Our interpretation of what the natural rights of man entails in its intersection with the law has quite obviously changed, in a system that was designed to acknowledge those rights, as well as to Constitutionally accommodate change, and to hash out what the proper role is of a limited government of enumerated powers that respects the natural rights of man.
This is commonly referred to as moral relativism, do you support this?
But good luck convincing 75% of Americans that what they do in the bedroom is evil and subject to Government regulation, and that the regulation would not at all be a violation of their natural rights, and that such regulation is compatible with a limited government of enumerated powers.
Does this 75% figure actually have some data to back it up or is it just a nice round number?
Do you think the Founding Fathers envisioned a government where laws were passed, amended or repealed based upon what a majority of the population thought?
So if you don't see laws against contraception as a violation of natural rights, and as compatible with a government of limited and enumerated powers. WHY oh WHY are you not actually for passing such laws again?
Believing that laws would be constitutional IS NOT the same as supporting such laws.
Yes, the 75% figure I cited previously was from a survey of American couples that answered that they used birth control methods other than “none” and “rhythm”.
The founding fathers envisioned a government where the people were sovereign, and what a majority of the people thought would be reflected (if Constitutional) in the ideals and goals of their Representation.
If you feel such laws against contraception were Constitutional (and thus compatible with a government of limited and enumerated powers that respects the natural rights of man), and you are against use of contraception, why are you not for enacting laws against contraception?
You feel that the decision striking them down was incorrect, yet you do not wish to correct the error?
Have we finally found a member of the Society for Preservation of Law Incorrectly Decided? A membership of ONE? LOL!