If you’ve missed my political stance, you can read my first post about this man, here. I’ve been trying to figure out what to say here without making anyone mad, but I’m over that. If you can’t stand to hear about what I really, truly think of the Electoral decision, well then, this is probably the wrong post for you. My thoughts on the new “president” are not nice, or kind. Sorry.
Nothing. Skip this paragraph, it’s just for laughs.
I’m back! Who missed me? Christmas and New Year’s were boring around my house, with my unwillingness to go visit anyone until this stupid ostomy bag is gone (TWO MORE MONTHS!!), so we had a quiet holiday season at home, which was actually really nice…However, now that the new year is here, there have been TWO shootings in my town-one fatal- in the last two evenings…. This post is to discuss why the whole “Don’t ask me to help!” thing makes me so angry…
If you haven’t noticed by now, I live in Ohio. A state that has decided to take itself backwards about 40 years, and make every woman listen to a heartbeat of a fetus that couldn’t live outside of that woman’s body, before she can legally abort it. Ohio’s heartbeat bill is effectively cancelling out Roe v Wade, which was passed in 1973, that says that I, as a woman, have a right to abort a child, essentially I have all rights to MY body. This bill would take those rights away.
Pro-Choice is NOT Pro-Abortion
Now, I’m sure the pro-lifers out there are chomping at the bit to call me a murderer right now… I know you are, I used to be one of you. I can remember the absolute disgust I felt at the mention of someone having an abortion… Then I had a few things that made me stop in my tracks and think. Pro-choice is NOT pro-abortion. It’s simply not. I don’t believe that abortion should be used as a form of birth control, but I stand behind any woman that has an abortion for her own reasons. I won’t lie, I’ve considered it a time or two, when I found myself pregnant, and we were financially unstable. We made it, but I also have my now-husband standing by my side. Not every woman has that luxury.
Today is the day that my header is going to make you really wonder: Can you handle it? Will you come back? How many people will never come back to my page??? Will you agree with my thoughts on the Election Results?? Let’s find out.
It’s been two days since the announcement of the new President of the United States. It’s been two very sad days in my home. I cried the minute I knew it was over for Hillary , but it wasn’t about my candidate losing. It never was about that for me. You see, I voted in the primaries for Bernie Sanders. He was my number one vote, and someone that I thought was the only one that could have beat Trump, and maybe I was right, or maybe I was wrong, but when Bernie said to come together with Hillary to beat Trump, I went along. I was always #AnyoneButTrump2016.
For those of you who followed me from my former blog to this one, you all know how much I hate November 7th. If you’re new, this post will be explaining a lot for you…This will explain how I’m learning to cope with the death of my mom…
The drug epidemic is at an all time high right now, with heroin leading the way. It’s cheaper than all of the pills that were so popular just 10 years ago, and not hard to get your hands on, either. Whether the addict gets addicted from their first shot, or if they became addicted to one of the millions of narcotics so easily and readily handed out by doctors everywhere, it’s slowly taking over our communities.