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« Reply #300 on: December 22, 2017, 01:48:34 PM »

Kasich signs Ohio law banning abortions for Down syndrome
BY JESSIE HELLMANN - 12/22/17

Ohio became the third state Friday to ban abortions after a diagnosis of Down syndrome.

Gov. John Kasich (R) signed a bill that would make it a fourth-degree felony for a doctor to perform an abortion if there is a prenatal Down syndrome diagnosis.

The doctor could face up to 18 months in prison. There is no punishment for the woman.

The law will take effect in March.

Anti-abortion rights advocates say abortions because of Down syndrome are discrimination and cheered Kasich's decision Friday.

“Ohio has given unborn children with Down syndrome and their families an early Christmas present and created a safe haven from lethal discrimination,” said Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of the Susan B. Anthony List.
Opponents argue the law will prevent women from making their own decisions on their pregnancies.

"When a woman receives a diagnosis of Down syndrome during her pregnancy, the last thing she needs is Gov. Kasich barging in to tell her what's best for her family," said NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio Executive Director Kellie Copeland.

The law could face legal challenges.

A similar law was struck down in Indiana in September by a U.S. District Judge after a lawsuit from the American Civil Liberties Union.

http://thehill.com/policy/healthcare/366201-kasich-signs-law-banning-abortions-over-down-syndrome-diagnosis
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« Reply #301 on: December 23, 2017, 05:53:40 PM »

Kasich signs Ohio law banning abortions for Down syndrome
BY JESSIE HELLMANN - 12/22/17

Ohio became the third state Friday to ban abortions after a diagnosis of Down syndrome.

Gov. John Kasich (R) signed a bill that would make it a fourth-degree felony for a doctor to perform an abortion if there is a prenatal Down syndrome diagnosis.

The doctor could face up to 18 months in prison. There is no punishment for the woman.

The law will take effect in March.

Anti-abortion rights advocates say abortions because of Down syndrome are discrimination and cheered Kasich's decision Friday.

“Ohio has given unborn children with Down syndrome and their families an early Christmas present and created a safe haven from lethal discrimination,” said Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of the Susan B. Anthony List.
Opponents argue the law will prevent women from making their own decisions on their pregnancies.

"When a woman receives a diagnosis of Down syndrome during her pregnancy, the last thing she needs is Gov. Kasich barging in to tell her what's best for her family," said NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio Executive Director Kellie Copeland.

The law could face legal challenges.

A similar law was struck down in Indiana in September by a U.S. District Judge after a lawsuit from the American Civil Liberties Union.

http://thehill.com/policy/healthcare/366201-kasich-signs-law-banning-abortions-over-down-syndrome-diagnosis

Ah, the party of small government and personal responsibility... not only telling you who, when and how to fuck but also limiting you from making decisions about yourself, your "unborn child" and your family in general.

I believe most states have "safe haven" laws that allow one to surrender a newborn at "safe" locations (fire departments, etc) with no questions asked. Women and/or couples forced to carry a baby to term, instead of being allowed to have an abortion, ought to simply take advantage of this program and start turning those newborns in. Soon enough, the "pro-lifers" will change their tune.
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« Reply #302 on: December 23, 2017, 06:37:19 PM »

They want you to have it, they won't help once it's born... I love me some right wing govment.
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« Reply #303 on: December 23, 2017, 06:44:39 PM »

Well, if you drop it off at their doorstep (which they do allow) they have to do something about it. Wouldn't want to look too hypocritical. Once they start having to care for a lot, they'll have to get the money from somewhere, and all of a sudden Mr. and Mrs. Fervent Christian will have to pay more in taxes, at which point you can be sure that they'll start complaining. It won't be long before their Pastor will start claiming that these children, these angels really, ought not to have to live through this evil world and that scripture says they ought to be allowed to return to the Lord, where they'll be completely unfettered from the crud Satan put in their chromosome 21. Let's not forget Luke 13:30: "Indeed there are those who are last who will be first, and first who will be last." And we all know those poor, abandoned angels are last, aren't they? It's the sign of a fallen society. Can I get an amen?
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« Reply #304 on: December 23, 2017, 07:10:20 PM »

Well, if you drop it off at their doorstep (which they do allow) they have to do something about it. Wouldn't want to look too hypocritical. Once they start having to care for a lot, they'll have to get the money from somewhere, and all of a sudden Mr. and Mrs. Fervent Christian will have to pay more in taxes, at which point you can be sure that they'll start complaining. It won't be long before their Pastor will start claiming that these children, these angels really, ought not to have to live through this evil world and that scripture says they ought to be allowed to return to the Lord, where they'll be completely unfettered from the crud Satan put in their chromosome 21. Let's not forget Luke 13:30: "Indeed there are those who are last who will be first, and first who will be last." And we all know those poor, abandoned angels are last, aren't they? It's the sign of a fallen society. Can I get an amen?

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« Reply #305 on: December 23, 2017, 07:11:44 PM »

were you quoting the bible or The Ghost of Tom Joad?

He pulls a prayer book out of his sleeping bag
Preacher lights up a butt and he takes a drag
Waiting for when the last shall be first and the first shall be last
In a cardboard box 'neath the underpass
You got a one-way ticket to the promised land
You got a hole in your belly and a gun in your hand
Sleeping on a pillow of solid rock
Bathing in the city's aqueduct
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« Reply #306 on: December 26, 2017, 08:42:30 PM »

Well, if you drop it off at their doorstep (which they do allow) they have to do something about it. Wouldn't want to look too hypocritical. Once they start having to care for a lot, they'll have to get the money from somewhere, and all of a sudden Mr. and Mrs. Fervent Christian will have to pay more in taxes, at which point you can be sure that they'll start complaining. It won't be long before their Pastor will start claiming that these children, these angels really, ought not to have to live through this evil world and that scripture says they ought to be allowed to return to the Lord, where they'll be completely unfettered from the crud Satan put in their chromosome 21. Let's not forget Luke 13:30: "Indeed there are those who are last who will be first, and first who will be last." And we all know those poor, abandoned angels are last, aren't they? It's the sign of a fallen society. Can I get an amen?

Are you assuming that all or a significant number of these kids will wind up on public assistance? 
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« Reply #307 on: December 30, 2017, 07:11:07 PM »

Are you assuming that all or a significant number of these kids will wind up on public assistance?  

I'm saying that if the government prevents women from having an abortion after a diagnosis of Down syndrome, then a womn that is forced to carry a baby with Down syndrome to term ought to avail herself of laws which allow them to drop the baby off at a "safe haven" location. Do you really think that babies with Down syndrome are high on the adoption list? I don't have actual data, but I'm betting that the answer is no. Unless I'm wrong then where do you think those children will end up, if not as wards of the state?
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« Reply #308 on: December 30, 2017, 07:36:23 PM »

Kasich signs Ohio law banning abortions for Down syndrome
BY JESSIE HELLMANN - 12/22/17

Ohio became the third state Friday to ban abortions after a diagnosis of Down syndrome.

Gov. John Kasich (R) signed a bill that would make it a fourth-degree felony for a doctor to perform an abortion if there is a prenatal Down syndrome diagnosis.

The doctor could face up to 18 months in prison. There is no punishment for the woman.

The law will take effect in March.

Anti-abortion rights advocates say abortions because of Down syndrome are discrimination and cheered Kasich's decision Friday.

“Ohio has given unborn children with Down syndrome and their families an early Christmas present and created a safe haven from lethal discrimination,” said Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of the Susan B. Anthony List.
Opponents argue the law will prevent women from making their own decisions on their pregnancies.

"When a woman receives a diagnosis of Down syndrome during her pregnancy, the last thing she needs is Gov. Kasich barging in to tell her what's best for her family," said NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio Executive Director Kellie Copeland.

The law could face legal challenges.

A similar law was struck down in Indiana in September by a U.S. District Judge after a lawsuit from the American Civil Liberties Union.

http://thehill.com/policy/healthcare/366201-kasich-signs-law-banning-abortions-over-down-syndrome-diagnosis

The law will DEFINITELY face legal challenges and almost certainly be ruled unconstitutional (assuming we still care about that in the era of Trump)

I'm guessing Kasich only signed this because he's going to be running for POTUS in a year or so and needs to appeal to fundies

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« Reply #309 on: January 22, 2018, 09:50:18 AM »

Pro-Life Leader Says Trump Is Reversing Abortion Policy
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01/20/2018

Tony Perkins, the pro-life leader who heads the Family Research Council, says there has never been a “better political climate” to roll-back abortion. Speaking to The Daily Caller Friday after the annual March for Life, Perkins noted, “The sun was shining today and we’ve never had better weather for the March for Life; but we’ve also never enjoyed a better political climate to promote pro-life polices.”

The reason for the favorable political environment is President Donald Trump, says Perkins. Trump addressed the march via satellite, and on Friday a White House news release entitled “President Donald J. Trump is Standing Up for the Sanctity of Life” explained how the current administration is working to restrict abortion services: “Today, the Department of Health and Human Services is announcing a proposal to revise its conscience regulations to protect President Trump’s promise to enforce Federal conscience and religious freedom protections.”

The provisions include “restricting taxpayer funds, including Medicare, Medicaid, and Obamacare, from being used by entities with discriminatory polices or convictions.”

Perkins says the Trump presidency has been the most effective pro-life administration since the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision made abortion legal in the U.S. “Under previous pro-life presidents, we’ve seen abortion legislation stopped or slowed down; we’ve rarely seen it reversed.”

Like most pro-life leaders, Perkins remains committed to overturning Roe v. Wade but he says the “chipping away” of the abortion industry will continue at the state and federal level. Perkins noted that current technology is also demonstrating that life begins at conception, intensifying the argument that abortion is the murder of the unborn.

“You cannot make abortion morally right even if you make it legal,” he says.

Perkins contrasted Trump’s enthusiastic embrace of the pro-life movement to the hostility that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has demonstrated, including a recent decision to cut-off some government funding for groups who oppose abortion. But he cautions that former president Barack Obama was not much better.

“Obama was moving in the same direction of forcing Americans to support abortion. Fortunately, he didn’t get the job done.”

http://dailycaller.com/2018/01/20/pro-life-leader-says-trump-is-reversing-abortion-policy/
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« Reply #310 on: January 29, 2018, 04:41:34 PM »

Dems block 20-week abortion ban
BY JESSIE HELLMANN - 01/29/18

Democrats blocked a bill on Monday that would ban most abortions after 20 weeks, a blow to anti-abortion groups that considered its passage a top priority for Congress in 2018.

The bill, authored by Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), was unable to get the 60 votes necessary to end a filibuster and proceed to a vote, meaning the bill is effectively dead in the upper chamber.

The bill failed with a 51-46 vote. Sens. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) and Susan Collins (R-Maine) were among those who voted "no." Alabama Sen. Doug Jones (D), who recently won in a special election against Republican candidate Roy Moore, also voted "no."

Graham's bill had little chance of passing the Senate, where Republicans hold a slim 51-49 majority. It sailed through the House on a party-line vote, 237-189, in October.

Most Democrats voted against the bill Monday, except for Sens. Joe Donnelly (Ind.), Joe Manchin (W.Va.) and Bob Casey (Pa.), all of whom are facing tough reelection bids in November.

The legislation would have made it illegal for any person to perform or attempt an abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy, with the possible penalty of five years in prison, fines or both. A woman seeking an abortion would not be penalized.

About 20 states already have similar bans. Republicans and anti-abortion activists argue the bill is necessary because advances in science and medicine make it possible for babies born prematurely to survive earlier than in previous years.

A study published in The New England Journal of Medicine in 2015 found that a small minority of babies born at 22 weeks were able to survive with few health problems.

“We’re trying to proceed to make sure that America will be a better place, that we become part of the mainstream of the world when it comes to protecting unborn children in the fifth month of presidency,” Graham said.

President Trump, speaking at the March for Life earlier this month, urged the Senate to pass the bill, declaring that he was with the "pro-life" movement "all the way."

"It is disappointing that despite support from a bipartisan majority of U.S. Senators, this bill was blocked from further consideration," Trump said in a statement following Monday's vote. "The vote by the Senate rejects scientific fact and puts the United States out of the mainstream in the family of nations, in which only 7 out of 198 nations, including China and North Korea, allow elective abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy. We must defend those who cannot defend themselves. I urge the Senate to reconsider its decision and pass legislation that will celebrate, cherish, and protect life."

Democrats and abortion rights activists, however, argue abortions after 20 weeks are rare and such bans would infringe on a woman's right to make her own health care decisions.

“It goes against the Constitution, against medical experts, and against the rights of women across the country,” said Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.), ranking Democrat on the Senate Health Committee.

Democrats also criticized Republicans for holding a vote on a bill that won’t pass instead of focusing on more pressing issues, like reaching a spending deal by Feb. 8, when the government will run out of money.

While the bill failed to pass Monday, anti-abortion groups plan to use it to hit vulnerable Democrats up for reelection in 2018.

A similar bill failed in the Senate in 2015.

http://thehill.com/homenews/senate/371269-dems-block-20-week-abortion-ban
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« Reply #311 on: March 12, 2018, 03:21:34 PM »

Mississippi passes law banning abortion after 15 weeks
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MAR 8 2018

JACKSON, Miss. — Mississippi lawmakers on Thursday passed what is likely to be the nation’s most restrictive abortion law, making the procedure illegal after 15 weeks of pregnancy.

The House voted 75-34 in favor of the measure, and Gov. Phil Bryant has said he will sign it.

The owner of Mississipi's only abortion clinic has said she'll sue if the bill goes into law — a move lawmakers not only know to expect, but seem to be encouraging, in hopes of eventually getting the nation's highest court to revisit its rulings and allow states to begin restricting abortion earlier in pregnancy.

"It seems like a pretty simple bill designed to test the viability line that the Supreme Court has drawn," said David Forte, a law professor at Ohio's Cleveland State University.

There are two exceptions to House Bill 1510: if the fetus has a health problem that would prevent it from surviving outside the womb at full term, or if the pregnant woman’s life or a “major bodily function” is threatened by the pregnancy. Pregnancies as a result of rape and incest are not exempt.

A number of states, including Mississippi, have already tiptoed up to the viability line with 20-week bans, although the U.S. Senate earlier this year rejected such a ban nationwide when supporters couldn't reach a 60-vote supermajority to act.

Related: This doctor just explained late-term abortion on Twitter

An appeals court in 2015 struck down efforts in North Dakota to ban most abortions after six weeks, when a fetus develops a detectable heartbeat, and in Arkansas after 12 weeks. Abortion rights supporters are dubious that the outcome in Mississippi would be any different.

"The Supreme Court has said and resaid again and again that states cannot prohibit women from obtaining abortions prior to viability, which is what a 15-week ban would do," said Hillary Schneller, staff attorney for the Center for Reproductive Rights. The New York-based group, which advocates for free access to abortion, called the bill unconstitutional and “medically unsound.”

Mississippi’s own 20-week ban has never been legally challenged, in part because the state’s only abortion clinic, the Jackson Women’s Health Organization, doesn’t perform abortions that late in pregnancy. According to state Department of Health statistics, 85 percent of abortions in Mississippi took place before 12 weeks in 2016.

But Diane Derzis, who owns the clinic, has said the clinic does provide abortions until about 18 weeks after pregnancy. Most of Mississippi’s 2,500 abortions in 2015 took place at the clinic.

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/mississippi-passes-law-banning-abortion-after-15-weeks-n854941
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« Reply #312 on: March 20, 2018, 06:02:22 PM »

Federal Judge Blocks Mississippi’s 15 Week Abortion Ban
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03/20/2018

A federal judge on Tuesday halted a Mississippi law prohibiting doctors from performing abortions after 15 weeks in pregnancy, less than a day after its governor signed the measure into law.

U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves granted a temporary restraining order following a lawsuit filed immediately after Republican Gov. Phil Bryant signed the measure into law Monday — meaning the law is ineffective, according to ABC News. Jackson Women’s Health Organization owner Diane Derzis, who runs the only remaining abortion clinic in Mississippi, filed the suit.

The restraining order comes after Mississippi became the first state to pass such a restrictive abortion law. Bryant signed House Bill 1510, which bans women from having abortions after 15 weeks gestation unless the unborn baby is not expected to live outside the womb or if continuing the pregnancy jeopardizes the woman’s life.

“It’s a great day in Mississippi,” Republican Miss. Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves tweeted Monday after the law passed.

A woman past 15 weeks pregnant is scheduled for a Tuesday afternoon abortion, according to Jackson Women’s Health Organization’s Dr. Sacheen Carr-Ellis. The patient will be able to proceed with the abortion now that House Bill 1510 has been blocked.

Currently, no states ban abortion before 20 weeks of pregnancy.

http://dailycaller.com/2018/03/20/mississippi-judge-abortion-ban/
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« Reply #313 on: May 29, 2018, 07:13:23 PM »

Supreme Court rejects challenge to Arkansas abortion law
BY LYDIA WHEELER - 05/29/18

The Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to hear a challenge to an Arkansas law that would impose restrictions on abortion pills, clearing the way for the measure to go into effect.

As is custom, the court did not provide an explanation as to why it refused to hear the appeal brought by Planned Parenthood, which warned that the law would make Arkansas the only state to effectively ban medication-induced abortions.

The measure, passed in 2015, imposes criminal penalties on doctors who provide medication-induced abortions unless they have a signed contract with a physician who has active admitting privileges at a hospital.

Medication-induced abortion involves the combination of two pills, called mifepristone and misoprostol. Planned Parenthood said that in 2014 alone it accounted for 45 percent of all abortions in the U.S. before nine weeks gestation.

“Protecting the health and well-being of women and the unborn will always be a priority,” Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge (R) said Tuesday after the Supreme Court decision. “We are a pro-life state and always will be as long as I am Attorney General.”

Planned Parenthood had argued the law was strikingly similar to a measure in Texas that the Supreme Court struck down in 2016. That law required doctors who perform abortions to have admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles, a requirement the court said constituted an undue burden on abortion access.

Rutledge maintained that the Arkansas law, known as the Abortion-Inducing Drugs Safety Act, only requires such abortion providers to have a contractual relationship with a physician in case follow-up treatment is needed.

Lawmakers said the law was needed to protect women's health, after finding that abortion-inducing drugs present significant medical risks, including abdominal pain, cramping, vomiting, headache, fatigue, uterine hemorrhage, viral infections and pelvic inflammatory disease.

Planned Parenthood said Tuesday it plans to take its case back down to the district court.

“Arkansas is now shamefully responsible for being the first state to ban medication abortion,” Planned Parenthood executive vice president Dawn Laguens said in a statement.

“This dangerous law immediately ends access to safe, legal abortion at all but one health center in the state. If that’s not an undue burden, what is? This law cannot and must not stand.”

The district court had originally issued a preliminary injunction blocking the law, saying it would force clinics to stop offering abortion services.

But the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals tossed out that decision, saying the district court needed to determine how many women would be unduly burdened by the state's requirement.

In October, the appeals court granted Planned Parenthood’s request to put the ruling on hold while the decision was appealed to the Supreme Court.

Pro-life advocates hailed the Supreme Court's decision on Tuesday, calling the court's refusal to take up the challenge to the Arkansas law a victory for women.

Kristi Hamrick, a spokeswoman for the anti-abortion group Students for Life of America, told The Hill she hopes legislators in all 50 states will take a look at health and safety standards designed to protect women.

“It’s up to legislators to decide which approach they want … This law merely said in an emergency there needs to be a plan in place to make sure women don’t bleed to death,” she said.

But NARAL Pro-Choice America argued the Arkansas law, and a separate state law requiring women to receive certain state-mandated information 48 hours before an abortion, could force some women to travel hundreds of miles to receive an abortion.

“Seven in 10 Americans believe that abortion should remain legal and accessible, yet the anti-choice GOP remains obsessed with ignoring the will of the people and using every tool at their disposal, including the courts, to chip away at our fundamental rights,” the group’s spokeswoman Kaylie Hanson Long said in a statement.

http://thehill.com/regulation/court-battles/389679-supreme-court-rejects-challenge-to-abortion-law
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« Reply #314 on: May 30, 2018, 05:32:47 AM »

I think a woman should have the right to an abortion the 1st 16 weeks.
If she hasn't made up her mind by then, she loses the choice.
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« Reply #315 on: October 15, 2018, 07:47:22 PM »

Is this legit??

CALIFORNIA: PRO-CHOICE ACTIVIST PROUDLY BREAKS WORLD RECORD BY GETTING HER 27TH ABORTION

A 34-year-old Pro-Choice activist has officially broken a world record after receiving her 27th abortion.
The historic operation was performed at the Sacramento Street Health Center and required Elena Travis, 34, to visit the abortion clinic three consecutive times because she was 24 weeks pregnant.

Elena Travis, 34, a medical school student who hopes to one day perform abortions herself, believes abortion is a right and hopes to inspire other women to have it practiced on them by showing others that it is a safe and healthy procedure.

“I feel great. I love the feeling of being pregnant, but I would never want to bring a newborn baby into this miserable world,” she told reporters.
 
Medical staff at the Sacramento Street Health Center required the abortion be performed in three consecutive operations due to the fact that Ms. Travis was 24 weeks pregnant at the time.

“If abortion is murder, then I’m a mass murderer,” she told reporters jokingly.
Elena Travis had her first abortion at the age of 9 and says abortions have since been the ideal solution for her since she reacts negatively to birth control and emergency contraceptive pills.

Although Travis says she loves the feeling of being pregnant and bearing life within her womb, she says she realizes that giving birth would only doom her child to “a life of misery and suffering” and be “an extra burden for the planet.”

“I feel in awe of the fact that I can make a baby. I can give life and then take it away,” she added.
Other Pro-Choice activists on social media have even compared her to legendary feminists such as Margaret Sanger and Margaret Thatcher, although she claims she is just doing her part to make the world a better place.

https://worldnewsdailyreport.com/california-pro-choice-activist-proudly-breaks-world-record-by-getting-her-27th-abortion/
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« Reply #316 on: October 16, 2018, 05:32:05 AM »

Is this legit??

Well, that you felt compelled to ask that question suggests it probably isn’t. But let’s see.

CALIFORNIA: PRO-CHOICE ACTIVIST PROUDLY BREAKS WORLD RECORD BY GETTING HER 27TH ABORTION

Uhm, just the title suggests that “no, it fucking isn’t”.


Dude, seriously? I mean come on. Even if the content of the article and the wording didn’t give it away, and even if you didn’t know that this site is a known satire/parody site, the fucking website has this disclaimer:

”World News Daily Report assumes all responsibility for the satirical nature of its articles and for the fictional nature of their content. All characters appearing in the articles in this website – even those based on real people – are entirely fictional and any resemblance between them and any person, living, dead or undead, is purely a miracle.”

Even if you missed that, simply typing “is world news daily report legit” on Google would have given you the answer!

It scares me to think you’re probably representative of the average American.
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« Reply #317 on: October 16, 2018, 07:45:00 AM »

Well, that you felt compelled to ask that question suggests it probably isn’t. But let’s see.

Uhm, just the title suggests that “no, it fucking isn’t”.

Dude, seriously? I mean come on. Even if the content of the article and the wording didn’t give it away, and even if you didn’t know that this site is a known satire/parody site, the fucking website has this disclaimer:

”World News Daily Report assumes all responsibility for the satirical nature of its articles and for the fictional nature of their content. All characters appearing in the articles in this website – even those based on real people – are entirely fictional and any resemblance between them and any person, living, dead or undead, is purely a miracle.”

Even if you missed that, simply typing “is world news daily report legit” on Google would have given you the answer!

It scares me to think you’re probably representative of the average American.

You typed all that just to point it is a satirical website?  How will I ever recover?   Roll Eyes  I would thank you for this if you didn't act like such an arrogant punk when taking so much time to point this out.  lol 
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« Reply #318 on: October 16, 2018, 08:10:47 AM »

You typed all that just to point it is a satirical website?  How will I ever recover?   Roll Eyes  I would thank you for this if you didn't act like such an arrogant punk when taking so much time to point this out.  lol  

I typed all that (took all of 45 seconds) because you’ve done this shit before and have been called out for it repeatedly, asshole.

I’m not sure if you do it because your memory is not working, or because you are too stupid to understand that this is a satirical website, or because you’re just don’t care about posting nonsense and asking “zomg is this like for realz u guyzzz?!?!?”

I’m not sure and I don’t much care. But if you think that I won’t call you out for it when I come across it, prepare to be disappointed.
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« Reply #319 on: October 16, 2018, 08:18:10 AM »

I typed all that (took all of 45 seconds) because you’ve done this shit before and have been called out for it repeatedly, asshole.

I’m not sure if you do it because your memory is not working, or because you are too stupid to understand that this is a satirical website, or because you’re just don’t care about posting nonsense and asking “zomg is this like for realz u guyzzz?!?!?”

I’m not sure and I don’t much care. But if you think that I won’t call you out for it when I come across it, prepare to be disappointed.

Listen you pseudo-intellectual, you don't impress me.  Take your high and mighty attitude and stick it where the sun doesn't shine.  (I didn't time this, but I think it took me less than a minute.) 
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« Reply #320 on: October 16, 2018, 11:24:34 AM »

Listen you pseudo-intellectual, you don't impress me.  Take your high and mighty attitude and stick it where the sun doesn't shine.  (I didn't time this, but I think it took me less than a minute.) 

I don’t need to impress you, bub. And I don’t need to stay quiet when you post bullshit. If you don’t like it, tough.
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« Reply #321 on: October 16, 2018, 12:50:44 PM »

I don’t need to impress you, bub. And I don’t need to stay quiet when you post bullshit. If you don’t like it, tough.

Good because you don’t.  I don’t give a rip how loud or quiet you are.  But as I’ve said before, you are one angry little buggah.  You should consider smoking dope or something.  I hear it makes people pretty mellow.
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