Step One…

by iGanja 28. February 2006 04:15

Give the moral minority, quasi vigilante fanatics more legitimacy by ruling that the federal government has no jurisdiction to protect those exercising their right to choose; a right expressly granted to them by the same.

 

February 27, 2006 - Supreme Court Decision

 

On the surface, this may appear as if the government is actually limiting itself, and checking itself as our forefathers envisioned.  Not intruding on the lives of its citizens with overbearing/overprotective statutes intended to control the masses; giving the states more autonomy and responsibility to maintain order and protect the public.

 

This appears to be a Libertarian’s wet dream!  So, what’s the issue then?  Well, I’m glad you asked.  This is a problem created by the feds!  By ruling in favor of Roe in 1973, the Supreme Court established a reciprocal need to protect those citizens exercising their right to choose and took on the constitutional responsibility to protect those that do.  With today’s decision, the Supreme Court has essentially said, “well, you have that right, but use it at your own risk.”

 

south dakota wedding.jpgSo what will the states do with this new responsibility?  Well in South Dakota, they may very well outlaw choice altogether, thereby eliminating the responsibility to protect those wishing to, and in fact, making it a crime to do so.  In fact they already have legislation in the works to do just that.  South Dakota Challenges Roe v. Wade

 

Step Two…

 

Pass a law that is clearly unconstitutional in an effort to bring it before the Supreme Court once again.  The Supreme Court does not make law, that much is certain, but in this case, all they have to do is wait around for someone who can to make one.  And now, with the balance of power in the Supreme Court clearly on the “conservative” side, is it any stretch to think that Roe v Wade may soon be overturned?

 

Step Three…

 

Regulate the production and sale of wire coat hangers!  Hey, maybe Joan Crawford had something there…

 

I don’t want to imagine what kinds of horrible stories are to come from the repealing of the constitutional right to choose.  If you think the pictures of bloody fetal material with captions stating that “this is a human being” are bad enough, wait till the gruesome picture needs no such caption except to remind us that perhaps one death really IS better than two!

 

Oh, I ganja

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michelie
michelie United States
2/28/2006 8:28:12 AM #

It makes no sense to me that you can just keep taking issues before the Supreme Court again and again and again until you get ruling you want. That makes their rulings completley insignificant because they're either based on constitutional law or they're not. If they are, then it shouldn't change year over year. Unless you're a "living constitution" freak that thinks it's okay to morph the constitution's meaning as long as it's the general consensus. Those freaks will get their day; it's currently the court's general consensus that Roe is up for review, and that same general consensus won't rule their way. When you think of the constituion as relative, it's absolute, then this decision is made. Liberals always get their due with their own policies!

kmt
kmt United States
3/1/2006 8:28:31 AM #

i just want to know how you got a picture of my sister's wedding????

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