Goddamn this is long. Is there a tl;dr version?
antichoice neanderthals are at work in SD. Send money to some campaign there to stop some initiative.
So if McCain loses, Obama will appoint anti-choice justices to the Supreme Court? I'm not following here.
Seriously, you are complaining about people paying $10 for lunch when you blow $2 for a bagel? I bet the people who paid $10 at least had a prepared meal instead of something you could have purchased for much cheaper at a grocery store. What a joke.
Erica, thanks for calling attention to this. It never ceases to amaze me how many illiterate misogynists read this blog.
Kemper Freeman (Freeman Kemper!) is the best advertisement for pro-abortion legislation.
The Eastside, Washington State, and the entire world would have been a better place had his mom had the choice, and exercised it.
Way to go, Erica! (and that HAD to be a sock puppet @ PC complaining about ECB's post being too long, right?)
Blah, blah, blah, scroll, scroll, scroll ... Next!
And this type of shit is exactly why wife and I moved the fuck out of that ass-backwards shithole.Good fuckin' game, SoDak! That's sure to scare the young, promising, recent college grads into getting out as soon as they can, furthering the brain drain that's fucking over your economy! Hi five!
As a broke as shit student, I haven't had a ten dollar meal out in months. Most of my friends are in the same boat. I'm right there with the two dollar bagel. I eat a lot of ramen. Truth is, the economic crisis is probably hitting my age bracket (24-32) the hardest. And I'm not lazy. I would fucking love to work.
Umm, @11, I'm not trying to be mean, but if you're a full time student, how is the economic crisis hitting you?
If you're working, WA still has the lowest unemployment rate on the west coast, at 5.8%. But this economic crisis has primarily thus far been one of the market; and my friends who are at or nearing retirement have lost up to 50% of the money they need to retire.
Perhaps that will make you feel a little better about your situation.
I'm sure this has been explained a billion times, but how would this stand if it passed? Didn't we have, um, that Roe v. Wade thing? Why haven't all the Alabamas and Oklahomas done something like this?
@13, the whole purpose of this law is to challenge Roe v. Wade. The people behind it are counting on the fact that it will be challenged in court if it passes, and they hope it will make it to the Supreme Court so that Roe can be overturned.
Thanks Julia. Sounds way more innocuous than Prop 8, but it'll still be sad if it passes.
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