Remind that bot that, under the law the anti-abortion crowd wants, she'd be sent to prison for that miscarriage.I absolutely hate the fucking bonkers takes that conservatives are pulling out right now to try to slander pro-choice:
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This is a strawman. Plain and simple. Maybe there's some idiot out there who actually believes that women who miscarry are delusional, but that's NOT the stance of the majority of pro-choice people, and it is NOT the logical conclusion of believing that an embryo is not a fully fledged human being with all rights and privileges thereof. Embryos don't have to have legal rights for a miscarriage to be an emotional event. You can grieve the lost of a potential future without denying the rights of other women to control their own lives.
I have no idea if this is a fake account spreading propaganda, or a real person who is severely lacking in logical reasoning skills, or someone who is just caught up in grief and is not thinking about the consequences of her words. Whatever the case, I really hate that there are going to be people who get sucked in by emotional arguments like this, and think we have to define a fertilized egg as a human being, just because some pregnancies are wanted.
What a stupid question. Obviously the answer is “no, unless he’s not white. And then yes, definitely.”If a women is guilty of murder for miscarrying, is the man guilty of manslaughter.
Really? You can't see a giant pharmaceutical company getting sole supplier rights to the American Incarceration Industry?Well that's where ya lost me.
"Mental health services" is code for "reeducation camp", which is code for "abusive prison for political opponents"Well that's where ya lost me.
The woman will be charged with resisting arrest by throwing her baby at him in an attempt to get away. You know, like a quokka.Soon the only legal way to have an abortion will be when a cop beats a woman and causes her to lose it cause you know they aren't getting charged with murder under these rules in that case.
Since we're throwing Separation of Church & State out the window, then it's time for churches to pay taxes. If they actually do charitable work rather than just fleecing elderly people out of money to pay for private jets, they can file for 501(3)(c) status and be treated like any other tax-exempt charitable organization (and be held accountable to the rules).Supreme Court rules that it's perfectly fine to give public money to private (i.e., religious) schools.
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I guarantee this Supreme Court would support taxing synagogues, temples, and mosques while continuing to give Christian churches a pass.Since we're throwing Separation of Church & State out the window, then it's time for churches to pay taxes. If they actually do charitable work rather than just fleecing elderly people out of money to pay for private jets, they can file for 501(3)(c) status and be treated like any other tax-exempt charitable organization (and be held accountable to the rules).