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Some unique arguments that Roe v. Wade, by its own standards, is outdated, some of which you don't hear too much:
https://theimaginativeconservative.org/2020/05/faithfully-follow-roe-jonathan-english.html

Atlantis the mantis

United Massachusetts wrote:
Totally! Reaching out to us is a great way to start! So, we'll probably be hosting a "synod" of all pro-life nations coming up pretty soon in order to mark the battle path forward and perhaps explore what we'll do with Pro-Life International, our old interregional pro-life alliance. We'll be sure to invite the Union of Liberty, of course.

Sounds cool!

I present to you the corpse of "Access to Abortion":

Seconds ago: The General Assembly proposal "Access to Abortion" [The United Commonwealths of Imperium Anglorum] failed to achieve quorum.

We are the pro-life generation.

Trillmore wrote:VICTORY.

For now. We will continue fighting.

The pro-life generation does not let its guard down.

United Massachusetts wrote:I present to you the corpse of "Access to Abortion":

Seconds ago: The General Assembly proposal "Access to Abortion" [The United Commonwealths of Imperium Anglorum] failed to achieve quorum.

We are the pro-life generation.

Congrats. Good job!

United Massachusetts wrote:I present to you the corpse of "Access to Abortion":

Seconds ago: The General Assembly proposal "Access to Abortion" [The United Commonwealths of Imperium Anglorum] failed to achieve quorum.

We are the pro-life generation.

Hallelujah!

United Massachusetts wrote:I present to you the corpse of "Access to Abortion":

Seconds ago: The General Assembly proposal "Access to Abortion" [The United Commonwealths of Imperium Anglorum] failed to achieve quorum.

We are the pro-life generation.

Nice job fellas

United Massachusetts wrote:I present to you the corpse of "Access to Abortion":

Seconds ago: The General Assembly proposal "Access to Abortion" [The United Commonwealths of Imperium Anglorum] failed to achieve quorum.

We are the pro-life generation.

veni vidi vichi!

Also I will shortly rejoin the WA please endorse me back everyone! I had to leave the WA for our campaign...

Under Ledzia wrote:Also I will shortly rejoin the WA please endorse me back everyone! I had to leave the WA for our campaign...

Done... I humbly ask for re-endorsement!

United Massachusetts wrote:I present to you the corpse of "Access to Abortion":

Seconds ago: The General Assembly proposal "Access to Abortion" [The United Commonwealths of Imperium Anglorum] failed to achieve quorum.

We are the pro-life generation.

Mission Accomplished.

Awesome job on defeating the abortion proposal!

New Dolgaria wrote:It must be said that she was raised in an extremely abusive environment. Not surprising that her life turned out so dark.

A sad life, indeed. I'm thinking about watching the documentary. Has anybody here seen it yet?

Savopia, Lagrodia, Under Ledzia, and Atlantis the mantis

Why do we have an endorsement cap, instead of having mandatory delegate endorsement?

Under Ledzia wrote:Why do we have an endorsement cap, instead of having mandatory delegate endorsement?

Um, we do require WA nations to endorse the delegate. The endorsement cap allows residents to share endorsements and increase regional power without threatening the delegacy.

Phydios wrote:Um, we do require WA nations to endorse the delegate. The endorsement cap allows residents to share endorsements and increase regional power without threatening the delegacy.

So nobody is allowed 11 or more endorsements except for the delegate?

Under Ledzia wrote:So nobody is allowed 11 or more endorsements except for the delegate?

That's how it's always been unless the president explicitly permits a nation to have more.

The Rouge Christmas State wrote:That's how it's always been unless the president explicitly permits a nation to have more.

I hereby permit members of the Christian Socialist Party to have more endorsements.

United Massachusetts wrote:I hereby permit members of the Christian Socialist Party to have more endorsements.

I hereby demand more than 10 endorsements

Now with no joke... The Catholic State of Eire please make an official dispatch about our party, our official agenda, official members and so on. That would be very convinient.

On this Memorial Day, we pray for those who courageously laid down their lives for the cause of freedom.
May the examples of their sacrifice inspire in us the selfless love of Your Son, our Lord Jesus Christ.
Bless the families of our fallen troops, and fill their homes and their lives with Your strength and peace.
Amen.

I've opened a new regional poll on the Senate's structure. By the end of the month, Senators The Catholic State of Eire, Phydios, and United Massachusetts will be approving a referendum for the June regional ballot.

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My opinion

Maybe I'm crazy, but I'd like to see the Senate be more elastic in the future. If the region's more active, the Congress could make it larger. If the region's less active, the Congress could make it smaller.

Also, the voting system we use has been a somewhat regular topic of debate. In the past, I think the Senate has been chosen through single non-transferable voting and limited voting.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Single_non-transferable_vote
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Limited_voting

Right now, it's elected through cumulative voting.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cumulative_voting

And I recall that Stellonia has been a proponent of proportional representation (PR) in the past.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proportional_representation

If our region's party system were more stable, I wouldn't be opposed to experimenting with the PR system known as panachage.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Panachage

Culture of Life wrote:By the end of the month, Senators The Catholic State of Eire, Phydios, and United Massachusetts will be approving a referendum for the June regional ballot.

I wish them the best of luck.

Culture of Life wrote:Maybe I'm crazy, but I'd like to see the Senate be more elastic in the future. If the region's more active, the Congress could make it larger. If the region's less active, the Congress could make it smaller.

I agree with this. I think that the Citizens' Assembly should determine the size of the Senate.

Culture of Life wrote:And I recall that Stellonia has been a proponent of proportional representation (PR) in the past.

I still am.

Culture of Life wrote:If our region's party system were more stable, I wouldn't be opposed to experimenting with the PR system known as panachage.

If this system were more likely to be implemented than any other proportional representation system, I would support it.

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