Sunday, July 3, 2022

Republicans & Abortion - Time For Common Sense

Socialist Fascists support abortion infanticide right up until birth and even after.  Now that Roe and Casey have been overturned by the Supreme Court, the Blue States will go well beyond former viability rules and enact totally unrestricted abortion in their states.  As a result, when the Republicans take control of Congress they should pass a national abortion law to stop this heinous infanticide.  

It could be very simple.  For those states that allow abortion, the heartbeat law should be applicable to most abortions, which means in about 96% of abortions, they would not be legal after about 7 weeks pregnancy.  In cases of Rape or Incest, about 1% of abortions, or if the mother's life is in danger another 1% of abortions and in cases of fetal abnormalities allow up to viability of the baby, about 20 weeks.  And, there needs to be regulations related to telemedicine and shipping abortion pills across state lines, which probably is legal under interstate commerce laws.  Those pills used in 57% of abortions today can only be used before 11 weeks of pregnancy so not too far off from the heart beat rule.   

In all probability, Joe Biden would veto this national abortion law because Socialist Fascists want abortion as an election issue.  However, by passing this law, Republicans would be taking abortion off the table for the majority of Americans.  Conservatives organizations are encouraging Republicans to enact a reasonable national abortion law.  Pro-Life groups would support this law because it would limit abortion in Blue States and not prevent Red States from prohibiting abortion in their states.  

This would be a win win for Republicans who could then paint Socialist Fascists as radicals supporting infanticide right up until birth and even after.  While the majority of Americans believe that abortion should be safe, legal and rare, they do not support heinous infanticide.  Republicans need to come together on this issue.  Doing nothing is not a plan.  

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