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Saturday 24th of February 2024
NO to a Federal Abortion Bill
Ipsism takes a position in opposition to any FEDERAL bill / act controlling abortion.
Ipsism takes a position in opposition to abortion.
Ipsism takes the position that abortion is wrong at any stage of fetal development, other than for non-viable gestations (e.g. ectopic pregnancies[ fetal demise) and severe fetal malformations (e.g., anencephaly, hydrocephalus and other deformities where neonatal survival is virtually impossible).
While Ipsism is not opposed to the substance of the bill, Ipsism is opposed to Congress stepping in and attempting to codify Roe in either support or opposition.
Ipsism takes the position that the Supreme Court's decision in Dobbs was correct. The Constitution does not address abortion; therefore the Tenth Amendment reserves the question of abortion to the states. Ipsism would NOT support Federal legislation promoting nor banning abortion.
Ipsism is of the opinion that Senator Graham is grandstanding for his own political purposes which will ultimately have adverse consequences for conservatives.
Consequently, Ipsism is urging all Senators to NOT co-sponsor nor support Senator Graham's proposed legislation.
The ramblings of an old coot who knows that no one is going to pay any attention to what he says. But, say it he will because when it`s too late, people will say, `why didn`t you tell us, why didn`t you say something` and I can say, `I did, you didn`t listen`
So, these will be the warnings of one too old for you to hear, too resolute for you to heed. It will be easy to ignore me. You`ll say that I`m a racist or a bigot, a redneck or a right wing extremist, just don`t say that I didn`t warn you.
* Ipsism Cerebri means -
mental masturbation; which is:
Engaging in intellectually stimulating conversation with little or no practical purpose. |
Thought processes that only serve to satisfy oneself.
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