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Unintended Consequences of Banning Abortion

BluesLegend

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There are a number of unintended consequences of overturning Roe v Wade
  • Requests for vasectomies and tubal ligation have increased significantly in the Abortion Banned states, as much as 900% in some areas.
  • The morning after pill is running in short supply as women in banned states are buying up local supplies
  • The FDA made shipment of abortions pills through the mail legal opening the way for mail order buying.
  • Producers of the abortion pills are increasing inventories preparing for increased demand.
  • 6 states have started funds to help the poor travel to states that offer abortion services
  • Planned Parenthood now has a 300 million dollar fund to assist low income women get abortions
  • Over 30 major corporations including Amazon, Starbucks, and Microsoft have announced they will pay for travel for employees and families to get an abortion.
  • Doctors in the banned states report large numbers of requests for birth control pills, and other types of contraception.
  • Interviews with women in banned states indicate women will begin paying more attentions to contraception and use the day after pill.
It is looking more like the the hundreds of thousands of unwanted babies birthed by women under threat of arrest will be far less than the right anticipated due to more attention to contraception, the day after pill, use of abortion pills, increased sterilization, and travel assistance to abortion clinics from a number of sources.
So people are no longer relying on killing babies for birth control, excellent.
 

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There are a number of unintended consequences of overturning Roe v Wade
  • Requests for vasectomies and tubal ligation have increased significantly in the Abortion Banned states, as much as 900% in some areas.
  • The morning after pill is running in short supply as women in banned states are buying up local supplies
  • The FDA made shipment of abortions pills through the mail legal opening the way for mail order buying.
  • Producers of the abortion pills are increasing inventories preparing for increased demand.
  • 6 states have started funds to help the poor travel to states that offer abortion services
  • Planned Parenthood now has a 300 million dollar fund to assist low income women get abortions
  • Over 30 major corporations including Amazon, Starbucks, and Microsoft have announced they will pay for travel for employees and families to get an abortion.
  • Doctors in the banned states report large numbers of requests for birth control pills, and other types of contraception.
  • Interviews with women in banned states indicate women will begin paying more attentions to contraception and use the day after pill.
It is looking more like the the hundreds of thousands of unwanted babies birthed by women under threat of arrest will be far less than the right anticipated due to more attention to contraception, the day after pill, use of abortion pills, increased sterilization, and travel assistance to abortion clinics from a number of sources.
For the neo-fascist, authoritarian right ‘banning’ abortion wasn’t about ‘saving babies’ – it was about more government, bigger government at the expense of individual liberty.

‘Banning’ abortion is bad public policy and reckless, irresponsible, incompetent governance.
 

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For the neo-fascist, authoritarian right ‘banning’ abortion wasn’t about ‘saving babies’ – it was about more government, bigger government at the expense of individual liberty.

‘Banning’ abortion is bad public policy and reckless, irresponsible, incompetent governance.
How is sending it back to the states about bigger government?

No what its about is the Constitution, something you leftist turds abhor. You have it right there in your avatar.....its unfortunate you havent actually read it.
 

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For the neo-fascist, authoritarian right ‘banning’ abortion wasn’t about ‘saving babies’ – it was about more government, bigger government at the expense of individual liberty.

‘Banning’ abortion is bad public policy and reckless, irresponsible, incompetent governance.


So, all you have to support your position, is lying about what your enemies are doing?


Man, must suck to be you.
 

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Unintended consequences of making abortion legal. 65 million dead babies…..

How many fewer do you think the overturning of RvW will bring?

Ironically, if the number does go down it will be because people are being more cautious
 

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The delusions and hatred posted by cons in this thread are good examples proving the success the establishment has attained in dividing Americans.
So what's your fuckin solution dipshit? Just let the fuckin elitist commie sociopaths rule over us and take it in the ass like some fucking punk inmate?

FUCK YOU.

We better fucking well react with some serious hate because those assholes intend to make Stalin and Mao look like Mother Theresa.

So the globalists were "successful"...

There better be some consequences for that "success".

You've actually become as useless as Mac1958 ...

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How many fewer do you think the overturning of RvW will bring?

Ironically, if the number does go down it will be because people are being more cautious


How would that be "irony"?
 

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  • Requests for vasectomies and tubal ligation have increased significantly in the Abortion Banned states, as much as 900% in some areas.
  • The morning after pill is running in short supply as women in banned states are buying up local supplies
  • The FDA made shipment of abortions pills through the mail legal opening the way for mail order buying.
  • Producers of the abortion pills are increasing inventories preparing for increased demand.
  • 6 states have started funds to help the poor travel to states that offer abortion services
  • Planned Parenthood now has a 300 million dollar fund to assist low income women get abortions
  • Over 30 major corporations including Amazon, Starbucks, and Microsoft have announced they will pay for travel for employees and families to get an abortion.
  • Doctors in the banned states report large numbers of requests for birth control pills, and other types of contraception.
  • Interviews with women in banned states indicate women will begin paying more attentions to contraception and use the day after pill.

It is a crying shame it took the over turning of RvW to get people to do these things.
 

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How would that be "irony"?

Because I have been arguing for 20 plus years the way to have fewer abortions is to increase the use of birth control.
 

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There are a number of unintended consequences of overturning Roe v Wade
  • Requests for vasectomies and tubal ligation have increased significantly in the Abortion Banned states, as much as 900% in some areas.
  • The morning after pill is running in short supply as women in banned states are buying up local supplies
  • The FDA made shipment of abortions pills through the mail legal opening the way for mail order buying.
  • Producers of the abortion pills are increasing inventories preparing for increased demand.
  • 6 states have started funds to help the poor travel to states that offer abortion services
  • Planned Parenthood now has a 300 million dollar fund to assist low income women get abortions
  • Over 30 major corporations including Amazon, Starbucks, and Microsoft have announced they will pay for travel for employees and families to get an abortion.
  • Doctors in the banned states report large numbers of requests for birth control pills, and other types of contraception.
  • Interviews with women in banned states indicate women will begin paying more attentions to contraception and use the day after pill.
It is looking more like the the hundreds of thousands of unwanted babies birthed by women under threat of arrest will be far less than the right anticipated due to more attention to contraception, the day after pill, use of abortion pills, increased sterilization, and travel assistance to abortion clinics from a number of sources.
And let's not forget the most relevant consequence of returning the decision to the States, or the people.....More babies might live.
 

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Because I have been arguing for 20 plus years the way to have fewer abortions is to increase the use of birth control.


Seems to me the irony is thus on you, then.
 

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And let's not forget the most relevant consequence of returning the decision to the States, or the people.....More babies might live.

Doubtful more will live. But less will be killed so that is a good thing.
 

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I've double checked his research for a couple of years and never found any errors or BS. The question I pose is are all these unintended consequences a bad thing? Looks to me like most of them are pretty good. It looks to me that people are taking precautions much more seriously than before Roe was overturned. Isn't that what we on the right have been wanting all along?
I read the same stuff you do and to a great extent agree, as you have seen time and again. What you are responding to is a little bit of that moderating from inside discussion without putting on the damn Mod cap, as he posted in politics, not on a "think" piece, but espousing facts as if settled facts supporting position, and in this place that calls for a linked reference, but I had no wish to pull the mod card, just influence, remind and go on, which sometimes works, sometimes doesn't.
 

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So Correll you laughed at my post, but I am willing to bet there is not an increase in births in the US over the next few years.

As indicated in the OP, people will be forced to be more careful. But unwanted pregnancies will still end as they did prior to the end of RvW.
 

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So Correll you laughed at my post, but I am willing to bet there is not an increase in births in the US over the next few years.

As indicated in the OP, people will be forced to be more careful. But unwanted pregnancies will still end as they did prior to the end of RvW.

I think that you are wrong AND that it is fine if people are more careful.
 

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The only way we would never have to deal with liberalism again is if we agreed to divide this country into two countries instead: one side for them and the other side for us

And in 50 years you will have the same problem we have today. There will always be those that are less zealous left or right than the rest. In your faux-Conservative side of the country those that are not die hard rightwing nuts will just be called Liberals and you will have the same divide again.
 

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And in 50 years you will have the same problem we have today. There will always be those that are less zealous left or right than the rest. In your faux-Conservative side of the country those that are not die hard rightwing nuts will just be called Liberals and you will have the same divide again.


Nope. We are quite capable of dealing with reasonable disagreements. You people have done something very different than that. You are out of control crazy people.
 

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