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  1. chare

    The President Donald Trump Thread

    There are two issues here. First, the content of the bill that was signed into law, and second, Mr. Northam’s comments. Regarding the content of the bill. Yes, it would allow late-term abortion in instances in which the life or health of the mother was in danger; to include after the onset of labor prior to delivery of the fetus. While I would hope that after carrying the pregnancy to term the expectant mother would opt for cesarean delivery, this decision is neither mine, nor yours to make. As for Mr. Northam’s comments. It seems to me that you, and many that oppose abortion, are taking his comments out of context. None of the video that I have been able to find includes the question that he was asked, and all begin with his response. And while Mr. Northam generally supported the bill, it appears that his comments were in response to a specific hypothetical question. Gov. Northam defends abortion bill comments after backlash
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    New York passes Full Term Abortion

    Which link didn't work?
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    New York passes Full Term Abortion

    All this did was to bring New York in compliance with Roe v. Wade. While Roe v. Wade allowed each state to place restrictions on abortion, based either on gestation or viability, if they did so there had to be an exemption to preserve maternal life or health. After New York passed this, of the 43 states that place restrictions on late term abortion, only three (Idaho, Michigan, and Rhode Island) allow an exemption only for preserving maternal life. State Later-Term Abortion Policies
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    New York passes Full Term Abortion

    Differences between this bill and the current law are explained in this article. Historic NY abortion vote: How law will change, what it means for women
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    The President Donald Trump Thread

    I'll try really, really hard not to. Oh well, I've always got the Great Pumpkin to believe in.
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    The President Donald Trump Thread

    They aren't? Next, I suppose you're going to tell me Santa Clause isn't real?
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    The President Donald Trump Thread

    Mr. Flynn is a retired lieutenant general, was a previous director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, and was Mr. Trump's national security advisor. And he let two FBI agents "set him up?" Sorry, while that might make a good headline, I find that it hard to believe.
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    2018 Elections

    The North Carolina State Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement has yet to certify the results of the NC 9th congressional district after receiving "claims of numerous irregularities and concerted fraudulent activities related to absentee mail ballots." There at two allegations that a person, or persons, affiliated with the Republican party and/or Mr. Harris' campaign were involved in the unauthorized collection or completion of, and ppssible disposal of ballots voting for Mr. McCready. Although claiming to support "...support any efforts to investigate allegations of irregularities and/or voter fraud, as long as it is fair and focuses on all political parties." Mr. Harris, as well as Mr. Woodhouse, executive director of the NC Republican party, have both called for the election results to be certified immediately, claiming that the number of votes was smaller that the 905 vote margin of Mr. Harris victory. Certification in limbo in N.C. House race as fraud investigation continues N.C. election officials plan hearing over fraud concerns in U.S. House race, raising possibility of new election Alleged fraud clouds North Carolina's 9th District vote. Is a new election possible? Second woman says she was paid to collect absentee ballots in North Carolina House race
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    The Caravan

    I have no problem with that. However, this should be based upon a calm, orderly presentation to one of the ports of entry. As the process is supposed to work. And while illegal entry into the country has no bearing on the application process, a mad rush toward the border is only going to be met with resistance. Again, I agree with this, once they have presented to the port of entry, and made their application for asylum. While they remain on the Mexican side of the border, shouldn't the Mexican government have some responsibility in providing care? Especially considering that they allowed entry and passage of the caravan? Which international law did we violate? As they were all reported to have been wearing helmets and body armor, as well as carrying protective shields, I agree that the risk of personal injury was slight. However, it was also a matter of protecting the border. Would you agree that the U.S. has the right to protect their border, and control how immigrants enter? This is a good question, especially considering that this is not the first caravan to approach the border.
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    The Caravan

    Let's take any action, or lack of action, of the previous administration out of the discussion. If a group of individuals ignored law enforcement officials in Mexico, and rushed our border throwing rocks and other objects at our border patrol officers, what do you think an appropriate response would ve?
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    Climate Change: Coming to Your Hospital Soon

    I'm not blaming the EPA for the pollution. The EPA had been working with Environmental Restoration LLC, a contracted private cleanup crew at the Gold King Mine to mitigate a leak into Cement Creek. While the cleanup crew on site was attempting to install drainage pipes the containment wall was breached, allowing the spill into the Animas River. After the incident, the EPA accepted responsibility, although I'm unsure why, exactly as I've read conflicting reports as to whether it was EPA personnel, or employees of Environmental Restoration. If tha latter, it would seem that they should be responsible. This is an ongoing problem with many abandoned gold mines in Colorado, with either active or potential leaching of hazardous materials. The EPA nominated this site for superfund designation during the early 1990s, without success. Apparently there was a lack of community support, which might have contributed. Had this site been designated as a superfund site funds might have been available earlier.
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    Climate Change: Coming to Your Hospital Soon

    This I agree with. Whoever was responsible for creating the hazard should be responsible for cleaning it up. And it is my understanding that they are held accountable. I am unsure as to how, or why, the EPA became responsible for cleaning that site.
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    Climate Change: Coming to Your Hospital Soon

    If you're referring to the 2015 Gold King Mine spill, the EPA is responsible for the cleanup as they were responsible for creating the spill.
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    The President Donald Trump Thread

    I never said that everyone on the left was for open and/or porous borders, rather I responded to elkpark's comment. However, since a Democratic member of the house has gone on record that "Open borders is not a winning policy" it does make one wonder what they are actually advocating. I am more than willing to listen to what the Democratic party's stance on immigration is. However, am waiting to hear more than that they believe in "common sense" immigration, as that isn't very informative.
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    The President Donald Trump Thread

    Calls for open borders wind up closing doors for Democrats
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