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Old 06-07-2019, 02:52 PM
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She is apart of the same Old Tired Black folk that believe gay marriage is a sin, smoking marijuana is a sin, and marrying outside your race is a sin.

No one ever said the Black community was a monolith or we all agreed with each other. Of course we say many things, no one outside of the Black community listens unless they believe they can exploit it. Hence why Republicans all of a sudden care about old school Black church goers, or at least this one.
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Old 06-07-2019, 04:04 PM
Location: NE Mississippi
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Black, White ...... ?....... I don't care. I'm pro choice. From the time you had unprotected sex, I'll give you 5 days to make your choice; that's how long you have to find and take the plan B pill.
But those who portend a problem affecting black women more than white ones have a point. Black women get abortions at a rate 3 times that of white women - this is, black people make up 12% of the population and have 37% of the abortions.
Blacks, on the other hand, make up 12.4% of the United States population, but are responsible for 32% of all abortions; while Hispanics make up 14.8% of the population are responsible for 20% of all abortions.
Abortion Statistics By Race

Not true in Mississippi, though. Around here, black people make up 40% of the population and account for 28% of the abortions.

Generally, pregnant black women have their babies in Mississippi. So fiddling with abortion restrictions will make little difference. FWIW, the fertility rate is down across the board. There is no growing population in Mississippi, no matter what color you are.

All interesting stuff. It is my belief that SCOTUS will find the heart beat bills legal, but it will be a few years coming down the road. Won't impact population at all.
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Old 06-07-2019, 06:04 PM
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I mean, what she said was factual. I'm tired of people getting bent out of shape for people telling the truth.
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