The court’s 6-3 ruling, which upholds a Mississippi law banning abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy, strikes down a landmark decision that has enshrined abortion rights across the U.S. for nearly 50 years.
In reality…Though the left is acting like hysterical children. No one’s opinion has changed. Everyone has known, for sometime,( the leak)Roe was going to be overturned. So the people angry, were already angry. So not sure what votes, if any would be effected in Nov) Fact is..Roe was based on bad law. Our constitution was written to ‘severely limit’ federal authority and rather. Give most authority to the states. Unlike the second amendment, which clearly states right to bear arms. Abortion isn’t mentioned and therefore, can be regulated on a state by state level. If you don’t like the ‘laws’ of the state you live in? Move to another state.( you do have that right in the constitution) or vote those politicians out. It’s reallly ignorance of our form of government. A Representative Republic and the ignorance of the Constitution that are the real sins here.
Regardless of for or against…I believe the power should be left up to the states. Same as marijuana use……not comparing this to marijuana use, but states need their laws to be representative of their majority and elected officials need to represent their constituents including the ones that didn’t vote for them equally.
People vote on how the economy is effecting them.. The polls won’t change much and the blue and left will be swept away, along with their failed ideas and policies which have led economic disaster for America.
There’s a significant point being overlooked by everyone regarding today’s Supreme Court Decision. It’s not about the abolishment of abortion.
It’s about money and political influence.
Today’s decision pushes the responsibility to the State – where it always should have remained. Abortion will be available in those states that support it as decided at the State Legislative level. California, New York, New Jersey and others have already stated that they will actively continue to support abortion.
Also, many major corporations and businesses will actively support their employees through their health-care programs.
[CNN] In 2020, Planned Parenthood’s super PAC made $45 million donations targeted toward Democratic battleground states.
Democrat political funding will be dramatically reduced, as seen in the Texas decision to prohibit abortion, as other states join the prohibition on abortion.