CommentsThe author writes:
"Blackman and the other activist judges conveniently ignored the rights of the unborn child to his or her ultimate privacy, allowing others to invade the unborn child’s home without a search warrant and to take that child’s life."
In everything that I've read coming from those with this pro-life (Anti-Roe) philosophy, it seems that there is always an attempt to defend the so called "rights" of the "unborn" while "conveniently ignoring" the rights of the mother. It always seems to boil down to the same question... which comes first, (forgive the pun) the chicken or the egg?
A friend's daughter got pregnant at the beginning of her final year at law school, and had an abortion because carrying the fetus to term would have caused a major disruption to her planned career path. Now I understand that this doesn't constitute a legitimate excuse to "end the life of the unborn" as the pro-lifers define it, but who are we to deny the mother the right to make such decisions about her own life for herself?
How can you say that the "rights" of a potential person, who's not yet born, trump the rights of the actual person involved? I've never understood that, and wish someone could explain it to me.
I'm not asking this question in an effort to support the Roberts decision, although I do believe that what he did will be seen to be the right thing in the long run.
Posted by Swemson on 07/05 at 04:03 PM | #
The title is quite appropriate. Thousands of oppressive non-laws have been passed since Roe vs Wade. With the "Roberts" decision what it was makes me think that the next un-Godly rule will be "mandated" abortions like China has and other parts of the un-Godly world.
I am now fighting one Circuit Court judge and two District Court judges, one US bank and a barrage of attorneys. This battle is because of fraud, deceptive practices, theft and many non-laws that we were led to believe were true. This battle has been ongoing for three years and now it is getting ugly. The sad part of it all is that during this time of battle I am still alone in the fight. There are others still willing to fight the system, however, none have answered my call for assistance as they do not wish to get involved. The legal (unlawful) system in my America is so corrupt along with all government, state and federal it sickens me. The system has stolen everything my wife and I worked for and somewhere along the line I got old. With the grace of Almighty God I am still here and doing battle.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/05 at 01:11 PM | #
Chief Justice Roberts should be impeached and tried for high crimes and misdemeanors.
Posted by B. Huffman on 07/05 at 09:03 AM | #
Roberts Rule of Odor
Posted by Timothy Birdnow on Jul 4, 2012 at 01:07 PM
Nowhere is forced health care a power enumerated by the Constitution
In Roe v. Wade, Justice Harry Blackman, writing for the majority, made the following arguments in favor of the Constitutionally protected nature of abortion:More...
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