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  1. Screw Peter Beck Says:

    "uphold the law" as in defying multiple court orders?

  2. Anonymous Says:

    All those who question whether the constitution provides rights not spelled out elsewhere might want to read the glorious ninth amendment.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    Maybe they shouldn't have had unprotected sex? Keep your legs closed and stop breaking the law.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    The rights of an unborn fetus do not trump the rights of the adult carrying it.

  5. Anonymous Says:

    I hate the phrase "constitutional rights." I don't derive a single right from the constitution. My rights are inherent. The constitution is a list of restraints on government. That's it.

  6. Anonymous Says:

    It's not a child till it's born. Until then, it's a fetus. Not even sentient until LATE in the third tri-mester. If you haven't decided whether or not to get an abortion by then, it's too late.

  7. Anonymous Says:

    Oh yeah, he "upholds the law". Then he goes and violates multiple court orders if he doesn't like the order. He doesn't Uphold THE law, he only upholds HIS law.

  8. Anonymous Says:

    Could I perhaps mention to the readership of incensed blinkered god-botherers that the spawn of these women would presumably be unsympathetic towards the morals-driven society they seem to espouse.
    Support the purge! They'd probably vote democrat anyway.

  9. fsd Says:

    the best part about being a prison baby is that regardless of where you go in life, you'll never be too far from home.

  10. Thank you ACLU Says:

    Thank you for standing up for these women, ACLU. You're getting a donation from me this year. Huzzah!

  11. Anonymous Says:

    Kudos to you, ACLU.

    *golf clap*

    Joe may be a douche, but I did like the whole tent thing. LOL

  12. Anonymous Says:

    How are these women getting pregnant in prison in the first place?

  13. Anonymous Says:

    Screw Joe and the ACLU.

  14. Anonymous Says:

    ACLU is so full of shiat

  15. MFT Says:

    @Anonymous (who said: "How about they stop getting pregnant?")

    How about they stopped getting raped? And in some cases, by their jailors?

  16. Anonymous Says:

    wow, arpaio got the first comment? color me impressed.

    the whole of the police in maricopa along with arpaio deserve to be fired and jailed.

  17. Anonymous Says:

    Personally, I like the idea of aborting criminals babies. That one less future criminal. GO ACLU!

  18. Anonymous Says:

    Sheriff Joe Arapio is a true Common Sense American Patriot that will not bend to the politically correct insanity that is destroying the Country.

    The ACLU cares NOTHING about the survival of the United States!

  19. War and Abortion Says:

    If the right-wing are so concerned about fetuses, why do they support our two ongoing wars? Or at least are totally silent about them?

  20. Anonymous Says:


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