There are lots of people on here who blame the problems of America on socialists, communists, people on the left in general.
Well, it's a con game of the highest order.
This is the real culprit and destroyer of American values:
ALEC: the American Legislative Exchange Council.
I came across it while researching prisons-for-profit, and today heard about it on the radio.
It's why women's rights are being taken away, gay rights are being fought, and minorities and immigrants are filling the prisons....forever, on minor charges.
Cagsil calls it Corporate Protectionism, I call it Republicorp. Either way---it is the force behind the monied take-over and rigid ideological bent the powers-that-be have been shifting us towards.....against the wishes of most Americans, I might add!
It's stealth and trickery they use to get elected, and once in, they lower the boom.
You know, Senator Harkin called it a Cult....
Stop it, we must!
http://www.thenation.com/signup/161973? … connection
Here is an example of Con-Talk:
"Fascism is a collectivist, big government and anti-capitalist movement. Conservatives on the other hand tend to favor constitutionally limited government, free markets and christian values."
That link up there is no good...I HATE it when you have to join to read!! This one is free!
http://www.npr.org/2011/07/21/138537515 … es?ps=cprs
Dam--it's much better actually!
"Republican legislators picked up 680 seats in state House and Senate chambers in the 2010 elections.
"They now hold more state legislative seats than at any time since 1928, the year that Herbert Hoover came to the presidency," says reporter John Nichols. "They control 25 states [with] both houses of the legislature. There are also 21 states where Republicans control both houses of the legislature and the governorship. And in the backroom of politics, that's what people really want. If you've got governor, state House and state Senate, you can pretty much roll through whatever legislation you want."
Ergo--Wisconsin getting rid of Union's power to stand up for the employee's
Michigan GVr firing elected officials and replacing them with cronies
Immigrant prison-for-profit laws in Arizona
Ohio also with his prison-for-profit, reducing human rights-loving Gvr
The almost dissappearing of women's abortion availability
The rise of Islamophobia....the phony panic about Sharia
Lies about Obama
Tell you one thing....deliver something else.
"Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) signed a bill on Wednesday that bans abortions after 20 weeks if the fetus is determined to be viable, making Ohio the latest in a series of states to ban late-term abortions.
The Ohio bill contains no exceptions for rape or incest and only a very narrow exception for health of the mother, which means that an Ohio physician must be able to prove in court that he performed a late-term abortion to save the woman's life. If a doctor violates this rule, he could be arrested and lose his medical license.
The Ohio law is similar to the 20-week abortion bans that passed in Nebraska in 2010 and in Alabama, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas and Oklahoma in 2011. These bills prohibit all abortions after 20 weeks, while the Ohio bill bans abortions only after the fetus is viable -- but doctors are required to start testing for viability at 20 weeks.
None of the 20-week bans have been challenged in federal court so far, despite the fact that they directly violate Roe v. Wade."
Sounds like Police-State tactics to me.
Not on your life.
It's lock-up mentality.
I will admit I never read Roe V Wade. To me the Abotion issue is easy and tough. To me a woman should have a choice. That part has never been an issue for me. But where I strugle is when is it to late to abort? Can she abort 1 week before due date? 10 weeks, 20 weeks? I would be so against a woman getting an abortion with one week left, but where do you draw the line. The argument rages on about when does life begin. Is 20 weeks a reasonable point in time to say you cannot abort? I really do not know. It is difficult to come to a conclusion on it.
Well, how about you stay out of it, until it happens to you.
I don't hear people wondering about the age of babies that get bombed on a daily basis, or starve to death for lack of food.
They ONLY seem to care when it's in the womb.
And when it's a way to control women.
FOR--if they hated babies being killed, they would be against war and poverty....and they are not. In fact, the most vocal anti-abortionists are FOR both!
by Jackie Lynnley 2 years ago
I read this was true and I just have to know if it is, please! Please provide links to prove what you say. Surely we are not going to be aborting babies ready to come into the world fully developed and healthy?
by Chris Mills 5 years ago
I am pro-life. I am so adamant about seeing the number of abortions decrease that I am in favor of providing contraception to minors without parental consent. I could actually work side by side with a pro-choice person on this point. I may not agree with this person on anything...
by RKHenry 9 years ago
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/8076253.stmMan, dead over abortion. I thought we were out of the darkages. This is what happens when people stop talking. This is what happens when people forget to live like people. Abortion is a right and it is protected by law. ...
by Phocas Vincent 3 years ago
Do you believe in your opinion that in the topic of abortion, the US Government should regulate the procedure or should it be a left to the discretion of the individuals involved? (Please keep it civil and clean guys.)
by Onusonus 19 months ago
A poll for the ladys out there.Planned Parenthood claims that only 3% of their services are for abortion. The rest is for cancer screening and other unrelated health services.So how many of you women out there actually use planned parenthood without the intention of getting an abortion?
by myvoternation 6 years ago
Let's debate this issue!
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