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RIGHT TO LIFE is a community of nations that recognizes and promotes defense of the unalienable rights of the unborn. The nations of this region oppose induced abortion in all or most cases.

World Assembly members are required to endorse the President: Aawia.

There is a two-thirds endorsement cap. The next regional election is on September 111.



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1.The Christian Democratic Nation of Culture of LifeLiberal Democratic Socialists“From conception until natural death”
2.The Christian Democrat Republic of The Catholic State of EireTyranny by Majority“For our God, Saints and Republic!”
3.The Military Alliance of DolgavakiaDemocratic Socialists“Nothing's good about war... except why you fight it.”
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5.The Theocracy of Rosa-GallicaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Christ-God is Risen, Alleluia!”
6.The Down of The CrixaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Frithrah!”
7.The Republic of Horatius CoclesInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Dignity of life from conception to natural death”
8.The Republic of Clear BayCivil Rights Lovefest“Throw away your troubles, come dream with me”
9.The Theocracy of AawiaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Our God is marching on!”
10.The Pesshimishts of LagrodiaNew York Times Democracy“Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit”
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Hello Everyone, and God bless you.

The Massachusetts legislature overrode the Governor's veto to pass a new abortion bill. The highlights of it are removing parental consent down to age sixteen, allowing abortions to be performed by non-doctors, and removing all restrictions for twenty-four weeks and earlier, but it's a smaller section that particularly stands out, relating to children born alive.

The original law stood as: If an abortion is performed pursuant to section twelve M, the physician performing the abortion shall take all reasonable steps, both during and subsequent to the abortion, in keeping with good medical practice, consistent with the procedure being used, to preserve the life and health of the aborted child. Such steps shall include the presence of life-supporting equipment, as defined by the department of public health, in the room where the abortion is to be performed.

And the revised: If an abortion is performed pursuant to section 12N, the facility where the abortion is performed shall maintain life-supporting equipment, as defined by the department of public health, to enable the physician performing the abortion to take appropriate steps, in keeping with good medical practice and consistent with the procedure being used, to preserve the life and health of a live birth and the patient.

Emphasis mine. The bill formally strikes from Massachusetts law the requirement for a doctor to preserve the life of a child if possible, changing it to instead only require equipment to be somewhere in the building so they can save the child or let them die as per their preference.

It's ghoulish. I feel like I don't have any better word to describe it. I've always tried to give the benefit of the doubt to those voting against born-alive bills, the alternative is terrifying, but I cannot see any grounds to provide that in this case. The authors of the bill did not shoot down a proposed piece of legislation by the other party, but deliberately struck out a section protecting life after the abortion. There was no necessity to do so to accomplish their policy goals, the only apparent motivation seems to be a ghoulish disregard or disdain for the life of children born alive.

I wish I could see another explanation. I don't think an argument from ignorance would get anywhere, the wording change is distinct and was deliberately done (in a less surprising change, they struck from the books the section that defined an 'unborn child' as "the individual human life in existence and developing from implantation of the embryo in the uterus until birth."). When it comes to actual in-womb abortions, I can at least make myself see what pro-abortion people are saying, it's easier to hide from, you can talk about bodily autonomy, development, whatever, there's at least a veil over the whole thing that lets one assume that the motivating force is not ire for life, all the other changes in the bill are wrong to me, but there are at least excuses one could use. With this, though, children born alive, deliberately having protections stripped from them, after the abortion is over, after the child is born and in the world, there is no explanation that I can find other than unrepentant evil, and it is deeply chilling to be reminded of the existence of that on such open display.

https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/massachusetts-legislature-overrides-governors-veto-allowing-minors-to-obtain-abortions-without-parental-consent/
https://malegislature.gov/Bills/191/H5179
https://malegislature.gov/Laws/GeneralLaws/Parti/Titlexvi/Chapter112

Roborian wrote:The Massachusetts legislature overrode the Governor's veto to pass a new abortion bill. The highlights of it are removing parental consent down to age sixteen, allowing abortions to be performed by non-doctors, and removing all restrictions for twenty-four weeks and earlier, but it's a smaller section that particularly stands out, relating to children born alive.

The original law stood as: If an abortion is performed pursuant to section twelve M, the physician performing the abortion shall take all reasonable steps, both during and subsequent to the abortion, in keeping with good medical practice, consistent with the procedure being used, to preserve the life and health of the aborted child. Such steps shall include the presence of life-supporting equipment, as defined by the department of public health, in the room where the abortion is to be performed.

And the revised: If an abortion is performed pursuant to section 12N, the facility where the abortion is performed shall maintain life-supporting equipment, as defined by the department of public health, to enable the physician performing the abortion to take appropriate steps, in keeping with good medical practice and consistent with the procedure being used, to preserve the life and health of a live birth and the patient.

Emphasis mine. The bill formally strikes from Massachusetts law the requirement for a doctor to preserve the life of a child if possible, changing it to instead only require equipment to be somewhere in the building so they can save the child or let them die as per their preference.

It's ghoulish. I feel like I don't have any better word to describe it. I've always tried to give the benefit of the doubt to those voting against born-alive bills, the alternative is terrifying, but I cannot see any grounds to provide that in this case. The authors of the bill did not shoot down a proposed piece of legislation by the other party, but deliberately struck out a section protecting life after the abortion. There was no necessity to do so to accomplish their policy goals, the only apparent motivation seems to be a ghoulish disregard or disdain for the life of children born alive.

I wish I could see another explanation. I don't think an argument from ignorance would get anywhere, the wording change is distinct and was deliberately done (in a less surprising change, they struck from the books the section that defined an 'unborn child' as "the individual human life in existence and developing from implantation of the embryo in the uterus until birth."). When it comes to actual in-womb abortions, I can at least make myself see what pro-abortion people are saying, it's easier to hide from, you can talk about bodily autonomy, development, whatever, there's at least a veil over the whole thing that lets one assume that the motivating force is not ire for life, all the other changes in the bill are wrong to me, but there are at least excuses one could use. With this, though, children born alive, deliberately having protections stripped from them, after the abortion is over, after the child is born and in the world, there is no explanation that I can find other than unrepentant evil, and it is deeply chilling to be reminded of the existence of that on such open display.

https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/massachusetts-legislature-overrides-governors-veto-allowing-minors-to-obtain-abortions-without-parental-consent/
https://malegislature.gov/Bills/191/H5179
https://malegislature.gov/Laws/GeneralLaws/Parti/Titlexvi/Chapter112

Not proud to be a Ma**hole right now.

I'm vaguely curious as to whether the actual physical COVID checks could or would have any potential future value as historical items/collectibles. It's not exactly coins, but I would not be entirely surprised if there was some sort of market for the things, and I imagine that they'd be quite rare, relatively few people got paper checks as opposed to direct deposit, and I imagine that very few of that group did not cash them.

Roborian wrote:I'm vaguely curious as to whether the actual physical COVID checks could or would have any potential future value as historical items/collectibles. It's not exactly coins, but I would not be entirely surprised if there was some sort of market for the things, and I imagine that they'd be quite rare, relatively few people got paper checks as opposed to direct deposit, and I imagine that very few of that group did not cash them.

"Trading Cards" of sorts I suppose, lol

This morning my parents welcomed their 9th and 10th children into the world from the womb, Matthew and Meredith.

In honor of essentially finished the American Elections: Wicked Game podcast, here's my list of who I thinkish I would have voted for*, if I could have, in every election in our history.

*More specifically: trying to put myself into the context of the time and issues of the day, who I would vote for if I was someone living back then, based on my predispositions. This does not mean I like or would support that person today. Stars represent races I am distinctly unsure about who I picked and was on the fence for a good while thinking about it, it does not always mean I was considering the runner-up however.

1788: George Washington
1792: George Washington
1796: John Adams
1800: John Adams
1804: Charles Pinckney
1808: Charles Pinckney
1812: *James Madison
1816: James Monroe
1820: James Monroe
1824: John Quincy Adams
1828: John Quincy Adams
1832: Henry Clay
1836: William Henry Harrison
1840: William Henry Harrison
1844: Henry Clay
1848: Zachary Taylor
1852: *Winfield Scott
1856: Millard Fillmore
1860: John Bell
1864: George McClellan
1868: *Horatio Seymour
1872: Horace Greeley
1876: Samuel Tilden
1880: *Winfield Scott Hancock
1884: James Blaine
1888: Benjamin Harrison
1892: James Weaver
1896: William Jennings Bryan
1900: William McKinley
1904: Theodore Roosevelt
1908: William Howard Taft
1912: William Howard Taft
1916: Charles Evans Hughes
1920: Warren Harding
1924: Calvin Coolidge
1928: Herbert Hoover
1932: *Herbert Hoover
1936: Alf Landon
1940: Wendell Willkie
1944: Thomas Dewey
1948: Thomas Dewey
1952: Dwight Eisenhower
1956: Dwight Eisenhower
1960: Richard Nixon
1964: Barry Goldwater
1968: Richard Nixon
1972: Richard Nixon
1976: Eugene McCarthy
1980: Ronald Reagan
1984: Ronald Reagan
1988: George Bush
1992: Ross Perot
1996: Bob Dole
2000: Patrick Buchanan
2004: George Bush
2008: John McCain
2012: Mitt Romney
2016: Evan McMullin
2020: Brian Carroll
Total: 59
Republican = 28
Various Third Party = 8
National Republican/Whig = 7
Democrat (incl. Greeley) = 6
Federalist (incl. Washington) = 6
Democratic-Republican = 4
Winners (became President) = 24
Losers (did not) = 35

The Gallant Old Republic wrote:In honor of essentially finished the American Elections: Wicked Game podcast, here's my list of who I thinkish I would have voted for*, if I could have, in every election in our history.

*More specifically: trying to put myself into the context of the time and issues of the day, who I would vote for if I was someone living back then, based on my predispositions. This does not mean I like or would support that person today. Stars represent races I am distinctly unsure about who I picked and was on the fence for a good while thinking about it, it does not always mean I was considering the runner-up however.

1788: George Washington
1792: George Washington
1796: John Adams
1800: John Adams
1804: Charles Pinckney
1808: Charles Pinckney
1812: *James Madison
1816: James Monroe
1820: James Monroe
1824: John Quincy Adams
1828: John Quincy Adams
1832: Henry Clay
1836: William Henry Harrison
1840: William Henry Harrison
1844: Henry Clay
1848: Zachary Taylor
1852: *Winfield Scott
1856: Millard Fillmore
1860: John Bell
1864: George McClellan
1868: *Horatio Seymour
1872: Horace Greeley
1876: Samuel Tilden
1880: *Winfield Scott Hancock
1884: James Blaine
1888: Benjamin Harrison
1892: James Weaver
1896: William Jennings Bryan
1900: William McKinley
1904: Theodore Roosevelt
1908: William Howard Taft
1912: William Howard Taft
1916: Charles Evans Hughes
1920: Warren Harding
1924: Calvin Coolidge
1928: Herbert Hoover
1932: *Herbert Hoover
1936: Alf Landon
1940: Wendell Willkie
1944: Thomas Dewey
1948: Thomas Dewey
1952: Dwight Eisenhower
1956: Dwight Eisenhower
1960: Richard Nixon
1964: Barry Goldwater
1968: Richard Nixon
1972: Richard Nixon
1976: Eugene McCarthy
1980: Ronald Reagan
1984: Ronald Reagan
1988: George Bush
1992: Ross Perot
1996: Bob Dole
2000: Patrick Buchanan
2004: George Bush
2008: John McCain
2012: Mitt Romney
2016: Evan McMullin
2020: Brian Carroll
Total: 59
Republican = 28
Various Third Party = 8
National Republican/Whig = 7
Democrat (incl. Greeley) = 6
Federalist (incl. Washington) = 6
Democratic-Republican = 4
Winners (became President) = 24
Losers (did not) = 35

Interesting thought experiment, I might give it a try. I'm assuming this is based on what you would have known at the time rather than modern knowledge?

Roborian wrote:Interesting thought experiment, I might give it a try. I'm assuming this is based on what you would have known at the time rather than modern knowledge?

Correct, at least as far as possible.

Michigain wrote:This morning my parents welcomed their 9th and 10th children into the world from the womb, Matthew and Meredith.

Many congratulations! I'm assuming then that you are among the eldest of the children in your family?

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