Friday, February 24, 2006

Waiting for Alito

So South Dakota won the "who will be the first to try and take advantage of Alito's presence on the bench" olympics. July 1, 2006 will mark the beginning of forced pregnancies in the state, unless the woman's life is in danger by being pregnant.

Too bad the people of SD can't abort the terms of the evil ones who are plotting their path to the Supreme Court on their way to dump R v W. Makes me wonder. Is the populace of SD overwhelmingly in favor of forcing women to remain pregnant against their will? Or is this similar to the school board of Dover, Pennsylvania, which was overthrown once people figured out that they were, yes, serious about that Intellectual Design thing.

Just where do the people of South Dakota stand?


Anonymous buckarooskidoo said...

i guess they have to obsess about something during those interminable winters. There must be something satisfying about trying to, as they see it, protect innocent fetusus from destruction at the hands of immoral, promiscuous, loose females.
i understand revulsion at the termination of a pregnancy. what i do not understand is the utterly categorical approach to trying to prevent it from happening. it's not a zero sum game. it seems to me that anti-abortion advocates should be spending at least as much time on ensuring that everyone has access to pre-natal care, if she wishes to give up the child for adoption, and then guaranteed day care and preschool if she wants to keep it.
if you're just working to prevent abortion, you're just after punishment, not problem-solving.

7:46 PM  
Blogger AKH said...

To think the same people that host the Sturgis Harley Davis event each year are against abortion.

8:21 PM  

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