Clay Bennett for August 07, 2022

  1. Tf 117
    RAGs  4 months ago

    Most republicans don’t want abortion legal for any reason, even if the pregnancy seriously endangers the life of woman and foetus.

     •  Reply
  2. Triumph
    Daeder  4 months ago

    Keep everyone’s basic human rights!

     •  Reply
  3. Gt r at vmi jdp
    salakfarm Premium Member 4 months ago

    Don’t forget Ukraine, the sunflower country.

     •  Reply
  4. Wtp
    superposition  4 months ago

    The public, as opposed to politically engineered legislatures, prefer keeping human rights, it seems.

     •  Reply
  5. Missing large
    Brockie  4 months ago

    I imagine our state legislature here in Kansas regrets letting the people actually have a vote as the GOP knows what is truly best for us, the people of Indiana, majority is Pro Choice, were not given that option. Ya know how the GOP told us the Muslims and the Commies were coming to take away our democracy and all the while….it was just them. Surprise.

     •  Reply
  6. Pat new 150
    Patjade Premium Member 4 months ago

    Meanwhile, in Indiana, they poisoned that flower and salted the earth.

     •  Reply
  7. 2019063095133708
    rs0204 Premium Member 4 months ago

    Missouri’s legislature will never let the general population have a vote on keeping abortion legal in the state. This is because they know that the majority isn’t on their side. Authoritarianism is already here in many states.

     •  Reply
  8. Hot beverage 2615
    More Coffee Please!  4 months ago

    And move as far away from Indiana as it’s possible to get!

     •  Reply
  9. Dfad5cc9 4de3 4b25 a7f8 b843674cff9a
    Zebrastripes  4 months ago

    This issue will be on many states ballots, including mine! With the demented GOP in Ohio, including Vance and the acid mouth, Jim Jordan, I’m sure there will be a kerfuffle…..

     •  Reply
  10. Beethoven 600x600jpg  1
    For a Just and Peaceful World  4 months ago

    Tracking the States Where Abortion Is Now Banned

    Updated Aug. 6, 2022

    https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2022/us/abortion-laws-roe-v-wade.html

     •  Reply
  11. Missing large
    Display  4 months ago

    And before the Türd Reich pseudo-christian Nazis try to winge, this is not – and never has been – about just abortions. What is has always been about is the right to let women have control over their own bodies – a right even corpses are more entitled to have. It has always been about pro-choice, the right for each woman to decide for herself, by herself, and to be free from being coerced by any one, pro or against doing what she wants to do with her own body!

    Believe in whatever God y’all choose. You have that right. Y’all do not and I repeat, you do NOT, have the right to force your religion, any religion onto others.

    This nation was never, ever meant to be a theocracy. The “christian” “conservatives” (and yet again I’ll remind y’all that they are neither one of those things, and never have been) are just trying to force their views onto each and every part of everyone else’s lives. Y’all would go batshite crazy if the Taliban tried that here in the USofA.

    Name one thing that makes them any different. Go ahead and try. And we’ll rip y’all to shreds showing how Y’all Qaeda and Howdy Arabia are exactly, 100% the same to those that y’all went to war over. 100% exactly the same.

    https://imgur.com/GyWBp9l

     •  Reply
  12. Can flag
    Alberta Oil Premium Member 4 months ago

    Let’s hope the momentum stays and the republicans are duly rewarded come election time.

     •  Reply
  13. 59de20a6 4b17 4d15 bd03 c10434239ee7
    akachman Premium Member 4 months ago

    Women are first class citizens, not breeding stock.

     •  Reply
  14. Missing large
    piper_gilbert  4 months ago

    Kansas has Republicans recalibrating.

     •  Reply
  15. 7a3d35b05103496eecec311170ba260d
    Pickled Pete  4 months ago

    It seems most people in most states don’t like laws outlawing abortion, yet they put people who make such restrictive laws back in power… It’s a lot like saying ‘I don’t like what he stands for, so I guess I’ll vote for him’…

     •  Reply
  16. Saurichia
    Saurischia Premium Member 4 months ago

    Let’s see if the Kansas voters’ decision sticks.

     •  Reply
  17. Book and tea
    Encyclopedic Avenger Premium Member 4 months ago

    On a different topic, I gave this comic a like because it was about Kansas, yet did not reference the Wizard of Oz in any way. Thank you for being both relevant and different from the other editorialists, Clay.

     •  Reply
  18. Image
    MuddyUSA  Premium Member 4 months ago

    The SCOTUS did their job…let the people of the country speak!

     •  Reply
  19. Avt freyjaw autumn48
    FreyjaRN Premium Member 4 months ago

    Nicely done, sir.

     •  Reply
  20. Missing large
    CW Stevenson Premium Member 4 months ago

    Too many people think they know how others should live their lives!

     •  Reply
  21. Tumblr mbbz3vrusj1qdlmheo1 250
    Night-Gaunt49[Bozo is Boffo]  4 months ago

    To protect our body, we need to end laws that stop us from using our bodies our way. Antidrug and sex laws do that. We will never be free unless those are wiped away.

     •  Reply
  22. Missing large
    Display  4 months ago

    OopsiepoopeditsfrillyMaddieCawthornedrawers the crackhead still has its handlers only letting it use those rubber stamps. Those crayons might be used to hurt itself. Pogues will be pogues.

     •  Reply
  23. 1968 avatar 1
    pamela welch Premium Member 4 months ago

    I think the voters recognized that this was about keeping a say/choice in women’s reproductive rights; and I thank them.

     •  Reply
  24. Beethoven 600x600jpg  1
    For a Just and Peaceful World  4 months ago

    Toiletgate.

    Report confirms Trump habit that was bad for plumbing and his presidency

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oq1LQEgy-m4

     •  Reply
Sign in to comment

More From Clay Bennett