Ask Me!

We the Rightly Guided oughta be marching on DC NOW, this weekend. Sunday would be ideal! We should fill the National Mall with a sea of MAGA hats. It would be easy. Look at the overflow crowds at any and all of Trump’s rallies. For people who sit outside in lawn chairs and blankets all night, hopping a train plane or bus to DC would be downright cushy by comparison. We could SO do it, we could dwarf the pink pussyhat crowd pictures !

Why isn’t anybody inviting us?

We shoulda done it when the House voted to impeach. Zilch.

And now, we’re just sitting here, complacently hearing the Dem “impeachment managers’ outright lies! Thinking , I reckon C’mon! Nobody can really be buying this!

Let me just give you one example: as a Trump junkie, I happened to be watching tv during the throwaway joke Trump made at the end of a presser,,when everybody in the country was talking, and joking, about HRC’s missing emails: “I don’t know..maybe the Russians can get ‘em!”
Yesterday day I caught a moment of Adam Schiff, fake verklempt, recounting this patently humorous remark as a serious invitation to Trump’s (non-existent!-ask Mueller) Russian contacts!
And he is getting the eff away with it.

We have no choice but to await an invitation to converge on DC. SOMEBODY has to say something, to assure that we show up in force on the same day.

Why isn’t anybody asking?

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  1. Well, today is the March for Life and Trump is speaking at it (the first President to do so). So there are going to be a bunch of MAGA loving people in DC today. But the media will ignore it, like it does every year when thousands of people converge on DC on a freezing cold winter’s day to demand protection for the unborn. It doesn’t seem to do anything. I mean after all these decades abortion is still legal.

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  2. Mate De:
    Well, today is the March for Life and Trump is speaking at it (the first President to do so). So there are going to be a bunch of MAGA loving people in DC today. But the media will ignore it, like it does every year when thousands of people converge on DC on a freezing cold winter’s day to demand protection for the unborn. It doesn’t seem to do anything. I mean after all these decades abortion is still legal.

    I’ve got no dogma in that fight.  Right now, at this particular moment, I think it would be more important and significant to show that we do not want this president removed!!   And the crowd would of course include the anti-abortion voters—it should, since Trump has been their best friend ever!

    How perfect: the anti-abortion people can just stay over; the rest of us can converge on DC to join them on Sunday!    Let  “antifa” meet  its match: “Profa “! ( the “fa” being short for both “FAith” and “FAmily”! )

    If only! 

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  3. Hypatia:

    Mate De:
    Well, today is the March for Life and Trump is speaking at it (the first President to do so). So there are going to be a bunch of MAGA loving people in DC today. But the media will ignore it, like it does every year when thousands of people converge on DC on a freezing cold winter’s day to demand protection for the unborn. It doesn’t seem to do anything. I mean after all these decades abortion is still legal.

    I’ve got no dogma in that fight.  Right now, at this particular moment, I think it would be more important and significant to show that we do not want this president removed!!   And the crowd would of course include the anti-abortion voters—it should, since Trump has been their best friend ever!

    How perfect: the anti-abortion people can just stay over; the rest of us can converge on DC to join them on Sunday!    Let  “antifa” meet  its match: “Profa “! ( the “fa” being short for both “FAith” and “FAmily”! )

    If only! 

    How can you have no dogma in that fight, Hyp? I want to know how one can logically be neutral.

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  4. 10 Cents:

    Hypatia:

    Mate De:
    Well, today is the March for Life and Trump is speaking at it (the first President to do so). So there are going to be a bunch of MAGA loving people in DC today. But the media will ignore it, like it does every year when thousands of people converge on DC on a freezing cold winter’s day to demand protection for the unborn. It doesn’t seem to do anything. I mean after all these decades abortion is still legal.

    I’ve got no dogma in that fight.  Right now, at this particular moment, I think it would be more important and significant to show that we do not want this president removed!!   And the crowd would of course include the anti-abortion voters—it should, since Trump has been their best friend ever!

    How perfect: the anti-abortion people can just stay over; the rest of us can converge on DC to join them on Sunday!    Let  “antifa” meet  its match: “Profa “! ( the “fa” being short for both “FAith” and “FAmily”! )

    If only! 

    How can you have no dogma in that fight, Hyp? I want to know how one can logically be neutral.

    As I’ve written many times before, I will not be dragooned into either extreme.
    (And btw I kinda hate both sides: Pro-Life?  Then who cares if it’s rape or incest?  Pro-Choice? Don’t pretend you didn’t make a choice or two before you found yourself gravid.  CTFO!)

    A woman can now find out whether she’s pregnant on the very day she misses her period.  Cheaply and privately: you just pee on a strip of paper.  And at that point, all you’ve got in there is an egg-sac.  So: do something! Get a D&C ASAP.
    At the other extreme, , I can only think of two circumstances where I’d condone abortion much later than month one-ish, and that’s where mom is told: if you carry this baby to term, you will die.  In such cases, which I don’t think are very common, I do think the woman should get to decide.  (Why? Because between her and the fetus, she’s the only one who’s compos.) And, a fetus can be a-cephalic: no brain, going to die anyway as soon as it’s born and gets off mom’s life support system.  In that case, if it were me and I found this out at 6-7 months, I would want to get it over with. I mean, come on..

    There’s also, frankly, since you ask how can I be “neutral”:: how can people who are never going to be personally impacted—men, most particularly-+ and a large portion of the female populace as well, be so passionate and officious about the question?
    Sometimes people say, it’s like slavery, you can’t just think “live and let live”; abolitionists were confronted with other humans in an intolerable condition, they couldn’t just say, well, I wouldn’t own slaves myself, but I’m not going to judge (or try to kill)  those who do.  But I think that’s a false analogy.  The egg sac doesn’t know or perceive anything.  The worst that can happen to it is, it never will.

    And I will also say, to call the zygote  or egg sac a “citizen”, with rights equal to that of the mom, a fully formed, cognizant human being,  makes a mockery out of all of human civilization. (;But I don’t hate or despise people who think that; it just isn’t my issue.)

    This is just my humble opinion.

    I won’t express any opinion about birth “defects” or congenital disabilities, because I learned to my sorrow recently that such opinions, from people who haven’t been personally involved in such situations, can be very hurtful to people who have been.  So 🤭.

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  5. Robert A. McReynolds:
    Democrats don’t care what you want. This  is what the political elite want and the Dems I tend to give it to them. Your marches will not be considered.

    You could be right.  But I would love to see panoramic views of the National Mall, a sea of red hats!  I mean,  look at the gun rights rally in Va recently,  SOOOO embarrassing to the Left that it was peaceful and non-violent.
    Okay,  the anti gun people in Va must have a slight numeric advantage: they elected this Lefty  legislature.  But it won’t hurt ‘em to see the not-inconsiderable strength of the people who didn’t  vote for ‘em!

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  6. Hypatia:

    10 Cents:

    Hypatia:

    Mate De:
    Well, today is the March for Life and Trump is speaking at it (the first President to do so). So there are going to be a bunch of MAGA loving people in DC today. But the media will ignore it, like it does every year when thousands of people converge on DC on a freezing cold winter’s day to demand protection for the unborn. It doesn’t seem to do anything. I mean after all these decades abortion is still legal.

    I’ve got no dogma in that fight.  Right now, at this particular moment, I think it would be more important and significant to show that we do not want this president removed!!   And the crowd would of course include the anti-abortion voters—it should, since Trump has been their best friend ever!

    How perfect: the anti-abortion people can just stay over; the rest of us can converge on DC to join them on Sunday!    Let  “antifa” meet  its match: “Profa “! ( the “fa” being short for both “FAith” and “FAmily”! )

    If only! 

    How can you have no dogma in that fight, Hyp? I want to know how one can logically be neutral.

    As I’ve written many times before, I will not be dragooned into either extreme.
    (And btw I kinda hate both sides: Pro-Life?  Then who cares if it’s rape or incest?  Pro-Choice? Don’t pretend you didn’t make a choice or two before you found yourself gravid.  CTFO!)

    A woman can now find out whether she’s pregnant on the very day she misses her period.  Cheaply and privately: you just pee on a strip of paper.  And at that point, all you’ve got in there is an egg-sac.  So: do something! Get a D&C ASAP.
    At the other extreme, , I can only think of two circumstances where I’d condone abortion much later than month one-ish, and that’s where mom is told: if you carry this baby to term, you will die.  In such cases, which I don’t think are very common, I do think the woman should get to decide.  (Why? Because between her and the fetus, she’s the only one who’s compos.) And, a fetus can be a-cephalic: no brain, going to die anyway as soon as it’s born and gets off mom’s life support system.  In that case, if it were me and I found this out at 6-7 months, I would want to get it over with. I mean, come on..

    There’s also, frankly, since you ask how can I be “neutral”:: how can people who are never going to be personally impacted—men, most particularly-+ and a large portion of the female populace as well, be so passionate and officious about the question?
    Sometimes people say, it’s like slavery, you can’t just think “live and let live”; abolitionists were confronted with other humans in an intolerable condition, they couldn’t just say, well, I wouldn’t own slaves myself, but I’m not going to judge (or try to kill)  those who do.  But I think that’s a false analogy.  The egg sac doesn’t know or perceive anything.  The worst that can happen to it is, it never will.

    And I will also say, to call the zygote  or egg sac a “citizen”, with rights equal to that of the mom, a fully formed, cognizant human being,  makes a mockery out of all of human civilization. (;But I don’t hate or despise people who think that; it just isn’t my issue.)

    This is just my humble opinion.

    I won’t express any opinion about birth “defects” or congenital disabilities, because I learned to my sorrow recently that such opinions, from people who haven’t been personally involved in such situations, can be very hurtful to people who have been.  So 🤭.

    I am completely anti- abortion. I agree with you that the terms are inconsistent and this is due to everybody having to use euphemisms when they talk about abortion. No one wants to say I am Pro-abortion because almost no one is completely Pro-abortion. Even people who want to keep it legal are uncomfortable with the idea, so it is easier to say Pro-choice. Pro-life is also a bad term because it pigeon holes people who are say, for the death penalty but against abortion, into an inconsistent position. Now they say Anti-choice, cause now it makes us against choices. Whatever. It’s pro-abortion or anti-abortion, that is what is on the table.

    But I was pro-abortion at one point and made a lot of the same arguments but I changed my mind when I got more information. It’s a barbaric procedure no matter what stage of the process and also it does psychological damage to the many of the women who have abortions and have to suffer in silence. I don’t intend to change your mind but you should check out what the procedure is, Live Action has several videos on YouTube that an ex abortionist has made about what the procedure is at every stage. It is clinical and not gruesome (well the concept is but not the video) it is worth checking out. If nothing else but to be fully informed.

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  7. Hyp, thank you for the explanation.

    I think men have been hurt by abortion and we are seeing this coming out in society. I think it is false to think that the issue is only a woman’s issue.

    This is off topic and would be better to be handled in a separate post someday.

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  8. 10 Cents:
    Hyp, thank you for the explanation.

    I think men have been hurt by abortion and we are seeing this coming out in society. I think it is false to think that the issue is only a woman’s issue.

    This is off topic and would be better to be handled in a separate post someday.

    I totally agree!  And I’d welcome the chance to do so.  I think…,maybe it’s better avoided…still I will respond:

    Mate De:

    Hypatia:

    10 Cents:

    Hypatia:

    Mate De:
    Well, today is the March for Life and Trump is speaking at it (the first President to do so). So there are going to be a bunch of MAGA loving people in DC today. But the media will ignore it, like it does every year when thousands of people converge on DC on a freezing cold winter’s day to demand protection for the unborn. It doesn’t seem to do anything. I mean after all these decades abortion is still legal.

    I’ve got no dogma in that fight.  Right now, at this particular moment, I think it would be more important and significant to show that we do not want this president removed!!   And the crowd would of course include the anti-abortion voters—it should, since Trump has been their best friend ever!

    How perfect: the anti-abortion people can just stay over; the rest of us can converge on DC to join them on Sunday!    Let  “antifa” meet  its match: “Profa “! ( the “fa” being short for both “FAith” and “FAmily”! )

    If only! 

    How can you have no dogma in that fight, Hyp? I want to know how one can logically be neutral.

    As I’ve written many times before, I will not be dragooned into either extreme.
    (And btw I kinda hate both sides: Pro-Life?  Then who cares if it’s rape or incest?  Pro-Choice? Don’t pretend you didn’t make a choice or two before you found yourself gravid.  CTFO!)

    A woman can now find out whether she’s pregnant on the very day she misses her period.  Cheaply and privately: you just pee on a strip of paper.  And at that point, all you’ve got in there is an egg-sac.  So: do something! Get a D&C ASAP.
    At the other extreme, , I can only think of two circumstances where I’d condone abortion much later than month one-ish, and that’s where mom is told: if you carry this baby to term, you will die.  In such cases, which I don’t think are very common, I do think the woman should get to decide.  (Why? Because between her and the fetus, she’s the only one who’s compos.) And, a fetus can be a-cephalic: no brain, going to die anyway as soon as it’s born and gets off mom’s life support system.  In that case, if it were me and I found this out at 6-7 months, I would want to get it over with. I mean, come on..

    There’s also, frankly, since you ask how can I be “neutral”:: how can people who are never going to be personally impacted—men, most particularly-+ and a large portion of the female populace as well, be so passionate and officious about the question?
    Sometimes people say, it’s like slavery, you can’t just think “live and let live”; abolitionists were confronted with other humans in an intolerable condition, they couldn’t just say, well, I wouldn’t own slaves myself, but I’m not going to judge (or try to kill)  those who do.  But I think that’s a false analogy.  The egg sac doesn’t know or perceive anything.  The worst that can happen to it is, it never will.

    And I will also say, to call the zygote  or egg sac a “citizen”, with rights equal to that of the mom, a fully formed, cognizant human being,  makes a mockery out of all of human civilization. (;But I don’t hate or despise people who think that; it just isn’t my issue.)

    This is just my humble opinion.

    I won’t express any opinion about birth “defects” or congenital disabilities, because I learned to my sorrow recently that such opinions, from people who haven’t been personally involved in such situations, can be very hurtful to people who have been.  So 🤭.

    I am completely anti- abortion. I agree with you that the terms are inconsistent and this is due to everybody having to use euphemisms when they talk about abortion. No one wants to say I am Pro-abortion because almost no one is completely Pro-abortion. Even people who want to keep it legal are uncomfortable with the idea, so it is easier to say Pro-choice. Pro-life is also a bad term because it pigeon holes people who are say, for the death penalty but against abortion, into an inconsistent position. Now they say Anti-choice, cause now it makes us against choices. Whatever. It’s pro-abortion or anti-abortion, that is what is on the table.

    But I was pro-abortion at one point and made a lot of the same arguments but I changed my mind when I got more information. It’s a barbaric procedure no matter what stage of the process and also it does psychological damage to the many of the women who have abortions and have to suffer in silence. I don’t intend to change your mind but you should check out what the procedure is, Live Action has several videos on YouTube that an ex abortionist has made about what the procedure is at every stage. It is clinical and not gruesome (well the concept is but not the video) it is worth checking out. If nothing else but to be fully informed.

    Mate De:

    Hypatia:

    10 Cents:

    Hypatia:

    Mate De:
    Well, today is the March for Life and Trump is speaking at it (the first President to do so). So there are going to be a bunch of MAGA loving people in DC today. But the media will ignore it, like it does every year when thousands of people converge on DC on a freezing cold winter’s day to demand protection for the unborn. It doesn’t seem to do anything. I mean after all these decades abortion is still legal.

    I’ve got no dogma in that fight.  Right now, at this particular moment, I think it would be more important and significant to show that we do not want this president removed!!   And the crowd would of course include the anti-abortion voters—it should, since Trump has been their best friend ever!

    How perfect: the anti-abortion people can just stay over; the rest of us can converge on DC to join them on Sunday!    Let  “antifa” meet  its match: “Profa “! ( the “fa” being short for both “FAith” and “FAmily”! )

    If only! 

    How can you have no dogma in that fight, Hyp? I want to know how one can logically be neutral.

    As I’ve written many times before, I will not be dragooned into either extreme.
    (And btw I kinda hate both sides: Pro-Life?  Then who cares if it’s rape or incest?  Pro-Choice? Don’t pretend you didn’t make a choice or two before you found yourself gravid.  CTFO!)

    A woman can now find out whether she’s pregnant on the very day she misses her period.  Cheaply and privately: you just pee on a strip of paper.  And at that point, all you’ve got in there is an egg-sac.  So: do something! Get a D&C ASAP.
    At the other extreme, , I can only think of two circumstances where I’d condone abortion much later than month one-ish, and that’s where mom is told: if you carry this baby to term, you will die.  In such cases, which I don’t think are very common, I do think the woman should get to decide.  (Why? Because between her and the fetus, she’s the only one who’s compos.) And, a fetus can be a-cephalic: no brain, going to die anyway as soon as it’s born and gets off mom’s life support system.  In that case, if it were me and I found this out at 6-7 months, I would want to get it over with. I mean, come on..

    There’s also, frankly, since you ask how can I be “neutral”:: how can people who are never going to be personally impacted—men, most particularly-+ and a large portion of the female populace as well, be so passionate and officious about the question?
    Sometimes people say, it’s like slavery, you can’t just think “live and let live”; abolitionists were confronted with other humans in an intolerable condition, they couldn’t just say, well, I wouldn’t own slaves myself, but I’m not going to judge (or try to kill)  those who do.  But I think that’s a false analogy.  The egg sac doesn’t know or perceive anything.  The worst that can happen to it is, it never will.

    And I will also say, to call the zygote  or egg sac a “citizen”, with rights equal to that of the mom, a fully formed, cognizant human being,  makes a mockery out of all of human civilization. (;But I don’t hate or despise people who think that; it just isn’t my issue.)

    This is just my humble opinion.

    I won’t express any opinion about birth “defects” or congenital disabilities, because I learned to my sorrow recently that such opinions, from people who haven’t been personally involved in such situations, can be very hurtful to people who have been.  So 🤭.

    I am completely anti- abortion. I agree with you that the terms are inconsistent and this is due to everybody having to use euphemisms when they talk about abortion. No one wants to say I am Pro-abortion because almost no one is completely Pro-abortion. Even people who want to keep it legal are uncomfortable with the idea, so it is easier to say Pro-choice. Pro-life is also a bad term because it pigeon holes people who are say, for the death penalty but against abortion, into an inconsistent position. Now they say Anti-choice, cause now it makes us against choices. Whatever. It’s pro-abortion or anti-abortion, that is what is on the table.

    But I was pro-abortion at one point and made a lot of the same arguments but I changed my mind when I got more information. It’s a barbaric procedure no matter what stage of the process and also it does psychological damage to the many of the women who have abortions and have to suffer in silence. I don’t intend to change your mind but you should check out what the procedure is, Live Action has several videos on YouTube that an ex abortionist has made about what the procedure is at every stage. It is clinical and not gruesome (well the concept is but not the video) it is worth checking out. If nothing else but to be fully informed.

    Dear MD, I have carried, miscarried and borne.  I can assure you I am not uninformed.  I saw more of my own uterus and its  contents during that period of time than anyone should have to see.

    A D&C is not barbaric and its sequellae are no worse than what many women suffer every month.  (I had to undergo this twice after miscarrying.)  It is perhaps the safest surgical procedure there is.

    Nor do I buy the fact that it will do lasting psychological harm to anyone who opts for it.  Personal experience just doesn’t bear this out. Of course it’s possible for any individual to regret a  decision  he or she made, but I don’t think this one is any more fraught than that—unless the poor woman falls into the hands of people who encourage in her a sense of guilt and shame.

    Neither of these make it a good thing.  It’s just, they also don’t,  in themselves, make it a bad thing.

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  9. I am so sorry that you had to deal with that,  a miscarriage is a horrible thing. But it is different having a procedure for a child that died naturally than one that was alive. But I agree, that is a personal issue. it’s just I talk to these women and the pain they are in is horrible. They have a hard time forgiving themselves.
    But emotions don’t make good law. However if you want to look at Roe from a political standpoint, we never voted for this and I would argue that since Roe v Wade was decided and it could be argued others before it our political system was never the same. If you check out the post that I put up today with a clip from Tucker, you can see that these Supreme Court decisions have really broken our cohesion (and bringing it back on topic. I do this for Dime lol) that is why a march on Washington for the opposition of this impeachment will be ineffective. We have been torn apart by fundamental issues that we never allowed to be debated, and our political class doesn’t care what we want. They just want to lord over us and they have been using the Supreme Court as their hammer.

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  10. Hypatia:

    Robert A. McReynolds:
    Democrats don’t care what you want. This  is what the political elite want and the Dems I tend to give it to them. Your marches will not be considered.

    You could be right.  But I would love to see panoramic views of the National Mall, a sea of red hats!  I mean,  look at the gun rights rally in Va recently,  SOOOO embarrassing to the Left that it was peaceful and non-violent.
    Okay,  the anti gun people in Va must have a slight numeric advantage: they elected this Lefty  legislature.  But it won’t hurt ‘em to see the not-inconsiderable strength of the people who didn’t  vote for ‘em!

    Democrats don’t care but the nationally ignored base most certainly does. You’re right Hyp because a sea of MAGA or better yet KAG tees (I just got mine today) make a hell of an impression on those who may be hesitant to speak out. I firmly believe there are more Trumpsters out there than have been tapped for 2020. This is when I miss Steve Bannon the most.

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  11. EThompson:

    Hypatia:

    Robert A. McReynolds:
    Democrats don’t care what you want. This  is what the political elite want and the Dems I tend to give it to them. Your marches will not be considered.

    You could be right.  But I would love to see panoramic views of the National Mall, a sea of red hats!  I mean,  look at the gun rights rally in Va recently,  SOOOO embarrassing to the Left that it was peaceful and non-violent.
    Okay,  the anti gun people in Va must have a slight numeric advantage: they elected this Lefty  legislature.  But it won’t hurt ‘em to see the not-inconsiderable strength of the people who didn’t  vote for ‘em!

    Democrats don’t care but the nationally ignored base most certainly does. You’re right Hyp because a sea of MAGA or better yet KAG tees (I just got mine today) make a hell of an impression on those who may be hesitant to speak out. I firmly believe there are more Trumpsters out there than have been tapped for 2020. This is when I miss Steve Bannon the most.

    Andrew Breitbart.

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  12. Perhaps a quick review of abortion law might be of some use.

    In the 19th century there was no law concerning abortion. One could buy OTC meds that would induce an abortion without any “regulation” or prescription. With the 20th century, we began to have STATE law passed concerning abortion. Most followed the social restriction that abortion was only legal before the “quickening” – or the movement of the child. Subsequent to that it was no longer allowed. RvW then outlawed all state law and made it a national edict, based upon the “privacy” clause of the 14th A.

    RvW was tenuous law at best. Where the SCOTUS found the justification to “rule” as it did is only in the minds of Democrats. It is akin to busing, for which there is also no legal basis of authority by the courts. The constitution clearly delineates making of law as a congressional power. Any court edict other than punitive, forcing government to spend money for correction of perceived wrong, is not within the power of the court. Add to that the 9th & 10th A and you cease to find Federal law appropriate for many things. Congress could forbid states certain legal powers, but that doesn’t mean then that the Feds CAN rule there.

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  13. I would love to write a more ancient history piece on this.  But as Soxy pointed out, this isn’t the gravamen  of my post.  My query was: why doesn’t the GOP have any Linda Sarsours ?

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  14. Hypatia:
    I would love to write a more ancient history piece on this.  But as Soxy pointed out, this isn’t the gravamen  of my post.  My query was: why doesn’t the GOP have any Linda Sarsours ?

    Because mass media pay attention to and promote the sayings of a darling of the Progressive Left.

    Anti-abortion activists cannot even promote their own stuff on Facebook or Twitter without being suspended or banned.

    There is definitely a Leftist cabal that is working hard to silence pro-life voices.

    They are the Culture of Death.

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  15. MJBubba:

    Hypatia:
    I would love to write a more ancient history piece on this.  But as Soxy pointed out, this isn’t the gravamen  of my post.  My query was: why doesn’t the GOP have any Linda Sarsours ?

    Because mass media pay attention to and promote the sayings of a darling of the Progressive Left.

    Anti-abortion activists cannot even promote their own stuff on Facebook or Twitter without being suspended or banned.

    There is definitely a Leftist cabal that is working hard to silence pro-life voices.

    They are the Culture of Death.

    So get off of Facebook and join somewhere like me.we.com. Then promote THAT to your friends and neighbors.

    Market forces are market forces. The fact conservatives stay with Facebook only makes Facebook that much richer. Walk away. Go somewhere else. Let Facebook shrivel to the screeching Left and see how long they keep up their censorship – or stay in business.

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  16. Devereaux:
    The fact conservatives stay with Facebook only makes Facebook that much richer.

    Facebook made a lot of people richer besides those that work there. I bought several thousands of shares at $72 many years ago and I don’t care whose privacy they’ve invaded, they have accidentally given a very conservative stockholder the power to do a lot of things and wreak havoc on the wokes I couldn’t have afforded before. Take advantage of these opportunities !

    Thanks Mark.

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  17. OMG Rattys!  I am talking about people already here, in the world!!  Not about the fate of  as-yet-undeveloped,pre-mented homunculi, nor about the people who are (to me) incomprehensibly obsessed with either terminating or preserving them! Aaaugh!

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  18. Hypatia:
    OMG Rattys!  I am talking about people already here, in the world!!  Not about the fate of  as-yet-undeveloped homunculi, nor about the people who are (to me) incomprehensible obsessed with either terminating or preserving them! Aaaugh!

    “I don’t care.” (jk)

    There was a natural progression from having a political protest to the recent political protest in the March For Life. What would be the protest you would like to see? Wasn’t Linda Sarsour famous from the Woman’s March? That was pro-choice so that is a connection, right?

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  19. Hypatia:
    OMG Rattys!  I am talking about people already here, in the world!!  Not about the fate of  as-yet-undeveloped,pre-mented homunculi, nor about the people who are (to me) incomprehensibly obsessed with either terminating or preserving them! Aaaugh!

    A life is a life. ?Are you suggesting the state has no interest in preserving life. Because life can be preserved from 22 weeks on. Then there’s Northam’s comment about delivering the child, THEN deciding whether to murder it or not.

    So it is an “as-yet-undeveloped, pre-mented homonculi” after birth. ?How old, then, do you believe it is OK to murder a child until – 2-months. ?3-months. ?6-months. About 2-3 months babies begin to show recognition of their surroundings. Harsh, Hyp.

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  20. Devereaux:

    Hypatia:
    OMG Rattys!  I am talking about people already here, in the world!!  Not about the fate of  as-yet-undeveloped,pre-mented homunculi, nor about the people who are (to me) incomprehensibly obsessed with either terminating or preserving them! Aaaugh!

    A life is a life. ?Are you suggesting the state has no interest in preserving life. Because life can be preserved from 22 weeks on. Then there’s Northam’s comment about delivering the child, THEN deciding whether to murder it or not.

    So it is an “as-yet-undeveloped, pre-mented homonculi” after birth. ?How old, then, do you believe it is OK to murder a child until – 2-months. ?3-months. ?6-months. About 2-3 months babies begin to show recognition of their surroundings. Harsh, Hyp.

    Dev, she is just trying to keep her post on topic. We will get to the Abort debate another day.

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  21. 10 Cents:

    Hypatia:
    OMG Rattys!  I am talking about people already here, in the world!!  Not about the fate of  as-yet-undeveloped homunculi, nor about the people who are (to me) incomprehensible obsessed with either terminating or preserving them! Aaaugh!

    “I don’t care.” (jk)

    There was a natural progression from having a political protest to the recent political protest in the March For Life. What would be the protest you would like to see? Wasn’t Linda Sarsour famous from the Woman’s March? That was pro-choice so that is a connection, right?

    Well, yeah.

    Talking Snake Media make a fuss over Linda Sarsour, et al.   They have deliberately done their best to ignore and suppress information about the March for Life for fifty years.   This year over 200,000 marchers held a rally in Washington, and it only attracted any attention because President Trump came.

    I think that if President Trump had expressed an interest in making it an extra-large crowd, he could probably have tripled or quadrupled the attendance.

    As it is, President Trump goes around the country and holds his own rallies.  He regularly speaks to crowds of eight to eighteen thousand persons, and typically there are a few thousand in overflow space in nearby parking lots because the venues get overrun.   Talking Snake Media ignores this very physical demonstration of support.

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  22. The only way you get people to get out and protest is two ways. One, you pay them to, also you have to include in the paid protesters a group of people to gin up already pretty unhinged people’s emotions to get some free protesters to come. Examples: occupy Wall Street and the women’s march That is how the left does it.
    The other way is for a group of people who Have been so outraged and scandalized by something that they are willing to take the or own time and their own money to protest. Examples: the tea party and March for Life.

    No one really cares about the impeachment. They don’t care enough to watch the hearings on TV , let alone take the time to go Washington DC in January (only the pro lifers are willing to do that it seems)

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  23. Devereaux:

    Hypatia:
    OMG Rattys!  I am talking about people already here, in the world!!  Not about the fate of  as-yet-undeveloped,pre-mented homunculi, nor about the people who are (to me) incomprehensibly obsessed with either terminating or preserving them! Aaaugh!

    A life is a life. ?Are you suggesting the state has no interest in preserving life. Because life can be preserved from 22 weeks on. Then there’s Northam’s comment about delivering the child, THEN deciding whether to murder it or not.

    So it is an “as-yet-undeveloped, pre-mented homonculi” after birth. ?How old, then, do you believe it is OK to murder a child until – 2-months. ?3-months. ?6-months. About 2-3 months babies begin to show recognition of their surroundings. Harsh, Hyp.

    I explained my position at length in my comments 5 and 9.  I won’t be dragooned into either extreme.

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  24. Hypatia:
    I explained my position at length in my comments 5 and 9. I won’t be dragooned into either extreme.

    I have read your comments in 5 & 9. While I don’t really agree with them, they are your opinions and you have as much right to them as anyone does to theirs. But if you are trying to return the thread to your “topic” you could just as easily said something far less inflammatory than “the fate of as-yet-undeveloped homunculi, nor about the people who are (to me) incomprehensible obsessed with either terminating or preserving them! Aaaugh!”

    You’re a lawyer. You should understand controlling your temper and measured speech better than I, a mere troglodyte Marine. Your comment did not appear to me to be a request to return to thread but a challenge to fight. That’s your bad. If some of us who strongly disagree with you take umbrage, you can hardly call King’s X. Nor can you claim to be “dragooned” into anything; you put it out there.

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