Skip to comments.The Two Republicans Who Voted Against The 20-Week Abortion Ban
Posted on 01/29/2018 6:51:32 PM PST by markomalley
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This will continue until they realize people are deliberately aborting female babies as they do in India and similar areas. India has tried (unsuccessfully) to walk back women’s “right to their own bodies” when it became clear exactly which gender was ending up aborted more often - far more often.
In an age where breeding has become less of a priority than in the past, the exact same thing will happen throughout the West; if grandchildren aren’t the goal, who would opt for a female child?
Time to primary both these bitches.
**Republican Sens. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Susan Collins of Maine both voted against the bill, which would have prohibited abortions on unborn babies after 20 weeks, the age at which they can feel pain**
My opinion — these two ladies don’t really care about women or childbirth. I believe they need to be unelected when they are next up for re-election.
As bad as it is having them, they still do count toward the majority party. We’d probably lose their seats. They come from Leftist areas.
In my personal experience, the gentler sex overwhelmingly chooses to allow the killing of unborn children. Men, not so much.
And we let women vote.
Logically, if the reason for banning it is humane, then no exception for rape or incest should be in there. If it’s rape or incest, the woman would still have a good 4 months to decide that’s how she feels about it.
Must be their “Motherly instincts”....
In an age where breeding has become less of a priority than in the past, the exact same thing will happen throughout the West; if grandchildren arent the goal, who would opt for a female child?
The consequences of an only male population is roving groups of adult men like they have in some areas of China now. They are causing all sorts of problems.
I don’t know what you “think I am writing”; I thought it was fairly clear - and the Red China comparison supports my assertion. Red China is determined to sharply reduce its population, and the breeding population has spoken: They want sons.
I understand the long-term consequences of these policies; it doesn’t seem to sway the Red Chinese or Indian billions, so I doubt it will sway Westerners either.
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