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Friday, July 01, 2022

Several national antiabortion groups and their allies in Republican-led state legislatures are advancing plans to stop people in states where abortion is banned from seeking the procedure elsewhere, according to people involved in the discussions.

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This is exactly like the Nazis chasing down Jews during World War II. Couldn't let any escape.

#1 | Posted by Zed at 2022-07-01 08:41 AM | Reply

Conservative America has no Right To Privacy or Right to Free Association... soon elections won't matter.

The hoods are really off now.

#2 | Posted by snoofy at 2022-07-01 08:56 AM | Reply

They will only really stop when every believes the same dumb religion. This will never happen but they will try anyways (if we let them).

#3 | Posted by Brennnn at 2022-07-01 04:57 PM | Reply

Will 18yr olds be arrested for crossing state lines to have a 3.2% beer?

Or will Judge Keg see that as a bridge too far?

#4 | Posted by Danforth at 2022-07-01 05:34 PM | Reply

Kavanaugh has already said that state bans on residents traveling to other states for activities that are illegal in their home state but not the other state wouldn't pass constitutional muster. I can't see Roberts supporting that either.

#5 | Posted by sentinel at 2022-07-01 05:53 PM | Reply

We need walls around every states!!

Hope everyone is enjoying watching the collapse of the United States of America.

#6 | Posted by ClownShack at 2022-07-01 05:53 PM | Reply

Kavanaugh has already said that

The lying rapist says a lot of things.

#7 | Posted by ClownShack at 2022-07-01 05:54 PM | Reply

Antiabortion Lawmakers want to Block Patients from Crossing State Lines

Well, of course they do. What kind of person would let someone take a child over state lines for the express purpose of murdering it.

This is the America we voted, or abstained from voting, for. Best get used to the theocracy folks, SCOTUS is just getting started.

#8 | Posted by censored at 2022-07-01 05:57 PM | Reply | Funny: 1

" Kavanaugh has already said that state bans on residents traveling to other states for activities that are illegal in their home state but not the other state wouldn't pass constitutional muster."

Kavanaugh also said Roe was settled law ... before signing on to it was "egregiously wrong" from the start. I wonder if he'll ever take us through his personal epiphany in the interim?

#9 | Posted by Danforth at 2022-07-01 06:17 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

It's like they want women and girls to become prisoners/slaves/hostages to the state in which they live:

New abortion ban bill introduced in SC Senate would prohibit anyone from telling a pregnant woman that she could go to another state for an abortion, prohibit anyone from driving her there, and prohibits a website from providing info about abortion.
twitter.com

South Carolina introduces new bill to fully outlaw abortions, allow civil penalties

A new bill that would surpass the Fetal Heartbeat Act by banning abortions in South Carolina was introduced in the Senate Tuesday.

The introduced text doesn't provide exemptions from criminal penalties in cases of ------ or rape.

It would be unlawful to aid, abet or conspire with someone to have an abortion.

This comes days after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, which gave control back to the individual states.

The bill said it would be illegal to take a pregnant minor who lives in South Carolina to another state to have an abortion.

The bill also puts restrictions on communicating about or providing information on abortions.

Someone could be criminally prosecuted by the state if they violate the proposed law.

Physicians who break these rules could have their licenses taken away and also face criminal and civil penalties.

Civil actions, including wrongful death claims, could also be made in the court system.


www.yahoo.com

#10 | Posted by Gal_Tuesday at 2022-07-01 10:49 PM | Reply

Naw, see you can't collect the Bounty on Pregnant Women so easy if they cross state lines!

And how do you expect these redneck yahoos to buy NRA-marketed guns if they get Bounty money?

These are all logical things.

#11 | Posted by Corky at 2022-07-01 10:53 PM | Reply

There will a new underground railroad in America in 2022 to help women and girls seeking abortions if these laws go through and are upheld.

#12 | Posted by Gal_Tuesday at 2022-07-01 10:54 PM | Reply

#12 There will be a new Gestapo too.

#13 | Posted by snoofy at 2022-07-01 10:55 PM | Reply

#12

Yep.

Women are the new Blacks.

But hey, white men still have all their rights, so it's all good.

#14 | Posted by Corky at 2022-07-01 10:59 PM | Reply

#13 Abortion bounty hunters too.

#15 | Posted by Gal_Tuesday at 2022-07-01 10:59 PM | Reply

So, what happens if, say, you go to SC for an extended vacation and get pregnant? Are you not allowed to go home? What about someone who is pregnant and doesn't know it and goes to SC and discovers they are pregnant? Are they no allowed to leave the state? What about people with a home in a ----------- state and a home in SC?

So many questions!

#16 | Posted by truthhurts at 2022-07-01 11:01 PM | Reply

There will be a new Gestapo too.

Ja, Kamrade.

Ordnung muss sein.

#17 | Posted by Mao_Content at 2022-07-01 11:02 PM | Reply

- if they can't get

all these years and I still leave out whole words.

#18 | Posted by Corky at 2022-07-01 11:02 PM | Reply

oh and Republicans are scum.

I honestly believed that this decision is a huge step towards civil war, which will manifest as massive civil disorder. At some point liberals and dems will have to take a stand. Then we will see how sincere these psychotic conservatives truly are.

#19 | Posted by truthhurts at 2022-07-01 11:03 PM | Reply

And a 10 year old rape victim has to travel in fear to another state to get an abortion.

What a ------- country we live in

#20 | Posted by truthhurts at 2022-07-01 11:04 PM | Reply

The Founding Fathers must be rolling over in their graves. Not to mention the Founding Mothers.

Abortion was legal for them up until the "quickening" which was when there was kicking... which is around 18-20 weeks. Ane And there were abortion recipes in newspapers.

Today 93 percent of abortions are within 13 weeks, as states are mostly looking at 15 weeks. Because women are for the most part very responsible. They are trusted to raise children, but they need the State to tell them whether they can end their own pregnancy.

It's another myth made into a problem by moneyed interests in order to keep right and left from seeing they are both being screwed from behind.

#21 | Posted by Corky at 2022-07-01 11:09 PM | Reply

If you had a time machine and went back to the founding fathers and asked them about the Dobbs decision, their response would be:
"THERE ARE CATHOLICS ON THE SUPREME COURT!!!"

#22 | Posted by truthhurts at 2022-07-01 11:12 PM | Reply

Do it red states, and guarantee that no major corporation will move to the United States of Gilead because they could not get top-quality employees willing to move from blue states to fascist states. There will be a departure of educated women of childbearing years or with daughters to the blue states. Why do you think the GQP was so hot to jump on a national abortion ban policy, because they know the red states are going to drive away the educated, society's producers, further cementing the fascist states as the takers of our republic.

#23 | Posted by _Gunslinger_ at 2022-07-01 11:13 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

Use your pocketbook-do not buy or support any business in -------- states
Do not travel to or through -------- states
Do not vacation in -------- states

#24 | Posted by truthhurts at 2022-07-01 11:13 PM | Reply

This reminds of COVID.

Repubilcans still don't seem to realize that Republican leadership on abortion is guaranteed to cause a disaster.

#25 | Posted by snoofy at 2022-07-01 11:16 PM | Reply

Good luck trying to stop adults from crossing state lines at will.

You can't stop them from going to NJ for gambling, NV for hookers, or UT for an STD.

#26 | Posted by Tor at 2022-07-01 11:30 PM | Reply

They gonna put up border patrol stops like AZ and CA? Currently, they looking for brown people in the cars. Now they gonna check for pregnant women?

JFC this is dystopia ----

#27 | Posted by rstybeach11 at 2022-07-01 11:35 PM | Reply

Women are the new Blacks.

Does that make black women twice as black?

#28 | Posted by ClownShack at 2022-07-01 11:40 PM | Reply

Or maybe they are planning to prosecute people after the fact? Someone finds out that Mary had an abortion in NY and that her mother/sister/bff/boyfriend drove her there, reports that to the authorities and the next day the mother/sister/bff/boyfriend gets a visit from the police. And in some states like TX the tattletale might even get a reward, a bounty.

#29 | Posted by Gal_Tuesday at 2022-07-01 11:41 PM | Reply

"They gonna put up border patrol stops like AZ and CA?"

And to think some people accuse California of being a sanctuary state.

#30 | Posted by Tor at 2022-07-01 11:53 PM | Reply

Look, my wife wants to know ONE thing:

If we get frisky in the morning, can she commute in the HOV lane?

#31 | Posted by Danforth at 2022-07-02 12:11 AM | Reply

#31

In TX if you spill it on the ground, you are just as guilty as she. You just killed a baby!

No, wait. Macho Texans, AR15s, and ------------ were made for each other, so that'll never see the law books.

#32 | Posted by Corky at 2022-07-02 12:40 AM | Reply

Beware Big Brother might be watching:

Period-tracking apps may help prosecute users, advocates fear

"If you are using an online period tracker or tracking your cycles through your phone, get off it and delete your data. Now," tweeted lawyer Elizabeth McLaughlin, founder of the female empowerment non-profit Gaia Project for Women's Leadership.

Abortion-rights advocates are ringing alarm bells not just about the use of menstruation-tracking apps, but the potentially incriminating digital trail of geo-location data, online transactions and web-search histories.

"It's not just that we're going back to a time before Roe v. Wade," Leah Fowler, professor of health law and policy at the University of Houston, told ABC News' "Start Here" podcast. "We're doing it with the surveillance apparatus in place that we couldn't have imagined even then," she said.


www.msn.com

#33 | Posted by Gal_Tuesday at 2022-07-02 12:47 AM | Reply

#31
While frisky? No.
Post-frisky? Good to go.
Buen viaje!

#34 | Posted by Doc_Sarvis at 2022-07-02 06:40 AM | Reply

The Constitution doesn't say you can cross state lines without showing a negative pregnancy test!

Gutes Deutsch "C-C-Conservatives"

#35 | Posted by jpw at 2022-07-02 11:06 AM | Reply

all these years and I still leave out whole words.

#18 | POSTED BY CORKY

It's not just you.

That's why most good writers always have editors.

Your mind keeps putting the word in there even if your fingers don't type it.

#36 | Posted by donnerboy at 2022-07-02 11:13 AM | Reply

Kavanaugh has already said that state bans on residents traveling to other states for activities that are illegal in their home state but not the other state wouldn't pass constitutional muster. I can't see Roberts supporting that either.
#5 | POSTED BY SENTINEL AT 2022-07-01 05:53 PM

Kavanaugh also previously said in front of the nation that Roe v. Wade was settled law, so why would we believe anything he says now?

#37 | Posted by e1g1 at 2022-07-02 01:02 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 2

#37 | POSTED BY E1G1 AT 2022-07-02 01:02 PM | FLAG: FYI: Actually Roe vs Wade it was never a 'law', rather it was a 'decision. the SCOTUS does not/can not create laws, as the is the purview of Congress.

#38 | Posted by MSgt at 2022-07-02 03:43 PM | Reply

"Actually Roe vs Wade it was never a 'law', rather it was a 'decision"

It was a decision that the law protects abortion.

That's what the Supreme Court does. They don't write laws; they interpret them.

#39 | Posted by snoofy at 2022-07-02 04:14 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

"Kavanaugh also previously said in front of the nation that Roe v. Wade was settled law, so why would we believe anything he says now?"

Can you link to a transcript of where he said that? All I can find are references to someone inferring it from a private meeting.

#40 | Posted by sentinel at 2022-07-02 07:08 PM | Reply

Right wingers have been pushing their minority views on the rest of us for long enough. At some point there's going to be a full-on rebellion.

#41 | Posted by cbob at 2022-07-02 07:37 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

Someone please wake up Joe Biden.
Thanks

#42 | Posted by Docman at 2022-07-03 03:53 PM | Reply

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