Susie Bright speaks on South Dakota most eloquently.
"The governors' legislation is their idea of election-cheap moral posturing at the expense of the young, the poor, the isolated. Their hypocrisy is a killing floor, and it's the kind of blood they'll never wash off their hands. What do you say to men who promote a woman-hating ethos that never met a girl they couldn’t grind into a shallow grave? They don't even deserve my spit."
Here's the deal, kids. They start with some little podunk state like South Dakota but it isn't going to stop there. We simply cannot afford to hide our heads and say, "Well it's not here and those women can just travel out of state." because honestly, they can't. Not all of them, anyway. And then it'll be another state and then another state and soon it will be your state. Susie asks why there isn't some Lysistrata style uprising on the part of women everywhere when our politicians start pulling crap like this. Maybe she's got a point. Maybe a bunch of pissed off husbands and boyfriends who aren't getting any** will feel inclined to lobby their elected representatives. It isn't going to end with the life/choice issue. Okay? It won't stop there. These people want to dictate the moral compass of this country and from what I can see, they couldn't find true north if it was wrapped up in a gold bow in front of 'em and their lives depended on it. Your state next. Your lifestyle next. Count on it.
"These are such ugly times." They totally are.
**not work safe. not red state safe.