Abortion: Are the Leftists Stupid or Lying?

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So here you have one take on the recent Arizona court decision. It is...shall we call it...the "stupid" take?

President Trump, echoing the wise decision of the USSC in Dobbs, said that abortion is a matter for the STATES. You know, Constitution, and stuff. There is nothing in the U.S. Constitution about it, so it's a matter for the STATES.

Now the Arizona Supreme Court concludes that an archaic law is still binding.

What to do...what to do?

It's not complicated or difficult. The Arizona legislature will craft a new law that supersedes the old one and, by definition, encapsulates the "will of the People."

But for a few months, Abortion in Arizona will be, at least theoretically, banned with the usual exceptions.

This is how it is supposed to work. Leave it to the Washington Post to declare this an "upending" of Trump's statement on abortion, which merely re-stated the holding in Dobbs.

Again, are the writers at WAPO stupid or subversive? Draw your own conclusion.
 
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So here you have one take on the recent Arizona court decision. It is...shall we call it...the "stupid" take?

President Trump, echoing the wise decision of the USSC in Dobbs, said that abortion is a matter for the STATES. You know, Constitution, and stuff. There is nothing in the U.S. Constitution about it, so it's a matter for the STATES.

Now the Arizona Supreme Court concludes that an archaic law is still binding.

What to do...what to do?

It's not complicated or difficult. The Arizona legislature will craft a new law that supersedes the old one and, by definition, encapsulates the "will of the People."

But for a few months, Abortion in Arizona will be, at least theoretically, banned with the usual exceptions.

This is how it is supposed to work. Leave it to the Washington Post to declare this an "upending" of Trump's statement on abortion, which merely re-stated the holding in Dobbs.

Again, are the writers at WAPO stupid or subversive? Draw your own conclusion.
Democrats never let facts get in the way of their disinformation campaigns. "Reproductive Rights" is one of the pillars of their pathetic Regime and they will go to any length to deceive/distract/enrage their base to get more votes. As you correctly stated the ball is in the Arizona legislature's and Democrat Governor Hobbs' court. Hobbs can also re-instate Republican Governor Deucey's sensible 15 week limit on abortions or craft her own. But the Arizona Supreme Court just like Alabama's Supreme Court gave the DEMs something to enrage their base. SSDD
 
The good news about this is, is that Trump and his Republicans are going to PAY for this come November.

I believe the youngsters call it....ROEVEMBER.
 
Republicans will scramble to get this Turkey off the books

Till then, Democrats will hang them with it
 

So here you have one take on the recent Arizona court decision. It is...shall we call it...the "stupid" take?

President Trump, echoing the wise decision of the USSC in Dobbs, said that abortion is a matter for the STATES. You know, Constitution, and stuff. There is nothing in the U.S. Constitution about it, so it's a matter for the STATES.

Now the Arizona Supreme Court concludes that an archaic law is still binding.

What to do...what to do?

It's not complicated or difficult. The Arizona legislature will craft a new law that supersedes the old one and, by definition, encapsulates the "will of the People."

But for a few months, Abortion in Arizona will be, at least theoretically, banned with the usual exceptions.

This is how it is supposed to work. Leave it to the Washington Post to declare this an "upending" of Trump's statement on abortion, which merely re-stated the holding in Dobbs.

Again, are the writers at WAPO stupid or subversive? Draw your own conclusion.
Outrage sells.
 
But the Arizona Supreme Court just like Alabama's Supreme Court gave the DEMs something to enrage their base. SSDD
There is a lot of that going around

Dobbs
Ban on Abortion pills nationwide
Arizona banning Abortion
Florida 6 week ban

Republicans have some Splain’n to do
 
Since abortion rights being protected are popular with a majority of voters everywhere this vote has taken place, even someone as clueless as Trump can see which way to go on this. However, Republican led governments are still full of control freaks whose sole ambition is to take away the rights of others, and they are too stubborn to listen to the voters.

A win for Democrats.
 
Since abortion rights being protected are popular with a majority of voters everywhere this vote has taken place, even someone as clueless as Trump can see which way to go on this. However, Republican led governments are still full of control freaks whose sole ambition is to take away the rights of others, and they are too stubborn to listen to the voters.

A win for Democrats.
As usual, when Trump faces a difficult decision…..He punts
Let the states take the heat

Meanwhile, state after state is taking the wrath of of voters on the abortion issue.

In spite of claiming otherwise, Trump would sign a nationwide ban in a minute
 

So here you have one take on the recent Arizona court decision. It is...shall we call it...the "stupid" take?

President Trump, echoing the wise decision of the USSC in Dobbs, said that abortion is a matter for the STATES. You know, Constitution, and stuff. There is nothing in the U.S. Constitution about it, so it's a matter for the STATES.

Now the Arizona Supreme Court concludes that an archaic law is still binding.

What to do...what to do?

It's not complicated or difficult. The Arizona legislature will craft a new law that supersedes the old one and, by definition, encapsulates the "will of the People."

But for a few months, Abortion in Arizona will be, at least theoretically, banned with the usual exceptions.

This is how it is supposed to work. Leave it to the Washington Post to declare this an "upending" of Trump's statement on abortion, which merely re-stated the holding in Dobbs.

Again, are the writers at WAPO stupid or subversive? Draw your own conclusion.
Did you see your dear leaders' comments about that AZ ban? Did he say it's the best?
People like you should go back in time or just get back under your rocks.
 

So here you have one take on the recent Arizona court decision. It is...shall we call it...the "stupid" take?

President Trump, echoing the wise decision of the USSC in Dobbs, said that abortion is a matter for the STATES. You know, Constitution, and stuff. There is nothing in the U.S. Constitution about it, so it's a matter for the STATES.

Now the Arizona Supreme Court concludes that an archaic law is still binding.

What to do...what to do?

It's not complicated or difficult. The Arizona legislature will craft a new law that supersedes the old one and, by definition, encapsulates the "will of the People."

But for a few months, Abortion in Arizona will be, at least theoretically, banned with the usual exceptions.

This is how it is supposed to work. Leave it to the Washington Post to declare this an "upending" of Trump's statement on abortion, which merely re-stated the holding in Dobbs.

Again, are the writers at WAPO stupid or subversive? Draw your own conclusion.
Now lets watch when your entire party gets obliterated in November. Women are tired or your Taliban bullshit.
 

So here you have one take on the recent Arizona court decision. It is...shall we call it...the "stupid" take?

President Trump, echoing the wise decision of the USSC in Dobbs, said that abortion is a matter for the STATES. You know, Constitution, and stuff. There is nothing in the U.S. Constitution about it, so it's a matter for the STATES.

Now the Arizona Supreme Court concludes that an archaic law is still binding.

What to do...what to do?

It's not complicated or difficult. The Arizona legislature will craft a new law that supersedes the old one and, by definition, encapsulates the "will of the People."

But for a few months, Abortion in Arizona will be, at least theoretically, banned with the usual exceptions.

This is how it is supposed to work. Leave it to the Washington Post to declare this an "upending" of Trump's statement on abortion, which merely re-stated the holding in Dobbs.

Again, are the writers at WAPO stupid or subversive? Draw your own conclusion.
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republicans actually want to ban it. Leaving it to the states is just a facade.
 
What do we do? You can't figure it out after about 250 years of freedom inherent in the U.S. Constitution? You elect state and local representatives that best reflect your political concerns.
 

So here you have one take on the recent Arizona court decision. It is...shall we call it...the "stupid" take?

President Trump, echoing the wise decision of the USSC in Dobbs, said that abortion is a matter for the STATES. You know, Constitution, and stuff. There is nothing in the U.S. Constitution about it, so it's a matter for the STATES.

Now the Arizona Supreme Court concludes that an archaic law is still binding.

What to do...what to do?

It's not complicated or difficult. The Arizona legislature will craft a new law that supersedes the old one and, by definition, encapsulates the "will of the People."

But for a few months, Abortion in Arizona will be, at least theoretically, banned with the usual exceptions.

This is how it is supposed to work. Leave it to the Washington Post to declare this an "upending" of Trump's statement on abortion, which merely re-stated the holding in Dobbs.

Again, are the writers at WAPO stupid or subversive? Draw your own conclusion.

I think we know Trump is lying when it comes to abortion


“Many states will be different, many will have a different number of weeks or some will have more conservative than others and that’s what they will be,” Trump said in a Monday statement. “At the end of the day, this is all about the will of the people.”


Trump’s supposed “will of the people” simply isn’t reflected in court rulings from hyper-conservative judges. Arizona’s Supreme Court decision this week greenlighting an 1864 near-total abortion ban, and the Florida Supreme Court doing the same for a six-week ban, is not the will of the people. It’s the will of a handful of conservative judges cherry picked by anti-choice Republicans. (The same goes for the IVF decision in Alabama last month.)

Now he's pro choice again? I think we all know that's a lie. He, his Republican buddies, Conservative justices he appointed, all eventually hope to ban abortion on a federal level. They just don't want to say that out loud.
 
“Leaving abortion rights to the states is not sustainable and, unlike what Trump would have you believe, it’s not a middle ground.”
 
Many states will be different, many will have a different number of weeks or some will have more conservative than others and that’s what they will be,” Trump said in a Monday statement. “At the end of the day, this is all about the will of the people.”

Then why don’t Republicans let abortion rights come up for vote?

The Will of the people is up to a partisan majority
 
Then why don’t Republicans let abortion rights come up for vote?

The Will of the people is up to a partisan majority

Honestly, this is about the will of women. I can't believe Trump is going to win even one swing state. No way. If he does, women deserve to have abortion made ILLEGAL except to save the life of the mother. That's what my position will be moving forward if Trump wins.

Not incest or rape. Only if the mothers life is at risk. Because I know

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So here you have one take on the recent Arizona court decision. It is...shall we call it...the "stupid" take?

President Trump, echoing the wise decision of the USSC in Dobbs, said that abortion is a matter for the STATES. You know, Constitution, and stuff. There is nothing in the U.S. Constitution about it, so it's a matter for the STATES.

Now the Arizona Supreme Court concludes that an archaic law is still binding.

What to do...what to do?

It's not complicated or difficult. The Arizona legislature will craft a new law that supersedes the old one and, by definition, encapsulates the "will of the People."

But for a few months, Abortion in Arizona will be, at least theoretically, banned with the usual exceptions.

This is how it is supposed to work. Leave it to the Washington Post to declare this an "upending" of Trump's statement on abortion, which merely re-stated the holding in Dobbs.

Again, are the writers at WAPO stupid or subversive? Draw your own conclusion.
Munkle I found back in 2022 was saying us liberals were lying when we said Republicans would do everything they've done thus far regarding abortion.

no exceptions for rape or incest and allows abortions only if the mother’s life is in jeopardy.

AZ most recent.

Don't believe Trump when he says he wouldn't sign a federal abortion ban. He's lying. And you know it. Because you guys believe it's murder.
 

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