Why are republicans against abortions' when they were the main cause of abortions.

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I hope that the Republicans win the Executive branch and both Houses, but I acknowledge their chances are slim.

I do disagree, however, with their anti-abortion stance.

I personally think that abortion is the greatest thing, second only to family planning (thank you, Ms. Sanger!).
 

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Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court

The vote on Roe vs. Wade was 7-2. Those justices supporting the case’s pro-choice outcome were as follows, including the president nominating each and the president’s party affiliation:

Harry Blackmun (Nixon, R)

Warren Burger (Nixon, R)

William Douglas (FDR, D)

William Brennan (Eisenhower, R)

Potter Stewart (Eisenhower, R)

Thurgood Marshall (LBJ, D)

Lewis Powell (Nixon, R)

Those dissenting on Roe vs. Wade — only two – and both were not Republican-president-nominated to the Court:

Byron White (Kennedy, D)

William Rehnquist (Nixon, R; chief justice under Reagan, R)

Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court
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5 republicans were pro choice. How can the supreme court rule any differently. 2 Democrat ruled with them

and 1 Dem and 1 Republican were pro life.

Because of the value of human life. What part of that don't you get?


No republicans don't value human life.

Not when you call for California to be nuked.

Not when you people call for old people to die from the virus.

Not when you people support a president who lies about a deadly virus and how deadly it is.

The last thing you people do is value human life.

All abortion is to you people is a weapon to use against anyone who doesn't agree with your views.
 

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Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court

The vote on Roe vs. Wade was 7-2. Those justices supporting the case’s pro-choice outcome were as follows, including the president nominating each and the president’s party affiliation:

Harry Blackmun (Nixon, R)

Warren Burger (Nixon, R)

William Douglas (FDR, D)

William Brennan (Eisenhower, R)

Potter Stewart (Eisenhower, R)

Thurgood Marshall (LBJ, D)

Lewis Powell (Nixon, R)

Those dissenting on Roe vs. Wade — only two – and both were not Republican-president-nominated to the Court:

Byron White (Kennedy, D)

William Rehnquist (Nixon, R; chief justice under Reagan, R)

Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court
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5 republicans were pro choice. How can the supreme court rule any differently. 2 Democrat ruled with them

and 1 Dem and 1 Republican were pro life.


In today's America, conservatives/republicans are the cause for abortion.

They don't support contraceptives. They don't support responsible and effective sex education.

They don't support women. They don't support equal pay for equal work. They don't support health care. They don't support child care or anything that a woman will need to raise a child.

Republicans don't support making the man responsible for every life they create then turn their back on and walk away from.

So women get abortions.
I have no problems holding men responsible financially, culturally, and everything.

Well get the republicans to do that.

All we see is that republicans call women sluts and whores and tell them to keep their legs closed.

They do absolutely nothing to make sure men don't walk away from their own flesh and blood.

Your post and words are hollow with absolutely no action to support it.
 

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Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court

The vote on Roe vs. Wade was 7-2. Those justices supporting the case’s pro-choice outcome were as follows, including the president nominating each and the president’s party affiliation:

Harry Blackmun (Nixon, R)

Warren Burger (Nixon, R)

William Douglas (FDR, D)

William Brennan (Eisenhower, R)

Potter Stewart (Eisenhower, R)

Thurgood Marshall (LBJ, D)

Lewis Powell (Nixon, R)

Those dissenting on Roe vs. Wade — only two – and both were not Republican-president-nominated to the Court:

Byron White (Kennedy, D)

William Rehnquist (Nixon, R; chief justice under Reagan, R)

Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court
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5 republicans were pro choice. How can the supreme court rule any differently. 2 Democrat ruled with them

and 1 Dem and 1 Republican were pro life.
Good grief how stupid. Your ignorance is mind numbing.
Tell me what is so stupid about posting truths?

What is ignorant about pointing out truths?
So are you going to tell me the Democratic Party is link to the KKK today?

The political affiliations back then were totally different than today. You had Republicans & Democrats were not defined the same way as we have been told many many times by the left, yet now when it suits your political purpose, you redefine.
I doubt Roe v Wade will be an issue anyway.

I couldn't get past the first stupid sentence.

The KKK has absolutely nothing to do with this thread, with abortion or with the honest and true facts.

You posted something that was not true. You called a person stupid and childish names while lying through your teeth.

Wow a trifecta of hypocrisy and dishonesty.
 

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Left wing logic? Republicans should support abortion because (mostly) Nixon nominees to the Supreme Court found a "right to privacy" that didn't exist in the Constitution. Duh.
Historically and politically, Richard Nixon was only a "conservative" in terms of his virulent anti communism.

In domestic policy he was decidedly liberal or to be fair, he left a great deal of his administrations domestic policies up to his staff and cabinet.
Nixon probably didn't deal with Supreme Court nominees but left it to subordinates who might not have been conservative. Whether or not the Justices were appointed by Ike or LBJ or Nixon is inconsequential. Just like a FDR appointee, Justice Black, who was a former member of the KKK justified FDR's incarceration of Japanese Americans without due process, the Supreme Court is really not "Supreme". The best we can do is try to find a candidate who relies on the Constitution.
 

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Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court

The vote on Roe vs. Wade was 7-2. Those justices supporting the case’s pro-choice outcome were as follows, including the president nominating each and the president’s party affiliation:

Harry Blackmun (Nixon, R)

Warren Burger (Nixon, R)

William Douglas (FDR, D)

William Brennan (Eisenhower, R)

Potter Stewart (Eisenhower, R)

Thurgood Marshall (LBJ, D)

Lewis Powell (Nixon, R)

Those dissenting on Roe vs. Wade — only two – and both were not Republican-president-nominated to the Court:

Byron White (Kennedy, D)

William Rehnquist (Nixon, R; chief justice under Reagan, R)

Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court
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5 republicans were pro choice. How can the supreme court rule any differently. 2 Democrat ruled with them

and 1 Dem and 1 Republican were pro life.


In today's America, conservatives/republicans are the cause for abortion.

They don't support contraceptives. They don't support responsible and effective sex education.

They don't support women. They don't support equal pay for equal work. They don't support health care. They don't support child care or anything that a woman will need to raise a child.

Republicans don't support making the man responsible for every life they create then turn their back on and walk away from.

So women get abortions.
I have no problems holding men responsible financially, culturally, and everything.

Well get the republicans to do that.

All we see is that republicans call women sluts and whores and tell them to keep their legs closed.

They do absolutely nothing to make sure men don't walk away from their own flesh and blood.

Your post and words are hollow with absolutely no action to support it.
The anti-abortion movement seems to be based more on a distain for women's sexuality than any concern with "life," particularly given all of the other issues that involve preserving "life" that the movement ignores or ridicules. Submitting sexually active women, but not men who are sexually active, to vile names and telling women to keep their legs closed shows a deep hostility toward women and how they choose to exercise dominion over their personal sexuality. This movement is aimed at controlling women, not preserving "life." Men (not all men!) certainly do walk away from their children and historically have.

White men who had sex with black women who were enslaved and could not give free consent not only walked away from the children they conceived, but actually enslaved these children. How many thousands of black Americans alive today actually have white ancestors?
 

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Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court

The vote on Roe vs. Wade was 7-2. Those justices supporting the case’s pro-choice outcome were as follows, including the president nominating each and the president’s party affiliation:

Harry Blackmun (Nixon, R)

Warren Burger (Nixon, R)

William Douglas (FDR, D)

William Brennan (Eisenhower, R)

Potter Stewart (Eisenhower, R)

Thurgood Marshall (LBJ, D)

Lewis Powell (Nixon, R)

Those dissenting on Roe vs. Wade — only two – and both were not Republican-president-nominated to the Court:

Byron White (Kennedy, D)

William Rehnquist (Nixon, R; chief justice under Reagan, R)

Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court
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5 republicans were pro choice. How can the supreme court rule any differently. 2 Democrat ruled with them

and 1 Dem and 1 Republican were pro life.


In today's America, conservatives/republicans are the cause for abortion.

They don't support contraceptives. They don't support responsible and effective sex education.

They don't support women. They don't support equal pay for equal work. They don't support health care. They don't support child care or anything that a woman will need to raise a child.

Republicans don't support making the man responsible for every life they create then turn their back on and walk away from.

So women get abortions.
I have no problems holding men responsible financially, culturally, and everything.

Well get the republicans to do that.

All we see is that republicans call women sluts and whores and tell them to keep their legs closed.

They do absolutely nothing to make sure men don't walk away from their own flesh and blood.

Your post and words are hollow with absolutely no action to support it.
The anti-abortion movement seems to be based more on a distain for women's sexuality than any concern with "life," particularly given all of the other issues that involve preserving "life" that the movement ignores or ridicules. Submitting sexually active women, but not men who are sexually active, to vile names and telling women to keep their legs closed shows a deep hostility toward women and how they choose to exercise dominion over their personal sexuality. This movement is aimed at controlling women, not preserving "life." Men (not all men!) certainly do walk away from their children and historically have.
I've heard this BS for years. I don't give a damn about controlling women. If you want to come up with some catchy vile names for men who are sexually active outside of marriage or who walk away from their children I'm all for it and I'm willing to start using those terms.

And if you want to propose some kind of legal remedy for men who won't support their children I'm all for that as well.
 

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The gop is pro life until the child is born. Then if the kid gets some safety net benefits that's bad. Really y really bad because somehow they are bankrupting the nation. Same old false rhetoric.
 

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Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court

The vote on Roe vs. Wade was 7-2. Those justices supporting the case’s pro-choice outcome were as follows, including the president nominating each and the president’s party affiliation:

Harry Blackmun (Nixon, R)

Warren Burger (Nixon, R)

William Douglas (FDR, D)

William Brennan (Eisenhower, R)

Potter Stewart (Eisenhower, R)

Thurgood Marshall (LBJ, D)

Lewis Powell (Nixon, R)

Those dissenting on Roe vs. Wade — only two – and both were not Republican-president-nominated to the Court:

Byron White (Kennedy, D)

William Rehnquist (Nixon, R; chief justice under Reagan, R)

Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court
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5 republicans were pro choice. How can the supreme court rule any differently. 2 Democrat ruled with them

and 1 Dem and 1 Republican were pro life.
/——/ That doesn’t prove anything, you dolt.
Sure it does.

IT PROVES that democrat controlled cities are responsible for their poverty & violence.
 

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Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court

The vote on Roe vs. Wade was 7-2. Those justices supporting the case’s pro-choice outcome were as follows, including the president nominating each and the president’s party affiliation:

Harry Blackmun (Nixon, R)

Warren Burger (Nixon, R)

William Douglas (FDR, D)

William Brennan (Eisenhower, R)

Potter Stewart (Eisenhower, R)

Thurgood Marshall (LBJ, D)

Lewis Powell (Nixon, R)

Those dissenting on Roe vs. Wade — only two – and both were not Republican-president-nominated to the Court:

Byron White (Kennedy, D)

William Rehnquist (Nixon, R; chief justice under Reagan, R)

Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court
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5 republicans were pro choice. How can the supreme court rule any differently. 2 Democrat ruled with them

and 1 Dem and 1 Republican were pro life.
/——/ That doesn’t prove anything, you dolt.
Sure it does.

IT PROVES that democrat controlled cities are responsible for their poverty & violence.
/——/ ?
 

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Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court

The vote on Roe vs. Wade was 7-2. Those justices supporting the case’s pro-choice outcome were as follows, including the president nominating each and the president’s party affiliation:

Harry Blackmun (Nixon, R)

Warren Burger (Nixon, R)

William Douglas (FDR, D)

William Brennan (Eisenhower, R)

Potter Stewart (Eisenhower, R)

Thurgood Marshall (LBJ, D)

Lewis Powell (Nixon, R)

Those dissenting on Roe vs. Wade — only two – and both were not Republican-president-nominated to the Court:

Byron White (Kennedy, D)

William Rehnquist (Nixon, R; chief justice under Reagan, R)

Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court
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5 republicans were pro choice. How can the supreme court rule any differently. 2 Democrat ruled with them

and 1 Dem and 1 Republican were pro life.
/——/ That doesn’t prove anything, you dolt.
Sure it does.

IT PROVES that democrat controlled cities are responsible for their poverty & violence.
/——/ ?
I used her logic. It's a solid link no?
 

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Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court

The vote on Roe vs. Wade was 7-2. Those justices supporting the case’s pro-choice outcome were as follows, including the president nominating each and the president’s party affiliation:

Harry Blackmun (Nixon, R)

Warren Burger (Nixon, R)

William Douglas (FDR, D)

William Brennan (Eisenhower, R)

Potter Stewart (Eisenhower, R)

Thurgood Marshall (LBJ, D)

Lewis Powell (Nixon, R)

Those dissenting on Roe vs. Wade — only two – and both were not Republican-president-nominated to the Court:

Byron White (Kennedy, D)

William Rehnquist (Nixon, R; chief justice under Reagan, R)

Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court
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5 republicans were pro choice. How can the supreme court rule any differently. 2 Democrat ruled with them

and 1 Dem and 1 Republican were pro life.
Republicans aren’t against abortion, they’re for more government, bigger government interfering in citizens’ private lives.

They’re for compelling conformity and punishing dissent.

The authoritarian right seeks only maintain its minority rule contrary to the will of the majority of the American people.
 

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How is this current events? You quoted a 50 year old SCOTUS ruling.
 

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Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court

The vote on Roe vs. Wade was 7-2. Those justices supporting the case’s pro-choice outcome were as follows, including the president nominating each and the president’s party affiliation:

Harry Blackmun (Nixon, R)

Warren Burger (Nixon, R)

William Douglas (FDR, D)

William Brennan (Eisenhower, R)

Potter Stewart (Eisenhower, R)

Thurgood Marshall (LBJ, D)

Lewis Powell (Nixon, R)

Those dissenting on Roe vs. Wade — only two – and both were not Republican-president-nominated to the Court:

Byron White (Kennedy, D)

William Rehnquist (Nixon, R; chief justice under Reagan, R)

Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court
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5 republicans were pro choice. How can the supreme court rule any differently. 2 Democrat ruled with them

and 1 Dem and 1 Republican were pro life.
/——/ That doesn’t prove anything, you dolt.
Sure it does.

IT PROVES that democrat controlled cities are responsible for their poverty & violence.
/——/ ?
I used her logic. It's a solid link no?
/——/ Thanks
 

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The Supreme Court created the unrestricted legal killing of the unborn by finding a concept of "privacy" that didn't exist in the Constitution. Decades later even after the horror house of Dr. Kermit Goslin was uncovered in Pa. they are still killing full term babies with a frankenstein monstrosity created to bypass human reason and suck the brains out of full term babies. It's freaking crazy.
 

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Why the gop doesn't shout CONTRACEPTION from the rooftops I'll never understand. That's less people needing govt assistance. Some don't like the idea of contraception. Why?
 

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Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court

The vote on Roe vs. Wade was 7-2. Those justices supporting the case’s pro-choice outcome were as follows, including the president nominating each and the president’s party affiliation:

Harry Blackmun (Nixon, R)

Warren Burger (Nixon, R)

William Douglas (FDR, D)

William Brennan (Eisenhower, R)

Potter Stewart (Eisenhower, R)

Thurgood Marshall (LBJ, D)

Lewis Powell (Nixon, R)

Those dissenting on Roe vs. Wade — only two – and both were not Republican-president-nominated to the Court:

Byron White (Kennedy, D)

William Rehnquist (Nixon, R; chief justice under Reagan, R)

Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court
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5 republicans were pro choice. How can the supreme court rule any differently. 2 Democrat ruled with them

and 1 Dem and 1 Republican were pro life.
40 years ago there were Republican and conservative jurists who believed in limited government, who sought to defend the rights and protected liberties of the American people, and who understood that those rights and protected liberties were immune from attack by the state, safeguarded from the fear, ignorance, stupidity, hate, and capricious whims of voters.

That hasn’t been the case for a long time.

Today conservative jurists are authoritarian ideologues devoted to rightist political dogma, not settled and accepted precedent and Constitutional jurisprudence.
 

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Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court

The vote on Roe vs. Wade was 7-2. Those justices supporting the case’s pro-choice outcome were as follows, including the president nominating each and the president’s party affiliation:

Harry Blackmun (Nixon, R)

Warren Burger (Nixon, R)

William Douglas (FDR, D)

William Brennan (Eisenhower, R)

Potter Stewart (Eisenhower, R)

Thurgood Marshall (LBJ, D)

Lewis Powell (Nixon, R)

Those dissenting on Roe vs. Wade — only two – and both were not Republican-president-nominated to the Court:

Byron White (Kennedy, D)

William Rehnquist (Nixon, R; chief justice under Reagan, R)

Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nominated Supreme Court
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5 republicans were pro choice. How can the supreme court rule any differently. 2 Democrat ruled with them

and 1 Dem and 1 Republican were pro life.

You know the answer, they went by the constitution like good conservatives do, it's also the reason why you have gay marriage, And the dreamers
 

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