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So, abortion can now be restricted in the US

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My guess is that the majority side in the court made the leak, so that the country could stew about it for a month and then just shrug it off when it happened as "old news".

it's not a solution to the underlying problem of recklessly promiscuity.

it's like banning nicotine patches..  the net effect is inconsequential relative to the complete cessation of all cultural mechanisms for moderation of hedonism.

As is, abortion has been weaponized by both sides as a political buzz word, they couldn't care less about women's rights as they ROB EVERYONE BLIND economically.

Democrats care as little about doing anything about it as the Repoops.

SUPPORT Unionization, that's the only way to stick it to 'um.  this abortion thing is a distraction from the more important issue of income inequality..  /Picking our battles.

The right to privacy is the basis for many of the laws and prohibitions that keep various governments out of people's lives.

In this decision, Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas expressed disdain (both implicit and explicit) for the 14th amendment itself.


Another Civil War any year now.


--- Quote from: noisyturtle on Fri, 24 June 2022, 15:14:52 ---Another Civil War any year now.

--- End quote ---

No, due to lack of interest.

It remains to be seen whether enough Democratic voters will even turn out to break the Republican stranglehold on the country.


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