And guess what? It doesn’t matter a damn whether you’re for abortion or against it. The Supreme Court decision arbitrarily declaring abortion a constitutional right is the worst thing that ever happened to either faction.Er, except the faction that's for abortion...
It was rotten and dishonest at its core – read the constitution and you tell me where the right to an abortion is – and rather than conferring a right on people, it actually stripped them of their most important right: the right to elect legislators who make the laws they want.The point of a constitution is that THAT RIGHT IS LIMITED. Jeebus, this is the very heart of conservatism, guy: it should not be easy to go nuts with kooky laws!
I blame Roe v. Wade for a lot of things: the current poison partisanship, the rise of inappropriate religious politics, the corruption of our system for appointing and approving Supreme Court justices – but most of all, I blame it for the irreconcilable virulence of the sides in the abortion debate.Let's imagine Roe v. Wade as a legislative act. How much shorter would this list be for Klavan?
How can you discuss things in a civil manner when your right to make a final decision about them has been taken away by seven Little Caesars who think their black robes make them kings?Clearly you cannot discuss things in a civil manner if what was once a rule restricting women IS NO LONGER A RULE! YOU GO CRAZY AND SMASH EVERYTHING AND SHOOT PEOPLE! Or, wolverine-like, you turn on the computer, clicking here and there, typing this letter and that in order to post something on the internet.
It’s tyranny, pure and simple, whether you believe in abortion rights or not.I do not believe it's tyranny to one day be able to do one thing and the next day be able to choose between two things. Call me crazy.
And in a free country, tyranny makes men mad and will ultimately be answered with bloodshed.In a free country, tyranny makes men write crazy sentences that make no sense but can be loosely construed as dangerously nuts!