Roe v Wade

carnivore

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Nov 17, 2007
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As I understand it, Roe was decided on a citizen’s Right to Privacy, in this case privacy between a woman and her Dr.
Why wasn't a constitutional amendment to secure a woman’s right to a first term abortion passed by congress in the last 50 years?
 
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predator1

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Dec 25, 2008
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Once again, the red team went with LIES to get what they want.

McConnell hypocritically denied Garland a vote, while using the exact opposite argument to allow a vote on Barrett … plus all 3 of the Trump justices LIED to the Senate in order to get confirmed only to show their true colors at the first opportunity.

However, I guess it makes sense that a LIAR like Trump would nominate other LIARS, who are supported by a whole party made up of LIARS standing on a foundation of THE BIG LIE.
How exactly did they lie? They did not take up Roe v Wade. They took up Mississippi’s abortion law that ultimately ends up superseding the Roe v Wade decision by sending it back to states where it should have stayed to begin with. Nothing in the constitution gives the federal government power over a persons body or the confines within. I’m anti abortion. But ultimately it’s not my decision to make to make for someone else. It’s none of my business or anyone else’s. We don’t live with the outcome of their decision, they do!
 

predator1

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Dec 25, 2008
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They can PRIVATELY go to another state and kill their baby in PRIVATE if they wish. Of course the baby will know but who cares right?
I saw where Dick’s Sporting Goods is offering to pay up to $4k for employees seeking abortion to cover travel expenses, food, etc if their home state bans abortions.
 

carnivore

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Nov 17, 2007
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I saw where Dick’s Sporting Goods is offering to pay up to $4k for employees seeking abortion to cover travel expenses, food, etc if their home state bans abortions.
I’m very curious about the motivations behind his corporate decisions. Is it purely a political statement?
 
Why wasn't a constitutional amendment to secure a woman’s right to a first term abortion passed by congress in the last 50 years?

Constitutional Amendments first require 2/3 of Congress to bring it to the states and then requires ratification by 75% of the state legislatures iirc. It’s a high hurdle to clear as it should be and now the Commie loving SOBs want to shit all over it instead. “Da Constance-2-shun wuz past by a buncha race-ests!” and the SCOTUS decisions mean nothing according to that big lipped ugly black congresswoman from Kalifornia.

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carnivore

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Nov 17, 2007
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Ky
Constitutional Amendments first require 2/3 of Congress to bring it to the states and then requires ratification by 75% of the state legislatures iirc. It’s a high hurdle to clear as it should be and now the Commie loving SOBs want to shit all over it instead. “Da Constance-2-shun wuz past by a buncha race-ests!” and the SCOTUS decisions mean nothing according to that big lipped ugly black congresswoman from Kalifornia.
Thats what frustrates me. There is a process for everything they want. But liberals seek to subvert those processes time and time again. Thats when my tolerance of ideas different than my own tips to preferring a federal divorce (or kicking stools).
 

Redlined

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The guy who made that awful decision to stop sale of ARs stepped down over a year ago at Dicks. He sits on chairman board. It's CEO is now a woman. Maybe they should name the store with a woman theme. Vag's or T&A.
I told the little lady years ago I could open a bikini waxing salon and name it the Slick Kitty, yeah that idea got shot down.....
 


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