Was wondering how long it would be before a Judge working for Baal would step up against the Texas “Heartbeat Law”. He’s obviously a transgenderized woked out judge. He ruled that pregnant people had a constitutional right to abortion. First things first; there are two biological sexes of people and only one of them can become pregnant. (See “What Is One’s Sex – Biology or Psychology” in main menu.) Have never seen a pregnant man! There was one that claimed to be on an Oprah Winfrey Show years ago, but it was a breast butchered fully functional in the lower parts female only living as a man but still desiring to have babies. And its wife(?) knew that!
From Michael Foust’s article (in bold):
“A person’s right under the Constitution to choose to obtain an abortion prior to fetal viability is well established,” Pitman wrote. “Fully aware that depriving its citizens of this right by direct state action would be flagrantly unconstitutional, the State contrived an unprecedented and transparent statutory scheme to do just that.”
Viability is the ability to develop on its own. A seed cannot develop to the point of fruition unless it’s in the ground and an infant can’t develop to the point of its first breath unless it’s in the womb. Just as the seed needs a farmer, which can be male or female, to bring the seed to fruition, so does an infant need a womb to get to its first breath and continue. God said, “Be fruitful and multiply. It wasn’t a request. Nor was there an option to back out once the seed got planted! The air breathing blood circulating life of the mother during pregnancy needs to be considered, but to abort an infant up to the moment of that first breath of life with its own lungs denying it the choice of living for selfish reasons like career interference is nothing less than an abomination. (See WND article on Megan Rapinoe in “Borders, Rape and Murder” in archives.) If a seed germinates and sprouts a root, it has become viable. When it sprouts and the farmer decides he or she doesn’t want it, it just get chopped up with a hoe. Whether a mother or a farmer, if a crop is not desired, don’t allow the seeds to be planted!
“The Court recognizes that not all pregnant people identify as women,” Pitman wrote.
One can call a chicken a duck, but they can’t make it quack! If a chicken wants to identify itself as a duck, it is still ducking out of luck when it comes to quacking.
Roe vs Wade did not make abortion legal to the point of a constitutional right. It was a privacy issue as far as the health of the expectant mother was concerned. It took abortions off uncontrolled back allies, but States still maintained regulatory rights. The aspect of where and when does life begin remained an open issue and is not granted to any branch of the federal government in the constitution. A Constitution Amendment would be required, but for the main time, it is a Peoples of States issue under the 9th and 10th Amendments of the Constitution.
From the above article:
Significance of Roe v Wade
Many think of Roe v. Wade as the case that “legalized abortion.” However, that isn’t exactly true. What it did was change the way states can regulate abortion, and characterized abortion as something that was covered under constitutional rights of privacy.
It may come as a surprise that Roe did not have much of an impact on the number of abortions performed each year in the United States. According to the Guttmacher Institute, in the years before Roe was decided there were over one million illegal abortions performed in the U.S. annually. After Roe, that number remains around one million, performed legally. Plus, the rate of deaths occurring as the result of abortions dropped dramatically in the years following Roe.
Since the Court’s decision in Roe v. Wade, judicial interpretation of the constitution is that abortion is legal. However, after Roe, many abortion opponents have been pushing for stricter abortion laws. The opponents haven’t been able to ban abortions outright, but have brought about certain exceptions that place limitations on abortions.
A number of states have placed restrictions on abortions in certain circumstances, including parental notification requirements, mandatory disclosure of abortion risk information, and restrictions on late-term abortions.
The issue is still a hotbed topic in presidential debates and across the nation. States continue to pass abortion regulations that are often challenged in federal courts. But, few make it to the Supreme Court.
This has led many to wonder: Could Roe v. Wade be overturned?
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This was on Facebook last year and I saved it. It was the result of a “C” section by the steady hands of a very good surgeon. This is what the Liberals want to destroy up to the moment of life. The infant still has not had its first breath of life with its own lungs. Its oxygen of life is still being supplied by the mother via the umbilical cord.
(See “One Step for Life, A Giant Leap for Humanity” in main menu.)
“In Rama was there a voice heard, lamentation, and weeping, and great mourning, Rachel weeping for her children, and would not be comforted, because they are not.” (Matt. 2:18)
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