Republicans in the state legislature have repeatedly refused to approve pro-choice license plates. And further proving the anti-choice side's intellectual mettle:
The ruling sparked a litany of criticism and opposing arguments from pro-life advocates. One legal analyst, who served as a consultant for defendants of the "Choose Life" plate, posed a question about whether the ruling meant the state now will have to offer a "Kill The Sea Turtles" license plate to counter the "Save The Sea Turtles" one.Good grief.
Luckily, Brook had something to say about that, too: "For there to be unconstitutional viewpoint discrimination there must be dueling viewpoints. Until there is a group devoted to turtle destruction, there aren't exactly the same concerns in that example as the current controversy."
Ha ha but no one hates sea turtles the way rightwingers hate women's agency.
Don't worry, sea turtles! As long as there is a functioning uterus in the United States of America, you are safe!
(Not really—but no one wants to brag on a license plate about their garbage policies endangering sea turtles like they do their garbage policies turning people with uteri into state-owned incubators.)