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Long live Roe v Wade!!

November 5, 2008 Leave a comment Go to comments

Woo-eeeee!!!

Yeay!! Obama won!!!

Hahaha.

Of course, I have made my views plain; I would never ever elect a Republican to be the President of the US, regardless of the fact that my mother has made it impossible for me to be a US citizen (by not giving birth to me in the US when she could and by sending me to the UK to study; she pretty much ensured it by those 2 actions!!). Still, McCain-Palin really scared the hell out of me with their promise of turning Roe v Wade around.

Roe v Wade is a Surpreme Court of US case on abortion rights. Roe (not her real identity, though you could wiki her and discover she’s now a pro-life lady. The idiot) was raped and wanted to get an abortion but the state she lived in (I can’t remember what and I’m to lazy to wiki it) forbid abortion. They brought the case in the Supreme Court and the Court decided that there should be a right to choose or something along that line, and if a State makes a law contrary to that, it would be unconstitutional. To be honest, I can’t remember the judgment, really; we were studying the 14th Amendment more than the right to privacy (even though all the cases were on right to privacy; a right that is not guaranteed in the US Constitution). 14th Amendment is how the Supreme Court make up their own bunch of Bill of Rights that weren’t guaranteed by the people of the 1700s (since the US Constitution is really the will of the people of the 1700s; it is not at all the will of the people who are currently living in the US. The last amendment was in 1992. It’s horrible; though not as bad as Australian’s, I suppose…).

Read on how the Supreme Court judges are elected; you know that McCain-Palin’s vow on overturning Roe v Wade is a real risk; regardless of the apparant separation of powers, the judges are not apolitical people. They would research on every single case that the said judge has delivered and pick the one whose views are most similar to the President; who is the person who swears in the judges.

So much better with an apolitical monarch, I would think.

Bless Obama, and good luck on turning around the nation.

Yes we can!!

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  1. preservetherepublic
    November 11, 2008 at 1:56 am

    So you are celebrating the fact that more babies will die? It is sad that we give someone the right to take their own child’s life.

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