In response to the five justices on the Supreme Court who sided with the anti-baby abortion lobby, as usual, a writer at National Review gives us a good perspective.
“The abortionists sued, and the Supreme Court, as it reliably does, stood with them.”
Legalizing murder doesn’t make it not murder. Nazis did similar legal maneuvers.
But we are in the era of the self and selfishness. So if a baby is gonna disrupt your life, it’s okay to dispense with the baby. Justice Kennedy and his four pals on the court tell us so.
“Some Americans, a non-trivial number of them, would rather put their unborn children to death than be burdened with the responsibilities of parenthood, even if they are only short-lived responsibilities.”
So well put and succinct. And sad.
The author is an adoptee, who could have easily been a victim of the barbaric practice of abortion which has been propagandized into a women’s health issue.
America, and the Supreme Court, will have to atone for this barbarity.
How a Roman Catholic like Justice Kennedy can justify this legal contortionism requires insight I don’t have. Has he no fear of a vengeful God?