Iowa wastes more taxpayer money


#102

Gremlins ate it.


#103

No it doesn’t.


#104

Who’s womb is it inhabiting?


#105

Yes it does hence all the discussion of same and laws regulating abortion.


#106

Right, because “occupy” only has a military connotation. The fetus is occupying the woman’s womb. Quit being a ■■■■■■■ contrarian just for the sake of it. Don’t to have some fake Soros quotes to spread somewhere?


#107

Murder?

LOL

a constitutional right.

Have at it to try and amend the constitution.

Allan


#108

You choose your words for effect.

If you can’t handle being called on it, don’t post.

A baby resides where it is conceived and implanted unless and until it comes to term or is removed.


#109

Funny how all these Cons are so gung-ho in their support of Israel - a country with extremely liberal abortion laws.


#110

which makes it our business.

No it doesn’t.


#111

And I didn’t use it in the military sense, so you’re calling out nothing. If a woman doesn’t want another human occupying her body, taking her bodily resources and imposing a risk to her health, she can expel it unrestricted up to viability.


#112

and a country which kills 8 month old babies


#113

As I said, this is a GAMBLE, by Iowa Republicans. Gamble’s can be won or lost. :smile:


#114

That’s simply sick.


#115

Inspiration can come from strange places.

Like defense attorneys, abortion doctors do unpopular work to protect a Constitutional right, and that deserves everyone’s admiration.


#116

This is where these discussions on elective abortions go into the Twilight Zone. Where is it in the constitution where person A can end the life of person B, for the sake of person A’s convenience? Because that is the way people look at abortion.

Everyone has some point during the pregnancy, where that fetus is a human baby, a person, and they have the right to life. The twisted way these discussions go, is when one person ridicules another, for disagreeing when the fetus becomes an actual person worthy of society’s protections.


#117

Good post.


#118

Even Iowa AG won’t defend this POS legislation.

Allan


#119

You came into this thread behaving like a jerk – not to discuss the OP but to chastise people for discussing something that’s happening in Iowa. And you have the nerve to tell someone to “go troll someone else?” Your’e the troll.


#120

UPDATE:

It is officially ON. :smile:

The ACLU of Iowa and the Planned Parenthood Federation of American have jointly filed a lawsuit in the Polk County District Court of Iowa. (Polk County is home to Des Moines.)


#121

i wish there was a way to make the idiots that voted for this law personally financially liable for teh cost of the lawsuit against it. (i know its not possible)