“Show me in the Constitution where the Federal Government has any business messing around in these three fields,”
The problem is that the federal government already DID mess around in one of these are areas when Roe vs Wade was decided. Any action to void Roe vs Wade IS an act of getting the feds out of it.
Roe v. Wade (abortion) is a mistake made by the Supreme Court with NOTHING in the Constitution to back it up -- and it is for the Supreme Court to rectify; as it did the Dred Scott case, theand Plesse case, and the many other bad boo-soos they have made. They are not within the enumerated powers granted to the legistlative branch by the Sonstitution. Neither is the marriage debacle -- and DEFINITELY NOT a candidate's church attendance or affiliation. The latter most definitely being expressly forbidden by the Constitution itself.
Such matters, not being espressly granted to Congress, were reserved for the States and the People.