Saturday, September 17, 2005

More Judicial Activism

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In Missouri, of all places. Someday, there will come a reckoning... and these idiots are going to be slapped down. That will happen, right?

Judge Blocks New Anti-Abortion Law In Mo.

This law was aimed at people helping underage girls get abortions without their parents' consent or knowledge.

How did the opponents of the law feel when their liberal judge ruled against decency?

[[ "I can tell you we are absolutely ecstatic," clinic administrator Michelle Collins said. "We will be providing surgeries on Monday and it will be business as usual." ]]

They are "ecstatic" that they can continue killing children in the wombs of other children. Does that send a chill down your spine, or what? These people are monsters...

To me, this is just more ammunition for President Bush to nominate a strong Conservative to replace O'Conner.

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4 Comments:

Blogger saj said...

"Laughery agreed that the law posed an immediate and irreparable harm to the clinic..."

In otherwords, they would lose too much money.

17/9/05 12:33  
Blogger kmg said...

Yep. And they would have to stop killing... and, let's face it, that has got to be tougher than quitting drinking or smoking, right?

17/9/05 13:14  
Blogger Tsar Lazar said...

Pomoze Bog.

"We will be providing surgeries..."

What a polite euphemism for execution.

It reminds me of the time my dad (who worked in aviation all his life) showed me a NTSB report on an airliner crash. It called the impact and subsequent damage an "involuntary conversion of the aircraft."

It's interesting how these SOBs dehumanize what they're dong by using terms like "surgery" (is demolishing the head of a fetus "surgery?" Then why no forcible castration of child molesters---wouldn't that be "surgery" too? Oh, but that is cruel and unusual...) or "non-viable tissue mass."

I wonder if, on the Second Coming, God will use a euphemism like "impartial Judgement resulting in negative consequences for the deceased" when He sends them to Gehenna. Probably not---God doesn't need to cloak his actions in lies.

Tsar Lazar

18/9/05 03:05  
Anonymous Damian Vanauken said...

Interested. Keep Blogging!

7/12/05 11:33  

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