Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Abortion within the United States, part 2

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40 Days of Life Prayer Vigil: If your church isn’t involved, make it your mission over the next 40 days and beyond to pray daily for LIFE for all children—born and unborn. Let’s end the fact that a mother’s womb is the MOST dangerous place in America for a child!!!

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A PRO-LIFE organization that I strongly support is LIFE DECISIONS INTERNATIONAL!

Its website is at: deals with the immoral, sinful agenda of homosexual activists. deals with the MURDER of the unborn. will continue with political discussions based upon Christian values.

Support for the Constitution:


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Democrats at National Convention are pro-choice except for

1) people’s consumption of food and drink

2) energy use—light bulbs

3) union membership

4) schools to attend

“But I certainly support choice” when it comes to MURDERING your own unborn child!

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One last video! Did these people EVER have an economics class!!!


“The Fed said it will spend $40 billion a month to buy mortgage bonds for as long as it deems necessary to make home buying more affordable. It plans to keep short-term interest rates at record lows through mid-2015—six months longer than previously planned. And it’s ready to take other unconventional steps if job growth doesn’t pick up.”

In other words, the Fed plans to continue to steal from savers. A question. We are over $16 trillion in debt. Just where is the Fed getting this money to buy mortgage bonds?


“White House press secretary Jay Carney told reporters Thursday that the Obama administration also condemns the violence in several Islamic countries the film has reportedly triggered. He says the attacks on U.S. facilities in Egypt, Libya and Yemen are totally unjustified and should be squelched by local governments.”

The film DID NOT trigger anything! These were planned and they were planned around the 9/11 anniversary! The film is an excuse NOT a trigger!

“Attorney General Eric Holder said Justice Department officials had opened a criminal investigation into the diplomats’ deaths.”

Just who are the Justice Department investigating? U.S. citizens in the United States? For what?

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In relation to the current 40 Days for Life Prayer Vigil, I’m writing a short five part series on abortion (AKA the MURDER of unborn babies) within the United States for my local church. I decided that I would post each one on Monday (2 days late because of the series I was doing on Planned MURDERHOOD) after providing them to the church. Today, Part Two:

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Roe v. Wade—the U.S. Supreme Court Decision

Roe v. Wade [410 U.S. 113, 93 S. Ct. 705, 35 L. Ed. 2d 147 (1973)] is the United States Supreme Court case that turned the nation upside down—changing illegal to legal overnight. Roe, which is a pseudonym for the woman involved in the class action suit, was pregnant in Texas and sued the State of Texas challenging the constitutionality of its abortion laws. The laws, which were in the Texas homicide code, made it a crime to get or attempt an abortion except to save the life of the mother as determined by medical counsel. A three member panel of the Federal District court in Texas decided in favor of Roe declaring that the laws were vague and violated her rights as guaranteed by the Ninth and Fourteenth Amendments—and, in essence, the rights of all pregnant women within the United States and its territories. On January 22, 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court basically upheld that decision.

Supreme Court Justice Blackmun wrote the majority opinion. Major conclusions included the following:

1) “State criminal abortion laws that except from criminality only life-saving procedures on the mother’s behalf, and that do not take into consideration the stage of pregnancy and other interests, are unconstitutional for violating the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment.”

2) “The Due Process Clause protects the right to privacy, including a woman’s right to terminate her pregnancy, against state action.”

3) “Though a state cannot completely deny a woman the right to terminate her pregnancy, it has legitimate interests in protecting both the pregnant woman’s health and the potentiality of human life at various stages of pregnancy.”

“The Court held that, in regard to abortions during the first trimester, the decision must be left to the judgment of the pregnant woman’s doctor. In regard to second trimester pregnancies, states may promote their interests in the mother’s health by regulating abortion procedures related to the health of the mother. Regarding third trimester pregnancies, states may promote their interests in the potentiality of human life by regulating or even prohibiting abortion, except when necessary to preserve the life or health of the mother.”

[Note: In the companion case of Doe v. Bolton from Georgia, the Supreme Court ruled that the health of the mother included her mental health. Thus, for all practical purposes, there was a time when a baby could be aborted until and unless the baby was completely out of the womb. That is, these decisions even allowed what became known as partial-birth abortions which were eventually outlawed by an act of congress signed by President George W. Bush.]

Justice Blackmun further wrote that “[I]f this suggestion of personhood [for the fetus] is established, … the fetus’ right to life would then be guaranteed specifically by the [Fourteenth] Amendment…. We need not resolve the difficult question of when life begins. When those trained in the respective disciplines of medicine, philosophy, and theology are unable to arrive at any consensus, the judiciary, at this point in the development of man’s knowledge, is not in a position to speculate as to the answer.”

Disregarding whether or not the Supreme Court or any other federal court even had the authority to decide the Roe v. Wade case, the Supreme Court made at least four major errors in reaching its decision.

1) The Court created a “privacy” doctrine for pregnant women within the Constitution where none exists.

2) The Court declared that the court does not know when life begins and there is no consensus on the issue. However, that is not and was not true. As was pointed out in the first post, “[I]n the early 1800s it was discovered that human life did not begin when she ‘felt life,’ but rather at fertilization.” Before conception, it is impossible to have human life (unless created by GOD). Once conception occurs, unless there is a force outside the life development process preventing it, human life occurs every single time. The Court’s declared concept of “potentiality” of human life is nonsense. The potentiality occurs before conception, once conception occurs, the developing process has begun.

3) Then, to compound its error, the Court errored on the side of the death of the human life within the womb instead of on the side of life as the Court, itself, admitted was protected by the Fourteenth Amendment. If an error was to be made, the error most certainly should be on the side of life rather than on the side of death.

4) The Court created a new law by not only declaring the Texas law unconstitutional but also going far beyond that and establishing the acceptable rules (law) in relation to abortion. No federal court, including the Supreme Court, has the constitutional authority to make law.

Finally, the procedural requirements established by the Constitution were not followed making the decision null and void.

Article III, Section 2, ¶ 2: “In all Cases affecting Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls, and those in which a State shall be Party, the supreme Court shall have original jurisdiction.” That is, this case must begin in the Supreme Court. It did not.