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. . . and brilliant.

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  • John A. Fleming July 5, 2022, 4:53 PM

    Soon, very soon now, the Federal health bureaucracy will start reimbursing interstate travel expenses for “women’s health services” for its direct payees. No Act of Congress needed, and does not run contra to the Hyde amendment.. After all, it’s not fair that rich women can travel for their needs, while the poor ones can’t afford it and so must be punished for being poor. Such inequity cannot stand! The objectives and goals first proclaimed by Saint Sanger must be achieved.

    By a curious happenstance all the private corporation-provided insurance plans will follow likewise, again without any “mandate” from the Federals. And the insurance rates in those States that restrict abortions will rise to pay for this. You knuckle-dragging maga scum will pay for your impertinence for voting in any other than approved outcomes. The maga scum will sue of course, but Roberts the Firewall will peel off one or more of the three Trumptard supremes and find the language that keeps the interstate travel reimbursements in place.

    Put not your faith and trust in men or women, for you will always be disappointed.

    Man, those New York, Illinois, and California charnel houses are … well, it’s going to be truly awful, assembly lines of death.

  • Tom Hyland July 5, 2022, 8:36 PM

    Exactly what you said, John. Texas will not allow it to happen on their turf so there’s going to be a whole new industry in New Mexico. All we produce here is postcards and green chile…. this state is rock bottom on every level of human advancement. It’s going to become abortion deluxe here and hotels, restaurants, bus lines, car rentals, and just about everything will be enhanced. There were the protests and outcry initially but when I wrote that fact in the local newspaper nobody disagreed. And wow… that rap video was bodacious. That was too sophisticated as standard comedy effort. It would fly right over the heads of the baby killers these days.

    • Vanderleun July 5, 2022, 10:34 PM

      With lack of convenience, the demand will diminish.

      • ghostsniper July 6, 2022, 6:55 AM

        You under estimate the depth of human stupidity. At the risk of insulting animals, there are people out there stupid enough to be closer to animals than humans.

        • Vanderleun July 6, 2022, 8:26 AM

          Alas, I wish I could underestimate, but there is no bottom to human stupidity and depravity. Animals are superior to many humans — I want to say “most” but just can’t bring myself to do it.

        • Carlos the Jackal July 7, 2022, 5:59 AM

          As a result, I have few friends that are lacking tails.

  • Steve (retired/recovering lawyer) July 6, 2022, 9:01 AM

    When I think upon the myriad ways in which people commit all kinds of evil, I blush with shame at being part of humankind. Of course, that emotion is shortly followed by rage at the perpetrators of such evil. It’s a very good thing that God forbears His wrath, but when He no longer does so, there will be many who will be surprised to find that everything they proclaimed a virtue is the basis upon which they are consigned to torment.

  • Speller July 8, 2022, 2:07 PM

    The nazis and the bolsheviks at least murdered their millions because of ideology.
    Women have been murdering innocent children for the sake of mere convenience.

    If there is still going to be a future, I’m betting these women will be more reviled than the nazis and bolsheviks by future generations.