- Dec 8, 2011
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Given today's political climate, I'm not so sure that's a great idea. First of all, they have to take what comes if they break the rules/laws. I understand their positions and sentiment, but rule of law has to prevail.District attorneys in more than 10 states where abortion is now banned or likely will be soon have committed to not prosecute people for obtaining abortions, following the Supreme Court’s Friday decision.
But second, it certainly does seem that the orange cancer is pushing us towards a Middle East-like environment, where the states divide according to the nature and intensity of their religion. And if these people are thrown out for this, it's very possible they'll be replaced by far worse, full-on White Nationalist Theocrats. So just holding on to positions may be a better option in the long run.
I don't know. We're in uncharted territory, as America begins to unravel at the hands of a religion.