House Passes Antiabortion Bill, Including Six Democrats (vile ones)Posted by Jim Newman on June 15th, 2012 – 1 Comment – Posted in Uncategorized
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CNN had this on the passage. I have to look at this closely.
A deeply divided state House on Wednesday approved sweeping new regulations of abortion providers as critics claimed the legislation wades too far into their bedrooms and doctor’s offices.
Abortion rights advocates won a small victory after House Republicans postponed votes on two other bills, one of which would impose a controversial ban on most abortions after 20 weeks with a narrow exception for the mother’s life.
On the House floor, though, the rhetoric from female legislators on both sides of the divisive issue was emotional and personal.
“I’m flattered that you’re all interested in my vagina, but ‘no’ means ‘no,’” said state Rep. Lisa Brown, D-West Bloomfield.
What blows my mind here is they banned her for saying vagina!
Brown’s comment prompted a rebuke Thursday by House Republicans, who wouldn’t allow her to voice her opinion on a school employee retirement bill.
“What she said was offensive,” said Rep. Mike Callton, R-Nashville. “It was so offensive, I don’t even want to say it in front of women. I would not say that in mixed company.”
What the hell is she supposed to call it? Her love box? Down there? What? Is this idiot kidding that he never uses the word vagina in front of women? Does he snigger and point below? When she has to go to a doctor or gets a yeast infection he does what? Does he never change diapers or does he just look away and not wipe off the baby’s vagina? Maybe he uses that as a reason to never change diapers. Sick bastard.
Polite people don’t talk about sex. Maybe not back before penicillin or cars or suffragism. It’s true, sadly, I married into a southern family (what the fuck was I thinking) and polite men and women don’t talk about sex or body parts. It’s pathetic and no wonder neither gender trusts the other in Southern old school society.
State Rep. Margaret O’Brien, R-Portage, dismissed claims that the bill is a “war on women.”
“This bill is not an assault on women,” O’Brien said. “Rather it’s an important protection to ensure women are not forced into abortion, that women aren’t given substandard health care.”
What bullshit is this? Allowing abortion has nothing to do with health care. Substandard healthcare? Substandard health care is when women start taking clothes hangers to their uterus, through, their, gasp, vagina, to get rid of an unwanted child, asshole conservatives insist on birthing. Women forced into abortion is not to be allowed but forcing women to not have an abortion is OK?
State Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Detroit, called for women statewide to boycott having sex until Republican lawmakers reconsider the bills.
“Stop having sex with us, gentlemen,” Tlaib said. “Find somebody else to do it with.”
Yes, women repeat Lysistrata, no more war and sex goes on. Continue the war and no more sex. Oh wait, these women don’t have voluntary sex anyway. They do it because they have to, right. A kind of statutory marital rape. Foreplay to a conservative is “bend over”.
The 45-page bill that passed would:
Require $1 million medical malpractice insurance policy for abortion providers who have lost two or more lawsuits and perform more than five abortions per month.
That’ll kill most clinics through monetary impingement.
Dictate how to dispose of aborted fetuses and creates a civil infraction for improper disposal.
OMG. We’re supposed to have funerals for the damned carcass? That’s what this means. It has to be treated as an adult dead body with all of its rules.
Mandate abortion clinics become licensed surgical centers.
It’s not a major surgery so this is an artificial hurdle to prevent clinics from being able to do it. The cost of this is horrendous and irrelevant to the procedure. Let’s make Lasik surgery be licensed like this too!
Require doctors to screen women to see if they’re being coerced by someone to terminate their pregnancy.
Idiots believe that no one would actually consider abortion unless they ere being forced. Besides this is a good fear tactic to make them reconsider. Do you really think a woman chooses abortion like she’s having an ice cream cone? You don’t seem to mind forcing women to have sex in marriage so why stop there.–oh, ya, you didn’t.
Prohibit doctors from prescribing the morning-after pill using an online service.
So let’s just make reproductive control as difficult as possible. But hey let’s make Viagra available in vending machines right between candy and coke.
“Even taking emotion out of the equation, this package (of bills) is good policy,” said state Rep. Bruce Rendon, R-Lake City, the sponsor of omnibus legislation, House Bill 5711.
If they took emotion out of the bill, there would be no bill. It’s all vapid emotion.
The House approved the omnibus abortion regulations bill 70-39 on mostly partisan lines with six anti-abortion Democrats voting with the GOP majority.
Democratic representatives voting for the bill were Charles Brunner of Bay City, Paul Clemente of Lincoln Park, Bob Constan of Dearborn Heights, George Darany of Dearborn, Richard LeBlanc of Westland and Lesia Liss of Warren. Rep. Harvey Santana, D-Detroit, was absent.
These aren’t democrats. I am not sure they are human. Anyone who wants to take rights away from women are subhuman. Quote me now ” Anyone who wants to take rights away from women are subhuman, animals that want to use force and power to rape and plunder women.” Yes, I am angry and rightfully so. Anyone who isn’t has no sensitivity!
House Republicans had fast-tracked the abortion bill to the floor to hold a vote before they adjourn today for the Legislature’s summer recess.
They snuck it in. They knew they were wrong so they stole it when no one would look. Dishonest they are.
Lawmakers want to make sure the proposed ban on abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy — which doesn’t include an exception for rape, incest or fetal anomaly — is constitutional, said Ari Adler, spokesman for House Speaker Jase Bolger, R-Marshall.
“We decided not to take that up right now so we can discuss the legislation further,” Adler said.
This is such nonsense. If they get part of a bill in then the rest is easier. It has absolutely nothing to do with looking to constitutionality. It’s a nasty political tactic.
Critics said the bill could lead to the shut down of abortion clinics and restrict access to other pregnancy services.
“The goal of this bill, let’s face it, is to close the clinics” and force obstetricians out of state, said state Rep. Dian Slavens, D-Canton Township. “That’s not good for women.”
State Rep. Deb Shaughnessy, R-Charlotte, said the bills would ensure the remains of aborted fetuses don’t end up in landfills.
The bill would require abortion doctors to arrange for aborted fetal remains to be disposed of the same way dead bodies are handled, through burial, cremation or interment.
“How can you argue that this child of God should be treated any different way?” Shaughnessy asked. “In this great state where we see television commercials touting Pure Michigan, it is shocking to me that something so repulsive and indecent as the dumping of babies in Dumpsters could be allowed.”
At this point they could dump the bodies of dead conservatives into the garden so at least they would grow plants. This heinous hatred of freedom for women is so revolting that if god did exist he’d strike them down with lightning and let the coyotes feed off their revolting carcasses, that are probably too spiritually poisoned to be eaten safely by other animals.
I am immediately going to find my wife/spouse/partner/friend and tell her I think she is the most amazing person and I hope she feels she has the freedom to do what is right to her in this relationship and if she doesn’t what can I do to change that!
Jim Newman, bright and well