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hiramhankwilliam 95M
3994 posts
5/15/2019 11:53 am
Abortion foes eye Supreme Court showdown in wake of Alabama ban

well , we win. better said the unborn babies win.

this begins a legal process up to the high court.

THERE THE UNBORN WILL BE WINNERS.

the high crt is now conservative and the future looks even better to swing it futher to the right.

see aging crt justices.

since I have banned the supporters of murdering the un born. I trust comments will be kind and gentle.

if , not obvious. that means comment as you wish as long as it remains on the subjest of the blog

Pro-life lawmakers in Alabama lit a national firestorm this week by approving a near-total ban on abortion and imposing harsh penalties on doctors who perform the procedure. But supporters of the legislation do not expect it to take effect without a fight -- and that's by design.
The bill, known as HB3, criminalizes abortion in nearly every scenario, without any exceptions for cases of r*e or , regardless of how far along a woman's pregnancy is. By far the most restrictive abortion bill to emerge at the state level in recent months, it was specifically meant to initiate a legal battle that could end up before the Supreme Court -- where a solid conservative majority has emerged during the Trump administration.

The American people want a fresh debate and a new direction, achieved by consensus and built on love for both mothers and babies. The time is coming for the Supreme Court to let that debate go forward," Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of pro-life organization the Susan B. Anthony List, said in a statement on Wednesday.
The bill's sponsor acknowledges the legislation is aimed at sparking a new Supreme Court review of the landmark Roe v. Wade.

"This bill is about challenging Roe v. Wade and protecting the lives of the unborn because an unborn is a person who deserves love and protection,” GOP state

Rep. Terri Collins, told The Washington Post.

n the meantime, Marshall pointed out, "This bill will not take effect anytime in the near future, and abortion will remain a safe, legal medical procedure at all clinics in Alabama." The bill itself states that it would not go into effect until six months after it is signed into law. The bill also allows for abortion where the mother faces a serious health risk or when the unborn child has a "lethal anomaly" that would cause it to be stillborn, or die soon after birth.

The legislation quickly became a 2020 campaign issue, as Democratic presidential candidates vowed to fight for abortion rights.

Other states have also taken strong stances against abortion. A week before Alabama's bill was passed, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signed a bill that outlaws abortion once a fetal heartbeat is detected in the womb. This can happen as early as six weeks into a woman's pregnancy. That law will take effect in 2020. Currently, Georgia allows abortion until 20 weeks.

This was just one example of more than a dozen such heartbeat bills that have been in the works across the country, with four of them already passing in 2019.


DEATH IS A CERTAIN, ETERNITY IS A CHOICE


hiramhankwilliam 95M
3850 posts
5/15/2019 11:56 am

ROE V WADE IS BREATHING LAST BITS OF OXYGEN

DEATH IS A CERTAIN, ETERNITY IS A CHOICE


kneedtwoplease 63M
1036 posts
5/15/2019 4:06 pm

Kudos Alabama. ROE was a weak argument at best, pushed through by bullies and maintained by the same loudmouths. 'Roe' herself was used, and 'came-out' Pro-Life as time went by. R v W remains a bait and switch, proclaiming what most rational people agree with, verses the 'Mill" that the racket/gold mine (at taxpayer expense) PP is in fact


hiramhankwilliam 95M
3850 posts
5/15/2019 4:09 pm

    Quoting kneedtwoplease:
    Kudos Alabama. ROE was a weak argument at best, pushed through by bullies and maintained by the same loudmouths. 'Roe' herself was used, and 'came-out' Pro-Life as time went by. R v W remains a bait and switch, proclaiming what most rational people agree with, verses the 'Mill" that the racket/gold mine (at taxpayer expense) PP is in fact
update, alabama gov kay ivy signed into law the bill.

this will save the most innocent.

also I am shocked that the only argue ment the murders have is that children grown up in poverty and w/o health care. which is bs

DEATH IS A CERTAIN, ETERNITY IS A CHOICE


kneedtwoplease 63M
1036 posts
5/15/2019 6:56 pm

And so Pat Robertson disagrees? What means this. Bad law or Suck Ass?


hiramhankwilliam 95M
3850 posts
5/15/2019 7:34 pm

    Quoting kneedtwoplease:
    And so Pat Robertson disagrees? What means this. Bad law or Suck Ass?
I am not sure. this surprises me about him. he has spoken for years about abortions. his age may bea factor.

I do know franklin graham is supportive of this bill. he and his dad was pro life

DEATH IS A CERTAIN, ETERNITY IS A CHOICE