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What Can Republicans Do to Win After Roe v. Wade?

Updated: Dec 1, 2023

TOPIC: ForAmerica's David Bozell and The Washington Times' Tim Constantine Discuss the Political and Social Implications of Overturning Roe v. Wade



"If you're willing to kill babies at their most innocent stage, you're willing to do a lot of things."


  • After 49 years of conservative efforts, Roe v. Wade was overturned, raising questions about the future direction of the conservative movement and the Republican Party in the post-Roe environment.

  • Even after spending millions in state referendums like Ohio and Virginia, the pro-life movement has failed to win most pro-life votes since Roe's overturning.

  • The overturning of Roe v. Wade has had mixed political repercussions. While it was a landmark victory for conservatives and life, it has also led to losses in state referendums and down-ballot initiatives as Republicans have yet to reorganize their efforts on a united front.

  • The conservative movement faces the challenge of developing a cohesive and effective message around the issue of life and abortion. The lack of a unifying issue like Roe v. Wade has led to fragmentation within the movement, highlighting the need for a clear and compelling narrative.

  • The U.S. does not have a culture of life, the importance of fostering a culture of life in the United States is important both socially and politically.

  • The conservative movement needs to focus on scientifically informed policies, such as legislation based on when a fetus can feel pain. A 15-week abortion ban is bad messaging, and isn't a principled stance.

  • Incremental pro-life victories are great, but the conservative movement needs to build a movement like the gay-rights movement did in the late 90s in order to achieve meaningful wins for the right to life.

  • The issue of abortion is our modern-day slavery. Future generations will look back and wonder how Americans in 2023 were allowing the murder of innocent babies.

  • Abortion is expected to be a central issue in the 2024 presidential race. The Republican Party must develop effective messaging and strategies to address this issue, as it will likely be a major point of contention in the election.



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