CDZ Can There be Exceptions?

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If abortions are banned, could any exceptions to the ban be Constitutional?

  1. Yes. It is possible that exceptions in some cases would be Constitutional

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  2. No. It is not possible that exceptions in some cases would be Constitutional

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  1. Chuz Life
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    I am trying very hard to find areas where we disagree and I am not finding any.

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    Abortion is not a (U.S.) Constitutional issue in the first place. That is why each State has its own criminal and civil codes.
     
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    The erroneous decision, Roe, made it so.
     
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    You can't possibly expect liberals to have personal responsibility.
     
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    Since Roe was based on a provably erroneous assumption that fetal viability and "safe" abortions were mutually exclusive, maybe it's time to reverse that decision or pursue a Constitutional Amendment to restore this authority to the states?
     
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    What do you say to the several Supreme Court Justices (past and present) who disagree with you and say that it IS too a Constitutional issue?
     
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    If we don't hold each other to personal responsibility,
    why do you think there isn't accountability?

    You get the govt you ask for.
    We get the standards we enforce.

    Why not enforce mutual responsibility for standards
    and maybe we'd all benefit.

    If you don't ask and don't enforce it,
    how do you expect to get it? miketx
     
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    And how well does that work on forums like this? Their is little responsibility, and that is why I do not even try to hold a responsible convo. Waste of time.You've got people posting blatant lies as truth and then trying to defend it. LOL! Let the denial begin. ;)
     
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    Meh, the rulings of the court do indeed make the issue constitutional in a legal sense but that does not mean that we, with a conversation here, are unable to disagree with that decision. There are numerous SCOTUS decisions that I would call blatant and willful attacks on the constitution. The court gets things incorrect some times. Unfortunately, there is very little that can be done with it without extreme measures.
     
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    True. We can all agree to disagree on virtually any other aspect of any other debate as well. What does that accomplish?

    Ok. But then the onus is on you to support those claims and to also show why the sitting courts Justices missed it.

    I agree.

    On that, I have to disagree.

    It wouldn't take much at all for the SCOTUS to reverse it's earlier decisions on Roe. Nor would I think that it would be "extreme."

    Regardless, that is not what this thread is about and it boggles my mind that participants are having such a hard time staying focused on what the topic of this thread really is.
     

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