Republicans Can Win On Abortion If They Just Fight And Not Surrender Every Chance They Get
Meanwhile in the Senate..
Sen Tuberville is holding firm, rejecting all 273 military promotions until the DOD stops using taxpayer dollars to fund travel for female soldiers abortions.
The votes can be done one-by-one, but Dems want to push through their DEI brass all at once. pic.twitter.com/KSPUWDpGc3
— 🇺🇸ProudArmyBrat (@leslibless) November 11, 2023
In the aftermath of the recent elections, a stark reality confronts Republicans: America’s evolving attitude towards abortion. The call for restrictions on abortion echoes loudly, but the political landscape is shifting, and Republicans must tread carefully to navigate these changes.
The enduring popularity of abortion in America is acknowledged, albeit with a sense of concern. The “me, me, me” culture that has permeated society over decades has played a role, marking what some see as the end stages of democracy. The recent Dobbs case has made abortions more challenging to access in several states, prompting reflection on the political cost of saving lives. Continued below the Goldco Ad
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Tuesday’s elections saw a significant setback for conservatives, with blame often directed at figures like Donald Trump. However, the real loser, arguably, was Ron DeSantis, who faced criticism from the pro-life movement for advocating moderation on abortion. Trump’s call for moderation, though unpopular among some conservatives, raises the uncomfortable truth that the moral agenda may be out of sync with public sentiment, particularly in Rust Belt states like Pennsylvania.
Ohio’s recent vote to enshrine abortion into law, coupled with the legalization of recreational marijuana, underscores the complexity of the issue. Trump’s assertion that the moral agenda is unpopular, especially in swing states, challenges Republicans to reassess their approach to key issues.
Despite criticism, Trump remains a formidable force, as evidenced by recent polls showing him dominating Biden in swing states. The vulnerability of the “blue wall” that Trump disrupted in 2016 suggests that Democrats are wary of losing the White House. However, the specter of Republicans nominating a socially conservative ideologue in 2024 looms, a move that could potentially play into the hands of Democrats championing abortion as their saving grace.
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While Republicans have a winning agenda on issues like the economy, crime, and immigration, abortion remains a contentious point. Trump’s emphasis on the border issue, proven right by the ongoing surge in immigration, resonates even in traditionally blue states. The recent victory of Ed Romaine in Suffolk County, New York, emphasizes the salience of crime and immigration over abortion in certain regions. Continued below the tweet…
You’d think that the loyal Dem voters who happen to be black would ask themselves why the abortion rate for black women is 5x what it is for white women…but you’d be wrong.
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— AwakenedOutlaw⚒️ (@AwakenedOutlaw) November 12, 2023
The link between immigration and the abortion debate is brought to the forefront, with decades of demographic changes creating a political landscape favoring Democrats. The built-in advantage Democrats possess in elections is a pressing concern, overshadowing the abortion issue. The urgent need to address immigration and secure the future of the Republican party is highlighted.
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In advocating for restrictions on abortion, Republicans must weigh the political landscape and embrace a pragmatic approach. As the saying goes, “politics is the art of the possible.” While compromise may be viewed with skepticism by some conservatives, the current reality demands an acknowledgment of the challenges faced. Republicans can choose to continue on a self-destructive path or opt for compromise with reality, taking Trump’s advice and strategically fighting for another day.
Remember when Roe v Wade got overturned and RINO scumbag Lindsey Graham immediately called for a Federal nationwide abortion ban?
This had ZERO chance at passing with a Democrat House, Senate, and WH.
He did this to fire up the Democrat base to get out and vote in the Midterms. pic.twitter.com/8zri4xHuhM
— Anti NWO 🇺🇸🇮🇹🇺🇸 (@Anti__NWO) November 12, 2023
Major Points Discussed:
- Republicans face a changing attitude towards abortion in America, with a call to restrict it wherever and whenever deemed prudent.
- The aftermath of recent elections reveals a disconnect within the party, where figures like Donald Trump highlight the potential unpopularity of the moral agenda, particularly in swing states.
- Despite Trump’s dominance in recent polls, there is a need for Republicans to reassess their approach, acknowledging the vulnerability of the “blue wall” disrupted in 2016 and the potential impact of nominating a socially conservative ideologue in 2024.
- While Republicans hold winning positions on issues like the economy, crime, and immigration, the abortion debate remains contentious. Trump’s emphasis on the border issue resonates even in traditionally blue states.
- The intersection of immigration and abortion is emphasized, with demographic changes creating a political landscape favoring Democrats. Republicans must navigate these challenges strategically, balancing the call for abortion restrictions with a pragmatic approach to secure the party’s future.
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— LifeNews.com (@LifeNewsHQ) November 12, 2023
Comments – Threads – Links
- ERICK ERICKSON: Republicans Can Win On The 15-Week Abortion Sweet Spot – Daily Caller
- Ingraham: No getting around it, Republicans were once again disappointed last night. Big weed and big abortion won in Ohio. The gop lost its dream of taking control of the Virginia state house. And the incumbent Democrat in Kentucky Andy Beshear, he won. Fox Clip
- If republicans don’t get abortion messaging right or refuse to move to the center on that issue, next November will be a red wedding, not a red wave. Shriek all you want about pro-life and that’s fine, but strict abortion ban policies will lose elections. That’s the cold hard truth. – Tomi Lahren
- How Republicans can win on abortion: Insist that Democrats want to abort live children six months after birth. If this sounds crazy, let me explain. Democrats, with the media’s help, have made the abortion framing “some abortion” vs “no abortion”. Democrats win in this frame. Republicans need to flip the framing to whether or not it’s okay to kill viable babies. But Democrats refuse to state their positions and the media won’t either. Which is why Republicans must insist that Democrats want to kill live babies. Because they do. If Democrats don’t want to murder live children, then they’ll just have to state their actual position, won’t they? – Jeremy Kauffman
- Remember the shocking case when the FBI sent 20 armed agents to arrest #ProLife activist, Mark Houck, for defending his son from being attacked at an Abortion center? The FBI could have simply invited Houck to their office by phone or letter, instead of terrifying his children. After his obvious acquittal, Houck & his wife are suing the DOJ . We wish them well. – Daily WIre
- RNC Chair Ronna Romney McDaniel was on Meet the Press and when answering a question about the losses in Ohio, Virginia and Kentucky. And how they are losing on abortion. McDaniel of course said “The American people are where the The Republican Party is on abortion” Really? Ya think so Ronna? Then she said the losses were due to ”messaging”. Not due to the fact the GOP is out of touch with over 80% of Americans on abortion. And the Republicans will continue to push for a ban on abortion. It is abundantly clear the GOP did not learn anything from Tuesday’s vote. In a failed attempt to sound moderate. McDaniel had the audacity to say that Republicans should not push for punishment for women who seek abortion care when the front runner for President Donald Trump has said “there has to be some punishment” for women who have an abortion. This will be one of the top if not top issue in 2024. And it is obvious the Republican Party will do all they can to deny women a right to abortion. One more issue we are going to beat Republicans on. – Marty Taylor
- Leftists Claim Christians Can Support Abortion, But the Bible Tells Us to “Choose Life” – Life News