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Friday, December 08, 2023

Hours after a Texas judge ruled a woman may receive an emergency abortion, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton warned three Houston hospitals that they could still face penalties if they allow the procedure to happen.

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... Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton warned three Houston hospitals that they could still face penalties if they allow the procedure to happen. ...

Well, yeah.

In the minds of Republicans, providing health care is not A Good Thing.

#1 | Posted by LampLighter at 2023-12-08 12:54 AM | Reply | Newsworthy 3

I usually refrain from using coarse obscenities but this Ken Paxton is a ---- a*****e. I think he could use a good perifrontal lobotomy to improve his understanding of how lives can be lost and emotional, mental, and physical harm can be done when therapeutic abortions are denied to women who desperately need them.

#2 | Posted by keystone at 2023-12-08 02:30 AM | Reply

"this Ken Paxton is a ---- a*****e"

That's true.

He's also upholding the law.

The law was written by --------, and also legalized by --------.

#3 | Posted by snoofy at 2023-12-08 02:35 AM | Reply

Republicans are proud to have him. Remember, he is a criminal. The Texas leg decided to protect him after admitting he was guilty as hell.

GOP: Party of Everything including your life.

#4 | Posted by Sycophant at 2023-12-08 10:38 AM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

Damn. the doctors have said further carrying the fetus could detrimintally affect her fertility in the future!!

I'm no woman but this seems more than enough to justify a timely procedure.

Why would you to do that to a viable fertile human being?

I guess cruelty really is the point.

#5 | Posted by fresno500 at 2023-12-08 11:00 AM | Reply

There's no hate like Christian love.

#6 | Posted by qcp at 2023-12-08 11:00 AM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

Republicans hate law and justice. They won't be happy until democracy is replaced with a dictatorship.

#7 | Posted by johnny_hotsauce at 2023-12-08 11:04 AM | Reply

The most important health decisions a woman can make is NO ONE ELSE'S BUSINESS.

This was entirely predictable. Paxton hates women. He hates that a woman wants to protect her body over a fetus that will not survive. He hates that a woman judge decided that the medical doctors and a woman judge have decided that terminating a fetus THAT WILL NOT LIVE and that WILL DAMAGE HER BODY and possibly KILL HER over rides his feelings that the sky man who never said anything about abortion would not like it.

This the is the ------- ghouls that the GOP has become.

Women rights to healthcare take a ------- back seat to a work of fiction.

FKK them.

#8 | Posted by Nixon at 2023-12-08 11:20 AM | Reply

Paxton's threats reflect a fundamental disdain for our legal system and completely disqualify him from serving as attorney general.

Texas' abortion ban has an exception for medical emergencies. This woman's physicians have concluded that such emergency exists, and a judge has concurred. The judge entered an order expressly prohibiting Paxton from enforcing the ban as to this woman and her doctors. By threatening to prosecute the parties involved anyway, he is literally saying he will not follow a court order. If that actually occurs he should be jailed for contempt.

#9 | Posted by JOE at 2023-12-08 11:20 AM | Reply | Newsworthy 2

TexASS! I expect no less from these beasts running that state into a international embarrassment. Where do these scumbags get their marching orders? The Taliban?

#10 | Posted by Wildman62 at 2023-12-08 11:44 AM | Reply

Republicants hate laws.

#11 | Posted by LegallyYourDead at 2023-12-08 01:25 PM | Reply

Republicants hate voters.

#12 | Posted by LegallyYourDead at 2023-12-08 01:25 PM | Reply

Republicans hate.

#13 | Posted by ClownShack at 2023-12-08 01:26 PM | Reply

"cruelty really is the point."

-Republican motto.

#14 | Posted by ClownShack at 2023-12-08 01:27 PM | Reply

Conservatives are not pro life. Conservatives are pro fetus. That is all.

#15 | Posted by Whatsleft at 2023-12-08 01:30 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 2

Among the far right wing, the rule of law means nothing. The Constitution is just a list of suggestions to be disregarded. The majority of voters also may be disregarded when, in the minds of the far right wing, they make the wrong decision. Welcome to TrumpWorld.

#16 | Posted by moder8 at 2023-12-08 01:51 PM | Reply

I guess after involuntarily sterilizing minorities around the world, doing it to your own is easy.

#17 | Posted by fresno500 at 2023-12-08 01:52 PM | Reply

Every life is sacred in Texas. Until the moment of birth, anyway.

#18 | Posted by Jaspar at 2023-12-08 01:56 PM | Reply

Ignoring court orders is just another step towards authoritarianism and fascism.

Good work Texas. You are almost there!

#19 | Posted by donnerboy at 2023-12-08 05:19 PM | Reply

I can't fully express my thoughts on this because it will likely end up causing men in suits to knock on my front door.

#20 | Posted by jpw at 2023-12-09 12:40 AM | Reply

Isn't this basically the same thing that Dem DA in Florida got (illegally) fired for?

#21 | Posted by TFDNihilist at 2023-12-09 11:24 AM | Reply

They got the courts to block the order so they are not completely fascist yet. They will still listen to court orders that they agree with. Wahoo!

#22 | Posted by donnerboy at 2023-12-09 11:28 AM | Reply

Conservatives want to shrink government small enough to fit in a woman's uterus.
Talibaptist Sharia law is alive and well in Texas.

#23 | Posted by northguy3 at 2023-12-09 06:33 PM | Reply

Tangentially related...

GOP Senate candidates soften their abortion stances amid a post-Roe losing streak
www.nbcnews.com

... Republican candidates in states that will determine control of the U.S. Senate next year have quietly shifted their stances on abortion rights in an attempt to combat Democrats' success running on the issue.

In key 2024 battleground states, some GOP Senate hopefuls have subtly begun to place more emphasis on situations in which abortion should be legal, while others have made clear they oppose a federal ban on the procedure.

The shift in focus comes as Democrats have continued to win elections across the country by forcefully emphasizing their support for abortion rights in the 18 months since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Republican strategists have urged their candidates to oppose a national ban, while party leaders have simultaneously implored them to address the issue head-on.

Democrats say Republicans are trying to soften stances that may have been deeply unpopular with a majority of voters.

"On the record and on video, Republican Senate candidates have already staked out dangerous positions that would make abortion illegal without exceptions -- and we'll make sure voters see and hear them in their own words." said Nora Keefe, a spokesperson for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, the party's Senate campaign arm. ...


Will the messaging of the Democrats work?


#24 | Posted by LampLighter at 2023-12-09 06:49 PM | Reply

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