Will Roe v. Wade help the Democrats in the Midterms?

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ZNP

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19% of Americans are in the upper tier of income. (https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-ta...-ground-financially-to-upper-income-families/). For these people it is very likely that the inflation and possible war will not be major issues in the next six months. However it is also very likely that their political leanings will not change.

However, for 80% of Americans inflation, the war and the border crisis will be at the top of their concerns. Now it may be that some of those Americans will be pregnant, want to get an abortion and be living in a state where that law may change. But how many of those women were going to vote Republican but now are going to change their vote to Democrat? This is probably a tiny number of people.

On the other hand 80% of Americans in every swing state in the US will be severely impacted by inflation, recession, crime, the war and the border crisis. How many of those will change their vote from Democrat to Republican or will simply stay home? I suspect a lot, not simply a guess but based on the polls.

Also there is another group -- Democrats who are "pro choice" but see through the hypocrisy and hysteria of the left on this abortion issue. This may help some wake up to the lies and deceit. Therefore in my opinion the impact of this for the Democrats at the polls will be negligible, maybe even negative, while the other issues will be so overwhelmingly negative it won't matter in the slightest.

However, suppose there is a huge sweep in November while all the Democrats are running on Roe v. Wade? That could completely expose the lie that 69% of Americans are against this ruling.
 

Dino246

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Can we make intelligence a filter for receiving a ballot?
 

ResidentAlien

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It's hard to say. If the Dems start talking too much about it, that means everyone will keep hearing about it, including Republicans. That could energize them to get out and vote. This is a very strange thing. If it was politically motivated I don't see how it can benefit either party really.
 

ZNP

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This issue should be used to help destroy the Democratic party

We should have campaign ads that drive home these seven points

1. Look at their hypocrisy -- one month they can't define what a woman is, the next month they are telling us "don't tell women what to do with their bodies".

2. You mandated an experimental vaccine that was very harmful to pregnant women and others. No one said one word about "my body my choice" but now that we are talking about Roe v. Wade it is "my body my choice".

3. 9 Supreme court justices decided that hidden in the Constitution was the right to an abortion. No one was allowed to vote on this, no law was passed, they dictated this to us from the bench. Now the Supreme court is admitting that was a mistake, let the States vote on this and the Democrats are telling you that is against Democracy?

4. Elizabeth Warren is loudly proclaiming that 69% of Americans support Roe v. Wade and yet they tell us that all but a few states will likely or definitely impose many more restrictions or outright bans on it. That doesn't make any sense. Both can be lies but both cannot be true.

5. Leaking this ruling was a terrible crime, terrible precedent, and should have been condemned and yet Biden and his administration was silent. That is horrifying.

6. Doxxing the six conservative judges was a terrifying and criminal activity and yet Biden was silent about condemning that as well.

7. Abortion is racist. If Black Lives Matter then why don't 20 million lives of black babies matter?
 
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Abortion issue essentially only impacts young/younger women (and possibly their husbands/boyfriends if they are involved). Meanwhile there are some issues that impact most everyone, especially increasing costs/inflation. I think these issues such as rising costs (in everything like food, gas, home price, rent, etc.) will have a bigger impact when it comes to voting.
 

ZNP

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If you have been paying attention to Dana Coverstone dreams for the last two years the news appears to be scenes taken right from his dreams that he has had since the winter of 2020.

It is hard to keep saying that demon possession is simply a superstitious understanding of mental health when you see the news today.
 

ResidentAlien

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Coverstone should be ignored. If you watch the video below he doesn't make any sense. He says he believes his dreams are prophetic and in the next breath he says he's not a prophet. He also says he hears God's voice, he knows what God's voice and the Holy Spirit's voice sound like; yet, he's not a prophet.

He says he reads 40 newspapers a day from all over the world. If he reads that many newspapers he wouldn't have any time left for Yahweh's word. And if he does read that man newspapers every day it's no wonder he has crazy dreams. He should spend more time in the word, then maybe he might have a little peace in his soul.

ZNP, this isn't a personal attack but in my opinion Dana Coverstone is a garden variety false prophet. He's an extreme right-winger who tells people to stockpile food, guns and ammunition.

 

ZNP

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ZNP, this isn't a personal attack but in my opinion Dana Coverstone is a garden variety false prophet. He's an extreme right-winger who tells people to stockpile food, guns and ammunition.

Yes I have heard that. I went and watched a video calling him a false prophet about a dream he had a year ago and what seemed to "have not happened" at that time sounded like the six o'clock news today.

So I appreciate your concern but I will make my own decisions about who and what I listen to.

Also, this term "false prophet" is bandied about way too easily by people not realizing that you will be judged with the same judgement you judge others. A dream can be a warning, not necessarily a prophecy. If someone says "God said this" then sure, you can look very carefully at that. But Coverstone is very clear, I have never once heard him say that. The term "brace yourself" is a warning. He was saying that 2 years ago and it seems very prescient today.
 

ResidentAlien

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So I appreciate your concern but I will make my own decisions about who and what I listen to.
I'm afraid you misunderstood me. My concern isn't for you; I know you're dug in and are firm in your beliefs. My concern is for anyone who may be on the fence and will be led astray by Coverstone and his ilk.
 

TheLearner

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19% of Americans are in the upper tier of income. (https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-ta...-ground-financially-to-upper-income-families/). For these people it is very likely that the inflation and possible war will not be major issues in the next six months. However it is also very likely that their political leanings will not change.

However, for 80% of Americans inflation, the war and the border crisis will be at the top of their concerns. Now it may be that some of those Americans will be pregnant, want to get an abortion and be living in a state where that law may change. But how many of those women were going to vote Republican but now are going to change their vote to Democrat? This is probably a tiny number of people.

On the other hand 80% of Americans in every swing state in the US will be severely impacted by inflation, recession, crime, the war and the border crisis. How many of those will change their vote from Democrat to Republican or will simply stay home? I suspect a lot, not simply a guess but based on the polls.

Also there is another group -- Democrats who are "pro choice" but see through the hypocrisy and hysteria of the left on this abortion issue. This may help some wake up to the lies and deceit. Therefore in my opinion the impact of this for the Democrats at the polls will be negligible, maybe even negative, while the other issues will be so overwhelmingly negative it won't matter in the slightest.

However, suppose there is a huge sweep in November while all the Democrats are running on Roe v. Wade? That could completely expose the lie that 69% of Americans are against this ruling.
start at post two, The ladies need only travel to a state that still does abortions. I expect most state will keep abortion legal.