Does R. v W. decision have potential to push Texas Blue?

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  • Sasquatch

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    Ok...alright...would you guys rather let this madness continue or stop it right now AND no more democrats in office ever again but you have to be lightfoots sex slave for one month no days off?

    **** that. Drop all the nukes. Bring on the roaming bands of scavengers, raiders, and cannibals. Time to go all "Book of Eli" or "Fallout: New Vegas" before I'd let that...thing...anywhere near my ding a ling or my precious lil' booty butt. No laws in the wasteland, so the righteous could quickly sort out the unrighteous.
     

    Axxe55

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    **** that. Drop all the nukes. Bring on the roaming bands of scavengers, raiders, and cannibals. Time to go all "Book of Eli" or "Fallout: New Vegas" before I'd let that...thing...anywhere near my ding a ling or my precious lil' booty butt. No laws in the wasteland, so the righteous could quickly sort out the unrighteous.
    Don't be going all Mad Max on us now!
     

    Sasquatch

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    Don't be going all Mad Max on us now!
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    Bring it on. Ain't goin near Beetlejuice, even with @Sam7sf 's junk!
     

    Rock Torrey

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    Yes, the Republicans are in trouble! I have voted almost a straight Republican ticket since Clinton, but no more. When die-hard constitutional voters have finally given up on the RINOs (gun bill was the final straw) after being repeatedly betrayed for no reason! There is no longer a desire to give them any support, they are just as bad as the Democrats (in different ways)!

    Until term limits are passed this country will continue to collapse. Let's hope for a viable Libertarian party, but I am not holding my breath.
     

    Brojon

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    The main reason Texas would turn blue will be the RINOs. If the Republicans running (Cornyn, Abbott, Phelan, Kacal, etc.) vote to empower Democrats, then why vote Republican? Put some real Constitutional (US & TX) conservatives on the ballot, and the tide will turn. Just ask Ted Cruz....
    Don't forget that asshole Straus.
    Soon as he got booted he went to fundraising for the Dems.
     

    GeauxLSU

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    As more and more people resettle to Texas, we seem to inch closer and closer to going Blue. Is anyone else thinking that bringing R v W back to the forefront, it risks engaging more and more swings to the liberal side, ultimately pushing Texas to flip? I've been having more and more political conversations with people who I never felt were political before. Will that translate to the polls?
    I didn't read all 100+ posts and won't comment further on the disgusting barbarism that is abortion nor those that perpetuate it, but will comment on the influx.
    I'm in the middle of moving to TX from GA. (Close next week). GA has been invaded by NY, NJ and IL. They are coming for the drastically lower COLA and general quality of life. It's been a slow erosion since the '96 Olympics but really accelerated the last 10 years. GA absolutely will turn blue. The combination of the unapologetic liberals moving in and the ever growing urban centers, along with the short sighted anterior hurt "conservatives" who stay home on election day due to hurt feelz, makes it a foregone conclusion. I said last go around Stacey will win in 2024. Georgia hasn't had one single state wide elected office held by a D in what seemed like a glorious forever until the two current idiot Senators, beat the 2 milquetoast R incumbents last go around. The tide has turned.
    In TX, I think it's a "little" different.
    I doubt anyone knows but I suspect you have a higher percentage of conservative influx than many other places. While the COLA is better most anywhere than Cali (for example) they aren't moving to TX for the weather. I have 5 family members that have moved to TX from Cali. 4 of the 5 are staunch Conservatives. And I mean hard core when it comes to the voting booth. The 5th lives in Austin. We won't talk about her.... except to say she also absolutely detests the murder of the unborn.
    When me, my wife, and son move there, that'll be 3 more votes against the socialist, communist, lunatics.
    If I ever see that mewling pathetic squeeze Beto in person, y'all will see me on the news. You can say "I think I know who that guy is."
    Having said all that, it's freaky how much San Antonio reminds me of Atlanta.... 20 years ago. I mean spooky similar. I do fear for it's future... but I'll put up the good fight while I'm there.
     
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    100%. It’s not about complacency of Republican voters in Texas it’s about having and issue that’s important to them safely tucked in that decision so they could focus on other important state issues. Now that Roe has shifted you’ll see that as the hill they’ll die on and kill the Republican Party in Texas. You’re already seeing towns and counties passing resolutions.
     

    ShaneyShane

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    As more and more people resettle to Texas, we seem to inch closer and closer to going Blue. Is anyone else thinking that bringing R v W back to the forefront, it risks engaging more and more swings to the liberal side, ultimately pushing Texas to flip? I've been having more and more political conversations with people who I never felt were political before. Will that translate to the polls?
    I didn't leave CA for TX only to be followed by Libtards. If their politics are so awesome they should stay where they are, in fantastically successful cities like LA and SF where there is absolutely nothing wrong, obviously. If people move to TX like I did then they have to accept the politics of this great state instead of trying to poison it like they did in CA. #1A all day. #2A all day.
     
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