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To: tpaine

A moral judgement made by someone is not necessarily moral. That is only the TYPE of judgement. And what is "moral" to you may be "immoral" to me but both evaluations are moral judgments.


48 posted on 05/09/2006 3:06:44 PM PDT by justshutupandtakeit (If you believe ANYTHING in the Treason Media you are a fool.)
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To: justshutupandtakeit
Scalia criticized the U.S. Supreme Court for its ruling in the 1973 Roe v. Wade case, which established the constitutional right to abortion. He said such decisions can't be made without a moral judgment, and should therefore be left to voters or the politicians they elect.

justshutupandtakeit wrote:

A moral judgement made by someone is not necessarily moral. That is only the TYPE of judgement. And what is "moral" to you may be "immoral" to me but both evaluations are moral judgments.

The Court used the Tenth amendment for its rationalization of that [roe v wade] abomination.
47 justshutupandtakeit

Thus we can take it that you would agree to abortion in States that make a 'moral judgment', -- by voters or the politicians they elect, -- to support abortion on demand?

52 posted on 05/09/2006 5:21:23 PM PDT by tpaine
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