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Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Still catching up with the news

The Supreme Court upheld a ban on partial-birth abortions. The shrieks of the abortion-on-demand harridans can be heard the country over.

Here's my take on it - there is nothing in the Constitution than mentions abortions. For that matter, there's nothing in the Constitution that mentions medical procedures period.

As such, the Constitution has nothing to do with it. Period. End of story. You don't have a constitutional right to drive, do you? No, you don't. The Constitution has nothing to do with that either.

Therefore, the government has the ability to legislate abortion. And if they want to ban partial birth abortion, good on them. I personally am against stabbing a baby in the back of the head with a needle attached to a vacume hose and then sucking it's brain out, right before you cut it in half so that it can be removed with ease. And I won't vote for any candidate who doesn't have a problem with it.

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