Clay Jones for August 05, 2022

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    Daeder  6 months ago

    The SCOTUS could change that by representing the majority of Americans, which is what the US government is supposed to do.

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    Concretionist  6 months ago

    I think this is not a liberal/conservative issue. A significant majority of ALL USAians think that abortion should be readily available, but with some restrictions. Even folks who call themselves Catholic. I’m still mightily peeved at SCROTUS* for making Kansans work that hard, spend that much time and money just to get back some of what they had. But yes. It’s very good that they did.

    ‍*‍ exStreme Catholic Republicans Of The United States

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    Cpeckbourlioux  6 months ago

    Aw, have a heart!

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    akachman Premium Member 6 months ago

    Is more normal.

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    FrankErnesto  6 months ago

    The right wing Kansas Legislature will shove that vote under the rug and ignore it. Watch.

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 6 months ago

    Cue the Reich-Wingnuts whining that “It’s All About State’s Rights” in 3…2…1…

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    Stephen Runnels Premium Member 6 months ago

    The christian Taliban has always demonstrated their ignorance of Biology and immoral indifference to babies, children, and the general welfare. Conservative women are finally realizing what Liberal women have always known; Offering yourselves up to the dictates of religion is a very, very bad decision.

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    superposition  6 months ago

    And the process of correcting a biased corrupt Supreme Court — that in no way reflects the public’s views — is seriously deficient in our so-called democratic republic, isn’t it?

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    NRHAWK Premium Member 6 months ago

    Considering how few of us “lefties” there are in Kansas, the far "righties had to be in shock as to the numbers of their own party crossed over to help us win this. But alas, they get paid far too much to change their stance on these issues. They will always pick special interests over the people. This is why we need to continue to turn out the vote and replace as many Repugs as possible in all levels of government.

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    Steverino Premium Member 6 months ago

    I wonder when SCOTUS will formalize the position of Grand Inquisitor?

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    piper_gilbert  6 months ago

    The Supreme Court sent Roe back to the states for them to decide. Kansas decided. The people have spoken.

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    Zebrastripes  6 months ago

    SC bought and paid for by the national group of A-Holes…otherwise known as the GOP…the backward party with no brains…

    Must be a cowardly Lion to apply….

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    MC4802 Premium Member 6 months ago

    “appointment of Amy Coney Barrett increased this majority to six Catholic members of the Court, or seven if Gorsuch is classified as a Catholic.”

    The Federalist Society has been identifying, grooming (that word) and promoting a certain type of federal judge and then with the help of Mitch McConnell (senate manipulator maximalist) they have developed a court that looks how THEY wanted.,and_non-ProtestantCourt

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    artegal  6 months ago

    Fun fact: 100% of the people who support abortion weren’t aborted.

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    codak  6 months ago

    the supreme court should interpret the constitution. I think it was Jefferson & franklin who thought the constitution should have a relook by the people every 20 years or so.

    the articles of confederation had a random aspect to choosing judges, we should maybe do something similar.

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    preacherman  6 months ago

    We have to keep in mind that the vote did protect a woman’s right to an abortion but only up to the 22nd week, with is the original Kansas law. This is, though, still far better than many states seeking to ban abortion.

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    rlaker22j  6 months ago

    the Constitution didn’t say you had a right to an abortion according to the supreme Court ,it also didn’t say you didn’t have a right to an abortion

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    IndyW  6 months ago

    As a Kansan, I like this toon. Much argument was not so much about the abortion right, but the safety of the mother, harm done at late term, and in the cleanliness facilities in getting one. Abortion, unfortunately is a necessary service, but common sense needs to be in play to make it safe and fair for all concerned. I knew we’d be keeping it.

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    Perkycat  6 months ago

    And then some have to take it a step further…..into Oz land.

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    Godfreydaniel  6 months ago

    When Traitor Trump ran for president the first time, it was as a pro-choice Democrat. When he decided to run as a Republican, he was originally likely to run pro-choice, since of course his stance had actually been known for decades. (Just as it was known that he wanted Marla Maples to get an abortion, but she refused.) Then the criminal (and traitor) Steve Bannon convinced Li’l Donnie to pretend to be pro-life. Just another way to con the suckers.

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    charliekane  6 months ago

    Mebbe Sammy A. got what he was wishin’ fer . . .

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    wildthing  6 months ago

    Wasn’t it toto who pulled back the wizard’s curtain revealing the carnival conman?

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    Nantucket Premium Member 6 months ago


    “pro-choice is not pro-abortion.

    The fact is, abortion should remain legal, even if you hate it"

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