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Godstud wrote:Fuck USA. Fuck your misogynistic state.
Drlee wrote:This puts the responsibility exactly where it belongs. On women. If they do not want to have babies they can exercise two of their inalienable rights. The first is take birth control pills and the second is to keep their knees together.Birth control isn't absolutely 100%, even when taking precautions. Men are active participants in sex. It takes sperm to fertilize an egg. Men can also wear condoms... but I suppose that escapes you?
Drlee wrote:Some of the blame goes on the "Pro choice" crowd. It would have been one thing to have the option of early term abortions but it is quite another to kill viable babies mid to late term. Ghastly.This is another pro-Birther lie, that you've sucked up. Abortions done after 24 weeks(when the fetus is viable) are extremely rare.
Drlee wrote:Now run along ladies and do what your grandmothers did....Learn to suck rather than fuck.... So no responsibility is applied to men? Why not keep your dick in your pants?
Unthinking Majority wrote:I just can't get behind a court decision which will lead to fewer babies being killed. Fuck these stupid babies.
Rancid wrote:I think I'm going to get a vasectomy. seriously.
This is the year to do it, I hit my insurance deductible, which means it would be free to do it.
Wellsy wrote:I'm actually set to go for a consultation within a month because now that I have had my second kid I ain't waiting around for a happy accident and I'm just about to turn 30.
No physician in Canada can terminate a pregnancy over 24 weeks without serious indications. The assertion that late-trimester abortions can be performed “for any reason, or no reason at all” is just not true.
Drlee wrote:Roe V. Wade has been bad from the start. Who in the hell do women think they are? Not willing to accept the consequences for their actions while suing the shit out of men for child support that they (women) could have avoided.
This puts the responsibility exactly where it belongs. On women. If they do not want to have babies they can exercise two of their inalienable rights. The first is take birth control pills and the second is to keep their knees together.
Maybe now we will stop talking trash about women's rights and start talking about people having the money, health care and job opportunities to keep the babies they made.
Some of the blame goes on the "Pro choice" crowd. It would have been one thing to have the option of early term abortions but it is quite another to kill viable babies mid to late term. Ghastly.
As much and nobody wants to talk about it this way, abortion is largely a women's issue. It is their bodies, as they are frequent to say. Well they got what they deserved.
For every woman who voted Republican, this baby is for you. For every woman who did not vote...this baby is for you. As the majority in America and pretty much able to dictate whatever they like if they would just get off their bon bon broadened ass and do the political work. They didn't. Took a pass. Beat feet for home. Said "yes dear" and voted for Trump. You got it. Now be silent you nice little ladies and do what your husbands and other men tell you to do. There is a nice girl.
So this goes right back to the states where it belongs. If women do not like the law in their state, well that is just too damn bad. After all. Voting is just too hard. It is simply a chore to figure out what to wear....No run along ladies and learn to suck rather than fu....
Beren wrote:I guess the same states will ban abortion that will allow people to own and carry guns as they want, so at least those unwanted children will be able to shoot each other later.
JohnRawls wrote:It is a draft.
@Drlee Good post and @Godstud It doesn't really matter if its sarcasm or not. He has a clear point in my opinion.
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