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May 19, 2009

I’m still busy with the conference, but B is writing about it. I’ll be catching up on things later, but from here in Hawai’i I’m just going to call the Tennessee legislators who voted for it a bunch of okoles.

And Kleinheider, it does too matter prior to Roe being overturned, because it allows for barriers to be put in place, like the informed consent “scripts” that in some states are not even medically accurate, forced ultrasound, and the like. The end game isn’t always in the extremes, and you should know that, as a political writer. Don’t tell me it doesn’t matter, or I’ll have to call you an okole, too.


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