Skip to comments.Democrat tries to put new twist on Texas abortion bill
Posted on 08/03/2013 1:05:17 PM PDT by Mrs. Don-oEdited on 08/03/2013 1:40:52 PM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
AUSTIN, Texas -- When he filed an abortion-related bill with only one day remaining in the recently completed second special session, Texas state Sen. Eddie Lucio Jr. was hoping to make a statement, not change the law - at least not right away.
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It would seem to me that the womens rights groups,
and all feminists would want a woman to be acquainted
with ALL her options when pregnant. No?
Really aggravated me that the Texas Federation of Republican Women did not come out in support of the bill but all you could hear were crickets chirping. Large women’s group that could exert an enormous amount of pressure if their current President wasn’t a far left Republican from Austin! We’ll see what their new President does in the future on such issues.
It is what we have to do EVERYWHERE.
Replace, displace, retrace.
I am convinced that if the republican party does
not heed our instructions, we will do it to them too.