“I’ll be blunt: it just might work.”
“If they lied in their hearings, then we should take action.”
Missouri tees up another challenge.
Abortion is health care or something.
Roe, Roe, Roe your boat.
“I can guess your opinion of Janus, and also of these abortion restrictions.”
“He came in yelling at us”
“It’s part of her body.”
“looking at arguments about abortion in the context of how best to care for dying patients can clarify the complexity”
“He’s evidently retarded or crazy.”
Media: Republicans sure do a lot of pouncing!
Horrors and humanity.
And how do you enforce that?
The left’s new normal?
“I have heard directly from at least one individual who said Rao personally told them she was pro-choice.”
“There’s scientific consensus that the lives of children are going to be very difficult.”
Are you suggesting any other names for us to use?
Law of unintended consequences?
“If we are born without our consent, we should be maintained for our life.”
“All children — born and unborn — are made in the holy image of God.”
“In short, has not Canon 915’s moment, at last, arrived?”
“It’s not less evil if it’s rare.”
“The president wants to reaffirm his commitment to pro-life things.”
“…infanticide is not allowed in Virginia”
“…I was really surprised by the line of questioning that I got.”
So much for the media’s “conservatives pounce!” narrative.
“Many politicians would welcome it as a sign of their refusal to be ‘bullied by the church’.”
“My bill would allow that, yes.”
“Never say never.”
“The facts in this matter more closely resemble neglect cases where the injury manifests at some point in time after the neglect…”
“…there is no plan or program to control the growing rat population”
“What they’ve done is abuse.”
Nadler: Mueller has to testify publicly.