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Roe v. Wade intended consequence

maj 2022-06-27 23:29:12 

Will liberals move out of conservative states?

Was this an intended effect of the decision?

Turn purple states red, population shift.

ray 2022-06-28 00:50:22 

In reply to maj
you assuming only liberals get abortions

maj 2022-06-28 00:56:44 

In reply to ray

Who are more outraged about this decision?

My previous question still stands.

Brerzerk 2022-06-28 05:17:36 

The silent minority, one out of four American women get at least one abortion. 30 percent of and women oppose abortions but thanks to most of the pro-life men they have won the battle. Many of their wives have quietly gotten some of those abortions. Their outrage is hidden.

maj 2022-06-28 07:01:18 

In reply to Brerzerk

As of 2018..I'm sure the numbers are higher now.

Women have been more likely than men to identify as Democrats for decades, but today, 56 percent of women consider themselves Democrats or lean Democratic. The same is only true for 44 percent of men.

But answer the question..will it cause a population shift out of conservative states by Liberals? I mean who wants to live in a Nazi state?

bdaTryangle 2022-06-28 13:15:50 

In reply to maj

An interesting outlook. Mind you, if that migration happens, then that might have a knock-on effect on the Electoral College votes. Colorado moves from 9 to 11, Missouri moves from 10 to 8, for example.

SnoopDog 2022-06-28 13:29:00 

In reply to maj the vaj

Actually ya dumbfcuk the intended consequence just might be that more liberals turn out to vote in the mid-terms in swing states.

No one gives a flying fcuk about red neck states and the dumbasses who live there.

black 2022-06-28 13:29:42 

In reply to maj

This is not about abortion, it's about the right to choose. If the justices were following the will of the American people, they would not have arrived at this decision.

black 2022-06-28 13:30:22 

In reply to ray


Ayenmol 2022-06-28 13:40:29 

In reply to black

You think it is the job of a judicial body to follow the 'will' of the people?


black 2022-06-28 13:47:48 

In reply to Ayenmol

There are exceptions, such as human rights, discrimination, etc...but yes, that should be a consideration

Ayenmol 2022-06-28 13:49:18 

In reply to black

Ok actually doubling really... lol.

Carry on.

maj 2022-06-28 13:59:49 

In reply to bdaTryangle

I don't believe the shift would be that dramatic.

But people are fleeing states like NY and CA for Tx and FL. If anything it might be net zero effect.

maj 2022-06-28 14:00:49 

In reply to SnoopDog

Dude you need a life so much hate in you. You must go thru boxes of Nutrament.

black 2022-06-28 14:01:01 

In reply to Ayenmol

Guy, I get it, sometimes they have to act outside of popular opinion but to say that majority opinion does not matter, is foolishness

maj 2022-06-28 14:03:42 

In reply to black

Yes its about the right to choose and yes its abortion.

Their job is to interpret the Constitution

black 2022-06-28 14:14:26 

In reply to Ayenmol

This is not Russia. In many cases, Judges make unpopular decisions to give minorities the rights that the majority, enjoys.

SnoopDog 2022-06-28 14:24:47 

In reply to maj the vaj

Their job is to interpret the Constitution

That's right dumbass. Their job isn't to take away a constitutional right like they repeatedly state when it comes to guns.

maj 2022-06-28 14:29:08 

In reply to SnoopDog

Well moron, the 2nd amendment is explicitly stated in the Constitution.

Really the right to have aboetions have taken away. Because thousands of abortions are happening right now in America seems to me the right is still there.

SnoopDog 2022-06-28 14:31:56 

In reply to maj the vaj

What do you think the 14th amendment is, stupid.

black 2022-06-28 14:32:51 

In reply to maj

Because thousands of abortions are happening right now in America seems to me the right is still there

That right should be applied equally.

SnoopDog 2022-06-28 14:34:10 

In reply to maj the vaj

Because thousands of abortions are happening right now in America seems to me the right is still there.

Your level of abject stupidity knows no bottom.

Abortions might be happening Doofus, but it's no longer a constitutionally protected right thanks to your degenerate Republican hacks for judges.

maj 2022-06-28 14:56:43 

In reply to SnoopDog

The right to have an abortion was never a constitutional right. The late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, whom I admired, said this herself, and Roe v. Wade was decided on the wrong premise.

Ginsburg’s Roe commentary gave some on the left pause during her 1993 confirmation hearings. She was nominated two decades after Roe and one year after it was affirmed in Planned Parenthood v. Casey. And some worried she would be insufficiently supportive of that precedent.

SnoopDog 2022-06-28 15:06:54 

In reply to maj the vaj

Listen Dumbass. You can cherry pick quotes and opinions all you want but the fact is that Roe v Wade insured that abortion was a constitutionally protected right under the 14th amendment and that constitutional right was taken away.

Brerzerk 2022-06-28 18:39:24 

In reply to maj
Rethink what you wrote, and answer this. Thousands of murders are happening does that mean the 'right' to murder exist?

maj 2022-06-29 00:18:53 

In reply to Brerzerk

The Constitution gives rights to its citizens and restricts government from denying those rights.

Congress and States have the authority to create laws. Let them do such for abortion.

Everyone can agree murder is wrong, not everyone agrees abortion is not murder.

velo 2022-06-29 01:33:21 

it's going to be interesting what happens when a woman gets a abortion in a state where it is legal but lives in a state where it is not will she be arrested when she goes back home if the authorities find out

maj 2022-06-29 04:22:02 

In reply to velo

What about the companies that fund them?

nickoutr 2022-06-29 15:00:08 

it is hard to believe that people riot and threaten SCOTUS judegs just to commit infanticide

maj 2022-06-29 15:03:00 

In reply to nickoutr

Per Dems, infanticide is healthcare and great for the economy