posted on Jan, 12 2006 @ 06:00 PM
Originally posted by dbates
O sure. You mean like the Catholic religion does today?
Well taking in consideration that the Catholic Church is buying hospitals around specially the ones that offer services to the poor and needy It kind
of make you think about their agenda, with the law in favor or not.
But its not isolated to Catholics that wants to ban contraceptives is also more extremist from other religious nominations that seek the same
They consider contraceptives to be immoral. Saying that the government will rule contraceptives to be illegal is just non-sense and extremism.
I agree, but the mere fact that is happening on the bases of personal preferences tells enough of what is going on.
Sounds like Judge Alito is going to institute Muslim law right here in the United States. I don't know how you expect anyone to buy that story.
Well if you take away women rights no only the rights of their bodies but to take control of it, it will not be any more than bringing the Islamic law
but with a Christian view. Before Griswold v. Connecticut that was they way things were done in the US when it came to women rights.
Skipping over the issue of abortion being right or wrong, it's wrong for the Supreme court to create new laws based on their rulings.
Yes you are right is wrong for them to create laws, but when it comes to the rights of privacy that is the issue here with Wade v. Roe they are
supposed to protect constitutional rights, not base their ruling on personal or moral feelings.
When it comes to supporting the powers of the president to over step on constitutional rights they also have to protect the constitution.
That has been an issue with Alito also.
If Congress wishes to pass a law making abortion legal, then fine.
The way this really should be done is to just let each state vote on making it legal as the people of the state see fit. This is the way out country
should be run, and is the way that Judge Alito thinks.
Well taking in consideration that before wade v roe that is the way it was done it became an issue when some states were banning abortion vs the ones
Roe v Wade eventually could be overturned.The Supreme court isn't perfect you know.
Occurs they can but the issue will be on which bases and how will affect the right to privacy no only to women but also men in these country.
Very clearly the law protect the Americans from the government to get into the personal affairs that included, procreation, marriage and family life.
Griswold v. Connecticut
Interesting link thanks, you are right they are not perfect