Abortion is not in the constitution because it is an unjust horrific evil, that no founding father would ever imagined to be considered legal. Therefore, according to the constitution it is a matter to be determined by the states. Even if one believes the Civil war eliminated states rights, the right of states to regulate certain affairs such as medical institutions and professionals has been established through decades in the judiciary and legislature.
However, the Supreme Court is prohibiting the states from protecting their women citizens who want abortions from having safe procedures in safe facilities. They believe the right to kill is greater than any right to life, or the provision of reasonable care in the process of killing an innocent. The decision in Roe v. Wade is almost universally considered unsupported in law. It is a fly in the ointment, a hole in the dike, and lunacy among an ordered system of law.
Justice John Roberts turned away from the law, when he became Chief Justice and decided he would think like the Democrats on the bench, who hardly consider the constitution or law. The Democrat justices do as they feel and think, they are not bound by anything. As the Bible says, “Bad company corrupts good morals”. (1 Cor. 15:33). Also, “No good tree bears bad fruit, nor does a bad tree bear good fruit.” (Luke 6:43) When Justice Roberts became Chief Justice he thought that balance was required from a Chief Justice, so he began to think as the Democrat justices, who consider themselves fair, compassionate, and all-wise. He should be balanced in procedure, perspective, and process. However, balance is fairness, not justice – it has no place in decisions. Moreover, fairness in decisions is by definition unjust as it renders to each party based on their share, rather than what’s due under the law. In his pride as Chief justice, he lost his way and rules against law and justice. Finally, like the Democrat group, Justice Roberts feels free to impute evil intent to the Louisiana legislature in a duly established law. This is absurd, but illustrates the unjust motives of the Democrat group and their new apprentice Chief Justice Roberts. In the same way, he might object and assert that I don’t know what he thinks or what is in his mind. To which I reply, “What you sow, you reap.” This court’s decisions are abominable and one man is mainly to blame.
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