m.o.p.o.r.t. My Own Personal Opinion Rant Thread

ThunderHorse17

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What the fuck. I thought texas would be the last first state to pass a law that not only empowers vigilante like antics among citizens bit they will even pay you to do their job of enforcing a state law.

What I wanna know is: is there a loophole for women to get aborted in Oklahoma and then turn around and report the clinic and sue the Uber driver she paid to get there and collect the 10k? Does this law target prostitution and is really some nefarious way to attempt to stem the problem? I don't know now but I believe Texas was or is one of the last states that has legal prostitution.. wouldn't reversing that law be more effective than taking away safe practice abortions?

And the 6 weeks timeline reeks of big pharma to me, as they have drugs to abort the next day after already available for sale not sure if OTC.

Oh and who profits from birth control in all forms... yep you guessed it big pharma.
 

Kwak

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What the fuck. I thought texas would be the last first state to pass a law that not only empowers vigilante like antics among citizens bit they will even pay you to do their job of enforcing a state law.

What I wanna know is: is there a loophole for women to get aborted in Oklahoma and then turn around and report the clinic and sue the Uber driver she paid to get there and collect the 10k? Does this law target prostitution and is really some nefarious way to attempt to stem the problem? I don't know now but I believe Texas was or is one of the last states that has legal prostitution.. wouldn't reversing that law be more effective than taking away safe practice abortions?

And the 6 weeks timeline reeks of big pharma to me, as they have drugs to abort the next day after already available for sale not sure if OTC.

Oh and who profits from birth control in all forms... yep you guessed it big pharma.
It is really fucked up. No exceptions for rape or incest after 6 weeks.
The financial backlash to the state I think will be significant. National companies are going to boycott events in Texas.
 

ThunderHorse17

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It is really fucked up. No exceptions for rape or incest after 6 weeks.
The financial backlash to the state I think will be significant. National companies are going to boycott events in Texas.
Well I saw earlier Missouri is moving to enact similar laws among a dozen states. I'd bet the split among them is huge as far as political color.
 

Kwak

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Well I saw earlier Missouri is moving to enact similar laws among a dozen states. I'd bet the split among them is huge as far as political color.
They are setting up to take the fight to the supreme court. It will be interesting if they stomp on the precedence set by the previous supreme court justices. Something that is very rarely done and usually because the foundation the decision was based on is not relevant in today's world.

Roe v Wade is not one of those cases. It is purely politically motivated by the minority.