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  • TheDan

    deplorable malconent scofflaw
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    General Zod

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    Speaking of the eugenics organization that was founded as an effort to breed minorities out of the gene pool, there needs to be a law against any organization that receives government funding turning around and making donations to political campaigns. Planned Parenthood constantly does this, while claiming that they needed even more funding in order to operate.
     

    Sasquatch

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    Speaking of the eugenics organization that was founded as an effort to breed minorities out of the gene pool, there needs to be a law against any organization that receives government funding turning around and making donations to political campaigns. Planned Parenthood constantly does this, while claiming that they needed even more funding in order to operate.

    Becomes a huge circle jerk when said organizations then GET money from the government ala grants. We 100% need the law you propose.
     

    MTA

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    Texas is one of the states with a trigger law. In 30 days, abortion aside from saving the life of the mother will be illegal here. That's a big win for lots of unborn Texan Americans. Let the baby killers cry themselves to sleep tonight. Louisiana, Kentucky, Oklahoma, and South Dakota have bans that went into immediate effect with no waiting period or certification of the ruling by the state AG or legislature. 9 other states including our great state will have aborted abortion in their states within 30 days by their already enacted trigger laws. Many other states are expected to act soon either by emergency legislative session, or during their next regular session to advance pro life bills, and the number of states that effectively ban abortion either entirely, or except to save the mother or for rape/incest cases should closely mirror states that have enacted permitless carrying of a firearm, which is 25 or 26 at this point.

    The lefty run shitholes are still there for those who wish to kill the unborn for convenience. Colorado, California, New York, Oregon, Washington, etc. Surprisingly Alaska is looking like it will keep abortion as-is, but Alaska is a different sort of state, and with something like 2:1 man to woman ratio, the residents there might not see it as a big deal.
    Wish there was a way to arrest and charge those who cross borders to commit baby murder
     

    cycleguy2300

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    If that happens, we may need to make a trip to DC
    So few in America understand the fury a government is willing to use against civilians...

    I trust democrats no more than their ideological twin the commies and I have seen first hand what they did to the cities that resisted. You see the savagery in how those involved in Jan6 are being treated.

    If the court is packed and armed men (justifiably) attempted to interfere no government would stand idly by. There would be nohesitation to use tanks and aircraft against you. But I would stand with you regardless, just know the cost.


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    oldag

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    Thomas did write:

    "In future cases, we should reconsider all of this Court’s substantive due process precedents, including Griswold, Lawrence, and Obergefell," Thomas wrote in his concurring opinion. "Because any substantive due process decision is "demonstrably erroneous," […] we have a duty to "correct the error" established in those precedents."

    I would not mind seeing the fallacy of homosexual marriage go away.
     
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