NYTimes: A Supreme Court Divided. On the Right.

Contrary to all the hysterical warnings about how Kavanaugh was going to kill abortion rights, he’s doing the exact opposite. Because it was never about how he was going to vote or what impact he was going to have on the Supreme Court “for generations to come.” It was about creating a precedent for keeping you and me scared in the newly fluid workplace.

Unlike our jobs, abortion is completely safe since it moved from surgical to medicated. Nobody can stand up to drug companies. Nobody. People who wave around coat hangers in the context of abortion are manipulating gullible fools while picking their pockets.

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One thought on “NYTimes: A Supreme Court Divided. On the Right.”

  1. It was about creating a precedent for keeping you and me scared in the newly fluid workplace.
    Eh, nothing makes you less fluid than a kid. I can tell an employer to fuck off in ways that someone who has kids and a mortgage cannot because right now I’m responsible for myself. Nobody is dependent on me. Of course that may change as my parents age. Remember the Walmart parking lot couple that traveled the country in their van? How much would we have criticized them if they didn’t have a preschooler in tow?

    I’ll wait to see how they rule on things like non-competes, credit card transaction fees and mega-mergers before declaring this dude a friend of fluidity. Non-competes make you non-fluid too.

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