What is that line from Shakespeare? Oh yes, “Fuck their feelings.”— Mark Sumner🌻 (@Devilstower) May 3, 2022
The LEAKER is not damaging the integrity of the Supreme Court— Judd Legum (@JuddLegum) May 3, 2022
FIVE JUSTICES are
The Republicans are having a fit about this Supreme Court draft decision overturning Roe.Needless to say, it’s not about the decision itself. It’s about the leak.You’d think there would be dancing in the streets but no. They’re freaking out.
Anyone who wasn't considered a person with rights back in 1776 should be afraid --
Alito's draft opinion explicitly criticizes Lawrence v. Texas (legalizing sodomy) and Obergefell v. Hodges (legalizing same-sex marriage). He says that, like abortion, these decisions protect phony rights that are not "deeply rooted in history." https://t.co/4690k0KG1F pic.twitter.com/urF7A02INU— Mark Joseph Stern (@mjs_DC) May 3, 2022
Requiring civil rights to be “deeply rooted in history” is a great way to say “if you didn’t always have civil rights, then you should never have them.”— Steve Kenson (@SKenson) May 3, 2022
And by the way, birth control isn't in the Constitution either. Neither is Social Security. Or disability rights:
Make no mistake what Alito’s “deeply rooted in our history” test means. If you’re a woman, a person of color, LGBTQ, an immigrant, or from a religious minority, the Radical Right’s Constitution excludes you — you no longer exist to them (and you never did).— Tristan Snell (@TristanSnell) May 3, 2022
Continuing this story, I'm now seeing some comments that Biden "must" enlarge the court.
Rep. Jamie Raskin on the #GOPHandmaidsTale "The phrase right to privacy doesn't appear in the Constitution, so this would appear to be an invitation to have Handmaid's Tale type anti-feminist regulation and legislation all over the country." pic.twitter.com/ff3tnooTTb— Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) May 3, 2022
I don’t want to see women telling their abortion story. I want to see men telling theirs. How many of their lives are better because their partner was able to make that decision?— Tess Menzies (@TessMenzies) May 3, 2022
In other news, I thought this was a master stroke:
Sometimes the dog does catch the car, and it turns out not to be what he expected. https://t.co/vREzmaXR8K— George Conway🇺🇦 (@gtconway3d) May 3, 2022
Who needs "buck a beer", which never happened anyway, when Del Duca will give Ontario "Buck a Ride"? And Del Duca will actually get this done. Because here's the thing:
Ontario faces an affordability crisis and families expect their government to act. An @OntLiberal government will provide immediate relief by slashing transit fares to $1 so it’s quicker, less expensive, and less stressful.— Steven Del Duca (@StevenDelDuca) May 2, 2022
More: https://t.co/z6zAW8IMzJ#TheChoiceIsYours #onpoli pic.twitter.com/INRnzRfbmx
OLP is confident about their plan.— Mike Gibbs🏳️🌈🇺🇦 (@Mikeggibbs) May 1, 2022
They've rehearsed it.
They've perfected it.
You can tell.
By comparison the other campaigns are deer in headlights, running on autopilot. pic.twitter.com/LzhlP9aPCA
UK MOD update- “the modernisation of its physical equipment has not enabled Russia to dominate Ukraine. Failures both in strategic planning and operational execution have left it unable to translate numerical strength into decisive advantage.” pic.twitter.com/v7iw3uoUzB— OSINTtechnical (@Osinttechnical) May 3, 2022
Lots of fires in Russia these days.....
The defiant cat that survived russian bombardment. pic.twitter.com/oZu0Wkjqyb— Andrei Kurkov (@AKurkov) May 2, 2022
The shadow war inside Russia - at least 22 incidents so far. The causes? Accidents, Ukrainian air attack, or sabotage by them? none of these are comfortable to the Kremlin https://t.co/CthCWs0aGN— Mark Urban (@MarkUrban01) April 30, 2022
#MOSCOW: In Mytishchi, barely 30 minutes from the Kremlin, fuel oil tanks were set on fire. It is no longer humanly possible to keep track of all the fires and explosions all over #Russia. A train bridge was also successfully blown up in #Kursk, for example. #WindofChange 🌬️ 🔥 pic.twitter.com/bEvgxoUKh0— Igor Sushko (@igorsushko) May 1, 2022
And finally, for all of us on the Prairies:
Curiously, this is the publishing house that banned the word "Ukraine" from world history https://t.co/xetTppeC9z— Anne Applebaum (@anneapplebaum) May 3, 2022
Though potholes are apparently a worldwide thing:
May 2 - 8 is Pothole Appreciation Week! and on Thursday, we will celebrate Sinkhole de Mayo! Woo HOO!!!— Neil - fully vaxxed, & still masked - VA5WX (@VA5SCA) May 2, 2022
'In your porn film, could you mention all the potholes in your area? My MP ignore all my letters'— Matt Cartoons (@MattCartoonist) April 28, 2022
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Next time you feel the need to complain about the fact that Ohio is 73% pothole, remember you could be talking about somebody’s home. pic.twitter.com/HxomPdfDca— Lana Del Gay (@McClellandShane) May 2, 2022