions that I’ve heard,” he said at the time.

As he talked about a new “pro-life” agenda after the Dobbs ruling on June 24, Gunn said he “expects the churches to step up” to help pregnant women, but reiterated that he opposes expanding Medicaid or extending postpartum coverage."
Thank goodness we have someone that posts here that SHOULD have a say in how women's bodies shouldn't be regulated.
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Just so you guys know, the Supreme Court didn't ban abortions. In fact they don't care one way or another about abortions.

Take these issues up with your appropriate state legislature. They can now decide anything they want. Legal. Not legal. or anything in between. Its totally up to each state.

I personally wish they were still legal everywhere, but it makes sense to me that they let each state decide on their own.
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Animal wrote: Sun Jul 03, 2022 12:08 am Just so you guys know, the Supreme Court didn't ban abortions. In fact they don't care one way or another about abortions.

Take these issues up with your appropriate state legislature. They can now decide anything they want. Legal. Not legal. or anything in between. Its totally up to each state.

I personally wish they were still legal everywhere, but it makes sense to me that they let each state decide on their own.
I think most sane people understand this, what they did do though is reverse a ruling not based on law but on a book of fiction written 2000 years ago and interpreted 100 different ways
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which part of the constitution is it that guarantees a right to an abortion?
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Animal wrote: Sun Jul 03, 2022 12:13 am which part of the constitution is it that guarantees a right to an abortion?
According to which bible version?
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Who wrote: Sun Jul 03, 2022 12:16 am
Animal wrote: Sun Jul 03, 2022 12:13 am which part of the constitution is it that guarantees a right to an abortion?
According to which bible version?
that's about what i would expect from you.
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Animal wrote: Sun Jul 03, 2022 12:08 am Just so you guys know, the Supreme Court didn't ban abortions. In fact they don't care one way or another about abortions.

Take these issues up with your appropriate state legislature. They can now decide anything they want. Legal. Not legal. or anything in between. Its totally up to each state.

I personally wish they were still legal everywhere, but it makes sense to me that they let each state decide on their own.
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Biker wrote: Sun Jul 03, 2022 1:31 am Image

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Dudes tryin to get laid.
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* than
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I kinda wish I knew this was going on. Wouldve been fun to see the freaks live and in person
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CHEEZY17 wrote: Sun Jul 03, 2022 1:16 am
Animal wrote: Sun Jul 03, 2022 12:08 am Just so you guys know, the Supreme Court didn't ban abortions. In fact they don't care one way or another about abortions.

Take these issues up with your appropriate state legislature. They can now decide anything they want. Legal. Not legal. or anything in between. Its totally up to each state.

I personally wish they were still legal everywhere, but it makes sense to me that they let each state decide on their own.
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if you think about it, it seems to be the perfect compromise. if you want to live in a state where its legal you can. if you live in a state where its illegal you can still drive to a state where its legal. Its basically just a compromise to the voters in each state. and as polarizing as this issue is, it seems like letting it be settled state by state seems to make much more sense.
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I’m happy you folks are happy 😊
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Democrats hate democracy when they dont get what they want.
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CHEEZY17 wrote: Sun Jul 03, 2022 2:42 am Democrats hate democracy when they dont get what they want.
The funnier part is, they brought this on themselves. They volunteered be satisfied with what they had, they demanded more. They wanted to abort all the way to full term. And now they brought a ruling to the Supreme Court that should have never been made in the first place.

And worse yet, the far right have been given a foot hold to start getting rid of stuff, that should just be left alone. The left are fucking idiots.
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Enjoy your Christian Taliban
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Who wrote: Sun Jul 03, 2022 1:21 pm Enjoy your Christian Taliban
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CHEEZY17 wrote: Sun Jul 03, 2022 3:14 pm
Who wrote: Sun Jul 03, 2022 1:21 pm Enjoy your Christian Taliban
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