- Nov 1, 2015
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- Sitting down in front of my computer
Give the kid up for adoption.If you have 9 children already that you and the hubby can't afford to feed and dress, and are pregnant again, and you and the hubby decide that you can't afford another child without harming the well being of your 9 living children, is it really ok for big government to force the woman or married couple, to bear another child? Her risks of dying in delivery is much greater in her elder years as she is in, can not be discarded either...
Now we can go in to, well she should have used birth control or the hubby should have used a rubber every time they had sex to prevent it....blah blah blah......
But that still doesn't answer the question of whether Big Government should have any say on this personal and private marital decision? Or even know the two of you are discussing your options?
Your knowledge of history is underwhelming. When was the Electoral College winner take all for the first time? You do know Nebraska and Maine split their EC votes by Congressional district, right?Easier said than done!
The system has been rigged, for a two party system, by the two parties!
The electoral college has also been rigged by the States with Winner takes all electors, instead of it being proportionately allocated electors to the candidates by the votes they receive. A third party candidate doesn't have a chance, before they even start!
All bullshit.1 in 4 women has an abortion before age 40. Every woman knows someone who had an abortion that save their lives, either on account of rape, abuse, or other factors.
WOMEN ARE PISSED AS HELL, AND YOU'VE LOST ALL OF THEIR VOTES. This will be like 2018 all over again.
The shift to statewide winner-take-all was not done for idealistic reasons. Rather, it was the product of partisan pragmatism, as state leaders wanted to maximize support for their preferred candidate. Once some states made this calculation, others had to follow, to avoid hurting their side. James Madison's 1823 letter to George Hay, described in my earlier post, explains that few of the constitutional framers anticipated electors being chosen based on winner-take-all rules.Your knowledge of history is underwhelming. When was the Electoral College winner take all for the first time? You do know Nebraska and Maine split their EC votes by Congressional district, right?
They believe other rights will be taken away like gay marriage, contraception and other areas of this issue. Even though Alito has already said no in the decision.
Is there any support in the constitution for citizens making their own medical decisions or any support in the constitution that supports citizens planning their families thru contraception?That's odd. They could find no support for abortion anywhere in the Constitution and returned the decision to the states.