Abortions Maybe Illegal Once Again.

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/abortion-news

There’s a huge protest in my state over abortion rights. What happens next is to be seen.

Some birth control could be banned if Roe v. Wade is overturned, legal experts warn

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A. White, an award winning former librarian, who is also a long time member of Romantic Time and Publisher's Weekly. A. White has been writing for over fifteen years. She took classes in creative writing in college, specializing in ancient myths and legends. and later at a local community center while living in Chicago. In college she won the national contest to verbally list every country in the world, it's capital and ingenious language. Her works are mainly horror, fantasy, extreme, and sci-fi as well as, as some may says, "the truly strange predicament and puzzling." Books that I've written are "Clash with the Immortals, and eleven others which are part of the "Unholy Pursuit saga,". She has been working on the Chronicles since 2007. She wished to complete them all before introducing them to public so the readers wouldn't have to for the continuation to be written. The ideas of the book come from classic literature such as whose work greatly influence the world world such as Homer, Sophocles, Herodotus, Euripides, Socrates, Hippocrates, Aristophanes, Plato, Aristotle and many more. The "Book of Enoch" influenced the usage of Azazael as a main character and love interest. I created the primary main character from the Chronicle of Saints. I wanted to show them as real flesh and blood with thoughts, desires and yearning as any human. Not as they are so often depicted. So I created one of my own to show her as a real human that everyone can relate to.
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67 Responses to Abortions Maybe Illegal Once Again.

  1. For me, there is never a justification for Abortion.
    It’s always and will continue to be illegal.
    Because if I was aborted, I would not have been alive today.

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    • To each their own opinion.

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      • mosckerr says:

        Roe vs. Wade.
        States Rights Washington Bites. Now get Washington out of healthcare and education. Where was Obamacare during Covid? Washington leave the 2nd Amendment alone. Close the CIA, the NSA, and the FBI while your at it, don’t forget the Secret Service and IRS, together with the Federal Reserve. Annul the 17th Amendment.

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        • Had not been for many people having Obamacare, the chances of hospitalization would have been slim next to nil for many people. The death toll would have been much higher. More people have health care now than ever before. No, some things, a strong central government is needed to make some states do what’s best for all of their citizens. Some states would only do what is best for white people and others would be left in a dire situation. Without the federal government forcing them to do what’s best for its citizens a lot of people would suffer if some states are left to their own device.

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          • mosckerr says:

            Obozo care did not do didally-squat during Covid.

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            • Then what paid the medical bills when most people were not working?

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              • mosckerr says:

                Medical bills came when healing from disease collapsed during Covid.

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                • I’m not sure if I understand you.

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                  • mosckerr says:

                    Obama care did not address health care. It reduces the American people to cold statistics. Human beings do not exist as cold statistics except when describing dead bodies.

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                    • Well, it certainly wasn’t being addressed before Obama care. People without insure had to go to a clinic or ER and hope for the best. President Roosevelt tried to do pretty the same thing Obama did. But Congress fought every president like a wild cat who tried to make universal health care available to all citizens. Why? Why not every American have access to the same medical care? That doesn’t sound racist and classism to you?

                      So you think people should go back to the clinic or ER days and hope for the best? You may not know it but you are invigorating and parroting right wing Republicans ideology which helps no one but rich white males.

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                    • mosckerr says:

                      [Well, it certainly wasn’t being addressed before Obama care. ] Obama-care = socialized medicine. Before the Corporate monopolies in conjunction with their bought and paid for Congress persons & Senators (ever wonder why the cost to elect someone to office — so incredibly expensive? ), and Federal Bureaucrat insider traitors, so completely corrupted Washington, the US had the best health care in the world.

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                    • Oh, since you see it that way and there’s no changing your opinion, what do you suggest as the solution to health care? Many people’s who had private insurance the premiums were as high was 300 to 400 hundreds. Many people had pre-existing problems the company denied enrolling them.

                      What you suggest we do about these problems. We kicked these problems down the road for eighty years with no resolution other than what you keep quoting. Not liking someone and not liking their work are too wholly different things. And it’s clear you can not distinct the two.

                      You see, that’s the problems I have with those who keep knocking Obama care. They aren’t coming up with anything better. Sick people do not want to hear about politic. They want to know will their bill be footed and not send them into the poor house. Because high premiums for high priced treatments can do that.

                      The fact that you say the ” the US had the best health care in the world” shows your limited vision on reality. It maybe the best in the world but it’s off limit to so many people because our health care system is as racist as the rest of the country and will not equally provide services needed.

                      I suggest you go and study our society in depths and see that the things you are defending are hurting everyone except the top 1%.

                      Stop parroting Trump and his Drain the Swamp motto when he’s part of the swamp. He didn’t do anything but keep up strife the whole four years in office. That’s not what being a president is all about.

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                    • mosckerr says:

                      Break up the Federal regulation of the Corporate monopolies through the restoration of States rights. Employer-sponsored private coverage is private insurance originally obtained through the workplace that is, either through a present or former employer or union.

                      The Medicaid category includes those who reported coverage by “any other public assistance program that pays for health care” in 1982-1989 and 1992-1996.

                      In 1976, persons were assigned Medicare coverage if they reported not being covered by any (private) health insurance plan because care was received through Medicare.

                      The term, health insurance, refers to private insurance in the 1959, 1962-63, 1968, and 1970 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS), a plan specifically designed to pay all or part of the medical or hospital expenses of the insured individual.

                      (Private) health insurance excludes the following kinds of plans: (1) plans limited to the “dread diseases”, such as cancer and polio; (2) “free care” such as public assistance or public welfare or Medicaid (as of 1968), care given free of charge to veterans, care given to dependents of military personnel, care given under the Uniformed Services Dependents Medical Care Program, Crippled Children or similar programs, and care of persons admitted for research purposes; (3) insurance which pays bills only for accidents, such as liability insurance held by a car or property owner, insurance that covers children for accidents at school or camp, and insurance that that covers workers only for accidents, injuries, or diseases incurred on the job: and (4) insurance which pays only for loss of income.

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                    • [[ The Medicaid category includes those who reported coverage by “any other public assistance program that pays for health care” in 1982-1989 and 1992-1996.

                      In 1976, persons were assigned Medicare coverage if they reported not being covered by any (private) health insurance plan because care was received through Medicare.]]

                      I see you don’t live in and have never had to deal with the system as many Americans have. Minorities have never gotten these things simply because they were due them. They were denied them until the cows came home and often bankrupted if a serious chronic illness struck a family member. Had what you wrote been the case there would’ve been no need for a more inclusive health care system. To qualify for programs was plain ridiculous. The Affordable Health Care Act took away the states’ racist case workers ability to do this to a large group of people and that’s what peeved off so many people who still think it’s pre-Civil War era.

                      It has nothing to do with Obama, the insurance companies, high premiums [rates have always been stellar], or whatever else which racist people keep saying. It’s all about putting white power back in its heyday. Which is sad because during the white power heyday, it wasn’t very good to a lot of the very same folks and their descendants who want it back. That’s the inarticulate I see circulating. Why on earth would people want to bring something back that didn’t help or advance them? That is beyond my comprehension.

                      [[Break up the Federal regulation of the Corporate monopolies through the restoration of States rights.]] I see you have no idea why this is not a good idea. Some states are tyrannical to certain citizens that’s why the right was limited to begin with.

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                    • mosckerr says:

                      Did not say no flaws existed in the system. Only that the system today has more flaws than then.

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                    • Take it from someone who lived through the old way and lose everything and had to start all over again. The new way is better. Much better.

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                    • mosckerr says:

                      I left and made Aliyah to Israel back in 1991. I’ll take your word on the current health care in the US. I do not trust socialized medicine, not in the US nor in Israel.

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                    • Well, I can tell you it was worst predating the Affordable Health Care Act. I know Aliyah as a girl’s name. 🙂

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                    • mosckerr says:

                      Aliyah in Hebrew means ‘rising up’

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                    • Okay, thanks for clarifying that.

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                    • mosckerr says:

                      A representative of India, one Miloon Kothari, also a member of the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC).

                      In that disgraceful liberal, pro homosexual, morally decrepid magazine, he barked like a dog at Jews on the other side of the fence, yapping: “We are very disheartened by the social media that is controlled largely by – whether it is the Jewish lobby or specific NGOs”

                      Israel should break all diplomatic relations with that worthless and utter discredited UN talking puppet. Diplomacy: conducted with allies not enemies. Diplomacy: conducted between Governments not mob nations who despise the existence of “the Zionist Entity”. Had this jabber moron served India as a diplomat sent to Israel, without question this dog would have muzzled his tongue.

                      Honestly what benefits does Israel profit by joining a “pretend society with delusions of World Government”. That continually bad mouths the Jewish state?

                      Nation states operated fine before the post WWII establishment of the UN. Recall that Germany, almost immediately after it withdrew from the League of Nations, that “post WWI Wilson peace society” collapsed, and WWII proved conclusively that Europeans live on the level of the most despicable barbarian societies.

                      Kothari said his trash talk on July 2022, in an interview with criminally insane assimilated liberal left Kapo-Reform Judaism bloody rag: Mondoweiss.

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                    • What has this to do with women’s reproduction rights?

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                    • mosckerr says:

                      An excellent question. Answer: no such thing as “women’s reproductive rights” within the Bill of Rights of the US Constitution.

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                    • mosckerr says:

                      The land of Israel, the prophets referred to as the “virgin daughter”. Aliyah perhaps a sexual orientation LOL

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                    • Never thought of it in that sense. I always thought of it as nothing more than a beautiful name.

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                    • mosckerr says:

                      Cakes like onions have many layers.

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                    • Yes, they do. But an onion layers stinks. 🤣

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        • Regarding the 17th amendment, remember the British had us paying taxation without representation in Parliament. And the agencies you mentioned, they don’t need to be abolished, Th bad apples need to weeded out.

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          • mosckerr says:

            bureaucrats weeding out bad applies … dont hold your breath.

            The HUGE National debt and not enslaving the unborn generations to that Federal debt requires the Federal government down size itself and return intra-State autonomy back to the States.

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            • Yes, things once operated like that and the states ran into a lot of big problems. Problems called the Great Depression. Big problems that the Federal Govt. had to bail the states out of and it took nearly twenty years to do it. No one is going down that road again because of certain people’s way of thinking.

              A strong central govt was drawn up by the Article of Confederation to protect the 13 states and make sure they followed certain procedures and progress to ensure that the common welfare for all states are promoted equally.
              The Articles of Confederation were adopted by the Continental Congress on November 15, 1777. This document served as the United States’ first constitution. It was in force from March 1, 1781, until 1789 when the present-day Constitution went into effect. This was drawn up for a reason.

              Deregulation created most of the big national debt. Not so much govt spending as some people love to preach.

              Each generation inherit what their fore parents did. This unborn generation will be no different. The Greatest Generation inherited a wrecked train of a nation done slipped off the track, and sliding into the abyss, but they turned things around and gave us a great nation.

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              • mosckerr says:

                The Great Depression created by the Federal Reserve Central Bank when it severely restricted the flow of money by about 25% reduction of currency admitted to the open markets. This turned a one year recession into the Great Depression. So the Fed did not “bail out the States”, just the opposite occurred.

                The fundamental flaw of the Articles of Confederation the weakness of the Central Government. The Constitution of 1787 established the Executive Branch of government something wholly non existent under the Articles of Confederation.

                The huge national debt did not come till FDR government spending to create jobs socialism.

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                • So, do you think FDR shouldn’t have created the jobs> Had he not. We wouldn’t have been strong enough to have stood up to Nazi Germany. When looking at history you have to look at the entire picture. Not just the parts you don’t like. The states were doing it along during the first couple of years. That’s why we had places called A “Hooverville” was a shanty town built during the Great Depression by the homeless in the United States. They were named after Herbert Hoover, who was President of the United States during the onset of the Depression and was widely blamed for it..

                  The great depression had a smorgasbord of causes: The stock market crash of 1929; the collapse of world trade due to the Smoot-Hawley Tariff; government policies; bank failures and people panicking before analyzing what was really happening; and the collapse of the money supply. The collapse of the money supply was because the FDIC didn’t exist to insure there would be no lack of money supply. 

                  The complete collapse of the economy was because there were no real programs in place to handle the crisis. There were no programs, so states had to help each other. Each state was dealing with its own set of problems. What you are talking about would have dire consequences if we go back to it. 

                  This is some of the same stuff that Teddy Roosevelt was trying to instill, but the separatists didn’t want it. And when the depression hit, there was a free fall. 

                  If we do away with many of these things you are talking about, there will be no more “united” states of America. They will no longer be states of a nation. States creating a nation. They will become individual countries of North America. The poor states will become poorer and there will be no protection for individual states shall a strong nation invade.

                  I don’t remember those days of individual states’ rules being good for only a selected few people and certainly do not want to  go back to them. What you are talking about will only favor the rich. It will keep the rich from paying money to support the poor and needy.

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                  • mosckerr says:

                    FDR used the Federal Reserve to cause the Great Depression. Post Civil War the Radical Republican constricted the Green Back just as did the Federal Reserve after the fall of Wall Street in 1929.

                    STATES RIGHTS WASHINGTON BITES.

                    FDR initiated a Collectivization of Farmland which resulted in the destruction of the “kulac class” of farmers in America as did Stalin who starved to death 1/3rd of the Ukrainian population in the 30s.

                    SOCIALISM SUCKS.

                    The Federal Reserve gave HUGE war loans to the British and French that they could no more repay than could the Germans their Reparations to England and France. So the Federal Reserve unaccountable bureaucrats decided to give loans to Germany. The Germans then used that money to pay Peter and Paul/England and France.

                    The the Wall Street collapse, the Federal Reserve unilaterally ceased giving loans to Germany and Germany (chain reaction: ceased paying war reparations to Peter and Paul).

                    BIG BROTHER GOVERNMENT SUCKS.

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                    • FDR was not president when the Great Depression started. Herbert Hoover was president. Calvin Coolidge policies, not FDR polices were the start of the Depression. Coolidge demonstrated his determination to preserve the old moral and economic precepts of frugality amid an age of prosperity. The FDIC wasn’t created until June 16, 1933, nearly four years later. We don’t a socialist government. If we did you wouldn’t be able to say the things you do. Russia has a Socialism government.
                      Congress has to decide if the war loans are given. Not the Federal Reserve.

                      Let’s see, France debt was cancelled due to we never paid them for their aide during the Revolutionary War and Britain, who know why they haven’t pay us back? One argument used is that Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill was legally an American citizen. True he was. Therefore it’s argued America was helping its own interest in Europe. Churchill.

                      When were loans given to Germany? I know we help rebuilt West Germany after WWII to place a military base there.

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            • I agree with you about weeding out the bad apples.

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          • mosckerr says:

            The 17th amendment destroyed the diplomatic service of US Federal Senators to the State legislatures which appointed them to Congress. After the 17th Amendment US Senators did not get their bread buttered by the State legislature! Hence their allegiance turned to the Corporate monopolies.

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            • United States senators have been elected directly by voters since 1913. Prior to that time, state legislatures chose the state’s senators. Now, these same voters can withcall a senator.

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              • mosckerr says:

                No. The 17th Amendment not passed till May 1912. Prior to that time all US Senators the State legislatures appointed as the chosen diplomat of the State which appointed that Senator to Congress.

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                • It may had been introduced to the Senate floor on May 1912 but it was not ratified until April 8, 1913. It was Passed by Congress on May 13, 1912, and ratified on April 8, 1913, the 17th Amendment modified Article I, Section 3, of the Constitution by allowing voters to cast direct votes for U.S. senators. Prior to its passage, senators were chosen by state legislatures. It’s the ratification date that makes it a law, not the date it was introduce. Hundreds of bills are introduced. Most bills never see the senate floor. You are right. Prior to this bill, the state legislation did select the senator on the grounds that the people didn’t have sense enough to select the right person.

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            • I won’t dispute many senators are sent to Congress solely supported by the big money bags for their commercial interest. They campaign more avidly because they have more money to do so. Unfortunately, it works that way in most aspects of modern life. For example: Money determines if a book is read by the public or not. Which stories make the news and etc. Heavily marketed books with major money thrown behind them aren’t always the best book. It’s the most moneyed book. But it will make it to the New Times Best Seller’s List not because it’s a great book but because it was heavily lobbied book.

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              • mosckerr says:

                [[They campaign more avidly because they have more money to do so. ]]
                Follow the money. Where do these bribed chumps get their money? “Money” means nothing. The source of the “Money” means everything.

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                • I agree. Follow the money. It means everything. The money mean the source get to flex their ideas and their ideas become their power. Without it, no one pay him or her any attention. So yes, it’s all about the money.

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  2. For me, there is no justification for Abortion.
    It is and will continue to be illegal.

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  4. This is not a reflection on anyone’s opinion about abortions, but I just wish everyone would take the time to educate themselves about all the life alternating things that came out of this bill.

    Take the time to look at all as incentives Roe vs Wade paved the way for. How it opened a previously closed subject. The health care of women. Regular reproductive health care of women later became a part of American women health care when the bill was passed. Prior to January 22, 1973, prenatal and pregnancy health care in America was almost nonexistence and many women died from conditions they are saved from today.

    Many women didn’t see a doctor prior to delivering their babies because pregnancy and Prenatal Care and early child developmental years care wasn’t viewed as necessary. Many conditions that doctors would have caught had she and the infant been seen by a physician was often too late to help either one by the time she was in labor.

    The Supreme Court issued a 7–2 decision in favor of “Jane Roe” (Norma McCorvey) holding that women in the United States had a fundamental right to choose whether to have abortions without excessive government restriction and striking down Texas’s abortion ban as unconstitutional.

    This landmark decision was about much more than abortions. That’s the only things certain people talk about. But they are not telling the full story. It opened the doorway for the reproductive health care for all women. For many women in rural areas and poor urban areas this the only health care they and their young children get.

    If this is overturned, so many other aspects of the conditions it paved the way for can and will be overturned. All women need to take note of this.

    Could these other issues have been separated from this case? I would say so. But then again, we are talking about the dark ages of the 60’s and 70’s whereby in some places, a single woman wasn’t allowed to make major purchases like buying houses or cars in her own name. Some places, where women had to ask their husband could she get on the Pill. And I’m not talking about the days of Isabella Beecher Hooker, who was a arrested for trying to help other women with their reproductive health.

    And this was not that long ago.

    https://www.npr.org/2021/07/07/1013592570/how-an-anti-vice-crusader-sabotaged-the-early-birth-control-movement

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  5. We are never far off from the dark ages to return!

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  6. Mackenana says:

    Abortions are now illegal in some States. People, strangers having nothing to do with her pregnancy, in Oklahoma can have a woman arrested for having an abortion pass six weeks gestation.

    Women of my generation desperately tried to tell the younger women this would happen if they didn’t pay attention and stop kissing men’s rear end, but they didn’t believe us. Most young women are too absorbed in a man to fight for their rights. Little does they know as short as forty years ago a man, your husband could determine if you lived or died when pregnant and the thing about it, is you can’t tell these younger women these things.
    They don’t care that the older women fought like hell and a lot of them died, so that they can be free to call us bitter.

    The Conservatives are pushing for a death sentence if it’s too dangerous for a woman to carry the baby full term, then it is just too bad. They don’t care that many women died who wasn’t able to give birth.

    The domestic violence laws were passed in connection with women health care.

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    • Mackenana, sadly, some people have to experience things in order to believe them. I can’t figure out what the stranger have to do with a woman’s pregnancy? You are right, it was once a law that if a woman had an abortion and her husband didn’t authorized it she was sent to prison for murder. Many of these women’s sentences were abolished with the signing of this bill. So, if it’s overturned, and these women are still alive they can be send back to prison.

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  7. Hadley says:

    An almost repealed version exist in many states.

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  8. J. Andrew Smith says:

    Abortion is NOT the taking of a life. It is instead a couple creating a life then changing their mind. It is instead a rape victim deciding against bearing the child of a soulless maniac and/or family member. It is instead saving the life of a woman which her pregnancy endangers. It is instead a safe alternative to the coat hangers of the 60s and 70s. And most definitely it is none of anyone else’s business!!

    To all Republicans, repeat after me: None. Of. Your. Business! It’s a couple’s decision to create a life, so it’s also their decision to NOT create a life, which is NOT the same as murder! If you’re all so damn pro-life, why do you support guns, whose only purpose is death? Why do you oppose everything that helps kids once they’re born, such as gov’t programs like WIC and EBT? And how can you support Trump caging kids and tearing families apart?

    And finally, how do you not get it that unplanned babies usually end up welfare recipients, homeless, drug users, criminals or some other burden on YOUR tax dollars? Aren’t you the ones who bytch and moan about half of use supporting the other half? The why don’t you APPLAUD people who decide they’re too poor or unstable to have a kid?

    BECAUSE YOU’RE ALL MORONS!! You should not only have your kids taken, you shouldn’t raise or breed kids, or even vote. Ever. You should do only menial jobs 24x7x365, your wills should be nullified, you should donate blood and tissue regularly, plus all organs upon death, and until then you should also be guinea pigs for drug and medical experiments, bypassing 10 years of animal testing!

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    • I will admit, I do find it ironic that some bemoan the systems in place to support these fetuses grow into children, once they are born. I hope they know children have to be taken care of once they are here. You can’t sit them in a corner and they grow off of air like fungus. I don’t think people think that far ahead. Disempowering women serve no purpose other than to inflate certain types of men egos. It has nothing to do with the fetus.

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  9. Carmen says:

    Studies show domestic violence greatly increase when a woman is pregnant.

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    • As a former volunteer of a domestic violence shelter. I can tell you this is very true. There’s something about a pregnancy that change immature men into monsters or they are players who don’t want the responsibility of a child. A large percent of women are killed during their pregnancy.

      On the site Black Girl Tragic, a lot of these women were pregnant when killed. It doesn’t matter rather she was his wife, girlfriend or one time encounter. She’s dead and he killed her.

      https://www.blackgirltragic.com/home

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    • I wonders why no one does anything once the child is here and living in great despair and mind braking poverty. That’s my question. If it was not all about controlling women and male egos then men would do more to feed, protect and shelter the baby once it grow into a child. In most parts of the world men regularly neglect this responsibility but yet has the audacity to tell the woman what she better do or else.

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      • scatterwisdom says:

        unholypursuit

        Thank you for your thoughtful comment.

        I agree more needs to be done to help women raise a child in our contemporary times.

        If interested in a comparison to help discern your questions root causes of how children are influenced by parents to be prepared to cope in life in acient times compared to what we are now experiencing in our contemporary time, we need to begin with teaching wisdom and love in the Bible lessons to help reduce the need for women and children to be born in the future.

        We also need to understand once a child is born, they live for generations which means unless we change the reasons why women are treated as they are now and need more help is not going to change unless we all change and return to practicing the wisdom and love lessons taught in the Bible.

        Passing laws and not funding to support the laws is same as passing the buck, which has limitations. Printing dollars just adds to inflation spiral same as folly becomes a spiral to big or fast to control.

        Regards and goodwill blogging.

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        • Sadly, most people are more about making political points to lord over others than showing concern to why a certain decision is made. It’s greed that leads to inflation. New laws are passed rather than the ones already on the book enforced because it was accomplished by someone and each person in office is out to make a name for themselves.

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