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CaptainQirk 123 points ago +123 / -0

It's crazy how they so desperately need to continue the victim narrative that every single group that they deem as marginalised gets rolled into their "big group".

Pretty sure gays and lesbians aren't worried about abortion.

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HelloDolly 59 points ago +59 / -0

There is no limit to their delusion. Pretty soon men pretending to be women will be showing up fake pregnant asking to have a fake abortion. If it hasn't happened already.

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CaptainQirk 52 points ago +52 / -0

Pretty sure that's been happening.

If a man came in asking for an abortion, I'd take that as consent to castration.

The only malpractice would be that I probably wouldn't try patch up the bloody taint.

You're welcome for that image.

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georock 21 points ago +21 / -0

and sued because they refused to do a pap smear

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Munchaussen 17 points ago +17 / -0

Doctor: Sure, hop up into these stirrups and let’s have a look. Tranny: You got it. Doctor: I can’t see anything… I’ll need to get this penis out of the way. Nurse hand me a scalpel.

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RS34ME 14 points ago +14 / -0

They’ve already tried making gynecologist appointments. This wouldn’t shock me.

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Lenguado 4 points ago +4 / -0

I'm pretty much ok with Post Partum abortions for up to 34-40 years of age - for folks like Shelby!

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LongTimeListener 5 points ago +5 / -0

South Park. Mr. Garrison has a sex change and then he goes to have an abortion. and loses it when the doctor tells him he cant have an abortion because he is a man.

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AmericanScorpion 3 points ago +3 / -0

I mean, there are trans women who are so mentally ill and delusional they think that once they transition that they'll start menstruating 🙄

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BigMikesSaggyBaggins 50 points ago +50 / -0

You missed the best one that they said...INTERRACIAL COUPLES

That's pretty damn racist in my book, saying interracial couples need abortions.

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GreenLivesMatter 21 points ago +21 / -0

They are saying that if you are Republican or ‘conservative’ that you are white and straight and basically a white suppremacist against interracial marriage and gays.

They are retarded.

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MAGAhhh_igetit 4 points ago +4 / -0

Came here to say this!

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MarkusCincinnatus 18 points ago +18 / -0

The left’s rationale for lumping in interracial marriage and gay marriage with abortion is that they were all decided by a misinterpretation of the 14th amendment. If Alito and the other four Justices are getting the interpretation correct and overturning RvW, then they might overturn other rulings. It’s a slippery slope argument, but not totally without legal basis. Shelby Staudenmaier assumed tweet readers would already have that context. It’s probably needless worrying because people care a lot more about the lives of babies than they care about the marriages of mudsharks and homos. But like you say, the left is trying to make a “big group” of advocates of baby killing.

Shelby Staudenmaier’s threat to our guns is ridiculous and infeasible, but gives good insight to her tyrannical mindset. Even worse is revealed about her through her statement that she’s coming for our tax free churches. She didn’t say synagogues or temples, she said churches. She thinks jews like her are entitled to the property of churches and church goers, and that the current tax-free status is a favor from them that they’ll rescind if we don’t sacrifice enough babies to their desert idols. Tax reform is a key to resisting jew-commie oppression and freeing ourselves from the influence of ashkepaths like Staudenmaier.

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Shalomtoyou 7 points ago +8 / -1

You know what's funny? Tell me if this is like churches or not...

Some years ago I went back to my childhood synagogue. It was reform when I was a kid. They moved to a new building across town. MUCH bigger. Much nicer looking. And it had a woman Rabbi. Who was an absolute leftist kook. Freaking gripes about how little Walmart pays its employees.... during Yom Kippur.

Since then I spend more time at Chabad than the more "mainstream" synagogues. Chabad operates in these tiny spaces. A few rooms off of a strip mall. Half the time the service is at the Rabbi's house. Very conservative mindset, far more interested in what the Torah says than the news on the vine. And they do it in tiny spaces.

Makes me think of the High Sparrow in Game of Thrones who couldn't stand the huge, fancy church in the square of the capital, and preferred the tiny building below it, cramped, cheap, made of stone and faith.

Are churches the same way?

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Rubieroo 5 points ago +5 / -0

Just my opinion based on what I've seen - I knew one powerful (in the faith sense) huge church back in the 80's. It was spiritually ALIVE and you could feel the Holy Spirit the moment you walked in the door. It was a big part of the Jesus movement - lots of hippies.

Since then the large churches I've been to are mostly like well-oiled social clubs. Since I like hanging out with Christians, I do like that one aspect of them. You can find God wherever you seek Him (since He is everywhere) so I can enjoy being there, but the corporation aspect is problematic. Many things are done to preserve the existence and finances of the corporation, and decisions are sometimes made based on what is best for the corporation and not "whatever is God's will". I cannot support that. I have found that there is very little spiritual power in those massive places. Plenty of people in them that love the Lord, but...they're all babies in a way.

I love small groups or even just hanging out with groups of Christians (because Jesus did say that wherever two or more are gathered in His name, He will be there in the midst).

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WentFishing 1 point ago +1 / -0

The Chabad Lubavitchers and cult of Schneerson are unfortunately 100000x more dangerous as international deep state actors than your gross lefty reform synagogue. If you need fellowship, there are many Christian groups who would love to have you, no matter what you consider yourself.

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Shalomtoyou 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't know about Schneerson at all (and I know a few things). From what I gather the Jewish Deep State members tend to be the atheistic ones.... the Soros types who don't consider themselves Jewish at all and happily betray fellow Jews to their enemies.

My current Chabad Rabbi (Can't say if he's a Lubavitcher or not) is from Canada. A few months ago he went home to visit his parents for a weekend. When he came back I asked him how Canada was.

He said: "It's a giant prison camp now."

Good guy.

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INK10 1 point ago +2 / -1

I haven't been in a church for years, but was brought up in a religion that had beautiful churches, lots of pomp, including fancy costumes, and in my view one of the most corrupt institutions on the planet. Long story short; went to other churches, not ornate but very people focused and intent on helping others. Now that I'm old and kinda cranky I prefer to worship in my own humble space. The less ornate, people- focused church that I had joined is now so far to the left I can't even.

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wisconsheepgirl 1 point ago +1 / -0

Why not find one that is God focused?

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jfunction 1 point ago +1 / -0

If the position of the worshiper is separate from the worshiped it demeans both.

If the worshiper does not hold himself separate from what he worships then his acts cannot be considered worship. Such acts become communion - realization of oneness with the devine whole.

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335K 1 point ago +1 / -0

In my (very limited) experience, yes.

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Analophigus 3 points ago +3 / -0

Great analysis 👏🏻

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A_Lost_Fact 4 points ago +4 / -0

Its saying the unspoken part out loud. She basically listed for you the 3 top hammers that the globohomos use to destroy white <read here: christian> society and culture.

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judypatriot 4 points ago +4 / -0

Threats threats and more threats.

A quiver full of threats.