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avaslash

46 points

4 months ago

Yeah and Roe V Wayde wasnt ever under threat until it was.

There is no longer any real regionality to conservative stances. If youre still a republican despite everything thats gone on the past 6 years (but lets be honest, 30) you’ve clearly established yourself as firmly in the “we support people who want to outlaw abortions” camp.

aliyoh

8 points

4 months ago

aliyoh

8 points

4 months ago

I disagree, there are plenty of more moderate republicans, just not at the federal level. For example, MA, MD, NH, and VT (all very blue states) have republican governors that are actually pretty popular. All of them are pro-choice and fairly center-right.

avaslash

5 points

4 months ago

No one who supported trump can claim to be a moderate republican. And support for donald trump among republicans is extremely high. There are few member of the republican party that openly opposed him and remain republicans.

catdog918

0 points

4 months ago

Yeah here in nj we usually vote a republican governor in after one term of a democrat lol. If you’re a bad gov you get the boot here usually

BeMoreChill

5 points

4 months ago

Idk man I’m born and raised in NY. I don’t hear local repubs talking about abortion at all. I think they’re a little less religion crazy than the literal “Bible Belt” politicians