The Supreme Court ruled this morning that an expansive abortion clinic “buffer zone” in Massachusetts violated the First Amendment.

Even at argument in January, the left-wing SCOTUS judges indicated that the Bay State regulation went too far.

Here is the SCOTUS opinion, with no dissents:

Pro-life activists gave thanks and praise.

Radical abortion feminists and their sympathizers were … not so happy.

Some railed against the “right-wing” court:

https://twitter.com/brflux/status/482174698671730688

But just a reminder: All three women on the high court, Sonia Sotomayor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan, are liberals who sided with this unanimous decision.

  • VerminMcCann

    The left has always hated freedom, including freedom of speech. It’s nice when they just come out and say it.

    • Ty in TX ✓ᵇᵒⁿᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      No, no. They’re cool with it as long as it’s their speech.

      • MaisieMartin

        Imagine if we tried to put buffer zones around the fast food restaurants the employees are picketing. LAWL

        • Utopia Can Never be Achieved

          Most of the protests I’ve seen near abortion clinics has been on the sidewalks closest to the main roadways. It would allow them to have more of a view to those who were driving by. Then again, there are those clinics that could be tucked into a business park and a bit off the main highways.

          Let free speech reign over all.

          • Ryan Schneider.

            This should have an interesting effect on the clinic in my town. It has a steep hill behind it that was off limits, but now a group holding a huge banner could become a living billboard.

      • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

        As long as it adheres to their Beliefs, opinions, and agendas… Jawamax 8<{D}

    • FallenAngelofDoom

      To leftists, freedom of speech means being able to get nude and have sex in public.

      The “speech” part of “freedom of speech” is where it gets complicated.

      • daleyrocks

        Pooping on police cars and masturbating in public are also cherished free speech activities of the left.

        • Eric Zombrow

          sounds like the right to lice bunch of idiots of the occupy movements. bunch of animals.

      • Eric Zombrow

        My parents friends who lived in San Francisco, moved last year. I asked why he did this, and his answer was classic. “I took my Grand kids into town for ice cream, but I had to stop at the bank. At the ATM 4 people were clad in leather chaps with the butts cut out, and the girl had on no top and a leather mask….I went home and told my wife they can keep this city we are out of here”
        My point is, you are exactly right. These people want a society of their creation no matter how immoral it is.

    • conservativechick

      Wow. I don’t remember that much anger over them Obamacare ruling? I was pissed but these reactions are way out there from some sick people!

    • Eric Zombrow

      read the hate comments above, and you can see just who the enemy really are. and they think we are crazy because we feel, killing a baby is wrong….wow I must be crazy?

  • waltermitty2012

    Between this and the NLRB ruling, today is looking to be a great day. I hope SCOTUS does the right thing with the Hobby Lobby case.

    • conservativechick

      The tweet from this one is profound! ‘created an environment for somebody to DIE.’ Yup, that’s what abortions do every day!? Kelly @CamelotK #SCOTUS just created the environment for somebody to DIE. Right Wing anti-#abortion zealots are NUTS. http://thkpr.gs/1mhC6aH @thinkprogress

  • http://www.freedomreconnection.com/ FreedomRecon

    Per the prog reactions, they only agree with free speech when it applies to them.

    • alanstorm

      It’s almost as if they’re hypocritical idiots or something.

      • Henry Rearden

        Yea….Almost…That’s the ticket!

    • Humanary Stew

      Does that surprise you though?

      And welcome back. Missed ya.

      • http://www.freedomreconnection.com/ FreedomRecon

        Thanks, not totally back, though. My daughter is here for another week. So I still won’t be online much.

        • Humanary Stew

          Yea. I noticed that since. LOL Enjoy your time with her. Probably for the best as my eyes get irritated if at the computer too long. And you being active here would only make me want to be on more than I should.

    • Mary Mommy Happy 2016!

      Liberals only want free of speech that follows their liberal agenda. Anything and everything else that goes against their liberal ideological. They feel needs to be suppress and censorship.

      • JP

        I didn’t see them calling for buffer zones when that liberal prof attacked an anti-abortion teenager last year.

    • Jill

      One can only surmise that their new and updated pocket Constitution included the right to speech and assembly….so long as the speech and assembly tows the progressive line.

  • RightnTexas4TedCruz

    Finally! Now how about re-affirming the second amendment?

    • Utopia Can Never be Achieved

      Correct. Though I do have refined confidence in the supreme court and this ruling on the buffer zones along with ruling that recess period appointments by Obama is unconstitutional hits the left hard. Granted, it’s not about the fight – rather just the decisions and the reactions from the left is enough for me. Letting them know that making their own rules as they seem fit still isn’t acceptable with our U.S. Constitution.

      I’ll have to research these items a bit to see how Sotomayer voted. I hardly think I’ll be too surprised on that angle though.

  • Doc Farmer ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I love this! Naturally, the lib/dem/soc/commie/fascist/babykillers will ignore it…

  • Sanchez

    SCOTUS also was UNANIMOUS against Obama’s “recess” appointments to the NLRB.

    I offer that as ARTICLE 1 of Obama’s Impeachment.

    • mrspinky85

      Look at this tibit I found “There is no question that the Senate was using a procedural trick to remain technically in session while most of its members were out of town. But you know who devised that trick? Harry Reid, that’s who. And he did it when George W. Bush was president for the express purpose of preventing Bush from making recess appointments.”

      Harry Reid screwed Obama. OMG! lol.
      http://www.caintv.com/breaking-supremes-unanimously

  • LinTaylor ✓vitrified

    Wow, 2 for 2 today. Way to go, Supremes.

    • JP

      Given there is only one January decision outstanding (Harris) and only one judge who hasn’t released a January opinion yet (Alito), doesn’t look too good for forced unionization either. The big mystery then is who is writing Hobby Lobby. Betting is on the Chief, which would seem like a win for civil rights, but we’ve been down that road before with JGR and ACA so who knows? Monday will be interesting…..

    • Jay Stevens

      It’s like 3 for 3 for the week because the Court also spanked the EPA.

  • Sanchez

    Court watchers, how often is there unanimous decisions form SCOTUS? This is 2 in a row!

    • http://macsen573.wix.com/overdrive Macsen Overdrive

      Plus the privacy decisions yesterday. They’re on a roll.

      • Sanchez

        I missed that one! This can’t happen too often can it?

      • Maria McCuskey

        Privacy for liberals: to kill a baby, yes.
        To own a gun: No
        Keep your health plan: No
        See the doctor you like: No
        Use the bathroom as a woman without men: No
        Get a tattoo: No

    • JP

      Most of their decisions are unanimous actually. I think somewhere around 65 percent this year. A few decisions were 8-1 or 7-2, or 6-3. I want to say about 25 percent are 5-4’s but even those don’t always break down on strictly ideological lines. We have seen some unusual 5-4’s this year. You can check it out on Scotusblog, they have a Stat Pack that keeps track of decisions by vote split, as well as a lot of other things. Like most progressive myths, the one about the Court being overly politicized just doesn’t hold up to scrutiny. In fact, it is easily the least politicized of our three federal branches – which is exactly why they want to dismantle it.

  • http://macsen573.wix.com/overdrive Macsen Overdrive

    Batting 1.000 thus far today. A thing of beauty.

  • Sanchez

    Obama is being thrown under his own bus by his own SCOTUS appointees.

    • badbadlibs

      That’s a pleasant thought. Turn about is fair play, after all. :-)

  • BoscoBolt
  • nc ✓s & balances

    Unanimous? Who ya gonna demonize now, libbies? Woo Hoo!

    • Fairfax51

      I know…unanimous! I think that science has proven life at inception via DNA, chromosomes & genetic patterns makes it harder and harder for the ‘kill it’ crowd.

  • Jim Denney

    The coat hanger crowd was doubly butthurt that the SCOTUS failed to issue a “trigger warning” before affirming that pro-life people have freedom of speech and assembly too (for now).

  • QueenB

    The rage is further proof that the left isn’t really about “choice”, it’s about women making the choice they would make. They sure seem to get really upset when the possibility of a woman making a different choice to keep the baby, exists.

    • Maria McCuskey

      Liberals are not pro choice. They are pro abortion. Pro dead baby. I hear in New York oh so pro choice Governor Crapo passed a law mandating parental consent for ear piercings for minors because apparently they are not mature enough to make that decisions like that that are permanent. Yet a surgery like abortion with real death risks and absolutely irreversible consequences is nothing at all. Ears are not your body, babies are.

      • mrspinky85

        Yes, because if a woman chooses to stand outside an abortion clinic and help women in another way, liberals are so against that.

  • End abortion,sodomy&divorce!

    Stop abortion…PERIOD!

    • Fairfax51

      One step at a time unfortunately. Hopefully you replied to some of the above tweets and are part of the ‘fight’ against abortion.

  • Fairfax51

    Talk about …unglued….! These people would think THEY were sentenced to DEATH and are INNOCENT instead of THEM sentencing the INNOCENT to DEATH.
    Hope some people besides me replied to their “tweets”. I know it will mean a deluge of hateful comments back, but that is why they call it a fight.

  • Hotlanta Mike
    • QueenB

      The rebels of this country have gone from fighting “the man” to kissing his a$$.

      • alanstorm

        Or “fighting the power” to BEING the power. Looks like the view from there is a bit different.

      • Hotlanta Mike

        Today THEY ARE the man…

        http://oi58.tinypic.com/309scah.jpg

        • Zohydro

          Priceless!

    • grais

      Yeah. And look at what a success he turned out to be.

      • Hotlanta Mike

        After all they were the ones they had been waiting for…

  • QueenB

    And for the record, that’s 2 unanimous decisions handed down today that aren’t what Obama wants. There will be crying in liberalville today.

    • H50 ✓RAT

      Now they need to go after the Universities and their free speech zones that are the size of a postage stamp, on the far side of the campus, by the dumpsters.

      • QueenB

        I was wondering about that myself. I dunno sounds kinda crazy….people being able to say what they want, just walking down the street! Oh the humanity!!! /s

        • H50 ✓RAT

          Apparently, students handing out copies of the Constitution in the quad to other students is offensive and a danger to campus safety…..or something.

  • Frogmouth

    There are many possible negative ramifications, but that’s part of being (at least nominally) free.

    • QueenB

      Like what? A woman going into the clinic to abort her baby may actually reconsider and make a different choice? We can’t be having that now, can we?

      • Frogmouth

        If she chooses to carry the baby to term and give it the best life she can, then that’s a positive outcome, so no…that’s not one of the negatives to which I had alluded.

  • MarcusFenix

    Maybe it’s just me, but does anyone else notice that when these liberal pinheads don’t get what they want, they get all upset and just use the F word repeatedly and act like a child? It’s like….they don’t have any real argument or rebuttal otherwise.

    • QueenB

      No. It’s not “like” that. It’s EXACTLY that.

      • MarcusFenix

        I was trying to be charitable….something else the left typically avoids doing in many respects. :) Point taken, however.

    • Acethepug

      Of course they don’t. Why did they vote for Obama? Hope and Change (and not being Bush) and White Guilt. The Left is ALL ABOUT feelings. Reason and logic never enter into it. If they did, the world would be a better place overall.

      • Maria McCuskey

        Obama’s campaign speech
        Random Noun…Irrelevant verb…Preposition just to look cool…HOPE…CHANGE!!
        Electorate with poop for brains-Yay!!!
        Our country is a nuclear dump site.

    • FallenAngelofDoom
    • H50 ✓RAT

      Its not just you.
      I tried that tactic on the hubbs the other night, he just pointed and laughed at me. Even the dogs were rolling on the floor.
      As it should be.

      • Humanary Stew

        Is there video?

        • H50 ✓RAT

          There was, but I erased it. Having them all LOLing at me like that was embarrassing. 😉

          • Humanary Stew

            Awwww. I bet it was cute.

          • H50 ✓RAT

            The Lab was covering his eyes while he rolled on the floor. That was kinda cute. Hes not used to seeing mommy at like a fool.

  • 277Volt

    “SCOTUS just created the environment for someone to DIE”

    What the hell does she think an abortion clinic is all about?

    • QueenB

      Guess she never heard of Gosnell either.

      • Maria McCuskey

        Abortionists who do bad things are shrugged off as political inconveniences to be forgotten. Killed a women, its okay abortion killing is still wonderful. Pro lifer accidentaly steps on pro abort, media chaos and those EVIL ANTI CHOICERS WHO HATE WOMEN! comments. WTSF!!!

        • QueenB

          Hey, Gosnell had the one nice room for all the white suburbanites, so it was cool. No one on the left care about dead black women. Or children, for that matter. (See well, abortion and no one caring much about the kids shot and killed in gun free Chicago every weekend.)

          • Humanary Stew

            The real story out of all of that is that it wasn’t just happening in Philadelphia where Gosnell was. There was a clinic in Muskegon Michigan shut down because of a death and unsanitary conditions. There was also a clinic in Houston as well.

          • Eric Zombrow

            Don’t you get it, we have to get the assault weapons first…that is what all the liberals say. Doesn’t matter that handguns are the preferred weapon of choice.

    • alanstorm

      Cognitive dissonance. It’s the left’s signature.

    • Acethepug

      Remember, to the abortion-loving Left, those aborted fetuses are NOT a someone, not a person. It makes no sense, but that it how they see it. At least, those who aggressively defend it, anyway.

      • Maria McCuskey

        I am sure if the country applied that status to animals there would be a civil war.

        • Sean Barrentine

          Be the shortest armed conflict in the history of the world

        • Eric Zombrow

          I truly believe that we are heading that way my friend. You can’t keep going along the highway like this at full speed and just think nothing is going to happen when we hit the wall.
          17 trillion in debt,
          thousands of illegals (infested,infected) who will blindly vote for who will give them benefits
          trillions of unfunded liabilities in Social Security that just is not there anymore,
          a Welfare system that supports nearly 14 million people, who will blindly vote for who will give them benefits
          and a smaller and smaller portion of society made up of White, Black, Asian, Spanish, and Indians who eventually are going to stop paying for all the leeches of the nation who are not contributing. At some point the wells will run dry and there will be chaos in the streets, its scary as heck.

    • Emily B

      *irony*

    • Sean Barrentine

      Don’t take life so seriously, numbskulls. Ain’t no one gets out alive, anyway.

    • Eric Zombrow

      that is what is really scary….they have no idea.

  • ISurvivedaBlueState

    You can bet your *ss liberals would be cheering this verdict if the protesting was done to try to protect gay people, welfare recipients or Gitmo detainees.

  • Jenn Oates

    The irony of someone being worried that someone’s gonna DIE as the result of this decision is deep…and bitter and full of unawareness.

    • QueenB

      Considering these people grow up constantly hearing that the child growing inside their body is “just a clump of cells” how can you expect them to think it is anything but? I’m convinced this is why they are so against ultrasound laws. Heaven forbid a woman makes a different choice after seeing on the ultrasound that “clump of cells” looks a lot like a baby.

      • Acethepug

        Agreed. Isn’t it odd that these same people would agree that the law would charge someone who killed a pregnant woman with TWO murders (the woman and the unborn child), and yet still insist that, for the sake of abortion, that it is as you say, “just a clump of cells”?

        Seems to me the two are diametrically opposing viewpoints, but I’m sure they just don’t actually think about it, else their house of infanticide comes crashing down.

        • QueenB

          Actually, I’m not sure if many of the pro-aborts think someone should be charged with two murders for killing a pregnant woman.

        • walterc

          The same people that argue against the death penalty because life is precious. A convicted murderer must live because government shouldn’t decide who lives and who dies, but an unborn child’s death is a choice given to a woman by the government.

          These people have no sense of logic.

      • H50 ✓RAT

        On the nosey.

  • Zach Smith

    “#SCOTUS just created the environment for somebody to DIE. Right Wing anti-#abortion zealots are NUTS.”

    My irony plug-in flagged this post.

    • grais

      Yep. I think my eyes actually bugged out.

      • spaceycakes

        I nearly swallowed my uvula

  • grais

    “just created the environment for somebody to DIE.”
    At abortion clinics.

    Ya can’t make this stuff up.

  • AT

    “safety essential buffer zones.”

    My ass. Has anyone ever heard of an abortion protester violently assaulting a pregnant woman on the way in to Planned Parenthood? I sure don’t, because surely the State Media would have been crowing about it for weeks.

    And oh, the hypocrisy of it all. “Protect my safety while walk into a place for the purpose of murdering my progeny.”

    • H50 ✓RAT

      Aside from that abortion doctor getting killed at his clinic (Tiller?), the only violence Ive ever heard of outside of abortion clinics was AGAINST the pro life protestors.

  • Informed&Concerned

    Those liberals sure are liberal with use of the F-bomb

    And their use ties into their reproductive concerns along with Wendy Davis actions

    Big circle of anti-life

    • Red Fred

      They are vocabulary impaired.

      • Informed&Concerned

        P R A Y is my favorite 4-letter word

      • H50 ✓RAT

        Thats what comes of limited brain function and hive mind mentality.

  • bicentennialguy

    To the poor little spoiled children who want no consequences to their actions and filthy lust – your tears and lamentations nourish me. I want more.

  • http://lordfoggybottom.com/ BlahBlah

    But we still have no rape zones yes?

    • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Gun-free zones too!

      • MyrmidoNOT

        Don’t forget the service free zones…
        (certain VA facilities).

  • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    As long as the protesters aren’t literally standing in the doorway and calling the women going in and out everything but their names, howndahell do you prevent someone from exercising their free-speech rights, I ask? Who’s such a special little snowflake that she needs to be protected from a sign carried by someone a few feet away, someone who may actually be silent, or praying, or, at the most intrusive, asking her to reconsider? Good grief– you’d think that if a woman took the decision and the action to come to a clinic like that, she’d be a bit more resolute and blow off all the protesters by ignoring them.

    I’m still not convinced that many of the violent incidents that have supposedly occurred In the past weren’t committed either by unbalanced people who should have been better vetted, or even by provocateurs.

  • Julie

    One of these left wing lunatics has a TL filled with pictures of baby animals. Does she not see the hypocrisy of that?

    • Humanary Stew

      Don’t you know that animals are more important than people to many liberals? After all people are evil, just not those specific people that have that belief.

  • http://www.GONINERS.com/ Kristine ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I am amused at how the Left thought storming the Legislature a year ago in Texas was THE MOST AMAZING THING EVER to support abortion but are now flipping out by people not having to remain 35 feet away to protest abortion.

    • Acethepug

      It’s DIFFERENT when they do it — simple as that.

      Trust me, the connection never entered their minds. Rules are for other people, not them.

    • H50 ✓RAT

      Kinda boggles the mind, dont it?

  • tjp77

    Even the lefty troglodyte commenters on Gawker were pretty much in agreement with this decision, which should tell you something right there.

  • Acethepug

    Hooray! My state gets smacked down HARD, like it deserves. The tears of the baby-killers are like fine wine to me right now.

    To all the pearl-clutching, fainting couch gracing idiots posting above about how this will SURELY lead to someone being killed — newsflash, you soulless monsters, there are murders going on at those clinics EVERY DAY. Don’t project your Moloch-love of death on those of us who oppose abortion outside of rape, incest, or medical necessity.

    Oh, and a special shout-out to Lefty idiot Kelly (@CamelotK). YOUR party is the one that booed Israel AND God at your National Convention, sunshine. You are the ones with the insane zealots, you harpy.

    • walterc

      Acethepug, I agree with most everything in your comment and I understand the emotional issues here, but why does a baby conceived through rape or incest have less value than a baby conceived in the back seat of daddies Buick?

      Don’t mean to offend, but I’ve never understood the distinction. The medical necessity of the mother’s survival is a different matter, but method of conception just doesn’t seem like a valid standard to me.

      • H50 ✓RAT

        “Don’t project your Moloch-love of death on those of us who oppose abortion outside of rape, incest, or medical necessity.”

        You must have ignored this part of Aces post.
        #ReadingIsFundemental

        • walterc

          Am I reading it wrong? When he says “those of us who oppose abortion outside of rape, incest, or medical necessity.” is he not saying that in cases of “rape, incest, or medical necessity” abortion is ok or at least should be allowed?

          #ReadingIsFundemental

          • H50 ✓RAT

            OMG, you were being serious? You really cant see any difference between consensually getting irresponsibly knocked up and cases of rape, incest or medical necessity being a valid reason for abortion? Seriously.
            Even the most ardent pro lifer cannot possibly be that cold blooded.
            In this day and age where ya cant swing a dead cat around without hitting birth control (now free birth control) Im all for shutting these murder mills down who encourage women to use abortion as primary or secondary birth control, but I do feel there are exceptions to that rule, but being victimized and killing the mother to maybe save the baby (against their will) are legitimate exceptions to that rule.
            Im dumbfounded that you were serious, I really am.

          • http://archive.is Shepherd

            It is a fair point, IMO – there is a consistency that a fetus is a life and killing that fetus, regardless of the circumstances of conception is murder. Adding one tragedy (abortion) to another tragedy (rape/incest) is sad. I’m not advocating legality, but consistency of the approach and the reality of such a tragedy.

          • H50 ✓RAT

            The poster is certainly entitled to their opinions as are you. I see the point your making about consistency, and it is a valid one, but also heartless IMO.

            I guess Im always just a little shocked by an all or nothing attitude when it comes to deciding the fate/sufferings of other humans. We as soulful creatures are a little more complicated than that.

          • Tullia_Ciceronis

            I understand where you are coming from, but if a rape victim is suicidal, she is not allowed to kill herself. She is taken to a psychiatric facility and often forced to take medication. I have never understood why medical professionals are required to forcibly violate the bodily integrity of a traumatized rape victim in order to keep her from killing herself, but not in order to keep her from killing her unborn child. I believe that both victims are valuable and deserve to be protected.

          • H50 ✓RAT

            I believe its up to the rape victim, do you really think that forcing a traumatized suicidal rape victim to have her baby against her will is good for her or her baby?
            Im gobsmacked if you do.

          • Tullia_Ciceronis

            Well, if someone is suicidal, we force them to live, whether they like it or not. I guess I just don’t understand why we force traumatized people to live but allow someone to kill their unborn child. I know multiple people who have been victims of rape or who have been concieved in rape, and so I guess I see both sides.
            If someone is truly suicidal and cannot be treated apart from abortion, then I guess that falls under the life of the mother catagory, which i do support.
            All of the people that I know who were concieved in rape are alive because their mothers were forced to have them. All are grateful for their lives. All eventally reunited with their mothers and their stories had a happy ending, so I am coming from that perspective.

          • nc ✓s & balances

            We almost never hear their stories. I bet a lot of people would have a change of heart if we did.

          • H50 ✓RAT

            Forced to are the words that I have issue with. If a woman chooses to have the baby regardless of how it was conceived fine, if she chooses to abort thats fine too. I just dont believe that she should be forced to do either.

          • walterc

            You’re missing my point, there is a difference between pregnancy from consensual vs non consensual sex. I’m saying there’s no difference between the babies of said conceptions.

            I’m not advocating forcing any woman to give birth, I’m just saying that if you are making a “an unborn child is a human” argument, there is no distinction between a baby conceived through consensual relations or otherwise. An unborn child is an unborn child. Now given the mental issues involved in cases of rape and incest, compassion requires an exception in those cases, and when a mother is faced with her life or her child’s life, the decision is hers to make without regard to what anyone else thinks. But from the baby’s stand point, a life is a life.

          • H50 ✓RAT

            Thanks for clarifying your position. I really thought you were joking and I was being a big smarty poop in return.
            Then I was just shocked.
            Now I understand.

          • walterc

            I should have read my original post and clarified before hitting send. Going back over it, I can see what people were thinking.

          • H50 ✓RAT

            It happens. We get so used to posting about some topics that we start to post in shorthand sometimes and it sounds weird. Ive done it myself.

      • Acethepug

        Because while I personally approach this from a religious perspective and would agree with you, I also have to accept that not everyone will see that or accept it, and that some small concession has to be made.

        The exceptions of incest, rape, and health issues for the mother have been generally accepted by many who otherwise oppose abortion. As you yourself point out, you understand the exception for health issues, so you can see how an absolute red line in the sand argument may not work.

        To me, personally, those lives are all of equal value, but I can see where others (especially the mothers being asked to carry those children where they had no choice in its conception, i.e. rape) might not agree. In those cases? I would not want to force a woman who was raped (and I THINK most cases involving incest tend towards that end of the spectrum) to carry that child to term if they were opposed to it.

        It’s not perfect, I admit that, but I have to accept that people who are not religious will no more accept my views than I can accept those who want abortion on demand as a method of birth control.

        I hope that makes some sense

        • walterc

          Actually I agree with you. I was just opening up the discussion since it seems to get left behind a lot of times when abortion comes up.

        • Tullia_Ciceronis

          understand where you are coming from, but if a rape victim is suicidal, she is not allowed to kill herself. She is taken to a psychiatric facility and often forced to take medication. I have never understood why medical professionals are required to forcibly violate the bodily integrity of a traumatized rape victim in order to keep her from killing herself, but not in order to keep her from killing her unborn child. I believe that both victims are valuable and deserve to be protected.

  • Travis Fleshman

    Where were these buffer zones when Occupy was destroying people’s property, and attacking anyone who they deemed rich?

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmSIOoy6MlE&app=desktop Booker

    Their can’t see straight because of their partisanship. 2 unanimous decisions. Interesting.

  • MeTimesThree

    Did the unhappy ones copy each other? They could use a thesaurus to expand their vocabulary. Good grief…. my eyes are burning from reading those.

  • reddarin

    “#SCOTUS just created the environment for somebody to DIE.”

    Anyone wanna bet that this person is also rabidly in favor of disarming law abiding citizens?

  • Guest

    https://twitter.com/Stripes_n_Spots/status/482195824806723584
    @velvethammer @slignot Says the same person who probably rooted for the killing of babies in Nam. “because those were orientals”

    • QueenB

      I’m sorry, did you have a point? The adults are busy talking here.

    • H50 ✓RAT

      Ummmmm, whut? In what world does that even make any sense? Typical prog response….cause murderer and racist! Or something.

      • QueenB

        You must understand the Chantel/Joy’s head has already exploded today over the SC decisions. Capacity for rational thought, small as that is on any given today, is completely gone.

        • H50 ✓RAT

          LOL, without a doubt.

      • QueenB

        Now I finally see the entire post. (It was only showing a line and I couldn’t click on it.) Anyway – how ironic (boy, irony abounds today) the person who thinks PP is AWESOME, which as we all know was founded for the purpose of getting rid of as many of those pesky “negroes” as possible, is accusing someone else of racism.

        • H50 ✓RAT

          Yea, funny that. The self awareness fail was epic.
          Edited to add; not to mention the tweet she was bashing as being racist, actually came from a prog.
          velvet hammer is the con.

    • http://archive.is Shepherd

      Link? Didn’t think so.

    • FallenAngelofDoom

      It’s funny how they always put stuff in quotes that nobody actually said.

      They really do live in an imaginary world.

  • badbadlibs

    HA HA HA!
    Did someone write “THE LEFT GOES NUTS”? They reached and surpassed the NUT level eons ago!
    They are a solidly sick bunch of mutants.

  • © Sponge

    I just can’t fathom the mindset……

    Must. Kill. Babies.

  • Sanchez

    Why can’t I just kill my children free of anyone elses input?

    • badbadlibs

      I mean, really. Imagine someone saying a mother can’t murder her own child. What would this world be without the legality of MURDER!

    • Ty in TX ✓ᵇᵒⁿᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why can’t I kill my uncle for the inheritance without interference form other people?
      EDIT: Oops, meant this as a reply to badbadlibs. . . . my bad :)

    • David

      You really should have the right to Yul Brynner your Tony Curtis. Really.

  • Tom Armstrong

    I wonder what the liberal outrage would have been had this been a decision about 35 foot buffer zones for the occupy movement.

  • H50 ✓RAT

    Nice to see the SCOTUS unanimously upholding the Constitution again.

  • GMMI

    I noticed that most of the feminist/lib responses were mostly four letter words, and not much else.

    • H50 ✓RAT

      Its the go to response when they haven’t gotten their talking points yet.

    • TroubleAtTheMine

      And mostly mispelled.

  • Ed McDowell

    It’s the Constitution i.e. law of the land. You get it komrades

  • http://www.nleomf.org/officers/ FlatFoot

    Too bad SCOTUS won’t unanimously rule that American taxpayers being used to nationally subsidize the literal murder of unborn human-beings and Planned Parenthood’s unmitigated Serial Killers without explicit consent is also unconstitutional.

  • Right4 Rebel

    Good grief but the libs sure have a bad case of potty mouth.

  • gekkobear

    “I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it”

    Wait, sorry… that’s old and wrong for liberals today. They hate free speech.

    Now they disagree with what you say, so you should be thrown in jail for not agreeing with them. I forgot liberals have new rules.

    • H50 ✓RAT

      Or just die.

  • Bluto ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵈᴿᵘᴺᵏᵃᴿᵈ

    I love the idiot claiming “somebody’s gonna die”. Hello? What do you think an abortion is freak?

    • H50 ✓RAT

      Disgorging a clump of cells….or something.

    • MNWoman

      Truly astonishing how dumb they are.

  • DisqusId2012

    Pure entertainment when the lefties lose it…

  • Texan357

    Wow. SCOTUS gets things right – on two unanimous rulings in two days. Am I awake?

    • Elizabeth

      See my post above.

  • tops116 ✓Quipper

    Wow, the people upset about this ruling are in full-on Donald Duck mode. Quick, someone get them out of the spotlight before they embarrass themselves further. 😉

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=53VUs8dlUt4

  • Elizabeth

    They’ll all be singing a different tune when they rule against Hobby Lobby. That’s the big one and call me cynical but it seems to me that they’re just throwing some people a bone. I hope I’m proven wrong but I doubt it.

  • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

    Sorry, you Baby-Killing, Whining Liberal Feminazis, you CAN’T BUFFER FREE SPEECH! #FirstAmendmentForDummies #TheConstitutionForDummies What’s this “As long as the Constitution adheres to OUR Agenda” CRAP?!? UPSIDE:I can get out of the house, and start protesting Abortion Clinics an Planned ParentHoodlum offices again! #Stand4Life!! #RightWard Jawamax 8<{D}

  • http://www.nobadee.com/ Russell R Weller

    Notice how the left call pro-lifers nuts, when they are the ones getting angry over not being able to comfortably kill babies. These people are seriously disturbed.

    • Maria McCuskey

      Exactly, read the text of a law that has been introduced by them called as I will say it, the Gosnell Protection Act. Eliminates qualification requirements for abortion employees, banning telemed abortions, banning late term abortions and any law that will close even one clinic. With the current laws, abortion clinics are bad enough. I am hearing about shoddy filthy clinics in Alabama( very strong protective laws) to California( no laws whatsoever) and hospitalization from clinics at least once a week if not even up to three times a day. Laws do not need to be laxer, they need to ban it.

  • Antisocial_ism

    Boy, you sure can tell when it goes from consrvative tweets to the liberal ones, can’t you?

  • Maria McCuskey

    Good news, at least this gives us hope that the loony new Gosnell protection law( sanitized name the Women’s Health Protection Act) will get slammed down too. If Vader Ginsbutcher hates this law, being the demented wacko she is, she has to have enough function to slam down a law that would ban states from imposing even minimal safety laws for abortion clinics.

  • Bill Phillips

    It’s kind of ironic that enraged liberals so freely use the word “FUCK” in anger over this ruling when you think of the willful embracement of that word by feminist females who don’t like living with the consequences of their bohemian lifestyle & their wanton physical application of the ‘word’!

  • Donny Zunker

    “SCOTUS rules 9-0 against buffer zones around abortion clinics. Win for free speech. Now we need to do the same for buffer zone around POTUS.”
    Gee, I hope so… I’m really ti

  • Dan Thorpe

    Sarah SIlverman did some venting on this today and this was my reply

    @SarahKSilverman freedom means standing w/ppl you disagree with to voice their opinion. As long as their peaceful/respecful, no problem 4 me— Daniel Thorpe (@Dan_Thorpe) June 26, 2014

  • Bruce

    Ahhh, the sweet, sweet tears and rage of the far left. ‘Tis ambrosia itself.

  • Cory

    I don’t get the purpose of the buffer zones in the first place. It’s not going to stop people from protesting. Let them protest, at the end of the day babies are still being killed because the real issue isn’t being addressed.

    • QueenB

      You never know when something a protestor says may convince a woman to change her mind and make a different choice. Pro-aborts can’t be having any of that.

      • Cory

        Instead of letting get to that point why don’t we do a better job of preventing the pregnancy with education and free condoms/bc.

        • Michelle ✓classified

          I agree with you with the exception of the “free” part. Low-cost, sure. Free? No. But yes, education which includes the importance of using birth control is a vital part of preventing unplanned pregnancy. And even then, no man-made form of b/c is 100% effective.

          • Cory

            We are basically paying for abortions already, I’d rather tax dollars go to preventing pregnancies than abortions like they are now. I’d pay an extra 1.00 in taxes for free IUDs for all. It’s better than abortion.

          • QueenB

            And if you don’t libs will scream about women being “forced” to use IUDs, you haven’t been paying attention.

          • Cory

            Oooh I’m so scared. For one I didn’t say force IUDs or bc I said make them available for free for all who want them. Less unwanted pregnancies means less abortions.

          • QueenB

            Why free? I’m sorry, but I am really tired of hearing about how something should be free to people because they aren’t responsible enough to pay for it themselves. Of course, “free” isn’t really free, someone has to pay for it. As I paid for my own birth control when I needed it, so can every other woman.

          • Cory

            Are you happy with paying for abortions? That’s what we are doing now. You’re spending money protesting planned parenthood when you could just shut them down by reducing their clientele.

          • QueenB

            Um….it’s illegal for my tax money to go toward abortion. Unless of course, you’re saying abortion clinics continually break the law by using the federal funds they receive to perform them. Again, why should I have to pay for other people? People who truly can’t afford it, ok. People who can afford a cup or two of Starbucks a month can afford their monthly birth control bill, even without insurance. If you (in the collective sense) have an iphone, perhaps that $300+ would have been better spent on your birth control. Or, you can always do what Obama has suggested you do if you lost your insurance because of his lovely healthcare law or your premiums went up, and that is to lessen your cable bill or get a cheaper cell phone plan. So sorry, but I am really not cool with paying for birth control for girls who fly off somewhere for Spring Break and spend a bunch of money for alcohol while there, considering I can’t afford to take a vacation myself. Again, I was perfectly capable of paying for my own bc, why aren’t women today just as capable?

          • Cory

            But you’re cool with paying for abortions? I’m confused. Id rather pay for bc than abortions. You can say you’d rather pay for none, and that’s fine. Don’t get upset about abortions though.

          • Michelle ✓classified

            I’d rather pay for b/c than abortions, but let’s have a person be somewhat responsible for their decisions. Free b/c? No, there are no free rides in this world (at least, there shouldn’t be, but are thanks for Liberals). Planned Parenthood has an awesome option for birth control – sliding scale to purchase b/c pills. They exam your income/expenses and ask a person to pay what they can afford. In most cases, this amount is only $10 month. That is an amount that should be affordable to anyone.

          • Cory

            That would be ideal, but unfortunately life isn’t ideal. I’ve become cynical throughout my medical career, and far less idealistic than you folks.

          • Michelle ✓classified

            It’s a situation that has worked for PP for decades – pay what you can, and they do ask for payment. The rest of the tab is picked up by donations to them which far exceed the amount they get from taxpayers – isn’t that what you’ve been suggesting?

            Your medical career, eh? What is that exactly?

          • Cory

            Oh, I see where you asked, Anesthesiology

          • Michelle ✓classified

            A supposed anesthesiologist fancies himself an expert on IUDs, although anesthesia is not used in the process of their insertion (which is handled by local administration of anesthesia by way of a shot administered by the physician). If you are an Anesthesiologists participating in IUD insertion procedures (as you’ve indicated), then you are IN FACT putting lives in danger. It’s a procedure done in a Dr.’s office with a local. You are HILARIOUS!

          • Cory

            Um I did go to medical school where you rotate with various specialties lol. I’m sure your mother told you that as well.

          • Michelle ✓classified

            Oh sweetheart, you really should quit while you’re behind. Spending a week or two studying a field does not an expert make. You have given me THE BEST laugh today, thank you! An anesthesiologist who maybe once upon a time spent a week or two in OB/GYN has been arguing all this time against the knowledge I have from a 40+ year experienced OB/GYN, and using Wikipedia as a source of information! Best fricken’ joke I’ve heard all week.

          • Cory

            And I sleep next to one every night. The stuff you mentioned may have been true back in the day but it ain’t the 70s anymore. We have ways to prevent unwanted pregnancies before abortion. This is a good thing. I don’t understand why you’re adamant against less abortions lol.

          • Cory

            I guess it would also help to mention that my wife is an Obgyn, not as long as your mother though.

          • Michelle ✓classified

            Yeah no…not gonna fly Cupcake. It takes you over an hour into this debate to think of whipping that out of your (_)_)? Bwahahahahaha. Just STFU already.

          • Cory

            Lol. You seem upset. I didn’t feel the need to mention my wife earlier. I wanted to play a little longer.

          • QueenB

            You’re right life isn’t ideal and its about time we held people responsible for the decisions they make that lead to less than ideal outcomes. Otherwise, we are simply a bunch of enablers, encouraging further bad choices.

          • Cory

            I reckon, I would say though, teen pregnancy is down. So at least there’s some positivity there.

          • QueenB

            But I am not paying for abortions, because that is illegal, right?

            Tell you what, I will change my stance as soon as you send me a check for all I paid for my own BC as well as to cover my debt because I wasn’t exactly responsible when using credit cards. Deal?

          • Cory

            Deal, send me your account number and routing number and I’ll deposit the money into your account lol.

          • QueenB

            We will use payal, thanks.

          • Cory

            lol

          • Michelle ✓classified

            Personal responsibility and being self-supporting through your own contributions seem to be a lost art of living life.

          • QueenB

            Funny, I never considered it artistic, just thought it was doing what you have to do. Lol

          • Michelle ✓classified

            Shut them down by reducing their clientele? Sorry, but regardless of what folks want to believe, the vast majority of PP’s clientele are those who seek affordable birth control. Local hospitals also perform abortions (if a person has top notch insurance), would you seek to shut them down as well?

          • Cory

            I don’t want to shut down pp I was giving pp opponents options on how to do it. My mom went to pp for her prenatal care, I’m still here.

          • Michelle ✓classified

            And I totally believe that – that your mom went to PP for prenatal care. It’s one of their many services, and one that opponents choose to ignore. The VAST majority of their services are PAP smears (pelvic exams) and affordable birth control (on a sliding scale payment). I know this for fact because when I was a young college student, living on my own at the age of 18, going to school full time, working part time and having no insurance, it was Planned Parenthood that provided me with affordable PAP smears. Yep, that’s right – although my Mom was an OB/GYN, I went to Planned Parenthood for my PAPs because it was just too awkward to have Mom or any of her colleagues do the deed. If you don’t want to shut down PP, why would you even offer opponents with options on how to do it? Opponents of PP are thoroughly convinced beyond reason that PP’s primary service is abortion, and that’s simply not true. But you’ll never convince them of that. They also seem to be unaware that their local hospitals also perform abortions (including elected abortions) if a person’s insurance provides for it, but you don’t see them protesting there, do ya?

          • Michelle ✓classified

            IUDs are not a blanket answer and most certainly is one of the forms of b/c that comes with unique risks. It’s not the answer for everyone. In my youth, I certainly would never have opted for one. First, they aren’t as effective in younger women who have never been pregnant – the uterus is more likely to reject them. A foreign object in the body can cause infection. They carry a risk of perforating the uterine wall. It is not 100% effective in preventing pregnancy, and children have been born with the device embedded in their flesh. Lastly, I seriously doubt it’s a method Conservatives would ever get behind – it does not prevent conception, it prevents pregnancy and there is a difference.

          • Cory

            First IUDs do prevent conception. That’s the main point of the IUD, it’s a physical barrier for sperm and the egg. Sure .5% of subjects get pregnant but for the most part it prevents pregnancy. Secondly it’s extremely effective for women who haven’t been pregnant, we give them to teens all the time in clinic and they take it well. Yes it’s not 100%, it’s 99.5. Protesting a planned parenthood is far less effective than an IUD. I don’t know where you got your info from but your data is old and outdated. You should look at the new data before speaking about this issue. Saying IUDs don’t prevent conception and that they aren’t as effective in nulliparous women is entirely not true.

          • Michelle ✓classified

            Cory – I don’t need Wikipedia to explain the IUD to me. My mother was an OB/GYN for 40+ years, I understand very well every form of birth control. Contraception occurs in the Fallopian tube which is located past the uterus (where an IUD resides). A woman has two of these tubes on either side of the uterus. At the end of each Fallopian tube is an ovary. Once a month, a woman’s ovary releases a matured egg (ovum) into a Fallopian tube and if present, sperm penetrates the egg and conception occurs. A zygote is then created in the Fallopian tube, this is defined as conception. The zygote then travels to the uterus and if the environment is hospitable (the lining of the uterus offering a home for implantation), then the zygote implants into the lining of the uterus and becomes an embryo which then becomes a fetus. The role of an IUD is to make the lining of the uterus an inhospitable environment of the uterus, discouraging the implantation of the zygote and that prevents pregnancy.

          • Cory

            I’m glad you have refreshed me on reproductive physiology but your mother would also tell you that the main action of the Mirena IUD is to thicken cervical mucus which reduces sperm motility decreasing fertilization. Also the Mirena IUD prevents ovulation. Now for the copper one, the copper ions from the IUD neutralizes sperm motility preventing fertilization of the egg. It also acts as a spermicide killing sperm as it passes through. Now maybe you weren’t privy to that knowledge but I’m glad I could help. IUDs prevent fertilization. I’m sure Doctor Mom knows that.

          • Michelle ✓classified

            The key word you’re choosing to not use here is “some.” In SOME patients it does that, but not all, not even most. You’re referring to IUDs that contain hormones (estrogen/progesterone). Not all IUDs contain hormones. And most certainly, not all women can have these conception reducing hormones added into their bodies aside from their own production. I am one of those women. I was never allowed to be on birth control pills, was never allowed to have the arm implant, was never allowed to have any hormone involved birth control because…it could have killed me. Thanks to genetics, I’ve had issues with blood clots since my early 20’s, have even had part of my vascular system removed because of it. Putting estrogen or progesterone in my body would have creating more clots and caused me a stroke or embolism. How does you solution of “IUDs for everyone!” address that?

            I see you didn’t answer my points about how the IUD is proven to be less effective in younger females who have never been pregnant. How does your solution apply to the problem of teen pregnancy? Teens are the least likely candidates for IUDs. You also didn’t address the risk of infection by introducing a foreign object into the body and neither did you address the risk of uterine puncture.

            The copper IUDs are not 100% effective at stopping sperm. I lost count of how many times my Mom delivered babies with copper IUDs embedded in their flesh and had to be surgically removed.

            Listen, I’m on board with you regarding the rest of your suggestions, but this IUDs for all thing is really ignorant. It’s a much smaller span of women who can use them than you seem to think.

            And yes, for the record, I’m going to go with “Dr. Mom’s” 40+ years of experience over your opinion.

          • Cory

            I mentioned the copper IUD in my previous post. I also answered the points about teens in my first response to you. We put them in teens all the time, the data you’re referring too has been proven wrong, so while that may have been the case when your mom was practicing that data is no longer valid. Have you not been reading my posts?

            There’s an infection risk with pretty much anything in life. You can get an infection from a paper cut (rare, but has happened.) Secondly the amount of babies being born with copper IUDs embedded in their flesh is extremely rare, maybe when your mother practiced that’s how it was, but it’s 2014 that rarely happens now. Yes there is a risk of uterine perf with IUDs as well, just like there’s a risk of liver toxicity with taking tylenol. You’re pointing out the worst and rare case scenarios, most women don’t have these problems. Those may have been problems when your mother was practicing, but we have advanced in the medical field since then. You should read the new literature instead of talking about what happened in the 1970s. Life’s different now. Excuse the typos.

          • Michelle ✓classified

            I’ve been glossing over your replies, as you seem interested in and only interested in IUDs for ALL! without any consideration for the reality of that. Even this comment to which I’m replying, I glossed over it, but caught the part where you compared the possibility of IUD perforation of the uterus to the risk of liver intoxication by acetaminophen. Really? A person has control over how much acetaminophen is in their body, a woman has no control over whether or not an IUD would puncture her uterus. What a ridiculous comparison.

            Life is different than in the 70’s? My Mom was in her 30’s in the 70’s and in the prime of her career, retiring only a few years ago. She’s well informed, so much more than you. My mother is not 80 years old, not even close. From which university is your medical degree?

          • Cory

            A school in the Midwest, but I’m not going to tell the exact one because many of my colleagues frequent this site. I’m 100% sure your mom is more well informed than me on OBGYN issues seeing that I’m not an OBGYN, but I also believe that your mother knows that what you’re saying about IUDs isn’t true. If you asked her she would likely tell you about the current literature that disproves what you’re saying. If there are that many uterine perfs with IUDs in your area, someone is terrible at IUD placements.

          • Michelle ✓classified

            And with this, we are done here kiddo. You are mighty smart to admit you don’t know as much as an OB/GYN, but really rather stupid to assume the source of my information about birth control (including IUDs) doesn’t come straight from her. I don’t think you fully f*cking grasp, although I’ve mentioned it more than once, how many babies she’s delivered with IUDs embedded in their flesh. I also don’t think you’ve grasped the fact that although you continue to refer to the effectiveness of hormone IUDs, that not every woman can have hormones added to her body without risk of death. Your mind is so closed on the matter and truthfully, your insistence that an IUD is the answer for every woman is solid risk to any woman who crosses your path as you fancy yourself an expert on the matter although you’re most likely nothing more than an assistant. You endanger lives. Done with you. Toodles.

          • Cory

            I don’t endanger lives lol, I’d lose my license. Read the current literature, not the Catholic book on IUDs. You’d see that what you’re saying is wrong. I understand your mother is an OBGYN, that’s why you should ask her about IUDs now. The stuff you mentioned may have happened in the past, but it’s rare now. I didn’t say IUD is the answer for every woman, I say I wouldn’t mind paying for every woman who wants one. The answer for every woman is abstinence, but you wanted to make a straw man and rant for no reason. Show me in my post where I said the IUD is the only answer for every woman. You won’t find that because I didn’t say that. Lastly, I wish I was an assistant, except that would cut into my pay tremendously. I believe I did show you the proof of my work, the way you’re talking I’m not sure you’re mother is an OBGYN. But I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt.

          • Elizabeth

            Oh this is too rich…. Exactly where did you show Michelle proof of your work? Something about a picture of your old med school ID?

          • Cory

            I linked a pic of my old medical school ID. Would you like my pay stub? Me in action (although that would likely be a HIPAA violation)? A video explanation of what I do?

          • Elizabeth

            LOL! Dude – if you really were a doctor, you wouldn’t have posted a Wikipedia entry on IUD’s to Michelle. You would have posted to links to respected medical journals, especially ones related to OB/GYN. Enjoy your fantasy life though. I’m sure it’s fun for you to make believe.

          • Cory

            I would post an article from ACOG or Uptodate but I figured that was a little too high level for this population.

          • Michelle ✓classified

            Hilarious, right? Guess I must have missed the photo ID from the medical school from the kid who already admits he’s not a PhD, and won’t simply be forthcoming with his career. Although, he will say he won’t mention his university because *gasp* former classmates might see these posts! So fricken funny.

          • Cory

            Lol, physicians are MDs/DOs not PhDs. I stated that I’m a physician. Although some are MD/PhDs. I’m just an MD.

          • Michelle ✓classified

            Gosh yes, you get that one right. I have PhD on the brain because I’m currently working on one.

          • Cory

            Well congrats on that. I could never be a PHd. Too much writing…

          • Michelle ✓classified

            Awesome, something on which we can agree – you could never be a PhD. Not only because of the writing, but it also involves accurate and intense research – something we’ve already established you fail at. Bye Bye Cory – I’ve already rendered you useless.

          • Cory

            Lol are you really getting a PhD though? I’d expect someone as smart as you claim to know more about IUDs than you do. Are you telling a falsehood?

          • Cory

            I see you’ve gone quiet, you haven’t proven that you’re really a PhD candidate. I thank you for playing. Try again next time, with some accurate data, not the Catholic Readers Digest info. And stop with the lie about your mother, you’re too old for that.

          • Michelle ✓classified

            LMAO FFS you are just all kinds of stupid. I’m not a PhD candidate, I’m a PhD student. And the fact that you so clearly don’t know the difference between the two just proves beyond all doubt how truly stupid and ignorant you are. Learn idiot, learn.

          • Cory

            PhD candidates have passed their QEs and are then solely working on their project for their dissertations. Come on young one, you seem upset now. Usually PhD candidates don’t get upset and start name calling. This conversation is starting to make more sense. Are you even an adult? Or am I speaking to a child? You’re surely not a PhD student or candidate.

          • Elizabeth

            LOL!

          • Cory

            Lol!

          • Cory

            Lol, you better watch out, I might be your physician one day and you’d never know it.

          • Michelle ✓classified

            Glossed over again, especially after your first sentence that you don’t endanger lives. Your absolutely insistence that an IUD is the answer for all women is proof solid you do in fact endanger lives.

            Caught your last sentence – you’re not sure my Mother was on OB/GYN for longer than you’ve been alive? Thank you so seriously for the hearty laugh.

            Keep replying as you wish, I’ll be ignoring from here on out any furthers notifications I receive that you just keep on yapping.

          • Cory

            You clearly didn’t read where I said IUDs aren’t the answer for all women. Now you’re just setting up straw men lol.

          • Cory
          • Michelle ✓classified

            I know of a few folks who attended medical school and never finished. And that pic is beyond ridiculous, no information other than the graphics present on the ID. Give it up already.

          • Cory

            Lol, go ahead and admit it, you want to see my beautiful face. But anyways back to the main point IUDs are good, abstinence is better. You good with that?

          • Cory

            I’ve even provided a Wikipedia explanation of IUDs: http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intrauterine_device

  • Rob

    “#SCOTUS just created the environment for somebody to DIE.”

    You mean the area where the unborn get their brains harpooned and their remains vacuumed out into a garbage bag?

    I thought Planned Parenthood created that environment.

  • Michelle ✓classified

    So if buffer zones are a violation of First Amendment rights, we can expect to not see the corralled areas for protesters for the next DNC and GOP conventions? Awesome!

  • Beentheremovedaway

    Now if only both sides can show some respect and decorum during their protests, this will have been a fantastic ruling. Keep it civil people!

    • R0nin

      The ruling was correct regardless.

      • Beentheremovedaway

        Totally agree. Anytime a ruling comes out that protects and defends the Constitution and the American rule of law.. its a reason to pop a cork!

    • Ms. Abigail van Beagle

      Killing unborn babies produces red-hot righteous anger in people with a conscience and moral compass.

      • Beentheremovedaway

        Totally agree. Message remains the same. Show class, be respectful, keep the moral high ground. Your opponent is a human, with the same God giving rights as you. Peace

        • Ms. Abigail van Beagle

          I give them flat facts and (gasp) science. I just can’t guarantee that I won’t raise my voice occasionally.

  • megandrewsmom

    The irony of the tweet above “this creates an environment for someone to die!” Well, that’s what we’re protesting (peacefully), honey! Bless your heart!

  • Rhonda Lynn

    To the idiot that tweeted this:

    #SCOTUS just created the environment for somebody to DIE. Right Wing anti-#abortion zealots are NUTS. thkpr.gs/1mhC6aH @thinkprogress—
    Kelly (@CamelotK) June 26, 2014

    Uh, hey MORON Kelly…the DYING are INSIDE the clinics not outside them! What a dumbArse!!!

  • Rhonda Lynn

    These are the same lefties who have to be told not to poop in hallways. Insane fools!

  • TTTCOTTH

    The Left has no problem with flushing the unborn down a toilet, but have a problem with free speech. Priceless.

  • mrspinky85

    I guess freedom is only cool when its with something the left agrees with.

    Is the SCOTUS doing its job this week?

  • Jake Wilde

    Well I might celebrate were it not for the ACA. John Roberts helped destroy a big piece of the American way of life and he can never redeem himself in my eyes.

    • nc ✓s & balances

      We deserve to celebrate the small victories. It helps preserve our sanity and gives us strength for the next battle.

  • mrspinky85

    Its a great day in America when the design of our government works the way it is suppose to. Liberal tears make me happy.

    • FeralFemale

      If only they were magic like unicorn tears…

  • JohnFLob

    What will Ms. Fluke do NOW, get out her cute little pink sock puppet?

    • Ms. Abigail van Beagle

      I don’t care as long as she does it in private.

  • FeralFemale

    If there was a protester who offered info on adoption or a pro life counselor outside the clinic where I had my abortion, I might have changed my mind and my life and sanity would be very much different and better than it is today. Lord knows the ‘counselor’ inside the clinic didn’t offer me any real choices besides abortion.

    • https://twitter.com/UnicornOfMayhem Hi This Is My Username

      ^This is why I think women need to have non-biased information in that kind of situation and it seems the left doesn’t want to do that. I want women to know all they can and then make a decision, not deal with some twit that will just make the choice for them based on their own belief/view.

    • Ms. Abigail van Beagle

      They get their hackles up at the very idea that someone might convince a woman to weather the rest of the pregnancy and let the child live. It’s almost like they have a quota or an abortion punch card or something.

  • ozconservative

    Looks like “SHUT UP” has just been shot down in flames yet again

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lWHgUE9AD4s

  • Flax Seed

    Kinda sucks when you can’t kill your baby in peace and quiet.

    • Flax Seed

      That was sarcasm for those of you from Rio Linda

      • Ed McDowell

        Flax, I’ve been instructed to /sarc when using sarcasm so there;s no misunderstanding so….Which disturbes me because my sarc is so obvious to me..

      • nc ✓s & balances

        Those in Rio Linda may be uneducated, but they’re not evil.

  • constitutionminded

    Feminists and their colorful language. They are truly disgusting.

  • Michael

    “#scotus just created the environment for somebody to DIE…”

    Sorry, moron, if there’s an abortion clinic there, that environment was already created (by you people).

  • NonPCconservative

    This would be the same left that Oliver Willis says doesn’t question the legitimacy of court rulings. Even when the decision is unanimous the left cries and gnashes teeth publicly.

  • labman57

    So the SCOTUS has empowered self-righteous anti-abortionists to intimidate and harass clients and staffers at clinics. Splendid.

    Only difference between these overly-aggressive pro-lifers and the Westboro Baptist Church is … actually there is no difference.

    • SteveinAZ

      Need a hankie? 😉

    • MarcusFenix

      Clearly, you didn’t actually read the decision, or even the syllabus. Allow me to help you with your incredibly erroneous conclusion.

      “While the Act may allow petitioners to “protest” outside the buffer zones, petition­ers are not protestors; they seek not merely to express their opposi­tion to abortion, but to engage in personal, caring, consensual conver­sations with women about various alternatives. It is thus no answer
      to say that petitioners can still be seen and heard by women within
      the buffer zones. If all that the women can see and hear are vocifer­ous opponents of abortion, then the buffer zones have effectively sti­fled petitioners’ message.”

      Decision Syllabus, Page 3, Section C1.

      http://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/13pdf/12-1168_6k47.pdf

      Please, take your misplaced, whining, error filled tripe and try it somewhere that people might actually believe it.

  • http://ITSPEOPLE.com/ Tantalus XVI

    Someone tell Kelly… oh nevermind, its pointless.

  • RanierWest

    Found this after yesterday’s busy news… Anyone subscribing to ELLE? or any of Hearst Holdings? stop buying anti-free speech magazines. https://twitter.com/ELLEmagazine/status/482425603040100352

  • RanierWest

    While it is good liberalism was put on the spot for violating the Constitution… they won for years conditioning people that they would be arrested for free speech – how does America get that back? (like conditioning people upon threat of UCMJ action if they speak up against gays in military)-which is gone now… but liberalism got the conditioning out of it that they wanted – changing the behavior of free speech.

  • Danny Carlton

    Renaming them “Safety Zones” and claiming SCOTUS decision does not apply in 4…3…2..

    • Ms. Abigail van Beagle

      How on earth did the SCOTUS manage to unanimously do anything, but least of all do something that could get them all on a hit list sponsored by the vipers and dragons that support abortion? Must have been a full moon or momentary sanity.

  • Vinchenz

    Awwwww the little fascists seem kinda angry – they hate the First Amendment – but just looooove baby-killing. Hah hah losers – I guess you can’t stifle speech now you’re just gonna have to defend baby-killing – not a winning argument but you guys are used to being losers so…. Just continue to do what you are use to – lose and whine. (Is that why you hate babies so much -pouty anger issues?)

  • unknown

    “Mother of all things” oh the irony

  • SteveinAZ

    “Mother of all things. Fuckity fuckity fuck. Buffer zones are gone.”

    I’m greatly impressed with that quote — so much anger, so much frothing, so little grammar. The latent irony of use of the word, “mother” in a huffy discussion about protest zones around abortion clinics is not lost on me, either. 😉

    Well, F-ity, F-, F-.

    LOL!!!

  • GsGirl

    Somebody give Anna Rubin a sedative (RE: Her tweet above). And to Kelly who tweeted “#SCOTUS just created the environment for somebody to DIE”…everyone knows that two people walk into an abortion clinic and only one walks out, so the environment for somebody to die is already there!

  • https://twitter.com/UnicornOfMayhem Hi This Is My Username

    How quickly they forget that the SCOTUS isn’t just loaded with right-wingers.

  • Ms. Abigail van Beagle

    Isn’t it cute how the responses from the pro-abortion crowd are predictably vulgar, irrational, and devoid of anything other than unbridled rage.

  • Jack Ryan

    Whether it’s murdering the unborn or attempting to deny care to the born, like Sarah Murnaghan, today’s liberalism is a death cult.

  • zx74125800

    Again white anglo XY’s dictating women’s health and medical decisions. Government off your back and into her womb? Ay!

    Real men like to harass and torment teen-somethings, and twenty-something girls and young women who are already going through a sh*t storm. Her boyfriend, sperm donor is not with her, she is alone, she is getting hammered as soon as she get out of her car. And 6 neat white guys are telling her they know better and want to make her medical decisions for her? Boy I am betting she really appreciates that!

    This is a generational issue, read polls boys, college -educated women over 40 support pro-choice in very high numbers. The same women who are being promoted to your department’s, group’s managerial positions. You are or will work for them, tell her you are anti-choice and watch FOX. That will go over well.

    Maybe less Neoclowns, more get gov out of all peoples lives would be best. That is exactly part of the platform of Senator Goldwater’s 1964 campaign. Classic conservativism. Nor NeoClown FOX-Roger Aisles BS.

    Leave her alone, or provider her with available daycare, student loans, birth control training and hold sperm donor financially and legally accountable. After all he was there as well, she is not giving birth to Christ. Egg and sperm donors.

    When will this crap finally be enough and real issues like producing enough engineers, both XX and XY so all our IT engineering jobs do not go to Hindi-speaking out-sources. We have real problems here in this country, stop watching FOX and get involved.