Just so. Roe v. Wade will not be reversed until we have even more political pressure to do so, and have seen several more strict constructionist judges appointed to the court.
It remains to be seen whether we can keep up the momentum for as long as necessary. The Democrats have worked tirelessly to appoint a legion of leftist activists to the courts, from the highest levels on down. The Republicans have only countered this agenda sporadically, and have constantly been outmaneuvered and outwitted. Now the momentum is on our side, but it's not certain whether the political will is there.
Bush has added two solid judges to the court. But we need two or three more, and many more on the various appeals courts and circuit courts. We simply can't afford to let up on this most pressing of all issues.
Even the War on Terror takes a back seat to judicial appointments, because as we have seen, SCOTUS has the power to damage the war effort, working with the Democrats in congress, the press, and the media.