Jeff Danziger for August 30, 2022

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    robnvon Premium Member 5 months ago

    Darn it! They got out!

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    braindead Premium Member 5 months ago

    There is a collective scrubbing of any mention of abortion from all websites of Republican candidates.

    It is a vivid demonstration of their LIEs and their cowardice.

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    knutdl  5 months ago

    “Stop, look and listen baby that’s my philosophy” (The king)

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    basilisk Premium Member 5 months ago

    And this is why they will never, EVER let the People vote on it again

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    FrankErnesto  5 months ago

    Who, me? No, no, that was the Supreme Court, not me. I’m a Republican, we are against government interference. /S

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    William Bednar Premium Member 5 months ago

    As children, didn’t we all run away after breaking a window with a rock? Tells you a lot about the GOP, doesn’t it?

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    WickWire64  5 months ago

    They can get a lift down the road. There’s a couple of ladies there in a Thunderbird and they will be happy to take them where they’re going. Say hello to Thelma and Loiuse boys. They’ve just been waiting for guys like you.

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    Direwolf  5 months ago

    They CAN’T run from it. They have to keep pushing it or they lose the Christian Reich that are so thrilled they finally got to take control of women’s body’s. They lose them and their votes and they lose every election for the next 10 years.

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    mourdac Premium Member 5 months ago

    The Repubs have climbed on the tiger’s back but don’t know what to do now.

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    rossevrymn Premium Member 5 months ago

    Hey, ultra ammosexual, wake up from this………………………………………………………..teeeeeeeee heeeeeeeeeee.

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    More Coffee Please!  5 months ago

    Good luck with that, a$$holes.

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    The Nodding Head  5 months ago

    “Watch what you wish for” was never more applicable

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    Sgt. Snorkle Premium Member 5 months ago

    Oh! If we only had a brain!

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    Radish the old word monger Premium Member 5 months ago

    They lost 167 million votes from women.

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    johnhbaggett  5 months ago

    I admire the Supreme Court for sending the Baby Killing Act aka Roe v. Wade back to the states so each state can decide for themselves if they want to kill babies and butcher babies or not. The Republicans did not make this decision the Supreme Court did but I am proud of the Republican Party for their Pro-Life stance and I’m proud of President Trump for appointing Justices, Gorsuch, Kavanaugh and Barrett to the Supreme Court that made all this possible. By the way Jeff Danziger is sure glad his Mother was Pro-Life you can bet on that.

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    librarylady59  5 months ago

    I do hope women won’t believe these men who claim they won’t mess with women’s rights. “That is the curse of lying. Once you place that crown of the liar upon your head, you can take it off again, but it leaves a stain for all time.” – Terry Goodkind

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    piper_gilbert  5 months ago

    GOP candidates are scrubbing their websites of their views on a woman’s right to choose.

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    MC4802 Premium Member 5 months ago

    Please Lord, make it so, let the wrath of women wash over the remains of the GQP.

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    superposition  5 months ago

    Guess we’ll find out if most voters think we’re a pseudo-christian theocracy in the midterms.

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    Dani Rice  5 months ago

    What really worries me about some of these abortion bans is that they also question miscarriages. Our middle daughter lost so many pregnancies that she couldn’t keep count. She mentioned that after she got married her period became very irregular. Putting on a ring doesn’t change your cycle; she was dropping the basket constantly. Several limes she got far enough along to actually announce it, and then lose the baby anyway. Poor child would have spent her life in the Texas Principal’s Office.

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    casonia2  5 months ago

    Please excuse the repost, but here’s the GOP’s “platform.” They won’t write it down, because voters might read it, so I did it for them.

    Despite being in the minority, members of the SCOTUS, “Conservatives,” RWNJs, and white supremacists are attempting to drag this country back to their imaginary Jeffersonian agrarian idyl. The 1790 census (when Jefferson was Secretary of State), counted 5.3M Americans. Only white males owning 50 acres or more of land were permitted to vote, approximately 6% of the population. Free white men who did not own land, free white females, and slaves could not vote.

    In 1790 the American population was largely rural, making a living by farming. Our most recent census counted 332,403,650 Americans. Current estimates are that 83% of Americans live in urban areas. They do not work at farming.

    In pursuit of “small government,” the following are conservatives’ goals for their Jeffersonian America:1. No women’s rights. 2. No civil rights for people of color, or for any other minority groups. 3. No immigration, other than Caucasians. 4. No labor unions. 5. No health insurance. 6. No legal recourse due to Republican-packed courts. 7. No social security. 8. No disability insurance. 9. No minimum wage. 10. No free and fair elections (ultimately, no elections). 11. Imposed state religion; government funding of religious schools. 12. Unregulated militias unchecked by Republican-packed courts. 13. No work on mitigating climate change; no environmental protections. 14. No free press. Continued…

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    casonia2  5 months ago

    Repost Comtinued…

    GOP politicians don’t care about the environment or mitigating climate change because they intend to stay permanently in office and use their money and power to take over remaining livable locations as environmental conditions worsen. Republican leaders don’t care if America dies as long as they can feed off the carcass for their lifetimes. How many Americans would have to die or be virtually enslaved in jobs with less than living wages for this “platform” to work? Why do you people who support today’s GOP, Trump, and Trump wannabes think that you will come out winners under this regime?

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    Lola85 Premium Member 5 months ago

    They can’t run fast enough or far enough.

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    Free Radical  5 months ago

    But what will white american nationalist jesus think of the party now?

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    cmxx  5 months ago

    Here’s a non-paywall story about the surge in women registering to vote.

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    nyg16  5 months ago

    problem is voters are not as dumb as you think

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    GiantShetlandPony  5 months ago

    Apparently, Moscow Mitch didn’t think his religious radicalized crazy idiotic Supreme Court picks would actually overturn Roe vs Wade, or at least not until they had more control over how votes are counted and accepted.

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    Olddog04  5 months ago

    I hope every eligible woman voter votes against them this time.

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member 5 months ago

    Scrub those campaign web sites! (as if we won’t remember)

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member 5 months ago

    Here’s an example of how Maga Republicans really don’t care how heinous a crime their candidate committed. Andrew Wilhoite won his primary nomination while sitting in jail for bludgeoning his cancer-stricken wife to death and throwing her body off a bridge. Obviously, Magas really don’t care what murderer, traitor, liar, or criminal they elect, just as long as he “Sticks it to the libs”.

    Roe was based on the implicit right of Privacy, which means nothing to Magas and their RWNJ SCOTUS. There will be more “implicit rights” stripped away, at least in the slave states. For example, TX and LA drafted laws prohibiting pregnant women from leaving the state. There are many authoritarian laws to be resurrected and blessedt by this court.

    Alito cites and quotes Sir Matthew Hale, an infamous 17th-century English misogynist whose writings caused enduring misery to women for centuries, and has long been discredited. Until now! The marital rape exemption — the legal notion that a married woman cannot be raped by her husband — traces to Hale. So does a long-used instruction to jurors to disregard reports of rape. So laws against marital rape is another “implicit right” that could be overturned.

    Alito invokes “eminent common-law authorities,” including Hale, to show how abortion was viewed historically not as a right, but as a criminal act. Courts have long leaned on precedents established by old cases and the scholarship of legal authorities from centuries gone by. But what happens when you trace citations back to an ancient source? In both Alito and Hale’s cases, you find a man conceiving precepts out of thin air while clinging to notions that were already anachronistic in the last half of the 17th century.

    They really are the Special Legislative Branch of the Maga Party.

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    tee929  5 months ago

    I wonder how many “conservatives christians” got cut off from their mistresses for their stance on Roe V. Wade?

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    FreyjaRN Premium Member 5 months ago

    Abort the QOP.

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