Supreme Court Conintues To Support Abortion

Tuesday, January 25, 2005

Posted by J. J. Jackson @ 7:37 AM


Despite its duty to be a last legal recourse for citizens of this nation against the tyranny of the few the SCOTUS refused to support the right to life. I know the Declaration of Independence is an obscure document known to exist by few people these days and apparently understood by even fewer still but I would expect the Supreme Court to at least understand the importance of not only that document but the correct meaning of the "General Welfare" clause of the Constitution that derives it's power from the Declaration.

Webster's 1828 Dictionary defines "Welfare" as:

1. Exemption from misfortune, sickness, calamity or evil; the enjoyment of health and the common blessings of life; prosperity; happiness; applied to persons.
2. Exemption from any unusual evil or calamity; the enjoyment of peace and prosperity, or the ordinary blessings of society and civil government; applied to states.

But it seems that I expect too much.

The Court refused to hear and have the opportunity to overturn the decision by the Fourth Circuit that said the "Choose Life" plates in the State of Florida were Unconstitutional because they gave pro-life supporters a forum but not the pro-abortionist left.

Excuse me? The pro-abortionist left has been legally bound to NOT be able to put a sticker or other advertisement on their bumper that says they support killing children? That is news to me. This dicision places the "right to murder" into the above definition and rewrites the intent of the Constitution by placing it on equal footing with the "right to life". How you can have a right to life and a right to murder is beyond me.

The problem with this ruling is that it violates the first amendment, not supports it. The problem with this ruling is that it supposes that because the pro-abortionists don't have a plate that says "Kill Your Baby" or "Chose Death" that they do not have a right to voice their opinion or that they cannot voice their opinion. That is certainly not true.

The first amendment does not say that an equal forum must be given to all. It simply says that if you want to speak you mind you have that right. So put a bumper sticker on your bumper and you get to voice your opinion.

No, that is far to simple for a Supreme Court that has upheld the murder of children for years.

It's time that the states start standing up to the rogue judiciary in this country. Florida should continue to manufacture and distribute the plates to those that want them. What is the Supreme Court going to do? Arrest the State of Florida? Make the issue of how the courts fail to uphold the Constitution at the behest of those that are offended an issue at the forefront of American society. Because if we don't we are just going to continue down the long and ugly road we have been on for decades.

And that road leads to ruin.


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