Texas Abortion bill

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    Uh..ok.

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    Because I'm not wrong.

    Why can't you debate, instead of engaging in trolling?
     
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    Yeah, kg, you are wrong.

    Accept it and move on.
     
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    Then you should be impressed at how well Texas takes care of those in the minority.
     
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    Perry and the party have always taken care of the 38% minority that make up the social traditionalist and have no trouble screwing the other 62%.
     
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    ya buddy---God's gonna love him for protecting minorities. The GOP has learned something from the liberals.
     
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    The majority of Texas is Republican, and the elected representatives of this state support the bill..and they represent their costitutuents...

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    There are 95 Republicans out of 150 in the Texas House, 19 Republicans out of 31 in the Texas Senate, where Wendy Davis serves. Republicans enjoy almost a supermajority in both houses. Every statewide elected official is a Republican. In fact, no Democrat has been elected statewide in Texas since 1994. This is not just a red state. This is a blood red state.
    "How amazing in a state like this with those numbers that the Republicans could not manage to get this through. The Democrats used the rule book as their weapon, the only weapon they had available. They simply outplayed the Republicans in this case."


    In Texas, Marathon Filibuster Derails New State Restrictions on Abortion | PBS NewsHour | June 26, 2013 | PBS


    The will of the people is behind the bill.


    The pro-abortion lobby is just finding ways to override the will of the people, as they always do.


    The bill would improve the conditions at abortion clinics:


    "It would have required the abortion clinics -- and there are 42 in the state of Texas -- to upgrade to the standards of ambulatory surgical centers." And that = upgrades that most of the abortion horror houses in Texas can't afford...which gives you a little insight into what their operating conditions are like.


    In Texas, Marathon Filibuster Derails New State Restrictions on Abortion | PBS NewsHour | June 26, 2013 | PBS
     
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    Yeah, PBS is an anti-women's health site.

    BTW, your troll post is in response to another troll post that was removed from the thread.

    Go read the rules, loser.
     
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    It would require substandard hell holes to either improve their facilities, or shut down.

    Do you REALLY think they would all shut down? Seriously? At $4-5000 a pop?

    Nope. It is the nature of big business to meet the challenges thrown, and change for the better is always painful.

    But necessary. I have no problem with women traveling if by doing so, they are guaranteed the best care possible. What's the benefit of not traveling, if you die in a pool of blood with your feet in the stirrups?
     
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    Yes---here in Texas we keep women barefoot and chained in the kitchen. Are you another fool who thinks that there are no conservative women in Texas who support this bill ?
     
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