The black-robed, law-school “educated’;’ crowd — enabled by our elected, alleged, “representatives” — are rolling right along with their efforts to shred the grand American experiment. They’ve found a “right to abortion” in the Fourth Amendment’s prohibition against unlawful search and seizure. They’ve found a
”constitutional right” to same-sex marriage. They’ve found “constitutionality” in racial quotas and set-asides for college admissions. Now, we’re being told — by the highest court in the land — it’s “unconstitutional” to hold abortion clinics to the same standards as other outpatient surgery centers:
The Supreme Court Monday voted 5-3 to strike down a Texas law regulating the state’s abortion clinics, finding the rules were an “undue burden” on a woman’s right to terminate her pregnancy.[…]
Gee. I can’t find that “right to terminate pregnancy” ANYWHERE in those pesky first ten amendments to The Constitution. THAT is where all of the rights are. MORE:
[…] The Texas law, signed in 2013 by then-Gov. Rick Perry, required abortion clinics to meet the standards of ambulatory surgical centers and mandated that physicians performing the procedure maintain admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles. Abortion-rights advocates said that if fully implemented, nearly every clinic outside major cities such as Dallas and Houston would have to close, eliminating ready access to the procedure for women across the vast state.[…]
Wait. We’re told that abortion is an important medical procedure. But we CAN’T regulate it in the same manner as — say — knee surgery? And what is so bad about having a doctor in-house who can admit someone to the hospital if something goes wrong?
This kind of nonsense is what we get for capitulating — for surrendering so much of our culture and our society to the radical left. They’re training the lawyers in law school. They’re training the future drivebys we entrust with keeping an eye on the government for us. They are calling the shots in the arts and entertainment world, where our cultural standards are made (or broken).
This ”make-it-up-as-we-go” mentality is something you’d expect in a Third World dictatorship. NOT in the greatest, freest nation on the planet.
We have gone so far astray of what our Founders intended with the creation of the judicial branch. What was meant as a check on the other two branches, to ensure they were adhering to the language in our Founding Documents, has become tyranny in black robes. Unelected ideologues in robes — with lifetime appointments — are molding and reshaping our society according to their whims. And our ELECTED representatives are standing idly by and allowing it to happen– too gutless to make big decisions themselves.
THIS decision and the college admissions decision are pure jokes. Akin to something dreamed up by a 5 year old who wandered into a courtroom and started playing judge.