My contempt was solidified the better part of 30 years ago.
Infanticide is a great point because it really shows how much the GOP holds its base in utter contempt. The GOP held both houses of congress, the presidency and made most of the appointments to the scotus and did absolutely nothing with that when it came to infanticide. I guess they were waiting for a 2/3 majority in the legislatures?
In any case, its a moot point. This political game of 3 card monte is rigged. Unless we change the ground rules or walk away from it, we lose.
That's what it seemed like when I brought up the question. I've never known a time when this country didn't have its legal infanticide (still ineligible to be president) -- I cannot fathom how theRoe v. Wade decision could have been allowed to stand... it should have had the court laughed out of court, so to speak. Besides which, it clearly violated the due processes of the states required by the 14th Amendment (though the 14th Amd is a lie, it never passed and is on congressional record as not having passed) AND the 5th Amendment.