Tuesday, May 3, 2022

Baby Killers And Whores Get Rekt

If you thought the freak out after the 2016 election was bad, you ain't seen nothing yet. A draft of the much anticipated Supreme Court decision that rightly overturns Roe v Wade has been "leaked":


The leak is very suspicious:

No draft decision in the modern history of the court has been disclosed publicly while a case was still pending. The unprecedented revelation is bound to intensify the debate over what was already the most controversial case on the docket this term.

I assume this unprecedented "leak" was done intentionally to soften the blow when the actual ruling comes down because there are going to be some serious chimp outs from ugly feminists* who no one wants to impregnate anyway (*I know "ugly feminist" is redundant). Let them start to blow up now so maybe they will be spent when it comes down but it could backfire and just give them more time to get wound up. 

Wherever you come down on abortion and my own position has evolved over the years, it is without question that Roe v Wade was an abomination. Justice Samuel Alito in the "leaked" draft put it well:
“Roe was egregiously wrong from the start. Its reasoning was exceptionally weak, and the decision has had damaging consequences. And far from bringing about a national settlement of the abortion issue, Roe and Casey have enflamed debate and deepened division.”
Quite true, as anyone who has actually read the decision already knows.

The "right" to murder an unborn child is an unholy sacrament for the Left, the ultimate blood sacrifice to seal their governing philosophy that demands no accountability for individual decisions and actions. For the Left this is an assault on something they consider sacred and it won't be accepted meekly as "conservatives" respond to every setback.

Of course overturning Roe doesn't ban abortion, it simply returns to the states the decision on whether to allow abortion or not. This is in keeping with the 10th Amendment as the Constitution makes no mention in any sense regarding abortion. 

“The Constitution does not prohibit the citizens of each State from regulating or prohibiting abortion,” the draft concludes. “Roe and Casey arrogated that authority. We now overrule those decisions and return that authority to the people and their elected representatives.”

Some states will allow infanticide, others will restrict it and many will ban it outright. This will have the effect of further dividing the nation up by "Blue" and "Red" states, reinforcing that we are two different people dwelling uneasily under one legal construct. Perhaps this will push us to have the conversation we need to have before this turns to bloodshed.

Whatever comes next it will be ugly and likely violent but the tears and rage of would-be baby killers will be delicious.

15 comments:

  1. I will be hydrating off of the tsunami of liberal tears today.

    I went over to DailyKos (commie lib site) when this news broke. (I always go there whenever there is a big surprise for our side so I can bask in the mental illness in the comments.) They didn't disappoint.

    And I learned something: to the left, it is not pro-choice vs pro-life. It is pro-choice vs "forced birth". Always changing the language...

    I was adopted in the 60s when the "choice" was to either keep the child or put the child up for adoption. I think that was better for the country. And come to think of it, it was better for me too.

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    1. Millions of people didn't get the same opportunity as you, and I am glad your parents were able to adopt you.

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    2. Yep - both lucky and VERY outspoken on the subject.

      The wait then for adoptive parents then was 2yrs. They waited another 2yrs to adopt my sister. The requirements: heterosexual married couple with no criminal history. Not sure that is still the standard today...

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    3. I am sure it is not but the wait for a non-special needs White kid is probably many more years than that.

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  2. The draft decision correctly pointed out that there was never a precedent or common law history of allowing abortions. In fact, the opposite was true as most states banned or heavily restricted abortion prior to Roe. Even Ruth Bader Ginsburg admitted the legal foundation for Roe is shaky.

    This issue should have been left to the states to deal with as it is closer to the people than the Federal government.

    The rumor is that a Supreme Court clerk leaked the draft decision and likely that works for one of the "liberal" justices.

    Now can we get a 2-hit combo with a favorable Bruen v. NYSRPA decision and drink more "liberal" tears and mine more salt.

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    1. Not one in ten thousand people screeching about Roe being overturned could give you a valid reason for the decision or defend it against what Alito wrote. What I wonder now is what the Left will do in response because they won't let this slide.

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  3. those who wanted to abort simply went to another state to do it and it was not a hardship
    also fornication was not a national pastime back then
    planned parenthood theoretically started as a pregnancy prevention service but money raised its demonic head and it has been no holds barred since then
    this is serving some hidden agenda in some way
    interesting to see what the left's planned response is going to be

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    1. Whatever it is won't be pretty, they are going to lose their collective shit over this.

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  4. It is a hallmark of leftist thinking that perverted, selfish behaviors are tolerated (at least the 'approved' ones) and no one is personally responsible for their willful mistakes.

    Just where does your "right" to an abortion meet the conceived, yet unborn child's "right" to live? Women seem to have an in-born ability to successfully juggle the cognitive dissonance that allegedly makes them "kinder, gentler" but only up until it infringes on their "right" to slut-without-consequences. The fat, pink-haired, shrieking harridans who damn hunters to hell are the same ones who take to the streets for their "right" to murder the unborn. That is just cog-diss taken to eleven.

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  5. All of the hysterical (look up the roots of THAT word) caterwauling is misplaced as your last few paragraphs point out. This IS a tenth amendment issue, and if Susie Creamcheese wants her abortion, she may have to travel to a state the will permit it. Ho-hum.

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    1. Even in the heart of the Midwest where most states will outlaw abortion, like my state of Indiana, you can easily get to Illinois where it will certainly remain legal.

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  6. I realize that all unborn and very young children are innocent but I consider it a blessing when the fetuses of those lefty psycho trollops are spared from the perversity of having to grow up in a moral sewer - as well as being groomed to perpetuate the madness of their 'parents'!
    The best way to prevent shit breeding shit is through mandatory sterilization. Try running that through the sheeple and their two-legged turd politicians!!

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  7. I'm fine with it being a state-by-state issue. If you don't like the law in my state keep your blue hair, unicorn pajama wearing ass out.

    I would also like to see a law on the books that reads "any non-citizen without proper paperwork will be subject to a $5,000 fine and 30 days in jail."

    Also, school vouchers for all children so you can decide where your kid goes to school, and if you home school you can put that money in the bank.

    I've got more but I'm getting off track here

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  8. I think this ruling is for the express purpose of further dividing us into red/blue sides, just as the move towards both extremes of guns has been. Keep us hating each other, not those in charge

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  9. And lo, there was much coping and seething . . .

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