Tuesday, September 28, 2004

Reforming the courts

There has been a great deal of discussion lately about the power of the courts and the infliction of personal viewpoint into high profile cases. The travesty in Massachusetts finally seemed to get people's attentions, but the truth is, the erosion of restraint by the court has been going on for decades.

The textbook case of judicial usurpation of the role of the legislature in Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S. 113 (1973). Here the court did a number on the role of the state to protect human beings by denying that they are human, while at the same time creating privacy rights that do not exist in the Constitution. The court removed the protection of law to unborn human beings and there has been a murderous rampage ever since. The result is over a million dead babies and hundreds of thousands of women scarred.
All because the court has failed in its duty.
All because the justices failed to look upon the unborn child as a person.
All because of the selfishness that has infected our society.


Post a Comment

<< Home