Discussion in 'Politics' started by Red Dawn, Sep 6, 2008.
smart move. Expose the extreme rightwingism of McCain/Palin to the light of day.
Oh good ,cuz now Obama is going to get slammed with the BAIPA YEEHAAA!! Break out the popcorn!!!!!
Overturning Roe v. Wade doesn't make abortions illegal. It turns the matter over to the states, where it belongs.
Another attempt of the Obama camp at spreading lies and falsities hoping the ignorant legions of followers they have will believe it. Sadly, they will.
Still, the nomination of supreme court justices for the purpose of tipping to the pro life base has broad ramifications in many other judicial areas.
Before Roe V Wade I think there were two states where a woman could legally get an abortion.
So Obama's point is basically valid.
Look, no matter how you feel about it personally, and no matter who gets put in charge of deciding the "legality" of the practice, the technology we know as 'Abortion' is not going to just go away.
We will NEVER, on a national level, come to a popular consensus on the use of this technology. We, The People of the USA will forever be split 50 / 50 on this issue.
Perhaps we should decide on a State level?
If we can't come to consensus on the State level, perhaps we should decide on the use of this technology in the privacy of our own homes...
This is one of those passionate but pointless issues that are stupid to argue on a national level and that the MONEY behind both parties have used to maintain control over the sheep.
Abortion is a sheep-dog issue.
No, it's striking first on an religious issue the right has used for a wedge issue for many years. and sadly their ignorant legions of followers believed them. Oh, and right, your side never spreads falsities and lies.
The only way to beat the right is to fight them on the issues they will bring forward. They can't talk about the economy, international relations or other real political issues, so they choose the religious points.
I believe she even holds to preventing abortions even when the birth threatens the life of the mother. Hell, even the Catholic church isn't that radical.
Maybe technically vaild but the attempt is to scare women voters into thinking the GOP ticket intends to take away their "freedom to abort".
Did you here ANYTHING at all it the convention regarding the overturning of Roe V Wade ?
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