Now I hear conservatives saying that they are worried about important issues, like inflation, gas prices and crime, while liberals are talking about abortion and gender identity. Often it's good to know what talking points are being used.
I would say that polling, focus groups and consultants drive the campaign trail. Women's rights gets votes so it's a strategy that works.
Looking at the bigger picture there is the worry about a worldwide drift toward authoritarianism. Controlling women and repressing diversity, in sexual orientation, is part of that trend toward authoritarian rule.
I tend to connect the dots and look at bigger topics that are often not the immediate campaign talking points.
Authoritarian repression of choice and sexual diversity can contribute to excessive population growth which contributes to lots of big problems ranging from climate change to supply shortages.
So many problems are interconnected; such as the overwhelming number of refugees at borders of many countries, rising prices for energy sources, such as gasoline and high death rates due to the system not being able to cope with people's needs.
The right to life is definitely placed in jeopardy by things like a lack of adequate social services, health insurance and affordable housing.
It's placed in jeopardy as the growing number of refugees get turned away from borders and sent back into harm's way.
It's placed in jeopardy by increasing war, crime and the effects of climate change.
It's even placed in jeopardy by authoritarian rule, itself.
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