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8:56 PM yesterday ɥsɐןɯouǝʌ commented on How Trump Turned Christmas Films into Horror Films.
@25: Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ 9)
Do your research.
8:47 PM yesterday ɥsɐןɯouǝʌ commented on Ohio Passes "Heartbeat Bill" that Would Ban Abortions at Six Weeks.
Chief Justice Roberts and Associate Justice Kennedy will side with the liberal bloc on issues like this. They've both been in favor of restrictions on late-term abortions, but have given every indication that they (especially Kennedy) favor upholding Roe v. Wade. Alito might end up on either side of the fence depending on circumstances. Thomas is the only one who favors an outright ban on abortion.
There's no way the court will allow abortion to be banned outright even in the worst case scenario (i.e. Ginsburg dies and Orange Man appoints his kids to her and Scalia's seats). What we should be worried about is an erosion of access to second-trimester abortions, which under Roe and Casey states can regulate but not create undue barriers to, but which might be imperiled if some conservative yahoo gets their pet law in front of the Court three years hence.

Fortunately, it's unlikely (in my opinion) that they'll actually go to the trouble to do that. With the gay-marriage culture war won by The Gay Agenda, and with trans issues and anti-discrimination laws getting bogged down, abortion is all they have left to keep the social conservatives outraged. They're unlikely to try and actually push the envelope very far on early-to-mid abortions; instead, they'll pass law after law effectively banning abortion and watch as those librul activist judges strike them down, blatantly refusing to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Nov 29 ɥsɐןɯouǝʌ commented on The Morning News: Seattle Mexican Consul to Help WA Latinxs Prepare for Trump, Eight Wounded in Knifing Attack at Ohio State University.
@12: Just because war erodes the moral foundations of liberal democracies doesn't mean that Castro's Cuba was ever going to be a liberal democracy, war or no war. Stop trying to shift blame for his regime's atrocities, you credulous apparatchik. (Hey, Iraq under Saddam Hussein was also constantly at war. Does that mean that his crimes were the fault of Iran and the West?)

@13: "pro-deregulation, pro NAFTA outsourcing, pro-fracking, pro-nuclear, pro-money in politics, pro business as usual Clinton supporter"
You accused me of being seven things, and you were accurate about two of them. (I am unabashedly pro nuclear power and a Clinton supporter.) Thanks for proving my point about how you lie and fabricate to try and advance your arguments.
Nov 28 ɥsɐןɯouǝʌ commented on The Morning News: Seattle Mexican Consul to Help WA Latinxs Prepare for Trump, Eight Wounded in Knifing Attack at Ohio State University.
@7: Oh okay. It's not Castro's fault that he imprisoned, oppressed, and murdered thousands and thousands of his people while quashing dissent and trying to force the national economy to conform to his own unrealistic ideology. It's EVERYONE ELSE'S FAULT for opposing his regime! Next you'll tell me that it's America's fault that the Soviet Union was such a shithole.

And just a reminder for all of you following along at home: anon1256 has no problem with lying, misrepresenting studies, and making shit up off the top of his head, so long as it's for The Greater Good (i.e., in support of his ideology).
Nov 25 ɥsɐןɯouǝʌ commented on Guest Editorial: Sawant’s Response to Mudede’s “Brazenly Dishonest” Argument About Anti-Trump Protests.
@17: This.
@19: Rekt.

@49: So...Russian agents steal documents from one side in a transparent ploy to boost the other candidate (who publicly called for them to steal and release more documents and who lied that he wasn't in contact with Russian lawmakers during the campaign), the FBI sits on an empty nothingburger of a scandal for two weeks before making a big show of it with a week and a half to go, the GOP gets slapped with court orders to C&D all voter suppression efforts, and the winner of the electoral college is actually outvoted by a margin of over two million...and that's your idea of the "purest cleanest expression of Democracy"?
I know you're a joke, but usually you're a funny one at least. Riddle me this: in a pure expression of democracy, would the victory go to the (a) winner or (b) loser of the popular vote? (Don't make me add to that list, now...)
Nov 25 ɥsɐןɯouǝʌ commented on Donald Trump's America: Here There Is No Why.
@2: Fake news IS a problem and a serious one.
Oct 22 ɥsɐןɯouǝʌ commented on Two Thousand Seattle Teachers Wore Black Lives Matter Shirts to Schools.
Alleged, is there any particular reason that you're asserting that there have been "Zero" unjustified killings (of black men or of people in general) by police officers? You've been informed of the case of Laquan McDonald on multiple occasions.
Is your memory going, you decrepit old liar?
Oct 22 ɥsɐןɯouǝʌ commented on Two Thousand Seattle Teachers Wore Black Lives Matter Shirts to Schools.
@28: The duty to retreat only applies if it's actually plausible to do so (that is, if retreating doesn't put you in greater danger). If a guy standing in front of you explicitly threatens to kill you and then appears to be drawing a gun, no court will say that you should have tried to run away rather than defend yourself.
Think of it this way: if someone threatens your life and points a gun at you at point blank range, is it reasonable to expect you to attempt to run away rather than exercise self-defense (even with lethal force)?
Oct 22 ɥsɐןɯouǝʌ commented on Future Donald Trump Is a Giant Pastel Robot.
@3: I maintain that the best Vocaloid video is and will always be ME!ME!ME!
Oct 20 ɥsɐןɯouǝʌ commented on 41 Percent of U.S. Voters Believe Election Could Be "Stolen" from Trump.
@32: "this is the crowd that pays taxes and keeps the country going."
Sorry to burst your little fact-free bubble, but it turns out that urban areas tend to contribute more in federal taxes than they receive in federal expenditures, and that rural areas tend to receive more than they contribute. So as much as you may want to believe otherwise, it's the city folk who carry the load. I don't begrudge country folk the assist, since we're all in this together, but I'd rather they not try to pretend they're doing all the work.