News That Will Drive You To Drink

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Your Rapist’s Baby?

Whaddup, Ohio?

Ohio Republicans introduced a bill on Wednesday that calls for a total ban on abortions in the state, reaching farther than the Texas “heartbeat” law that is currently under examination by the Supreme Court.

The bill, called the 2363 Act, which the lawmakers said is the number of children lost to abortion everyday in the U.S., seeks to ban all abortions in Ohio and, like the Texas law, empower “any person” to bring civil action against an individual who performs and abortion or “knowingly engages in conduct that aids or abets the performance or inducement of an abortion.”

Individuals who filed such lawsuits will be permitted to ask for $10,000 or more, according to Cleveland.com.

Midwest nice, dontcha know. Just trying to save ladies’ eternal souls and their rapists’s baby so those little girls can grow up to be incubators just like their livestock, uh, mothers.

Since the beginning of Christianity, the theocrats have blamed women for mankind being thrown out of the Garden of Eden, but they never blame the snake.  Professional courtesy.

 

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9 Responses to News That Will Drive You To Drink

  1. Since the beginning of Christianity, the theocrats have blamed women for mankind being thrown out of the Garden of Eden, but they never blame the snake.

    Wasn’t the snake that kicked them out…

    “you can stay in the Garden so long as you remain ignorant!”

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  2. purplehead says:

    Ugh. I’m so thankful I fled Ohio as soon as I could. Decades ago. It was bad then. And has only gotten worse since.

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  3. Walt Mistler says:

    The crime rate dropped in the US about 18 years after abortion became legal. There is a correlation.

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    • Bruce388 says:

      There’s a correlation between children born to parents who can’t/won’t raise them and the crime rate? Get outta town.

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    • Correlation != causation.

      This also coincided with the elimination of leaded gasoline, and a decline in the numbers of “Prime Crime Aged” boomers, because peak years for criminals being criminals tends to be 20’s-30’s.

      ALL social statistics from 1949 on, even to today, are massively affected by that elephant winding its way through the python.

      And I won’t even get into the haphazard way “crime rate” has been calculated over the decades.

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  4. laura says:

    So here’s to all the future Becky Bell’s and all the complete strangers who’s profit motives led her to all the future back alley abortionists.

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  5. Wesley Sandel says:

    Just to be clear, prior to Roe v Wade thousands of American women died horribly in abortion every year. Since Roe v Wade fewer than a dozen American women die in abortion every year. And the conservatives want to bring back those “good ol’ days.”

    If you are over 70 you probably have an unpleasant story of a friend, family member or acquaintance who died in an abortion. We don’t talk about those kinds of unpleasant things but we definitely need to, especially to those under 70. If you talk to the oldest folks in your family you will undoubtedly find at least one of them who will tell you the “family secrets,” who got an abortion, who died in an abortion, who abandoned a newborn because of the shame and stigma attached to out-of-wedlock pregnancy.

    Of course, the rich have always had ready access to safe, medical abortion. In my own predominately Catholic hometown the daughters of the rich were not infrequently admitted to hospital to get a “D & C.” Just change the name and, voila!, legal!

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