July 5, 2018
Susan Collins today in Maine: "I think I’ve made it pretty clear: If a nominee has demonstrated hostility to Roe v Wade and has said that they are not going to abide by longstanding precedent, that I could not support that nominee –" pic.twitter.com/Z87QY5Vnbo
— Vaughn Hillyard (@VaughnHillyard) July 4, 2018
You know, I think I get Susan Collins’ support for abortion.
I think she hates her parents for not aborting her, because she is some unnatural kind of mutant.
Looking at it that way, her devotion to the right to murder babies can be seen as almost… noble.
She doesn’t want others to have to suffer through what she has suffered through, living her life as an abomination.
Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine), on Wednesday reiterated that she would not vote for any Supreme Court nominee chosen by President Trump if they have “demonstrated hostility” to Roe v. Wade.
“I think I’ve made it pretty clear that if a nominee has demonstrated hostility to Roe v Wade and has said that they’re are not going to abide by that longstanding precedent, that I could not support that nominee,” Collins told MSNBC.
However, let us understand Roe v. Wade: this is the federal right to abortion, which took away states’ rights to regulate or ban it.
It hasn’t ever been technically federally banned. It was a felony in every state by 1900. However, up through the 19th century, no one had really thought much about it, since it was only prostitutes who were doing it and people didn’t really think that was any of their business. Because hookers gonna hook.
Even in 1900, the original reasons for banning it had to do with hookers dying. Original “first wave” feminists opposed it, in part because they were also opposed to hooking (claiming it was oppression), in part because it was viewed as something men wanted their mistresses (also a form of hooker) to do and thus it was something that was being forced on women by men.
Susan B. Anthony herself opposed it. But they have retconned it that her opposition was based on hatred of Irish and niggers, who were not having abortions.
Feminist anti-abortion groups say they are continuing the tradition of 19th-century women’s rights activists such as Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Matilda Joslyn Gage, Victoria Woodhull, Elizabeth Blackwell, and Alice Paul who considered abortion to be an evil forced upon women by men. The newspaper, The Revolution, published by Susan B. Anthony and Stanton, carried letters, essays and editorials debating many issues of the day, including articles decrying “child murder” and “infanticide.” According to historians A. Kennedy and K. D. Mary, Alice Paul felt that abortion was the “ultimate exploitation of women” and worried about female babies being aborted. Kennedy and Mary also say that Elizabeth Blackwell, the first female doctor in the United States, became a doctor because of her passionate hatred for abortion. By way of criticism, however, sociologists Nicole Beisel and Tamara Kay have written that white Anglo-Saxon Protestants (WASPs) in the US were worried that continued abortions by their kind would endanger their position at the top of society’s hierarchy, especially fearing the influx of Irish Catholics, but also concerned about African Americans, and describe Anthony and Stanton as part of this reactionary racial stance.
Betcha didn’t know that.
nb4 – no, I am not defending Susan B. Anthony because she was anti-abortion and hated niggers. I still think she should have been beaten, raped and locked in a cage for all that other shit she did. But it’s a point you don’t hear often, do you?
Anyway – abortion as a means of birth control for normal people was not a thing on any scale until the 1960s.
At the time of the Roe v. Wade decision in 1973, this is what the map looked like:
So obviously, the overwhelming majority of states were against, representing that the overwhelming majority of people were against. This has only been promoted as this emotionally-charged “right of women” in the last three decades, when they started promoting high school sex in Jewish movies like Porky’s (1982).
Because when kids were still in high school, they couldn’t get married generally, so they started promoting abortions to them. Now, most girls have had at least one abortion by the time they graduate high school, so they’re more likely to promote it.
Once you’ve done it, you feel like you need to defend it as morally right in order to justify your own actions. Women are incapable of feeling love or devotion for any human being, other than one sort: their own children. So, naturally, it is traumatic for a woman to murder her own child, and thus she can justify it by saying “everyone should do it.”
Misery loves company, as they say.
Am I still allowed to 90s music post, or was that just a one-time thing?
Fuck you, I can do whatever I want. I’M THE BOSS.
Back to the original thing: states are going to be able to make their own rules once Roe v. Wade is overturned. And it will be overturned. That was a fact as soon as Trump was elected.
Abortion is not going to be illegal in most states, to begin with. And the ones that do outlaw it will allow exceptions. Everyone is going to have to allow incest and retardation exceptions (I would normally support the rape exception, but the term “rape” has lost all meaning now, due to the forms of “new rape,” so I would only support that in the case of “violent rape” – but again, up to the states).
I think we can also do a “Susan Collins Exception,” where if doctors are able to determine your child’s face is going to look like this:
You can do the abortion.
Susan Collins Should Switch Parties
Susan Collins has consistently taken every Democrat position since Trump was elected. She is, as her face indicates, a cancerous tumor.
I would say she should be primaried – but she has the second highest approval rating of anyone in Congress, second only to Bernie Sanders (Vermont). These innocent little babies in the Northeast have no idea the wicked thing that their way comes.
Racism, and conservative politics in general, are linked to exposure to diversity (at least among the middle classes – lower classes are just still tribal, so you do have high rates of racism in poor rural areas, which is really just nativism).
So, this bitch is going to be around as long as her black guts keep functioning, but we don’t need her in our thing. She needs to switch parties. I think the GOP needs to pressure her to do so.
The GOP is the White Man’s party now. And we are doing white things.
Like putting stupid whores back in their place.
Imagine when we start floating bills to make it illegal on the federal level for women to wear trousers.
Then comes the “third time’s the charm” law, which says that if you tell a woman to do something three times and she doesn’t do it, you can punch her in the face.