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December 13, 2023 08:16 AM UTC

Wednesday Open Thread

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  • by: Colorado Pols

“Writers who have nothing to say always strain for metaphors to say it in.”

–Florence King

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  1. Colorado Newsline is reporting today that just half of Colorado voters think the state is going in the right direction. You Dems should be aware of that heading into the next legislative sesson, plus an election year.

    1. Who knew declining gas prices would be bad for the incumbents? Good economic news also foretells of gloom and doom. Nobody runs on a good economy anymore.Showmanship and sass are the only things that matter

  2. Republicans and Texas have a Women Problem. Mahablog.

    Under Texas law the only exception is imminent death of the mother, apparently, but then the question is, what is “imminent”? How close to the brink does the mother have to be before an abortion qualifies as an “exception”? Already some women in Texas have been forced to wait until life-threatening conditions had set in before they could terminate a pregnancy.

    Physicians in Texas have begged the legislature to make the law clearer. The legislature insists the law is fine as it is. Well, it’s fine for their purposes, which is to maintain control over women’s bodies. If doctors were given genuine discretion to make medical decisions, the state would lose that control.

    Abortion rights advocates have been saying for years that the real motivation behind criminalizing abortion has nothing to do with “saving babies” but about controlling women.

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