To: Victory Rocks
That wasn't my point. You said we should work to change the law. My point was, that is no longer possible. SCOTUS has denied us that option. The "wound" never heals because fair-minded Americans are not allowed to subject it to the bright cleansing light of legislative debate.
Again, this murder illustrates why SCOTUS should NOT be the business of legislating from the bench. When SCOTUS does so, it disenfranchises millions of Americans who don't share the liberal sentiments of five unelected self-important liberal lawyers in black robes. That isn't good for the country.
Those who corrupt the law demand that we respect the law that they corrupted.
Such is the way, with tyrants!
I realize using the political process to deal with this issue is slow and a pain in the neck, but I also said in several previous posts that we should work to change people's hearts and minds, which does work.
I will never be in favor of killing abortionists no matter how vile they are because it only hurts the pro-life cause and makes it much harder to win over those on the fence, and that's a fact.
posted on 05/31/2009 7:20:23 PM PDT
by Victory Rocks
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