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Just as a wave of crucial midterm primary elections kick off around the country this spring, the conveniently scheduled leak of a Supreme Court draft opinion overturning Roe v. Wade became America’s new weapon of manufactured mass distraction.

Left-wing abortifa agitators descended on the Supreme Court steps in Washington, howling, “Fascist scum has got to go.”

Unhinged TikTokers called for “riots,” “gas” and “torches”; “burning it all to the ground” by targeting “all those old white men and the women who support them”; and “mayhem in the streets” that will dwarf the “global protests around George Floyd.”

One prototypical Hollywood feminist, Amanda Duarte (a self-described “barren, child-eating sex witch”), tweeted her fantasy involving the “little white daughters” of pro-life “white supremacist lawmakers” getting “raped and impregnated by black men.”

The aborticrats are not just nuts. They’re evil.

An “anarchist collective” is now instructing women (yes, all of sudden, the left has discovered that biological women are really a thing) how to concoct “do it yourself” abortion pills with horse ulcer powder, corn syrup and confectioners’ sugar. (Yes, these are the same types who made it a punishable offense to talk about alternative COVID-19 treatment ivermectin, the anti-malarial drug used safely for three decades around the globe by humans and animals.)

But I digress.

Right on cue, anti-Christian hatred spread like a raging Colorado wildfire across the internet, from the profane, abortion-promoting rabbi who fumed, “Shame on all who hold the cross” and, “Time to go to war” to thousands of his fellow online vigilantes posting, “F—- Christians” with veiled or outright threads of violence.

Planned Parenthood and the American Civil Liberties Union were at the ready in Washington, D.C., Philadelphia and New York City’s Foley Square for “impromptu” protests and literal screamfests, where masses of spontaneously gathered rabble-rousers carried spontaneously printed, carbon-copy signs from the billion-dollar-funded giants of the Death Lobby. (So much for that “paper shortage” being used to justify ditching traditional paper ballot voting, right? Told you so.)

Question the timing? It would be irresponsible not to do so. Survey the political landscape. Earlier this week, left-wing NPR reported that President Joe Biden “is losing support from Gen Z.” The libs in deep-blue Massachusetts are sick of him, too, according to a new Boston Globe/Suffolk University poll. Another lib outlet, government-sponsored PBS, reported last week that “independents favor the GOP right now” because “runaway inflation is hitting everyone’s wallets and has given Republicans a political edge”; pollsters also found that “about half of parents with children under age 18 said they don’t like how (Biden) has handled COVID.”

ORDER IT NOW

Despite the Herculean attempts of the White House, Black Lives Matter and woke media to gin up fear over “white supremacy” as the biggest threat to our nation, unbrainwashed citizens are revolting en masse against anti-white critical race theory in higher education and “social and emotional learning” (translation: thought control and behavior modification) in K-12 schools. BLM’s multimillion-dollar grift has now hit mainstream exposure. And the Biden Disinformation Governance Board, headed by TikTok warbling bubblehead and Hunter Biden laptop-whitewasher Nina Jankowicz, has become a laughingstock across the board.

The engineered and coordinated aborti-mania also comes at an opportune time for Biden’s Big Pharma allies. Just this week, a new study has documented more COVID-19 vaccine-induced heart infections. New surveillance data from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System confirms a “statistically significant increased risk for Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS) in the 3 weeks after receipt of the Janssen/Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.” And profiteering Pfizer, which is pushing Biden to approve COVID-19 shots for children under 5, was forced to release more than 90,000 pages of jab data it tried to cover up.

Make no mistake: There are no coincidences, and conspiracies are not just theories, especially in an even-numbered election year with a crumbling, bumbling commander in chief and his minions clinging to power.

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  1. Nat X says:

    How did this slant become the darling of the deplorable right?

    • Troll: Legba, Fidelios Automata
    • Replies: @Bro43rd
    , @Croppy
  2. Bro43rd says:
    @Nat X

    The same way blm has become the shock troops for the democrats, through mass propaganda efforts. So the right & democrats are equally easily manipulated. So you’re just as smart as the deplorable right, which is really saying you’re both equally stupid. Equality, not really a good thing, huh?

  3. Both sides on this issue are ideologically captured in their view. Neither side wants to compromise. The holy rollers say the clump of cells is a child right after conception. The other side wants to murder children just prior to exiting the birth canal. They’re both nuts.

    Here’s a compromise that should work for reasonable people.

    The first 3 months allows for abortion on demand. The middle 3 months allows for abortion only if there’s a medical reason to do so. The last 3 months the woman carries to term.

    The whole abortion thing is like an on / off switch under law. Decades ago, it was illegal – off. Then it became legal – on. Now they want to turn it off again. This is plain stupid. Be reasonable and allow for options.

  4. bwuce wee says:

    OK- i am taking action here: any takers on who the leak came from- wait for it(!!!!), the newest dem OBAMA mole on the court! you guessed it- ketanji brown jackson. no leak ever on the court, yet within mere days after her appointment, well, looky here, we have subversive action!!! coincidence? I THINK NOT!!! good thing obama has another subversive operative on the court- he needs them. and by the way, scalia was killed on obama’s watch- coincidence? I THINK NOT!

    • Replies: @Realist
  5. bwuce wee says:

    this whole thing got out of hand because CA and COLO over-played their hand with abortion being allowed days after the actual birth!!!
    c’mon- after the birth?!!?!?! really- you gonna go there!?!?!? give ’em and inch and they go all in. lesson being- DON’T EVER GIVE THEM THE INCH!

    • Replies: @MarkU
  6. Okay, babies and morality aside, nobody seems to be able to explain to me why it’s oppressive for a centralized government to give choice back to local governments.

    You’ve got a far better chance of ‘making your voice heard’ in your state than you will with the federal government. And none at all with the Supreme Court, which (ideally anyway) rules not by popular will but on the basis of legal soundness and precedent.

    • Replies: @Realist
  7. @RoatanBill

    You skipped the most important thing. Abortion any time to save the mother’s life. Without needing a judge to sign off on it. We lost one of our dearest that way. Damn judge out on the golf course.

    • Agree: animalogic
    • Replies: @MarkU
  8. bwuce wee says:

    this whole thing got out of hand because CA and COLO over-played their hand with abortion being allowed days after the actual birth!!!
    c’mon- after the birth?!!?!?! really- you gonna go there!?!?!? give ’em and inch and they go all in. lesson being- DON’T EVER GIVE THEM THE INCH!

  9. MarkU says:
    @RoatanBill

    Good comment. That seems to be as good a solution as is likely to be found.

  10. That’s nice. Wishing rape and impregnation on women. I thought that was the whole thing, that without abortion, these women are left as destitute rape victims forced to carry and bear. Really, I could definitely sympathize with that, yet that’s not the case. As a woman myself, I don’t understand why there is no way for them to just stop being lazy and take precaution to start with. “My body, My choice.” I can’t help but conjure an image of just what “choice” they make with that “body” of theirs. Ironic, on so many levels. If you’re THAT consumed with it, consider getting your tubes cut. Why not? And they can stop encouraging preteen girls to “Do It,” and they can know, from an early age, that it’s all right to say no, to keep your legs closed, and your skirt down. Not every woman strives to be such a big fat sexually gluttonous pig. I’m getting so sick of this whole thing, it’s nothing more than disgusting, unnatural, monstrous and horrific. Women everywhere should be smearing that crapweasle for wishing such a thing on them.

    • Replies: @The Real World
  11. Biff says:

    The whole essay was spot-on. Thanks.

  12. TG says:

    It is a pleasure when someone sees through the misdirection of our elites. For better or worse, the issue of abortion had been settled – this is a deliberate ploy to have the lower classes beating each other up over an issue that the rich just don’t give a damn about, and ignore things like the ongoing invasion over the southern border.

    I don’t deny that abortion is a real issue. But consider this: suppose I steal your wallet.

    You: “Hey! I want my wallet back!”

    Me: “ABORTION! DEAD BABIES! WOMEN AS SLAVES!”

    You: “OK you’re right, keep my wallet.”

    Get the idea? And the bottom line is that nothing will really change: Republicans will bloviate but not actually do anything of real substance, and – for better or worse – women who really do want abortions are still going to be able to get them.

    We’re being trolled.

  13. @IndianLady

    It’s bad enough to hear mean carry-on with such nastiness regarding women; to read a woman trashing women like you have is just ugly and beyond the pale.

    Let me offer a clue about reality by borrowing a statement I saw elsewhere. “All unintended pregnancies are a result of irresponsible ejaculation.” Take pause and think about that.

    • Replies: @Realist
  14. Five god damned Roman Catholics now control the American Star Chamber. They boldly force the tenets of their ugly religion on the American people under the false flag of “originalism”, as if nothing of value has been added to the store of human knowledge in the last 235 years. In fact, what has been learned by human beings in that time invalidates most if not all of the Constitution, which was a reactionary assault on the gains of the Revolution the day it was written. Nevertheless, the Pope must be smiling today. In the original America the Roman Pontiff was the watchword for arbitrary, illegitimate authority, to be suppressed wherever it showed its freedom-hating face. It was bizarre enough that Irishmen and Italians, imported here only to supply cheap labor, imagine that the WASP Founders’ ideal of white supremacy applies to them too; and now this outrageous insult to the American republic is cheered by fools who are blind to what free republican government looks like, never having see one in action in their lifetimes or in most of our history.

  15. Speaking of distraction, this is also another excuse for Mrs. Malkin — once Uncle Sam’s cheerleader at every away game — to duck writing anything about Ukraine. Some of her topic choices lately have been pretty desperate.

    And what’s with all the sanctimony over the leak of the opinion? When it comes to timing, formal issuance a trimester later would be to the same effect: keep the sheep bleating at each other so Big War and Wall Street can breathe easy through the next Most Important Election Ever.

  16. It took the left about fifteen minutes to forget about Covid once the Ukrainian issue arose. I wonder how much longer the Ukrainians have?

  17. @RoatanBill

    After the SC leak came down a few days ago, Candace Owens, a frequent guest on Tucker, said that 40 million more black babies would have been born if abortion hadn’t become legal since RvW. Let that sink in for a minute.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  18. @RoatanBill

    The other side wants to murder children just prior to exiting the birth canal.

    The abortion debate has been in reruns forever. “Murder” is a bit inflammatory.

    All normal, healthy humans grow (transform) continuously from the moment of conception. A newborn is the same human as the one that existed moments before it emerged. My observation is that a baby hasn’t matured to resemble a functioning person — the point where I’d be willing to stipulate that it has a clear right-to-life — until somewhere around the two week mark. (We know that no mom is going to kill her one-week old baby when she can simply drop it off at the firehouse.)

    I don’t care about the moral, philosophical and scientific arguments for/against abortion (and I think I’ve heard them all). I strongly oppose abortion for the purely political purpose of antagonizing femniz’ts. While they insist that a woman has an unassailable right to control her own body, they adamantly refuse to allow men to control their own heads. For instance, femniz’ts supoort:

    • motorcycle helmet laws.
    • compulsory school attendance.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  19. Realist says:
    @RoatanBill

    Be reasonable and allow for options.

    Your proposition sounds reasonable.

    Who would decide this and how? Would it be federal jurisdiction or state?

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  20. Realist says:
    @bwuce wee

    no leak ever on the court…

    Not true the have been leaks from the SCOTUS before.

  21. Realist says:
    @Sollipsist

    Okay, babies and morality aside, nobody seems to be able to explain to me why it’s oppressive for a centralized government to give choice back to local governments.

    You’ve got a far better chance of ‘making your voice heard’ in your state than you will with the federal government.

    I agree, ideally, that would be the case…but this issue is so emotionally charged.

    And none at all with the Supreme Court, which (ideally anyway) rules not by popular will but on the basis of legal soundness and precedent.

    The keyword there is ideally…the SCOTUS is as political and corrupt as the other two branches.

    • Agree: follyofwar
    • Replies: @Fidelios Automata
  22. Realist says:
    @The Real World

    All unintended pregnancies are a result of irresponsible ejaculation.

    All unintended pregnancies (save for rape) are a result of irresponsible sex.

    FIFY

    • Agree: Rogue
  23. MarkU says:
    @obwandiyag

    OK that is fair, I had imagined that contingency could be taken for granted, sorry to hear about your loss.

  24. MarkU says:
    @bwuce wee

    You are surely kidding? Abortion after the actual birth?

  25. @follyofwar

    I was commenting on the insanity of the on and off switch. That without abortion, there would have been more of the low IQ, violent, promiscuous bred by their current counterparts is more a matter of the gov’t supporting the shit in the society with endless “free stuff” programs. Note I didn’t mention race or any other characteristic besides those of the low life cretins. It’s my impression that the women that take advantage of the availability of abortions are largely the refuse in the society; those that want someone else to pay for their mistakes in life.

    There’s also no real downside for the fathers of these mostly illegitimate children. These are ancillary issues that should have been addressed long ago.

    • Replies: @follyofwar
  26. @Abolish_public_education

    Murder is in no way inflammatory under some circumstances. Babies in the last trimester are quite often aborted. They get away with this by murdering it while it’s still on one side of the birth canal, since once it’s on the other side, it would be an actual murder.

    That there are doctors willing to do this is disturbing. I realize that this may be a small percentage of cases, but it points to the mentality of some people that are willing to take a life of a viable child because they can make money doing it.

    • Agree: Rogue
    • Replies: @Fidelios Automata
  27. @Realist

    Since there’s no proof of exactly how old a fetus is while still inside the woman, it’s a judgement call that can only reasonably be made by a doctor experienced in birthing babies. That there’s room for abuse is obvious.

    Possibly all aborted fetus should be autopsied as part of the process to detect doctors that too often make “mistakes” in judgement and those should be prevented from providing that “service”. Maybe it should take 3 doctors to separately evaluate any given situation and only if all three agree is the abortion permissible. This is something for a medical ethics panel to figure out.

    I’m too ignorant on medical matters to have an opinion on medical matters. My opinion is on the legal and also moral side of the debate. From my perspective, that middle 3 months is the key in trying to be reasonable.

    • Replies: @Realist
  28. Croppy says:
    @Nat X

    “I’ll tell ya WHY.”
    I’ll tell ya HOW!
    Here’s how.
    While you’re going all lookist

    & all Hillarista

    She’s ahead of you … and even me … by hours or even days … coining phrases like Abortifa.
    “So there.”
    You’re Not so cool anymore – – ARE you?

  29. Mac_ says:

    – just a note on Sollopist comment 6., saying – ‘You’ve got a far better chance of ‘making your voice heard’ in your state than you will with the federal government. And none at all with the Supreme Court, which (ideally anyway) rules not by popular will but on the basis of legal soundness and precedent.’
    The supreem fronts don’t scribble supposed laws or decisions based on soundness or precedent, they do their scribbling based on what agenda schemers want as they all pretend there is any such thing as paper laws, incrementally scribbling away or ignoring supposed rights earlier scribbblers pretended to ‘give’ people, as other schemers scribble more supposed ‘laws’ to control. Natural law, might is right, is actual law, otherwise law is paper scribblers fronting or being used to front false society, for agendas of control schemers. Supposed ‘state’ scribblers are same, supposed ‘courts’ have never been for the purpose people assume. Otherwise agree with some other posts and general article premise on distraction.

  30. Cris M. says:

    The part of the article mentioning tik tok to me reminds about perceived populism, and which with electronics and propaganda, beside steering focus on one thing or another, can work to steer focus on populism, one way or another. Then there is other aspect of conjuring images, with electronics those who steer focus can generate false images of many types. Also of course there are regular people, and trolls or shills who put photos or stories or comments on web etc, just noting also that these days with electronics they can generate false images or other things, using past inputs.

    A point being, mass medias the angles aren’t new, steering focus on populism has always been the purpose of supposed polls, the point to keep people looking at mass media, instead of talking to each other in real life. Just pointing out use of posing populism, or dividing populism, can be an angle -to steer more focus on false populism. In any case appreciate the piece Michelle.

  31. @RoatanBill

    “Here’s a compromise that should work for reasonable people.

    The first 3 months allows for abortion on demand. The middle 3 months allows for abortion only if there’s a medical reason to do so. The last 3 months the woman carries to term.”
    Completely agree.
    Only area I think there’s legit’ debate is the 2nd trimester. Possiblely, the 1st 6 wk’s of 2nd trimester could come under 1st trimester rules, the last 6 wk’s of 2nd trimester could come under last trimester rules.

  32. @animalogic

    In my comment #27 above, I indicate that the middle component is the gray area that allows for reasonable people to decide on what to do. That some doctors would knowingly or mistakenly provide an abortion in month 4 would be a certainty, for example. It is a judgement call, afterall. Fewer and fewer doctors would stretch credulity into months 5 and fewer still in month 6.

    This issue is like having a live bomb discovered under your house. You have to deal with it, like it or not. The idea is that most of the time, the situation is handled properly with full knowledge that every so often things go wrong. As it stands today, the legal pendulum appears to be swinging back to the other extremist position. This is done to make sure the issue is always contentious since there are no reasonable people in gov’t.

    • Replies: @animalogic
  33. Your children are incredibly embarrassed and ashamed of you.

  34. @RoatanBill

    Hey Bill, that “free stuff” ain’t going away. It will only increase as more women, who have no ability to care for more babies without massive government help, birth more babies they don’t want. Under the scenario in which abortion is illegal, these women will be forced to bring their fetuses to term, then they can starve together, as they will get no government help. Sounds like an unworkable libertarian talking point.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  35. Realist says:
    @RoatanBill

    Thanks for your reasonable explanation. But sadly a governmental agency would have to oversee that.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  36. @Realist

    I can’t help reading that sentence as saying rape is responsible sex.

    • Replies: @Realist
    , @Sollipsist
  37. @follyofwar

    Actually, the “free stuff” is going to go away as part of the end of the US Dollar and quite possibly the end of the USA, leaving behind 50 political entities that will reform into X number of new countries. If I squint hard enough, I can see the end of the US empire in the not too distant future.

    The only reason the dregs in the society have been able to survive is due to the availability of fiat “funny money” and current events indicate that that system is nearing its end. That’s why suddenly the abortion issue is again a topic of conversation, to distract from the inevitable and impending economic failure and ever increasing inflation leading to hyperinflation. That abortion is now a hot topic tells me that the decision to avoid a wider war with Russia is more likely since some distraction was needed and the most obvious was a war with Russia. That they dug up the abortion issue tells me they don’t want the war.

    Focusing in specifically on the abortion issue, I support abortion up to a point. For me that’s when, in my opinion, the fetus is a pile of developing cells and isn’t yet a viable person. I don’t support late term abortion because I don’t support murder when the fetus is a viable person. I don’t care what race, religion, ethnicity, etc the fetus / child is.

    All children are born into a system that at least partially determines their character or lack thereof. Not all black people are vicious savages, just like not all jews are sociopaths. I believe the individual has to be treated without prejudice up until that individual shows the antisocial tendencies that are the stereotypical characteristics associated with certain peoples.

    Aborting what may be an innocent child is not the way to combat the problems in the society, largely the result of gov’t policy. I want shed of all the human trash but would use their actual actions on an individual basis to provide the reason to kill them. If I had my way, there would be no prisons. The violent would get killed on their first offense and the non violent would be working to make restitution for their actions. A prison serves no purpose but to further cost the citizenry money to house, clothe, feed and provide medical care for degenerates that are eventually released to continue their criminal careers.

  38. @Realist

    Yes, understood.

    But, it bears some thought that all sorts of fun sexual activities can occur, including penetration, but pregnancy is highly unlikely unless he makes his special contribution directly into her body.

    So, prevent that from occurring and 98%+ chance there will be no pregnancy.

    It is an ugly reality how little responsibility most people assign the very person who has the most control in preventing unintended pregnancy. People want to get it on, we are designed that way. So, extreme abstinence isn’t a solution and her birth control options aren’t always available when desires arise.

    So, people can enjoy themselves while HE has the ability to not impregnate her. It takes maturity to assume responsibility. Perhaps that is the overriding issue.

    • Replies: @Realist
  39. Last time I checked abortion remained a voluntary activity. The only reason women have abortions is because pro-life christians failed to evangelize those women. The reality is that pro-life christians are not pro-life at all. Typically they oppose medicare for all, universal basic income, college loan forgiveness, expanded federal housing subsidies and other things that would let single moms, poor families, and others actually to afford babies. For women under 30, and for some over 30, the lack of financial resources is the biggest cause of abortion. Fixing the money problem would end most abortions without criminalizing abortion. The largest “cause” of abortion in women over 30 is a bad non-invasive pre-natal DNA test (NIPT) that reveals the child will have Downs or some other issue. Typically a bad NIPT test leads to an abortion (your over 30 friends all say they miscarried. If Ms Malkin were sincerely pro-life she would be campaigning to ban NIPT testing. As of today, there is no medical treatment for a bad NIPT test other than an abortion. I will believe Ms Malking is pro-life when she supports medicare for all, universal basic income, more free federal housing, and she moves to ban NIPT testing (and IVF).

    Bottom line. Pro-lifers are not pro-life. They merely want to manage the sex lives of others.

    • Replies: @The Real World
  40. @animalogic

    The reality is that there have always been time limits on access to abortion since RvW. It’s fairly startling that most people don’t seem to know that. It hasn’t been an on/off legal situation.

    The Right tries to rile and inflame people with talk of up-to-the-moment-of-birth abortions but they are screwing with people heads on that. The reality is, per CDC numbers, that over 90% of abortions occur in under 13 weeks.

    I believe that SCOTUS placed a limit on abortion at the age of estimated viability outside the womb which they placed at 24 weeks (6 months) but allowed states some leeway on defining that time frame and other medical particulars.

    https://www.guttmacher.org/state-policy/explore/overview-abortion-laws

    Maybe I missed it but, I could not find on that page how the word: Viability …was defined in the columns. If it means the 24 weeks, it would have been nice for them to define that somewhere. I suppose those states use that wording in case the definition of Viability changes.

    • Replies: @animalogic
  41. @Realist

    I don’t agree with the would have to characterization. That gov’t would interfere is a given, but only because it has to have its claws on everything. I don’t believe gov’t would be needed but I’m certain bureaucrats would see it differently.

    The medical profession should be able to take care of this and come up with procedures for accountability, auditing, etc. That gov’t has the temerity to license doctors and that the profession is stupid enough to go along means that doctors are completely subservient to gov’t fatwas.

    • Agree: Realist
  42. Realist says:
    @Sollipsist

    I can’t help reading that sentence as saying rape is responsible sex.

    How would you write it?

  43. Realist says:
    @The Real World

    I rewrote it because as a woman you lay the blame/responsibility for unintended pregnancy on the male. A woman should know that if anyone gets pregnant it will be her.

    You expect the male to be responsible, but not the female.

    A couple that does not want a pregnancy should never have unprotected sex.

    My point was it is the responsibility of both.

    • Replies: @The Real World
  44. @Realist

    Good grief, do you always make such statements of the utterly obvious, not comprehend when someone agrees them, then repeat yourself and go on to not comprehend their basic and clearly-stated comments? Truly, what is that?

    It goes without saying that both parties are responsible but, you said it anyway and I straight-away agreed.

    Then I provided you with a thought experiment and a reality check that you have never considered. And either that bugs you, that you missed something so obvious for decades, or you can’t handle the responsibility of what I accurately pointed out.

    As much as I dislike repeating what was already plainly stated, I will copy/paste it again because a different description is not needed. Perhaps it can be digested a second time.

    …all sorts of fun sexual activities can occur, including penetration, but pregnancy is highly unlikely unless he makes his special contribution directly into her body. So, prevent that from occurring and 98%+ chance there will be no pregnancy.

    Life happens, sometimes people want to get it on when there is nothing available for her to use. So, utterly and simply, if he made sure not place his sperm in her vagina, there would be no unintended pregnancy. Is that too much responsibility for him? Are males incapable of that – is that what you’re saying?

    • Replies: @Realist
  45. @Harry Huntington

    Bottom line. Pro-lifers are not pro-life. They merely want to manage the sex lives of others.

    Harry gets it. The entire issue is about control and control of women, specifically. People do not give a flip about the fetus of a stranger. Anyone who claims they do is virtue signaling or lying.

    Why does no one speak about the *heavy pressure* many young females get from boyfriends to get abortions? I know for certain some of the women would have the babies if they had support. He sees it as a problem/financial burden and she may too and want the abortion. However, some of them feel differently but, they can’t raise the kid on their own and reluctantly get one.

    Why does no one speak about the pregnant women who do NOT want to abort and wind-up dead because the boyfriend or husband doesn’t want the baby or financial obligation? It happens more than people think. He kills her or has it done. Who cares, right? She’s just some stupid woman who carelessly got herself pregnant by a loser.

    Why does no one acknowledge that average citizens, everyday in America, make the decision to take the life of a family member and it’s legal. They do it by not providing life support or by removing it. They decide it’s time for them to die. Where is the outcry, the protests, the church sermons, etc?

    Also, is the average American too dialed-out to understand that virtually all the wars we’ve engaged in the last 70 years have been wars of choice, based on lies and for-profit? Fed Gov, with the implicit agreement of citizens, sends tens of thousands of citizens off TO DIE for THAT. ^^^ Where is the outcry and protests for those dead?

    Yes, Harry, all the outrage is just controlling bullshit or emotional brainwashing. I could at least have a bit of respect for people if they were honest about their real motives. But, they are dishonest, that’s the American way now.

  46. @Sollipsist

    You were limited by the FIFY aspect. But maybe:

    “All unintended pregnancies are a result of irresponsible sex (or rape).”

  47. Realist says:
    @The Real World

    Life happens, sometimes people want to get it on when there is nothing available for her to use. So, utterly and simply, if he made sure not place his sperm in her vagina, there would be no unintended pregnancy. Is that too much responsibility for him? Are males incapable of that – is that what you’re saying?

    You are the one that doesn’t understand that your little scenario puts the responsibility on the male, only. Like many women, you are so infested with the men bad syndrome.

    Your scenario states people want to get it on when there is nothing available for her to use. Then the responsible thing for her to do is come prepared or decline to have sex until she has protection.

    Is that too much responsibility for her? Are females incapable of that – is that what you’re saying?

    Coitus interrupts (onanism) is not a reliable form of birth control.

  48. You answered my question – passive-aggressively but, you answered it.

    I correctly identified it in my first post. Simple, mature responsibility is too much for him. The easiest prevention methods cannot be managed by males.

    Here’s an idea, since one party simply cannot be counted on to understand or manage his obligation. Let’s require all males to get a vasectomy (they can save plenty of sperm in a sperm bank for later intended pregnancies) and then men and women can party with ease.

    That solves alot of problems. There would be no unintended pregnancies, no abortions, no unwanted babies, no paternity or court issues, no over-burdened adoption/foster care system. There is no downside.

    Of course, you will protest that excellent idea. Because, it requires responsibility and a smidge of sacrifice.

  49. @Realist

    Even when I was pro “choice” (meaning the choice to murder babies in the womb – I no longer am), I opposed Roe v. Wade as a ludicrous violation of states’ rights.

    • Replies: @Greta Handel
  50. @Fidelios Automata

    I doubt that even one in three Americans understands, much less respects, the distinction.

  51. @The Real World

    This question of “viability” — is tricky.
    Of course the Law can say that btwn month X & month Y the fetus should become “viable” (ie capable of existence outside the womb??).
    However, “viability” will always be a Q of Dr’s making a judgement call on THIS fetus /baby.
    I do not support (like many others) abortion after viability has been reached.

  52. @RoatanBill

    The timing of the “leak” is quite suspicious. Am I wrong in the belief that this is the 1st such leak from the SCOTUS ? (really, I’m not sure)

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  53. @animalogic

    I’ve read that a leak has never happened before. It hasn’t happened this time either.

    A leak infers a surreptitious act has occurred. This was done purposely with the full knowledge of the political entities involved to gauge public reaction.

    • Replies: @animalogic
  54. One more thing. And until they can learn to keep their legs shut, that child has every right to grow there. SHE has HER own body, and SHE has all the right in the world as long as nature takes her course. I don’t take any of it back, either. Girls in China are killed just because they’re girls, and yet….still waiting to hear anything about how awful THAT is….

  55. Slight correction: Ivermectin is an anti-parasitic drug, but is not primarily used for malaria control.

  56. @RoatanBill

    You’re probably correct. The whole thing… smells….

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