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Politics The Elephant in the room...The GOP today

Discussion in 'Tilted Philosophy, Politics, and Economics' started by rogue49, Aug 28, 2012.

  1. Chris Noyb

    Chris Noyb Get in, buckle up, hang on, & don't criticize.

    Large City, TX
    Try getting the Elephant Turds to admit them going along with the election fraud lie helped cause the 06 Jan 21 insurrection. To admit hoping that ignoring it will cause it to fade from memory. Even though for many of them their lives, or at least wellbeing, were at stake.

    Us vs Them is totally out of control.
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  2. rogue49

    rogue49 Tech Kung Fu Artist Staff Member

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  3. rogue49

    rogue49 Tech Kung Fu Artist Staff Member


    View: https://twitter.com/ananavarro/status/1433256631140245510?s=21

    If you haven’t noticed
    There’s quite a few conservative pundits that are now criticizing the GOP…

    A curious turn of mind.
    Curiouser & curiouser

    Frankly, I wouldn’t mind an expansion of GDIs
    From both sides…
    Coming to a rational and practical center.

    I’ve always been that kind of mindset, even when I was Republican.
  4. Chris Noyb

    Chris Noyb Get in, buckle up, hang on, & don't criticize.

    Large City, TX
    One of the most restrictive abortion laws in the US went into effect on 01 Sep 21 here in Texas. Basically no go after 6 weeks ( how many women even know they are pregnant at 6 weeks?). I hope it is shot down in the higher courts.

    I don't like abortion being used as afterthought birth control. But I also don't believe females should be forced to give birth because they are females. How many of our male politicians who have followed the usual high school, college, law school, then politics path would want to interrupt that path to physically have a baby? To face the decisions involved in an unexpected pregnancy?
  5. ASU2003

    ASU2003 Very Tilted

    Where ever I roam
    While abortion rights is not the issue I care about very much, the crazy right wing lawmakers are making me a lot more pro-choice with their tactics. They don't seem to want to do anything to the guys who get these women pregnant, nor teach people how to avoid unwanted pregnancies in the first place. I've seen how people wear masks, I now know why birth control fails so often.

    However, I also blame the left for not wanting to fight the "culture war" and eliminate the debate. They would rather have the issue remain a problem to fundraise an get people riled up to go vote it seems. If the conservatives don't want sex ed taught in public school, let alone private or religious schools, well I'm sure a certain "hub" website could produce a fantasy version of sex ed for guys. And every horny 12-15 year old will be finding it on-line. They also need to make a remedial sex ed for adult couples too.

    Planned Parenthood should do what other companies do and spin off a unpronounceable named company (something like LWWRG?) that is pro-abortion and providing information and services to women.

    And then show the data that any of these laws is not deterring any woman, and is just wasting time and resources.
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  6. rogue49

    rogue49 Tech Kung Fu Artist Staff Member

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  7. pig

    pig Slightly Tilted

    I am unconditionally pro-Healthcare rights for women's reproductive health.

    I've always thought the philosophical lack of clarity around the notions of life, consciousness, the existence of the human "soul" basically made it a moot point.

    I really think the point that the save women being denied abortion aren't legally required to register as organ donors - regardless of need of the orientation potential recipient or relationship shows that the arguments for anti abortion are bullshit. If that fetus goes through childbirth and immediately thereafter needed a skin graft from the mother to survive, she wouldn't be required to give it and the baby would die on the table.

    In my opinion, the both major parties are corporate funnels for money saved control. The GOP is just more brazen because it's a fundamental part of their philosophy. Democrats have to at least pay some attention to the middle class and the poor.
  8. rogue49

    rogue49 Tech Kung Fu Artist Staff Member


    View: https://twitter.com/projectlincoln/status/1440132278563352583?s=21
    I think I just figured out why many in the GOP are so willing to let people die…
    Because they believe people will go to Heaven.
    Even themselves. Even “their own”.
    They’re going to a better place.

    It’s becoming a “death cult”. No exaggeration.
    Not direct killing.
    But allowing or encouraging death.
    Kind of passive-aggressive, y’know?

    It also kinda explains why they’re so vs abortion so much
    YET not minding death for anyone else.
    I guess you have to be born first, then be judged to goto Heaven (or Hell)
    (I’ve read somewhere in the past, newborns that pass have to go to Limbo, because of lack of decisions made)
    Just pure speculation, but it’s a strange mindset or rule base, IMHO.

    I just don’t understand allowing innocent people to die.
    War? Sure, shit happens. Just minimize it.
    But not in a stable country, not in peace.

    Just seems contradictory.
    Then again, much of the mindset seems contradictory.

    Uhhh, you’re killing your voters.
    And voters, voting against their interests and health.
    Doesn’t make sense…

    Don’t ask me, I’m Jewish/agnostic :rolleyes:
    We ain’t going anywhere else, imho
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