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originally posted by: TheRedneck
a reply to: Ghostsdogood
Well, when Obama was in power with Democrat majorities in both Houses, they wouldn't pass a marijuana legalization bill either. Obama just refused to enforce the law. Then when Sessions was appointed AG, everyone was upset because he was going to enforce the law again.
All they had to do was pass a damn law (aka their JOB) and Sessions couldn't have done squat. And they know this... the only logical reason for not doing so was to keep people voting for them so they would pass it this time and being able to complain when anyone else got into power.
I think we're looking at something similar here.
originally posted by: carewemust
Wednesday, December 1, 2021
Medically speaking, is Justice Sotomayor's comparison of a Fetus with a Brain-Dead Person accurate?
More at: www.foxnews.com...
Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor rejected the idea that a fetus that has the ability to move and react to pain is a human life that should be protected from abortion.
"Virtually every state defines a brain death as death," Sotomayor, appointed by former President Barack Obama, said during oral arguments in a potential landmark abortion rights case Wednesday, as the state of Mississippi defended an abortion restriction law that directly challenges Roe v. Wade.
"Yet, the literature is filled with episodes of people who are completely and utterly brain dead responding to stimuli," Sotomayor continued. "There's about 40 percent of dead people who, if you touch their feet, the foot will recoil."
Is she saying a Human Fetus IS a Brain-Dead Person? It sounds like a stretch to me, but I'm not medically trained. Is Justice Sotomayor?