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Mon Sep 18, 2023, 07:25 PM

digby: Mushy pro-life principles


Mushy pro-life principles
Published by digby on September 18, 2023

To those who thought that Trump calling the 6-week abortion bans “terrible” in his interview this weekend would cause the “pro-life” movement to abandon him, think again. Aaron Blake of the WaPo asked Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America about it and this is what they said:

If you ever thought the anti-abortion movement was about anything other than rank politics, you know better now. They are just another political interest group trying to maintain its power in the party. It’s what they’ve always been.

These are people who’ve spent the last five decades screaming that abortion is murder. Now they’re talking about “ambition and common sense” and trying to sell a 15 week abortion ban in order to get votes for their side. Apparently, fetuses may be endowed with all the rights of fully formed human beings but maybe a little genocide under 15 weeks is a small price to pay to maintain political power? Looks like it.

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keithbvadu2 Sep 18 #1

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Mon Sep 18, 2023, 07:53 PM

1. Yet it was no big deal when republican Herschel Walker paid for one.

Yet it was no big deal when republican Herschel Walker paid for one.

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