Wednesday Reads: Not Again

Morning, I’ve been dealing with a migraine for the last few days, so this is going to be a short thread.

I guess you all saw…

Now the cartoons via Cagle:

Meanwhile in Tennessee:

This is an open thread.

16 Comments on “Wednesday Reads: Not Again”

  1. dakinikat says:

    • NW Luna says:

      I had a couple of arguments with anti-abortion people who said instances such as this would never happen. Except when it does happen.

      Women should have rights to bodily autonomy including, abortions, regardless of fetal abnormalities.

    • darthvelma says:

      Democrats need to get off their asses and at least try to pass legislation codifying the right to abortion. Yeah, it might not make it past a Senate filibuster. But it also might. And it would put every republican on record opposing women’s rights. And it would at least look like the Democrats give a shit about women instead of taking our votes for granted…again.

      Women voting to protect our bodily autonomy was a huge part of why that “red wave” didn’t happen. Democrats owe it to us to at least TRY!

  2. dakinikat says:

  3. dakinikat says:

    All you need to know about the Trump Announcement is in this NPR headline.

  4. dakinikat says:

    This is the candidate that I am supporting for this very important race. The incumbent, another Dem but very yellow dog, takes campaign donations from the very folks he’s supposed to regulate and has been there forever. It’s probably one of the most important races for climate change, believe it or not.

  5. NW Luna says:

    My Senator!

    • dakinikat says:

      I love Patty! My volunteer Coordinator moved to Gig Harbor and ran her first race!!! Thankfully, she got elected and didn’t have crazy anti-women’s rights people stalking her like we did in my campaign for state unicameral!!

  6. NW Luna says:


    Republicans narrowly win House, ending full Democratic control of Congress

    The slender GOP majority to come has forced many GOP members, aides and strategists to come to grips with the prospect that their agenda might never come to fruition.

    I hope so.