Yes; I did, Thank you.
How clever!; Our Party "might" pass a bill prohibiting partial-birth infantacide, "pretty soon", and "if" they do, the President will "probably" sign it.
This way they placate their "Conservative" Base with a theatrical show of good intentions, while at the same time avoiding the ire and certain revenge of the socialist power mongers among them, including (alas!) a few bearing the "R" stamp next to their State of Representation.
We have a couple of those from my Home State who, it seems, have never seen an abortion they didn't like.
The Left seems pretty confident that no such Bill will, in fact, ever see the light of day outide of the halls of Congress.
And in the unlikely event that it might, can we rely on the Chief Executive's "pledge" to sign it into Law any more than his previous "pledge" to offer Working-Class American Parents and Students some other affordable educational alternatives to Government-monopoly mandated socialist/Heathen/New Age indoctrination Centers, AKA "Public Schools"?
Whatever became of that "pledge", anyway?
Have you checked the Clinton Memorial Ashtray?
And in the unlikely event that such a "Law" got past the President's desk (and I doubt that he'll really like it nearly as much as he did the McCain/Feingold Campaign finance Deform Bill) The Tyranical and untouchable Federal Judiciary, as another contributor has so aptly pointed out, will see to it that it is null and void in no time at all.
"Dead On Arrival", as Sen. Daschole used to crow in triumph so very often in response to Republican initiatives.
Sort of like millions of innocent American infants lately...
The Republicans DID pass a PBA ban in both the House and the Senate. The House's version left enough gray area that it will take a matter of weeks until the baby butchers find a "legal" method of killing babies just seconds before the children are completely born. The Senate's version included a reaffirmation of how great Roe v. Wade is.
Oh, but don't let any actual Republicans know of that betrayal. We're all supposed to go on being fat, dumb, and happy and cheerleading anything and everything with an (R) after its name.