Friday, January 22, 2010

Roe vs. Wade - Choice

January 22 1973, the Supreme Court decided the case of Roe v Wade -which will in time join Dred Scott, Plessey v Fergusson, Korematsu v. United States in infamy - allowing people to be “deprived of Life … with out due process of law” as guaranteed in the Fourteenth Amendment in favor of a unstated right to privacy inferred from a tortured piece of illogic.

copyright Rock the Facts Screen shot from UTube Video at Rock the Facts 2009 March for Life

If the equivalent of an abortion was done to a convicted criminal - it would violate the Eight Amendment’s prohibition of “cruel and unusual punishments.”

But now we are told that we have choice!

But then we always had choices.

What’s yours?


Jeff said...

Abortion is the killing of innocent. Abortion rights people need to believe that a fetis is not human so they can live with a bad conscience.

A baby or fetis is innocent and yet tortured to death.

Terrorists are guilty of plotting to or actually murdering innnocent people and we quiver (at least some do) over pouring water in their face?!

hank_F_M said...


You have good point. The cognitive dissonance problem with the issue is a big problem.

Some how I think that something that would not be allowed as punishment after conviction should not be allowed before.

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