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david starling

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I wasn't aware that the Christians were rioting and bombing. Bad on them, then, too, glad you see it works both ways.

A pregnancy centre in America is a place where they look after pregnant women, try to hook them up with whatever resources they need. Some run by churches, some not.

Canada has no laws about abortion, and even most conservative politicians say they support that - including keeping sex selective abortion legal. The only couple of redeeming features here are that abortion is pretty rare generally, and even though it's technically legal up until the moment of birth, you probably won't find a doctor who'll do it past 12-15 weeks.
Here's an article about Fundamentalist Christian violence.

Abortion clinics have been harassed and blocked by hysterical Fundamentalist Christian protesters ever since Roe was passed. They hold signs showing fully developed fetuses when over 92% of abortions are performed in the first trimester, and the later ones are due to medical threats to the mother's health. About 25% of all fetal deaths are due to natural abortions, which are called "miscarriages", also almost all in the first trimester.

Here's an article about pregnancy-related deaths of mothers, which the Fundamentalists care nothing about. Just an "insignificant" minority, like pro-vaxxers not caring about severe adverse consequences of getting vaxxed.
 

david starling

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What about the leftists who are out bombing pregnancy centres, stalking judges and trying to kill them, beating people up, and rioting?

Are they ok?

How many "pregnancy centers" have been attacked in the U.S.? I see just one, in Colorado--no bombing, it was arson, with no injuries reported.

If you're talking about the suicidal guy who was stalking Justice Kavanaugh, he turned himself in without assaulting the judge.

I'm not seeing anything about beatings.
 

leomoon

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Miller: - white women being FORCED to carry their fetuses to fruition, to catch up to minority babies being born willingly? Hispanics and blacks??
Why would this woman think of say this?

"President Trump… I want to thank you for the historic victory for white life in the Supreme Court yesterday"
Rep. Mary Miller (R-Ill.), whose brief stint in Congress may be best known for casually quoting Adolf Hitler, extended her noxious record on Saturday by praising Donald Trump for his role in helping deliver the Supreme Court’s decision to strike down Roe as a “historic victory for white life.”


“I want to thank you for the historic victory for white life in the Supreme Court yesterday,” Miller said at a Trump rally in Mendon, Illinois. She then raised her arms to clap for a cheering crowd as the former president stood by, all smiles.


Miller, who’s in a tight primary race against Rep. Rodney Davis, now says that her statement was the result of a “mix-up of words.”


“You can clearly see in the video… she’s looking at her papers and looking at her speech,” Isaiah Wartman, a spokesman for Miller, told the Associated Press as the clip ignited social media. She meant to say “right to life”, Watman claimed.

I'll give her the benefit of the doubt and say probably a Freudian slip on her part which means in effect, she REALLY believes what she is saying and how it came out.
 

david starling

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Miller: - white women being FORCED to carry their fetuses to fruition, to catch up to minority babies being born willingly? Hispanics and blacks??
Why would this woman think of say this?

"President Trump… I want to thank you for the historic victory for white life in the Supreme Court yesterday"


I'll give her the benefit of the doubt and say probably a Freudian slip on her part which means in effect, she REALLY believes what she is saying and how it came out.

Anti-abortionists are fond of claiming that abortion rights are a genocidal plot against the Black community!

Strangely enough, they blame Margaret Sanger, who was a staunch anti-abortionist herself. The organization she founded, Planned Parenthood, didn't begin offering abortions at some of their reproductive health clinics until AFTER her death in 1966. She was ALL about contraception INSTEAD of abortion.
 

leomoon

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Anti-abortionists are fond of claiming that abortion rights are a genocidal plot against the Black community!

Strangely enough, they blame Margaret Sanger, who was a staunch anti-abortionist herself. The organization she founded, Planned Parenthood, didn't begin offering abortions at some of their reproductive health clinics until AFTER her death in 1966. She was ALL about contraception INSTEAD of abortion.
She said unless it was absolutely necessary, such as saving of the mother's life, so she did make exceptions. I'll be posting her chart later because she is in my family tree via her marriage. (a cousin thru marriage)_

Margaret Higgins Sanger Slee's case reminds me greatly of the Senator Joe McCarthy era, (1950s) he similarly hounded and slandered and had dozens of others following suit, calling people of great stature in Hollywood such ....even killing themselves over it; Both Nixon & John Wayne participated in the slandering. Called the "Un-American Activities Committee" It wasn't disbanded until the 1970s. A total of zero Communists govt. infiltrators after All those decades post WW2 ruining all those peoples lives for political gain ....In other words, NO evidence of their claims.

Biography​


American politician who, as a Senator representing Wisconsin in 1946, was the chairman of various investigating committees commonly known as "The Red Witch Hunts." As an inflammatory speaker and insidious interrogator, he ruined many lives and was censured by the Senate in 1954.

Note: His lawyer, was the infamous Trump lawyer he begged for Roy Cohn,
another awful human being, (see bio) who also represented Mafia figures besides McCarthy & trump all similar losers in the area of ethics.
 
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david starling

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It's all such a tired, old, self-serving argument: Anti-abortion Fundamentalists claim that human life is sacred, and that the Soul enters the body at conception. Ask them how they know? God told them so. Which version of God? Their's, of course! What a surprise!
 

leomoon

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It's all such a tired, old, self-serving argument: Anti-abortion Fundamentalists claim that human life is sacred, and that the Soul enters the body at conception. Ask them how they know? God told them so. Which version of God? Their's, of course! What a surprise!
Since my belief is you create god in your own image, they sure have a limited god in a very limited image of their own creation, whereas, my God, can and does wonderful acts, for it has no limits, and no end to the love for ALL, even them. That includes all Bi-Sexuals, gays, everyone on this earth and elsewhere. Some people have created a hate filled- war monger god. No thanks!
 

david starling

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Here's a well-known, logical observation regarding the theological views of Fundamentalists that throws them for a loop: If human lives in the womb are sacred, and without sin, then miscarriages and abortions give them a free pass to Heaven! But, once they're born, and have free will, they're in danger of losing their innocence, and their souls are at risk.

But, teasing the logic-impaired with logical observations is mean, and unproductive.
 

david starling

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As a Preamblist myself, I'm upset with the Supreme Court majority for COMPLETELY violating the "ensure domestic Tranquility" clause.

Even though the Preamble to the Constitution doesn't have "the force of Law", it's SUPPOSED to provide guidance for the Court in making it's decisions.
 

Oddity

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As a Preamblist myself, I'm upset with the Supreme Court majority for COMPLETELY violating the "ensure domestic Tranquility" clause.

Even though the Preamble to the Constitution doesn't have "the force of Law", it's SUPPOSED to provide guidance for the Court in making it's decisions.
But you know that there are many, many people in America who feel that abortion is totally contra 'domestic tranquillity'.

I don't understand why so many people on the left believe that the court's decision bans abortion. It doesn't - it throws it back to the states. And yes, some states will ban it, but travel to another state isn't impossible, especially given that Planned Parenthood is offering to foot the bill.
 

leomoon

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During the more fair and equitable Aquarian Age, I'd like to see the men and their sperm more accountable. If women's prescription for birth control is in any way restricted by the FDA (Federal) or via State, then we must do the same for men (its only fair)

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leomoon

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Vasectomy for men and other forms of male birth control - should now be addressed


: Vasectomy​


Vasectomy is a male contraception method that involves the surgical removal of the vas deferens. This part of the male reproductive system is a tube that carries the sperm. During a vasectomy procedure, doctors remove a small section of the tube, which creates a gap, thus interfering in the flow of sperms.


Since the sperms cannot move around, the semen produced during ejaculation poses no risk of unwanted pregnancies.


Now, you might be asking how effective is a vasectomy?


Well, besides abstinence, vasectomies are the next most effective birth control method. With only 1-2 women conceiving after having intercourse with a partner after a vasectomy, you can count on this contraception method to work 99% of the time.
 

leomoon

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Cont'd: Regarding the first thing the darker souls will do is start calling names, "like commies, as with McCarthy" use fear tactics for anyone they disagree with and try and ruin people's reputations as with Margaret Sanger and her 1s husband, perhaps her 2nd husband Noah Slee as well. They all worked for the betterment of women's lives.


McCarthy era blacklisted as "Commies" (the Red Scare): includes the intellectual author Arthur Miller, once the husband of Marilyn Monroe, who herself, may have been on the questionable list, lol.

and:

Lucille Ball had to prove she only once joined the communist party because of her grandfather's insistence she do so. So many others names were dragged through the mud, and had to prove themselves innocent of any wrongdoing including Gary Cooper.
 
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david starling

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But you know that there are many, many people in America who feel that abortion is totally contra 'domestic tranquillity'.

I don't understand why so many people on the left believe that the court's decision bans abortion. It doesn't - it throws it back to the states. And yes, some states will ban it, but travel to another state isn't impossible, especially given that Planned Parenthood is offering to foot the bill.

Percentage-wise, about 2/3 of Americans believe first trimester abortions should be completely legal.

The argument for the pro-choice side is solidly based on bodily autonomy. The inconsistency is, that the majority of those standing up for bodily autonomy in the case of pregnancy, did NOT stand up against Covid vaccination-mandates, which, like banning abortions and contraception, are ALSO about violating bodily autonomy.

The argument for the forced labor side, claiming that once pregnancy occurs, a woman is LEGALLY OBLIGATED to carry the pregnancy to term and give birth, is solidly based on a PARTICULAR RELIGIOUS view. For THAT view to have the support of the U.S. government, which includes the Supreme Court, it violates the Separation of Church and State, known as the "Establishment Clause" which is included in the Constitution.
 

david starling

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Cont'd: Regarding the first thing the darker souls will do is start calling names, "like commies, as with McCarthy" use fear tactics for anyone they disagree with and try and ruin people's reputations as with Margaret Sanger and her 1s husband, perhaps her 2nd husband Noah Slee as well. They all worked for the betterment of women's lives.


McCarthy era blacklisted as "Commies" (the Red Scare): includes the intellectual author Arthur Miller, once the husband of Marilyn Monroe, who herself, may have been on the questionable list, lol.

and:

Lucille Ball had to prove she only once joined the communist party because of her grandfather's insistence she do so. So many others names were dragged through the mud, and had to prove themselves innocent of any wrongdoing including Gary Cooper.
Where was the Supreme Court on the McCarthy hearings at the time? Did it make any decisions about them?
 

david starling

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Hmmm....Republican Senator Susan Collins and conservative Democrat Joe Manchin are saying they feel "betrayed" by the Supreme Court vote to overturn Roe. They're discussing "codifying" it in the legislature, which is what Justice Ruth Ginsberg said should have been done in the first place.

Those are two key Senators who might be able to make that happen. Manchin understands that the issue of bodily autonomy applies to BOTH the Covid vaccination-mandates AND the right to at least a 1st trimester abortion, even though he's personally not in favor of abortion. He was the only Democrat in the Senate to vote against the mandates.

Too bad he voted against Biden's infrastructure rebuilding.
 
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leomoon

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Something is up! The Select Committee has announced they will hold another meeting which had not been previously announced until now, tomorrow because of NEW information that has just come to them. Can it be from Alex Holder, the Filmmaker who the trump family via Kushner let into their private lives prior to the last Elections in 2020 clear up to and after January 6th?

He has a LOT of information he is now giving them, plus the video he took.

Seems this important info they have for the public may be connected. Can it be Putin? Not sure, we'll have to wait till tomorrow to find out.


:unsure: Scheduled for 1 PM Tuesday June 28th - 2022 6th Hearing of the Insurrection

(IF starting on time)

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leomoon

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Where was the Supreme Court on the McCarthy hearings at the time? Did it make any decisions about them?
I was only about 7 yrs old then.....Watching cartoons I suppose. ( j/k) :) https://www.history.com/topics/cold-war/army-mccarthy-hearings

Looks like the Senate took care of him. Prior to Trump people didn't run crying to the Supreme court every hip-stitch, and there was no mass Q-Anon, and conspiracy theories, (that is relatively new stuff....with the advent of trump with Neptune in pisces . Sure there have always been cults here and there, but nothing like mass-hysteria en masse (half the population) like we are seeing today.

The Senate was able to take care of their own back then. Same with Nixon. You did wrong, you were punished. Goodbye! Not today, with the new trump cult.

1954
December 02

Joseph McCarthy condemned by Senate​

The U.S. Senate votes 65 to 22 to condemn Senator Joseph R. McCarthy for conduct unbecoming of a senator. The condemnation, which was equivalent to a censure, related to McCarthy’s controversial investigation of suspected communists in the U.S. government, military and civilian society.
What is known as “McCarthyism” began on February 9, 1950, when McCarthy, a relatively obscure Republican senator from Wisconsin, announced during a speech in Wheeling, West Virginia, that he had in his possession a list of 205 communists who had infiltrated the U.S. State Department.(Sound Familiar like the Obama was born in Kenya stunt??) ...........The unsubstantiated declaration, which was little more than a publicity stunt, thrust Senator McCarthy into the national spotlight. Asked to reveal the names on the list, the opportunistic senator named just one official who he determined guilty by association: Owen Lattimore, an expert on Chinese culture and affairs who had advised the State Department. McCarthy described Lattimore as the “top Russian spy” in America.
These and other equally shocking accusations prompted the Senate to form a special committee, headed by Senator Millard Tydings of Maryland, to investigate the matter. The committee found little to substantiate McCarthy’s charges, but McCarthy nevertheless touched a nerve in the American public, and during the next two years he made increasingly sensational charges, even attacking President Harry S. Truman’s respected former secretary of state, George C. Marshall.
In 1953, a newly Republican Congress appointed McCarthy chairman of the Committee on Government Operations and its Subcommittee on Investigations, and McCarthyism reached a fever pitch. In widely publicized hearings, McCarthy bullied defendants under cross-examination with unlawful and damaging accusations, destroying the reputations of hundreds of innocent officials and citizens.
In the early months of 1954, McCarthy, who had already lost the support of much of his party because of his controversial tactics, finally overreached himself when he accused several U.S. Army officers of communist subversion. Republican President Dwight D. Eisenhower pushed for an investigation of McCarthy’s charges, and the televised hearings exposed the senator as a reckless and excessive tyrant who never produced proper documentation for any of his claims.
READ MORE: How Eisenhower Secretly Pushed Back Against McCarthyism
A climax of the hearings came on June 9, when Joseph N. Welch, special attorney for the army, responded to a McCarthy attack on a member of his law firm by facing the senator and tearfully declaring, “Until this moment, senator, I think I never really gauged your cruelty or your recklessness. Let us not assassinate this lad further, senator. You have done enough. Have you no sense of decency, sir? At long last, have you no sense of decency?” The crowded hearing room burst into spontaneous applause.
On December 2, after a heated debate, the Senate voted to condemn McCarthy for conduct “contrary to senatorial traditions.” By the time of his death from alcoholism in 1957, the influence of Senator Joseph McCarthy in Congress was negligible
 
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leomoon

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Tomorrow's Jan. 6th Impromptu - #6 Hearing - called:

(filmmaker) Holder says that he was told by then-chief of staff Mark Meadows that an interview would be cancelled while Trump spoke to Putin on the phone. The 11 hours of footage collected by Holder may play quite prominently in the coming days.


Rolling Stone points out that:



‘The date and time of the call coincided with Putin publicly criticizing Trump for making unfounded claims about Hunter Biden’s business dealings in Ukraine, although it’s unclear what the two leaders discussed. The U.S. and Russia were also trying to negotiate a nuclear accord at the time.’
note: Wouldn't the FBI or CIA have listened in to this call??
 

david starling

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Not to be controversial or anything :)wink:), but most Republicans have written off the hearings as a mere "witch-hunt", targeting Trump just because he's a Warlock.

And, they're celebrating the right of Evangelically-controlled States to force women into impoverishment, emotional devastation, and possible maternal death or life-threatening physical damage, by demanding that every pregnancy from its beginning, no matter how or why it occurred, results in giving birth.

Assuming of course that God doesn't decide to abort a pregnancy by causing a "miscarriage", which is the cause of about 25% of first trimester abortions.
 
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