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  • Kepler
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    It's a start.

    A legal-focused Democratic group for the first time on Friday issued pledges of support for party candidates who looking to win congressional elections in November, and each of the endorsed candidates support expanding the U.S. Supreme Court.

    The Demand Justice political action committee announced the endorsements for seven candidates for federal office, including incumbent Reps. Andy Levin of Michigan and Mondaire Jones of New York.
    First rule of business is normalize in political conversation. The other side is not bound by any norms. We at least will proceed legally.

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  • aparch
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    I swear to God if Ricketts takes the DOJ case against the Wrigley Field renovations to SCOTUS and SCOTUS does away with the ADA act..... *mad face*

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  • Kepler
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    The Onion nailed it. "SCOTUS reclassifies women as service animals."

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  • ScoobyDoo
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    Originally posted by Deutsche Gopher Fan View Post
    The cruelty is the point. Women don’t deserve to have sex for anything but popping one out.

    and Again, the states rights motherfuckers won’t have any comment on these things
    The woman fortunately through her plea on social media was able to find a doctor to perform the procedure. She shouldn't have to go through all that to accomplish such a simple thing.

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  • Deutsche Gopher Fan
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    The cruelty is the point. Women don’t deserve to have sex for anything but popping one out.

    and Again, the states rights motherfuckers won’t have any comment on these things

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  • ScoobyDoo
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    The cruelty is the point. May every Republican die a very horrible and painful early death.

    https://twitter.com/samlo_xo/status/1544841279300837378

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  • ScoobyDoo
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    Originally posted by Handyman View Post
    Funny these whiny snowflakes have no issue with the years of protesting (with actual physical contact) that women had to deal with outside Planned Parenthood. I guess only fuckwit (alleged) rapists get to have any sort of peace and quiet.
    Exactly. No one cared then cause it wasn't a white male's ox being gored. Once a white male is affected then the **** hits the fan.

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  • Kepler
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    "Waiter, there's 51% of the population I denied human rights to in my soup."

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  • psych
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    Will someone else please come in and tell me I’m being trolled, therefore walk away? I can’t say I’ve ever seen grasping for straws on this level before.

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  • SJHovey
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    Originally posted by psych View Post

    Except it isn’t an option available. You are suggesting that Kavanaugh take legal action against these people. You know, like one of the definitions of the word prosecute. You know your argument sucks when that’s the best you’ve got. Bless your heart, you’re not on your game today.
    Except you didn’t post “prosecute a legal action.” You wrote “prosecute them.”

    Keep digging.

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  • psych
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    Originally posted by SJHovey View Post

    Is there any point in that post where I talk about kavanaugh “prosecuting” anyone? He’s a fucking judge.

    I said that if he chose he could bring a request for a harassment restraining order (which you apparently think is some sort of prosecution.) Further, where do I suggest he should? I stated that it was an option available.
    Except it isn’t an option available. You are suggesting that Kavanaugh take legal action against these people. You know, like one of the definitions of the word prosecute. You know your argument sucks when that’s the best you’ve got. Bless your heart, you’re not on your game today.

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  • SJHovey
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    Originally posted by psych View Post

    Are you learning impaired?
    Is there any point in that post where I talk about kavanaugh “prosecuting” anyone? He’s a fucking judge.

    I said that if he chose he could bring a request for a harassment restraining order (which you apparently think is some sort of prosecution.) Further, where do I suggest he should? I stated that it was an option available.

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  • psych
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    Originally posted by SJHovey View Post
    I don't think you have any sort of expectation of privacy when you go to a public location like a restaurant or a store, and I don't think the ruling in Dobbs, however it turned out, would have changed that.

    That said, Kavanaugh's issue in the restaurant can be handled in other ways. First, the restaurant owner can simply ask the protesters to leave, when they don't, call the police and have them trespassed. That was probably the correct way to handle it. If they don't do that, then if I'm Kavanaugh, I simply find someplace else to eat where the proprietor has more control over his facility.

    There is also probably some sort of harassment/restraining order process in Maryland that Kavanaugh can use to prevent individuals from harassing him under some threat of jail, but I don't see a SCOTUS justice doing that.

    I agree with slapshot that I am generally opposed to the public harassment of people, any person. If I saw someone in a restaurant with whom I strongly disagreed politically, it would never dawn on me to go up to them and berate them publicly, but that's just how I was raised. I have a sneaky suspicion that most of the people on this board would be the same way, probably because that's the way they were raised too.
    Are you learning impaired?

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  • SJHovey
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    Originally posted by psych View Post

    Public harassment? Calling the police? Stop whining. They didn’t even commit a crime. They exercised their First Amendment rights, and you suggest it’s in poor taste, while suggesting that Kavanaugh should have prosecuted them?
    I said no such thing, and the fact that you seem to think I did says a lot more about you than it does about me.

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  • psych
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    Originally posted by SJHovey View Post

    I have no idea what this post even refers to.

    I am not in favor of the government coming in and limiting free speech in any way. I was simply commenting that I think people who go into a restaurant and harass someone who is eating because of some political or other issue, are acting in an inappropriate way, I don't support them doing it
    Public harassment? Calling the police? Stop whining. They didn’t even commit a crime. They exercised their First Amendment rights, and you suggest it’s in poor taste, while suggesting that Kavanaugh should have prosecuted them?

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