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northbankboy68 12:55 Sat Jun 25
US Supreme Court
Fascism and the far right rule in USA

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White Pony 1:54 Tue Jun 28
Re: US Supreme Court
They don’t cabsav, son. They’re just weird cunts who frantically obsess over another country thousands of miles away.

I can’t wait for the threads on political or social developments in South Africa or Pakistan.

northbankboy68 10:14 Mon Jun 27
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Sir Alf,

Can you clarify what counts as the acceptable left?

Intrigued to know.

Cabbage Savage 8:31 Mon Jun 27
Re: US Supreme Court
amayzing so many on WHO lives in US of a

MrTrentReznor 4:29 Mon Jun 27
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master 5:12 Sun Jun 26
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Ireland
Poland

Banned with the same caveats.

Master that is not entirely accurate re Ireland.
In Ireland abortions are permitted up to 12 weeks.
Thereafter abortions are permitted where the pregnancy poses a serious health risk or there is a serious fetal abnormality.
This is relatively new as it was enacted late in 2018.

The proposed 'heartbeat bills' of some US 'red' states would only allow terminations up to 6weeks.
In other red states there are other restrictions.

Hermit Road 4:01 Mon Jun 27
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Sir Alf,

If that's your conclusion regarding America which has much, much more liberal abortion laws than any European country, how much further along the line of the Handmaid's Tale are Germany, France, Sweden and the Netherlands?

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 3:59 Mon Jun 27
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Sir Alf

'but evangelical right will see "one piece at a time" as the way'

I'm pretty sure the fanatical left will see the same opportunities. That means individual states will be reflecting the opinions of their populations. It's almost like it's democracy or something. Curse that fascist Trump!

Sir Alf 3:45 Mon Jun 27
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Seems that series "Handmaidens Tale" was a premonition not simply fictional entertainment?

Gilead is becoming reality. Unfortunately a weakness in their "checks and balances" allows a President to appoint 3 supreme court judges in one term. Usually they struggle to get one appointed. This leads to decisions/laws being prescribed outside of the democratic process.

Canada might start to see an uptick in immigration if this abortion dictate is not repealed. Yes, I realise it really is moving the decision / law / control down to state level but evangelical right will see "one piece at a time" as the way to get back to the good old days of the dark ages ;-)

nychammer 2:07 Mon Jun 27
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Most abortions are done via a pill nowadays. So it will just join the list of other illicit drugs in those states where its banned and be hard to control. Take an E for a good time, take an A to get rid of an unwanted pregnancy.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 1:10 Mon Jun 27
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Incidentally, if you did mean 'freely' in the way you just described, then your post was entirely fucking pointless.

Silly person.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 1:04 Mon Jun 27
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Mike

'Whether or not it is illegal I am still free to commit the act. I doubt if I would be free from then on should I be caught and tried for it, but the act was still freely committed.'

By that definition, you are free to do absolutely anything you want, wherever, whenever and to whomever. Don't be a tool, that's the sort of shit comma and 360 come out with on a bad day.

As for the 'Humpty-Dumpty' thing, Humpty was being satirised as an idiot - but if the cap fits...

goose 11:32 Mon Jun 27
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" the educated types"

hahaha mate your degree isn't worth the paper it's written on.
fucking second rate, former college claiming to be a uni?? nah.

Takashi Miike 11:17 Mon Jun 27
Re: US Supreme Court
here it is, poland's very own missing link

Hammer and Pickle 11:02 Mon Jun 27
Re: US Supreme Court
This game of winding up the educated type by being a thick, recalcitrant div - where has it got you in life Twundle?

Lee Trundle 10:55 Mon Jun 27
Re: US Supreme Court
Isn't Oregon a blue state?

It might explain the RAGE coming from Capitol They.

master 10:49 Mon Jun 27
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RESTRICTIONS ON ABORTION
In Oregon, the following restrictions on abortion were in effect as of June 24, 2022:

Oregon does not have any of the major types of abortion restrictions—such as waiting periods, mandated parental involvement or limitations on publicly funded abortions—often found in other states.

Hermit Road 10:19 Mon Jun 27
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Capitol Man 6:15 Mon Jun 27

You are wrong.

About the term limit in Oregon, maybe you’re right about the rest but who really cares about that.

There are no legal restrictions on abortion in Oregon at all. The exception for later abortions if the mother is at risk are in states where their are time limits.

Happy to provide you with any number of sources, but you could easily google it and find them yourself.

Mike Oxsaw 6:33 Mon Jun 27
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SurfaceAgentX2Zero 10:38 Sun Jun 26

That's very "Pickled", even by your standards.

Whether or not it is illegal I am still free to commit the act. I doubt if I would be free from then on should I be caught and tried for it, but the act was still freely committed.

"Words" said Humpty" "Mean exactly what I choose them to mean."

Capitol Man 6:15 Mon Jun 27
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Hermit Road 12:11 Mon Jun 27
Re: US Supreme Court

You never stop being an I’ll-informed fuckwit do you hermit. Big mouth without the knowledge to back anything up.

Oregon abortions after 24 weeks are only allowed if the life of the mother is at risk or there is a major problem with the baby.

People like you are the heart of this problem - full of opinions but low on knowledge - but you get easily wound up by bullshit.

Manuel 5:50 Mon Jun 27
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Agree with Pony, fucking oddballs, and it's always the same half a dozen posters (oddballs)

Texas Iron 5:22 Mon Jun 27
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SCOTUS…

Is not The People at all…

It’s politically appointed clever lawyers that rule for their sponsors and the party that proposed them…

Basically bought and paid for by the politicians in power when they were put on the court…

Right now 6..3 to Republicans due to dirty tricks by Republican politicians

Texas Iron 5:15 Mon Jun 27
Re: US Supreme Court
that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth” (U.S. President Abraham Lincoln, The Gettysburg Address, November 19, 1863)

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