r/WhitePeopleTwitter Oct 06 '22 Helpful 1 Vibing 1

Finally somebody said it!

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u/I_am_u_as_r_me Oct 06 '22

It’s not just vapors though, they are literally using religion to determine choices that dramatically psychologically and physically hurt people. Religion needs to stay out of govt. period. In other news, Christ is doing nothing as Mohammed is doing nothing and all other gods in each country desperately praying and trying to change politics or kill on their behalf so get out of whatever religious bubble one might be in and open your eyes.

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u/jesusismyupline Oct 07 '22

government is people, people is religion so religion are government easy peasy fascist squeezy

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u/Davidrussell22 Oct 07 '22 edited Oct 07 '22

If I don't bake you a cake, I'm hardly hurting you. Hurting gays is when Muslims throw them off roofs to their deaths.

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u/jayhanski Oct 07 '22

Why can’t both be bad

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u/Davidrussell22 Oct 07 '22

Some people believe that. But pedophilia is universally despised.

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u/jayhanski Oct 07 '22

No one’s mentioned pedophilia so I’m not really sure what you’re point is

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u/Davidrussell22 Oct 07 '22

Maybe you should just take a nap.

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u/thekux Oct 07 '22

Where does religion play in the abortion debate? People who believe Abortion is wrong, Christians but Muslims as well, The leftist says it’s religion. According to the left the unborn child is not a child and has no rights. Cording to the left and abortion is OK at any time for any reason during the pregnancy. First trimester second and third it doesn’t matter

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u/olivinebean Oct 07 '22

Life is determined by brain activity in most intelligent countries. That's why most first world places stop abortion past 21 weeks unless there are disabilities like spinal bífida, then termination is still possible. Parents can also opt to let a baby die naturally once born if there are issues that went undetected before birth. Religious beliefs just aren't a common factor is many countries, we don't care, we don't believe in that shit and some of the ones that do don't force others to act the same way. It's that simple.

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u/thekux Oct 07 '22

The heartbeat doesn’t count to you. It’s 15 weeks in most countries not 21. All of the abortion supporters are going to have to tell us now when is it inappropriate? And the answer is it’s never inappropriate. Any time for any reason that’s where the left is

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u/meglingbubble Oct 07 '22

Any time for any reason that’s where the left is

Where are you getting this rubbish from? No one is asking for people to be able to get abortions willy nilly. Late term abortions are rarely, if ever wanted. They are the very rare cases where a mother has put their health and time into gestating this, probably already loved, baby. Then tragedy strikes and for whatever reason the baby will not have any sense of a quality life, so they make the awful decision to have an abortion. People don't get to that late stage and suddenly decide they don't want a baby and abort it for convenience. Where ever you're getting this from is lying to you

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u/thekux Oct 07 '22

Democrats don’t answer the question and neither did you.

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u/Alone_Cauliflower_74 Oct 07 '22

Here's the answer, WE ARE ALL PRO-LIFE! No one is "pro-death". It takes a great deal for a woman to choose abortion and NO ONE is getting an abortion in the 9th month, no one goes through an entire pregnancy to change their mind at the last minute...that's bs and an ignorant right-wing talking point that makes no sense. But the bottom line is that it's none of your business what someone else chooses to do. You make choices for yourself, you do not have the right to make those choices for anyone else.

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u/thekux Oct 07 '22

Democrats are the biggest supporters of partial-birth abortion

https://cdn.cnn.com/cnn/ampfiles/ampbanner/cnn-app-banner-manifest.json

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u/meglingbubble Oct 07 '22

What specific question would you like an answer to? ETA: Because I can't work it out from your original comment.

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u/thekux Oct 07 '22

When is it inappropriate to have an abortion?

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u/meglingbubble Oct 07 '22

People aren't answering because you're wording it weirdly. You could argue that discussing abortion is inappropriate in front of children or the recently bereaved, but the act of abortion can't be described as "appropriate" or "inappropriate" because there is never a standard case, everyone's situation is different.

What I think you're trying to ask is "where do we draw the line?" And, as several people have already answered, usually it's about 17 weeks for "elective" abortions, where the mother can end the pregnancy for any reason. This gives the mother time from the initial 12 weeks to make the decision. After that point, its restricted to when it is medically necessary, either mentally or physically. No one is calling for late stage abortions on a whim and saying people are is a disservice to all those who have tragically lost a loved one in this way.

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u/thekux Oct 07 '22

You can’t answer it that’s why it’s never too late to have an abortion with the modern Democrat party. In fact they want us to celebrate abortion instead of keeping it safe and rare it needs to be celebrated

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u/olivinebean Oct 07 '22

The world is much bigger than your little god fearing country

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u/thekux Oct 07 '22

Don’t come for a visit

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u/sunnydaysahead2022 Oct 06 '22

I have plenty of Catholic friends who feel the same.

The new abortion laws do not allow for mercy.

And my friends believe in mercy - they also believe in the separation of church and state.

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u/PoorCorrelation Oct 07 '22

Catholics are pretty 50/50 on the political divide. Their morals just don’t aline perfectly with any US political party.

I know plenty of Catholics who value policies that help the poor, sick, imprisoned, immigrants, etc. over anti-abortion laws or don’t want back-alley abortions killing women

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u/[deleted] Oct 07 '22

That's perspective. The problem is the church is run by old Italian men who think women should be incubators just like the assholes running the anti-abortion push state side.

I could see a large portion of Catholics just flat out rejecting Rome's authority and canonizing a new Pope somewhere else.

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u/Background_Rich6766 Oct 07 '22

but the pope that is now in power is actually Argentinian and a pretty good guy, I may be wrong but didn't he condemn the anti-abortion laws passed in tge US? (Easter European Catholic here, and I do believe the shit going on in the US with all the ultra religious Republicans is crazy)

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u/PurgatoryRider85 Oct 07 '22

Yes- he’s a Jesuit, the most liberal wing of priests in the Catholic Church. Look up their order’s philosophies, and you may be surprised to see how much space they allow for nuance when it comes to tackling moral/ethical/political situations

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u/Worshaw Oct 07 '22

Yeah I’m not even Catholic and I like this pope. I believe he did speak out against the repeal of Roe v Wade. I’m more upset by these so called pro lifer’s who all about children’s rights up until they kid pops out. Suddenly they get all quiet and ask silly questions like why did you have a kid you can’t afford, or why did you have a kid you don’t want. It’s literally now because you made them have it. They had options before. Now they don’t.

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u/find_the_night Oct 07 '22

The option before was to kill the kid they didn’t want, is that right? Sounds way better!

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u/[deleted] Oct 07 '22

10 year old gets raped by her father, gets pregnant has to carry the child to term.

Woman has an ectopic pregnancy that's a life threatening condition, can't get an abortion in a ban state and dies.

Woman has a baby that dies in utero and starts to rot, which kills her via blood poisoning.

This is the world you're creating. Where a bunch of fucking cells barely any different than bacteria matter more than actual living people.

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u/[deleted] Oct 07 '22

I may be wrong but didn't he condemn the anti-abortion laws passed in tge US?

Got me, I never heard that one. I'm just saying that if they don't bend with the times they'll eventually break. It's not the first time the Catholic church has had a schizim after all.

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u/turnophrasetk421 Oct 07 '22

Would not be the first time

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u/DanYHKim Oct 06 '22

The gay wedding cake idea is really strange because it actually goes against the teachings of the Bible, I am pretty sure.

There's a story of the general Naaman who was healed of leprosy after following the instructions of the prophet Elisha. After being healed, he declared that he would only worship the God of Elisha. However he was a general of a pagan country, and he had responsibilities. So he asked for some advice before he left the presence of the prophet:

But may the Lord forgive your servant for this one thing: When my master enters the temple of Rimmon to bow down and he is leaning on my arm and I have to bow there also—when I bow down in the temple of Rimmon, may the Lord forgive your servant for this.”

“Go in peace,” Elisha said.

It is pretty clear that Elisha has no problem with Naaman conducting his duties to his king, including Bowing down in the temple of another God when that is simply an inadvertent result of his obligation to his king.

In the same way, I am pretty sure that there is no problem with a baker whose store is open to the public making a cake for a gay wedding.

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u/FNCJ1 Oct 07 '22

You cannot use the bible to reason religious bigots out of hate. They cling to hate. Using their mythological text in an attempt to move them away from hate doesn't work. They see it as a purposeful twisting of the bible, which makes you a sinner and therefore not to be trusted. Under any further circumstances.

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u/DanYHKim Oct 07 '22

You make a good point there. They will not be convinced by any kind of argument. You misunderstand, however, that it actually is the teaching and example found in the Bible that enables me to be open-minded.

I believe that the ones who carry hatred and bigotry are the ones who are unfaithful to their own religion. This is a very sad thing, and it is an indictment against their pastors, who should have taught them better.

I believe there is a terrible curse upon those who do this. Those who mislead while in the position of teacher will carry a terrible burden of punishment. Unfortunately, that is for the hereafter while the rest of us must live in the now. That makes it pretty useless for us, in truth.

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u/DragonBuster69 Oct 07 '22

Yeah, I am a Christian (just full disclosure) and most likely the ones that preach hate are the ones that really twist everything. It says "Love thy neighbor" (platonic/brotherly love), not Love thy neighbor unless they have sinned (also "All have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God").

Anyway, what I was wanting to say before I started on that rant, is that if any of them actually studied the Bible or remembered passages from it, they would probably equate it to Satan tempting Jesus in the desert when he took passages from the old testament out of context (or something to that effect) to trip Jesus up.

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u/frigginfugget Oct 07 '22

they cling to hate

Ironic

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u/Alone_Cauliflower_74 Oct 07 '22

They cling to "power"..that's why they're willing to accept Walker, trump, etc..it gives them power.

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u/Worshaw Oct 07 '22

Excellent point. Not sure the actual haters will understand though.

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u/DanYHKim Oct 07 '22

No, they will not.

They are not motivated by actual faith, but use "faith"as an excuse for hate.

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u/michalemabelle Oct 06 '22

Not the vapors!

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u/AlternativeShadows Oct 07 '22

Is pearl dust okay?

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u/A3HeadedMunkey Oct 07 '22

Negative. Only spice melange

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u/[deleted] Oct 07 '22

radio, tv, and even the press. . .

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u/CRL10 Oct 06 '22 All-Seeing Upvote

That's because Biden realizes the lesson of Catholism is be a decent human being and not an asshole.

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u/[deleted] Oct 06 '22

Evangelicals don’t want a church state separate

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u/Kvenner001 Oct 06 '22

They will once it impedes some aspect of their lives. Whether that is outlawing something they care about or making Thursday a mandatory prayer service instead of bowling night.

One only needs to look at any of the other theocratic governments now and in the past to see it never works well for the vast majority of the people.

Not that you could convince any of these “freedom” loving nuts that there actions are smothering the very freedoms they have and want.

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u/A3HeadedMunkey Oct 07 '22

They very clearly didn't learn history on purpose, or else they'd know that most holidays were outlawed by the church, such as Christmas. Puritans specifically had it as a criminal offense to celebrate. Only really came out of being condemned by the church because of Dickens

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u/judyvi Oct 07 '22

No no. You misunderstand. They don’t want a separation of their church and their rules and state… This is about them keeping control. What do they care about the vast majority. Or other churches and beliefs.

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u/Kvenner001 Oct 07 '22

For the people in power you’re right. but I was talking about the people that keep them in power. the common idiot.

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u/Charnerie Oct 06 '22

Amazing when a collection of millennia old stories are taken as stories and not iron clad law

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u/DanYHKim Oct 06 '22

He takes them to be law, but understands that the Bible was written during many times when the Jews lived under the rule of others.

Even Daniel, having been raised as a hostage, served the conquering king faithfully while keeping faith with his own God. It was only in the observance of dietary restrictions and not bowing to idols that he put his foot down, and he never insisted that his king abandon his own religion.

That is, in the civil service of a pagan kingdom, Daniel kept his duties separate from his practice of faith except in the most direct and personal actions. In the same way, Biden faithfully executes the office of President of this secular nation, keeping faith to God and submission to his Church in his own life and within the sphere of his family.

As it ought to be.

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u/Cabride2 Oct 07 '22

As a Christian, this is such a good way of looking at it!

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u/find_the_night Oct 07 '22

No, it isn’t.

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u/DragonBuster69 Oct 07 '22

And because of the separation of church and state as well as the first amendment of the US constitution (which includes the freedom of religion), we are all allowed to have differing views and express them publicly.

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u/barryandorlevon Oct 06 '22

I was raised catholic and we were always taught that the stories were just that- stories. I didn’t realize that anyone took the Bible fully literally until a friend’s rich aunt paid for us to go to a Young Life camp in Colorado, and by then I was stuck amongst them. It was weird.

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u/find_the_night Oct 07 '22

Is that really the lesson of Catholicism? Can you back that up with evidence?

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u/zxcoblex Oct 06 '22

Also, politicians should be governing the way their constituents want, not based on their personal beliefs.

They were elected to represent, so start actually representing.

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u/find_the_night Oct 07 '22

Yeah! Like when he was first in office and said that he would work even harder for the people who didn’t vote for him. I guess by work harder for them he meant call them terrorists and sick the DOJ on them for speaking at local school board meetings.

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u/zxcoblex Oct 07 '22

Maybe they shouldn’t try to overthrow the government and be criminals?

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u/[deleted] Oct 06 '22

But it's not discrimination because they could have gotten a cake with a man and a woman on it. /S

BTW, that's an actual defense I've heard Qultists use.

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u/GetFisty Oct 07 '22

there's this common refrain that is often repeated about the black community, that black people are more conservative, and would gladly vote republican if they gave up the racism.

...now, that is totally off, as the black community are actually economically very left-wing, so we would never fit neatly into Republican ideology even without the racism...most Christian black people are very pro universal healthcare, etc.

but the "socially conservative" aspect is a little bit truer, but still way off

because, even though black people tend to lean a bit more socially conservative, we would never want to impose our values or beliefs onto the bodies of other people.

for instance, my grandmother is a very christain and socially conservative woman, and constantly talks shit about gay people, trans people, and is very anti-abortion...

but she would never vote pro-life, because despite her personal leanings, she would never want to impose her personal values onto other women.

that's the difference between a "conservative" and an "authoritarian" not all conservatives are authoritarian. many are able and willing to separate their personal beliefs from their ideas about public policy.

the republican party isn't really a "conservative" party in that sense, they're a far-right authoritarian party.

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u/abstractism Oct 06 '22

Keep your kid touching religion out of my government.

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u/sunnydaysahead2022 Oct 06 '22

Yes - and they are ALL kid touching religions.

;)

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u/mymanhenry84052255 Oct 07 '22

Joe Biden knows a thing or two about touching kids

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u/PoorCorrelation Oct 07 '22

Ah yes, let’s remove all meaning from the term “pedophile” by assigning it to people we disagree with politically. That won’t dilute the horrors of child sex abuse at all. (/s cause I’m worried you’re a moron)

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u/mymanhenry84052255 Oct 07 '22

You never responded, but that’s so dishonest of you to change my words like that. I hope that maybe through the video I sent you can change your mind on this subject and view Biden for what he is: a creepy old pervert

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u/frigginfugget Oct 07 '22

No one said pedophile. Biden likes to smell little kids and he has talked about them touching his leg. There’s literally minutes of footage of him smelling and touching children. Not my fault he’s a pr nightmare. did someone get their feelings hurt because their favorite president has done and said some questionable things??🥺Learn to take a joke.

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u/mymanhenry84052255 Oct 07 '22 edited Oct 07 '22

I never called him a pedophile? I said he groped kids which is true. Here is your evidence. If you wanna defend him touching kids that’s up to you.

https://youtu.be/V4PLSPvJ9BY

Edit: The people who are downvoting this are just ignoring the truth. Downvote me all you want, the truth will remain.

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u/LordVit Oct 07 '22

How is grabbing someone's arm to move then for a picture groping? Did I miss something in the video you posted?

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u/mymanhenry84052255 Oct 07 '22

You didn’t watch the entire video. He caresses their hair, grabs their breast in one, and leans in several time for whispering in their ears. I guess you did miss a few things 🤷‍♂️

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u/LordVit Oct 07 '22

Ok man I took the time to watch this shit again and all's I see is an old dude taking pictures with families and trying to be nice. Also to let you know I hate Biden (granted I also hate trump). You have spent too much time in the echo chamber my dude. Go outside and get some fresh air

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u/Rarely_Melancholy Oct 07 '22

This was a good one. Is just the way they touch the hair on his legs.

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u/NovaPrime11249-44396 Oct 06 '22

"Fighting hard" would have been codifying it first, knowing the court was stacked the way it is.

We lose freedoms because democrats would rather be reactionary than actually do any proactive good.

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u/Harold-the-Bat Oct 06 '22

That ship sailed before he took office. It would’ve had to have been Obama.

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u/Zombie13a Oct 06 '22

Why? (Legit, not trying be flip)

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u/Harold-the-Bat Oct 06 '22

Biden has never had the votes to get abortion rights through congress. Obama might have, early in the game, but he chose the ACA instead. And that was still just a might.

ETA: and the damage to the Supreme Court was already done before he took office. Once again, it could’ve been prevented during Obama’s term, but only if RBG had retired early.

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u/15jtaylor443 Oct 06 '22

Yeah, the faults lie with Obama, but I'm not mad. He was passionate with the ACA. I wish things could have gone differently. I wish he could have done both, but the democrats held an absolute majority for only a few months, and he used it to push ACA. But the electorate was sick of democrats and wanted Republicans. The democrats never held an absolute majority since.

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u/Zombie13a Oct 06 '22

RBG Retiring early wouldn't have mattered. McConnell would have stonewalled any appointment just like he did with Garland.

I see what you mean now, tho. Thanks.

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u/Harold-the-Bat Oct 06 '22

If she’d retired during his first term, McConnell couldn’t have blocked him.

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u/judyvi Oct 07 '22

I really hate this argument. Like she was supposed to prophetically know that she was going to die at the wrong time. This lady worked her ass off to get abortion passed and all we can do is say she should have know to retire specifically in the first year of his presidency like she should have just known.

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u/ArielRR Oct 07 '22

Pretty sure he has the ability to use an executive order to let VA hospitals do abortions for everyone, or use federal land to set up clinics

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u/judyvi Oct 07 '22

She continued, “And importantly, in states where abortion is now illegal, women and providers who are not federal employees, as you look at the federal land, could be potentially – be prosecuted. And so this is, as we understand why they would put forward this proposal, there’s actually dangerous ramifications to doing this.”

can we please be better than the idiots on the right and actually look shit up

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u/jsc503 Oct 06 '22

Codifying it legislatively means it could be repealed by a republican congress, and it would be on day one of the next session they are the majority. Traditionally, something that has been affirmed by the court as constitutionally protected, and twice reaffirmed, is much more stable than, and has no need for, legislation. We got an extremist court that threw precedent out the window. That's the only entity at fault here. (Man, dems are quick to blame themselves for everything. "I deserved it - look what I was wearing!")

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u/Secret_Assumption_20 Oct 06 '22

We don't need anyone doing anything proactive.

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u/TheNullOfTheVoid Oct 07 '22

They don’t want separation of church and state. They want implementation of their church into the state. Why do you think so many of them believe, “OUR church will go to heaven but every other church in existence, and everyone that doesn’t even go to church, will all suffer in the fiery pits of the burning lake of Hell”?

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u/[deleted] Oct 06 '22

What people don’t realize is that Afghanistan Iraq all of those countries have governments based on religion. We have always disagreed with it but now we are allowing the evangelicals to take over the government here in the United States. They should definitely be kept separate.

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u/judyvi Oct 07 '22

Who is we? The evangelicals disagreed because they’re brown and the wrong religion. Not because they think there’s anything wrong with the actual system. Why were allowing a minority to rule over us instead of bothering to vote. Well that you have to ask the idiots who don’t vote.

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u/[deleted] Oct 07 '22

Philosophically the United States, we the US, principles were based on separation of church and state. And to cut down to the root the reason why the US has been so greatly involved in the Middle East is about oil. That’s all it about it’s about the $$$.

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u/judyvi Oct 07 '22

Yes that’s why the government is in it. They sold it by pushing the racism and anti Muslim sentiment

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u/[deleted] Oct 07 '22

And philosophically A portion of the US has always been against people of color. That’s why the evangelical movement is based in the south. Of which I am one. So you’re not telling me anything about how the US treats non-whites.

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u/Consistent-Scheme619 Oct 07 '22

The muhfuggin vapors 😭

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u/Aiizimor Oct 07 '22

Gana be honest with you chief. Im pretty sure this is not out of the goodness of his heart but man its better than whatever the fuck trump would do

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u/RebootJobs Oct 07 '22

Amen 🙏 (no pun intended).

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u/Comfortable_Style_51 Oct 07 '22

Cue my Catholic mother explaining to me that Biden is a shitty Catholic because he “believes murder is ok.” Sometimes I’m just so tired.

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u/No-K-Reddit Oct 06 '22

You should be allowed to believe homosexuality is abhorrent, you should be allowed to believe homosexuality is beautiful, but as soon as you try and force either on anyone then you're a dick.

Personally love the gays, lotsa fun

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u/shichimi-san Oct 06 '22

Religion is a crime you perpetrate on yourself—not others.

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u/Taderbilly Oct 07 '22

It’s not a separation of church and state it’s playing the left side game to get votes and approval lmao. Stop acting like these politicians give 2 fucks

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u/MeanGreenSox Oct 07 '22

Imagine thinking he truly gives a damn

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u/Isodragon420 Oct 07 '22

Biden would be doing the opposite if his party told him to also, so I don’t find this impressive.

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u/Supergaypunk Oct 07 '22

I will never say anything positive about joe Biden. He is a puppet just like any other govvie. He doesn’t believe in women’s right to choose, he believes in more money from his donors. Period. Sure,he’s doing the right thing now,but he’s not the good guy.

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u/Vartanes_KindOf Oct 07 '22

Biden let the evangelicals steal the right to choose straight from under his nose. The most powerful man in the world and he doesn't do shit.

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u/find_the_night Oct 07 '22

You do realize that the overturn did not make killing unborn babies illegal, right? It only returned the issue to the individual states to make their own decisions.

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u/LouisWillis98 Oct 07 '22

People always overestimate the power and reach the US president has

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u/judyvi Oct 07 '22

You would prefer he become a dictator? Because I don’t know how much you’d like it if it actually happened. Even a good guy with good intentions doesn’t last long being good with that type of power.

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u/bstaff715 Oct 06 '22

Biden is useless

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u/uglymule Oct 06 '22

Methinks they have secret desires for twinkies.

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u/HanYang182 Oct 06 '22

My new favorite phrase is "having the vapors."

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u/Eastern_Barnacle_553 Oct 06 '22

They're freaking out because they're not allowed to shun gays just for being gay

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u/The_Hyphenator85 Oct 07 '22

Agreed. I just wish he had done it when he was in the Senate. We might be in better shape today if he had.

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u/TheUpgrayed Oct 07 '22

Thank you! I agree. I'm from a very pro-right area and it's very hard to find people who are not only comfortable with their beliefs... But mine as well.

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u/djpromo_vqs Oct 07 '22

They caught the vapors!

-Biz Markie (rip)

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u/blukoski Oct 07 '22

They separate quite well to. Take Hershel walker and his abortions as example 1.

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u/mymanhenry84052255 Oct 07 '22

We’re still talking about the cake thing? That was years ago. Now we’re talking about protecting kids from drag queens

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u/RAZR31 Oct 07 '22

Don't mistake Biden's political maneuvering for altruism. Remember that when he first got in to the White House one of his first actions was to remove all staff that had previous legal proceedings against them that involved weed. He's doing this because it's what voters want, and he's trying to stack the odds in the Dems favor for the mid terms. This is for his party, not because it's the right thing to do.

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u/improperbehavior333 Oct 07 '22

I will take someone doing the right thing for the wrong reasons over a party that does the wrong thing for the wrong reasons.

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u/toadjones79 Oct 07 '22

I am religious. But that just tells me that these evangelicals are the same kinds of people that murdered Jesus for telling people to be nice to each other and feed the homeless.

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u/Scrolliver_ Oct 07 '22

As a conservative, yes

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u/BaconMonkey0 Oct 07 '22

To be fair, it’s a cake.

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u/DirtyArchaeologist Oct 07 '22

If you're into the whole bible thing its worth noting that it says that many of the people making up the army of the anti-christ will be evangelicals of what they think is christianity.

IMO Luke 6:29,30 and 31 are mandatory for anyone to be a real genuine Christian:

29 If someone slaps you on one cheek, turn to them the other also. If someone takes your coat, do not withhold your shirt from them. 30 Give to everyone who asks you, and if anyone takes what belongs to you, do not demand it back. 31 Do to others as you would have them do to you.

Also that's quoting Jesus, Jesus said that, not a disciple. If one don't listen to Jesus how does one actually justify calling themselves a Christian?

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u/pingwing Oct 07 '22

That's what Freedom is.

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u/GalaXion24 Oct 07 '22

I highly recommend reading the catechism of the Catholic Church, especially the parts on worldly politics. Like most normal people would agree with 90% of it.

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u/jesusismyupline Oct 07 '22

welp, pearls gotta be clutched and forks are made fer pokin

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u/Extreme_Role6642 Oct 07 '22

Because literally every Republican is either a liar, a coward, a sex offender or a combination of the three.

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u/Iwantbubbles Oct 07 '22

He is a politician first and foremost. He is a Catholic when it's convenient.

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u/CLARABELLA_2425 Oct 07 '22

Finally somebody said it.

It should be obvious to everyone that cares about this issue who fighting for women and who is not.

Democrats always fight for the well-being of the working people, republicans, they want to take our rights. VOTE!

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u/brvfan25 Oct 06 '22

Strong catholic beliefs hahah

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u/Th3Dark0ccult Oct 06 '22

Eh, Biden strikes me as a super conservative guy, who simply ran with the dems cause he wants to be in power. Every positive thing he's done is because the party told him so.

Could be wrong, I dunno.

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u/fixinurshit Oct 06 '22

Lol fuck off with this. Look at his voting history. He’s pro-forced birth. And if he really was fighting for choice, he’d have codified RvW before it got overturned. He’s better than Trump, but he’s still a POS, entitled, self-serving politician.

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u/Humble_Story_4531 Oct 07 '22

The president alone doesn't codify laws. Congress has the bulk of the power there.

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u/antman811 Oct 07 '22

The right to choose whether to get vaccinated or not? Oh.

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u/find_the_night Oct 07 '22

What exactly are his strong Catholic beliefs?

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u/Davidrussell22 Oct 07 '22

Let's change the scene a bit. What if a straight baker refused to bake a cake for a convicted pedophile? Would you call that "having the vapors?"

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u/TheRealcebuckets Oct 07 '22

Did you really just compare homosexuality to pedophilia?

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u/Davidrussell22 Oct 07 '22

I changed the scenario, just like I said, to make a point. Most people find pedophilia repellant.

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u/frigginfugget Oct 07 '22

I think a better scenario would be if a gay baker, refused to bake a cake for a straight person. They’d be celebrated and cheered on as a rebellious hero, sticking it to the tyrannical majority by excluding straight people. Not that I would fucking care, It’s a goddamn cake.

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u/Davidrussell22 Oct 07 '22

We are each making different points. My point is that if the person asking for service is universally despised, there would be no objection to refusing such a person service, except perhaps for medical or legal services.

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u/frigginfugget Oct 07 '22

Ahhhh, so are you saying that gay people are universally despised?

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u/thekux Oct 07 '22

The constitution does not say anything about separation of church and state. Abortion has nothing to do with religion in the first place. The left believes that unborn child means nothing has no rights. Why should a business owner be forced to bake the cake for the homosexual? You’re going to have to also convince Muslims which I haven’t seen the left to go after yet. They don’t believe in your LGBTQ radicalization agenda. Many of them believe that homosexuals should be executed. That’s a fact in Muslim countries homosexual‘s get put to death.