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coalition_unwilling Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Mar-07-06 03:22 PM
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48. Thank you -- please understand that the true target of this law
is not all women, but only the poor (who cannot afford to travel to a "Blue State" for family planning services).

This is an issue worth going to prison for.
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  -This might surprise the hell out of any complacent supporters of choice Rose Siding  Mar-07-06 09:43 AM   #0 
  - not to mention the expense of going three states over  shoelace414   Mar-07-06 09:44 AM   #1 
  - UNDERGROUND RAILROAD FOR PREGNANT WOMEN. n/t  in_cog_ni_to   Mar-07-06 09:46 AM   #2 
  - Thank you -- please understand that the true target of this law  coalition_unwilling   Mar-07-06 03:22 PM   #48 
  - Yes, the fundie police will be at your door 10 months after your  Mayberry Machiavelli   Mar-07-06 09:47 AM   #3 
  - This is horrible!  ayeshahaqqiqa   Mar-07-06 09:47 AM   #4 
  - Bingo, will pregnacy tests become illegal too?  cryingshame   Mar-07-06 03:37 PM   #52 
  - Maybe I am one of the naive,  Goblinmonger   Mar-07-06 09:47 AM   #5 
  - Custodial parents are routinely prohibited from such travel  Crowdance   Mar-07-06 10:01 AM   #13 
  - But there are already laws that treat the fetus as a person  Goblinmonger   Mar-07-06 10:15 AM   #16 
     - The script for making sure a lot happens was written long ago  Crowdance   Mar-07-06 10:52 AM   #24 
        - Of course  Goblinmonger   Mar-07-06 11:20 AM   #26 
           - I sure hope you're right! It'd be great if they'd stop the insanity. n/t  Crowdance   Mar-07-06 11:30 AM   #28 
              - Some days I am sure I am wrong given the crazy shit Bush gets away with.  Goblinmonger   Mar-07-06 11:36 AM   #31 
  - No, it isn't. It is no leap at all. If you can, in essence, make a woman's  greyhound1966   Mar-07-06 10:53 AM   #25 
     - Well for a couple of reasons  Goblinmonger   Mar-07-06 11:25 AM   #27 
        - Well a couple of things. What could possibly be more 'private'  greyhound1966   Mar-07-06 11:40 AM   #33 
           - Well, we don't have that now.  Goblinmonger   Mar-07-06 11:52 AM   #34 
              - You make my point. You and I are commodities to be bought and sold  greyhound1966   Mar-07-06 11:56 AM   #37 
                 - If that's your point, then I agree.  Goblinmonger   Mar-07-06 12:21 PM   #41 
  - The Handmaid's Tale anyone?  TAPat   Mar-07-06 09:47 AM   #6 
  - they will use the commerce laws (they have tried already)  Solly Mack   Mar-07-06 09:49 AM   #7 
  - Someone might think to register pregnant women and monitor  Arkansas Granny   Mar-07-06 09:52 AM   #8 
  - This was a proposed law, in VA, I believe.  Lindsay   Mar-07-06 10:12 AM   #15 
     - Va. HB 1677-never got anywhere but it was proposed  underpants   Mar-07-06 11:37 AM   #32 
  - Yep. That would be the next step  Jacobin   Mar-07-06 09:53 AM   #9 
  - Every miscarriage will require a coroner's inquest  Walt Starr   Mar-07-06 09:54 AM   #10 
  - It is already well-established federal law...  TechBear_Seattle   Mar-07-06 09:58 AM   #11 
  - That's where Federal Legislation comes in  Walt Starr   Mar-07-06 10:00 AM   #12 
  - I'm sure they will try  TechBear_Seattle   Mar-07-06 10:07 AM   #14 
  - Harsh criticism from the GOP rank and file over access to abortion?  Walt Starr   Mar-07-06 10:17 AM   #17 
     - Harsh criticism over an assault on states' sovereign rights  TechBear_Seattle   Mar-07-06 10:42 AM   #23 
  - That would be a pretty hard sell, even for BushCo  Goblinmonger   Mar-07-06 10:18 AM   #18 
     - It won't stop them,  Walt Starr   Mar-07-06 10:22 AM   #19 
        - I'm not saying  Goblinmonger   Mar-07-06 10:38 AM   #21 
           - some states may make it illegal for their residents to use stem cell  bobbieinok   Mar-07-06 03:18 PM   #47 
              - In the absence of a federal law  Goblinmonger   Mar-08-06 11:06 AM   #56 
  - Excellent, excellent information. Thanks. Hope it stands.  RazzleDazzle   Mar-07-06 02:46 PM   #44 
  - Watch for "Promise Keeper" legislation.l...you nailed it. n/t  autorank   Mar-07-06 10:31 AM   #20 
  - What's Promise Keeper Legislation? Thanks.  lectrobyte   Mar-07-06 10:39 AM   #22 
     - I had the same question.  mom cat   Mar-07-06 11:31 AM   #29 
     - Did some googling, turned up this.  lectrobyte   Mar-07-06 11:53 AM   #35 
        - Zowiee! Restoration of the inquisition is their wet dream. All  mom cat   Mar-07-06 01:07 PM   #43 
     - Check these guys out...  autorank   Mar-07-06 03:10 PM   #45 
  - Handmaid's Tale. It looks like these bastards feel like they  leeroysphits   Mar-07-06 11:33 AM   #30 
  - Are they going to have fetus detectors  savemefromdumbya   Mar-07-06 11:54 AM   #36 
  - Wouldn't that mean they'd have to pay for the health care?  DrGonzoLives   Mar-07-06 11:57 AM   #38 
  - Time ....  BoneDaddy   Mar-07-06 12:10 PM   #39 
  - With REAL ID, pregnant women would be traced easity  Nikki Stone 1   Mar-07-06 12:15 PM   #40 
  - So that will now be a part of homeland security - preboarding  lonestarnot   Mar-07-06 12:42 PM   #42 
  - so no fat women under 50 can cross state lines?  pitohui   Mar-07-06 03:13 PM   #46 
  - Appearance vs. Reality -- the real target of the law  coalition_unwilling   Mar-07-06 03:27 PM   #49 
  - Even if they don't imprison women in a state for being pregnant,  Cleita   Mar-07-06 03:29 PM   #50 
  - Oh my, that's extreme. And it makes it clear, this isn't about the fetus  cryingshame   Mar-07-06 03:34 PM   #51 
  - the tourism assumption presumes a simple overturning, as well  0rganism   Mar-07-06 03:37 PM   #53 
  - This article cites a study that found only 13% of US counties have access  Rose Siding   Mar-07-06 04:39 PM   #54 
  - Questions:  Turn CO Blue   Mar-07-06 08:34 PM   #55 
     - Are you ready to see the answers?  0rganism   Mar-08-06 02:37 PM   #57 
 

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