Saturday, January 22, 2005

An interesting story on the anniversary of Roe vs Wade.

For 32 years, this country has, nationwide, lived with the scourge that is abortion. I object to Roe v Wade for many reasons, not the least of which is that this decision spat all over the Tenth Amendment. It doesn't give equal protection to all humans, there is no court finding them guilty, there is no one making the decision who holds an office that would allow the taking of life. No jury convicted these babies of a crime, no jury sentenced them to death, no one with the authority executes these babies, and no baby has been killed because of self-defense purposes. With abortion, the whole concept of justice and jurisprudence becomes turned on it head.

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