Today’s read is from Christine Flower (above) who practices immigration law. Here’s an excerpt, then the full column.
I kept hearing people praising this great defender of “women’s rights” and “civil rights” (Ruth Bader Ginsburg) with the same tired language, the tropes of “reproductive freedom” and “choice” and to take a phrase from her own mouth, “taking [men’s] feet off of our necks.” And that annoyed me, because I felt that the man who slammed his foot with the most power and hostility on “our necks” was the man who wrote the opinion legalizing the destruction of 50% of our future population, women “in utero.”
Coney Barrett will oppose that.
BTW, on her FB page today Flowers wrote:
I am much more interested in the VP debate, actually. I can’t wait until Kamala Harris looks at Mike Pence and says, “That little girl who had dinner with a married man alone, Mr. Vice President, that little girl was, uh, me.”
Come on, even Karen Pence is laughing at that one.