As the anniversary of Roe v. Wade approaches us this weekend, I need to make the statement that abortion was murder and illegal prior to Roe v. Wade, abortion was murder and illegal after Roe v. Wade, and abortion is still murder and illegal today.
The law of Nature and Nature’s God, which is operative at all times all throughout the earth, specifically forbids the execution of an innocent life.
Furthermore, the Constitution does not give any court the authority to make law. Judges can only render opinions that apply only to the parties that are before them.
The disorientation comes in because the government (teamed up with the media and their distortion of the 1st amendment), campaigns against the American people, and the God who has ordained and given the “right” to life.
The point, however, remains that if a man can be convinced his rights do not come from God then he has no secure rights, because he will be forced to rely on himself to assert his rights. Realizing that he alone cannot assert his rights against an army, man will next need to trust in the government of the army to assert his rights for him. In our culture there is even those brilliantly moronic students of the “credentialed” elite, who don’t even need guns to force them to think a certain way; just tickle their ears, make some vacuous promises, and presto!, you have a community organized.
I do want to make very clear that a majority of Americans are not in this camp of cultural degenerates. Just recently the “Captain of Criminal Degenerates” Eric Holder and his two-year political prosecution of Mary Susan Pine for holding a sign outside of an abortion clinic ended with the granting of summary judgment by an upright Judge Kenneth L. Ryskamp. Judge Ryskamp concluded that the government lacked evidence to prove “all three elements of its FACE (Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act) claim.” The ruling was a chastisement of Holder for seeking to apply federal law in a clearly unconstitutional manner!
And of course there is the irresolute members of the conservative “clique” like Rick Perry who spoke forcefully stating, “Every life lost to abortion is a tragedy…” However, recently Mr. Perry prayed the following for this abortion obsessed President, who even desires to force you and I to fund abortions by tax: “Father, we pray for our president. We pray for his family. We pray for the safety of his family. We pray that you light his way,” he said. “We pray that you give him wisdom as he deals with the issues that he faces.”
Does that sound like a prayer full of mercy for victims of crime, or mercy for those that perpetrate crime? A more fitting prayer would align itself with the ancient king and psalmist, David, who said, “For the arms (strength) of the wicked shall be broken: but the Lord upholdeth the righteous.”
The laws against abortion still exist and they still apply to criminals, they are just not being enforced, and why would they be enforced by a President and Attorney General who make it a habit to break laws and use the force of law against those who uphold the law?
American citizens are looking for audacious leadership that will square off with villainous enemies of our Constitution. A July 2010 Angus Reid opinion poll found 61 percent of Americans saying that abortion should be illegal either in all or only in certain circumstances. So, on the 39th anniversary of Roe vs. Wade, abandon the media message that our nation is “divided” on the issue. It is far more accurate to quote Rev. Frank Pavone who stated, “Our nation is awakening to the fact that Roe’s policy – imposed by a Court rather than voted on by the people’s representatives — has never represented what the majority of Americans think about abortion.”
And I leave you with the fact that even if the people democratically agreed with the ruling it would not change the immutable law of “Thou shalt not Kill.” We the People can no more change law than can the judges we decry.