You Wanted a Hero, and Texas(!) Gives Us One

The U.S. Lab for Bad Policy

This is what political bravery looks like:

You listening, Congress?

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6 Responses to You Wanted a Hero, and Texas(!) Gives Us One

  1. Jimmy T says:

    You go girl. I’m thinking the best and the brightest young Texans will be streaming out of state because the power structure just couldn’t leave the girls alone. No one is asking for an abortion because their prom dress doesn’t fit. No, sometimes things go terribly wrong and a procedure is both required and justified. Now it’s become Texas law that any busy body can sue a woman for having an abortion. I’m not sure if the powers that be will recognise that their future is leaving the state in droves…

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  2. R White says:

    She has a bright future elsewhere. Leave and never look back.

    Abbott and the rest of the paedophilic redneck asshole republican politicians there think they are creating a ‘perfect, conservative utopia,’ but in reality it will become another third-world shithole that can barely balance their budgets along with allowing corporations to use public lands as dumping grounds while the remaining denizens see fit to open carry guns to solve their hang ups towards strangers and situations they don’t like.

    Besides, Abbott’s hostility towards women knows no bounds. He’s such an awkward incel that you could send him to a whorehouse with an eight-ball of coke and thousands of ones and yet he could find a way not to get laid.

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  3. dixiechiken says:

    This girl is a total badass. I bow to her. We are going to be in very, very good hands when this generation comes into their own.

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  4. MDavis says:

    Was that cheering? I thought it sounded odd, but when the camera panned the safe-distance style seating it made more sense.


  5. spotthedog says:

    Courageous and inspiring!


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