The official consequences caused by the overturning of Roe thread

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blackangst1

Lifer
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Anybody who has been voting Republican for the last few decades, this is exactly what you have been voting for. Why can't you take individual responsibility for doing shitty things?
I would understand your sentiment had I voted straight ticket Republican. But I dont, and I havent.
 

nickqt

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Youre right. Sometimes a shit Democrat gets elected.
It's always fun when a fascist-enabling right-wing authoritarian has to go way down deep and pull the BothSidesDoIt™ card to defend their decades-long support and enabling of fascism.

Good play, oblivious morons and the mainstream media eats that shit up.
 

[DHT]Osiris

Lifer
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I would understand your sentiment had I voted straight ticket Republican. But I dont, and I havent.
So which human rights were you voting to strip away? Be specific. If you aren't sure you can tell us who you voted for and we can help you out.
 

thilanliyan

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Pens1566

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I hope she hands that AG his ass, and throws a pie in his face or something to make him look like the clown he is. :D

These people need to be smacked down, figuratively and literally, for them to stop being imbeciles.
I heard an interview with her attorney last week. They aren't playing. Had a long list of things wrong with each of the issues that they were allegedly (at the time) looking into her for.

I think the AG took their tort warning and doubled down with really crummy hand.
 

HomerJS

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Captante

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Really if the GOP didn't understand what I would refer to as the obvious results of their actions then what they are is just plain stupid.

Embracing this stuff would expose the GOP for what it is but at least then they would be honest. (not bloody likely!)
 
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Pens1566

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Indiana is out of place, they belong in the deep south, wedged between Alabama and Texas.
Having once lived there (not too long ago ...) for over a decade, I concur. They really are special kind, geo-politically speaking. Very much bible belt, but a more corn-fed kind of racist tinge to it.
 

Zorba

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I heard an interview with her attorney last week. They aren't playing. Had a long list of things wrong with each of the issues that they were allegedly (at the time) looking into her for.

I think the AG took their tort warning and doubled down with really crummy hand.
But why would a doctor not do what might be technically legal, like save a mom's life before she is in the ICU?
 

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