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Tuesday, April 5, 2016

The "Unborn Person" Doesn't Have Constitutional Rights -- Hillary Said So!

Just a slave!
Let's face it. The unborn aren't "persons" in the whole sense. They are simply the chattel of their mothers. Remember where that philosophy comes from?

Dred Scott revisited: On March 6, 1857 the U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision on slavery that helped to ignite the Civil War by escalating the debate.. Written by Chief Justice Roger B. Taney, the Scott vs. Sanford decision declared that "a negro, whose ancestors were imported into [the U.S.], and sold as slaves" could not be an American citizen and so could not bring a lawsuit. Dred Scott was just a piece of property. He sued claiming that by taking him into free territory, his owner no longer had the right to keep him enslaved.

Think of the impact of that decision. Slave-free states under the Scott decision were not actually slave-free. If slave owners could bring their "property" into "free" states and maintain them as slaves, no state in the Union was actually free. What Taney did, as have so many of the pro-abortion Supreme Court justices in our day, merely escalated the division and brought the nation closer to out-and-out war. The divisions today over abortion are no less intense.

intact aborted baby -- ready for a "fun" dissection?
So what form will our civil war take? We see the escalation of the battle with the current persecution of David Deleiden who did what investigative journalists have done for centuries -- go undercover to gather information. Like those who documented the beatings of slaves by sadistic owners, Deleiden exposed the modern slavers who believe that dissecting the intact bodies of aborted bodies is "sickening on some level" but "fun.."

It was interesting that Hillary used the word "person." It indicates that liberals like her know perfectly well that they are killing persons. They're just not "persons in the whole sense." Like Dred Scott's owner who had the right to carry him around like a pocket watch he could sell or give away or throw in the trash; the mothers have the right to dispose of their babies as well. They can give them away or trash them, but don't have the right to sell them. That right is left to the human traffickers at Planned Parenthood.

Meanwhile David Deleiden faces felony charges while the killers at Planned Parenthood are painted as the victims. With a liberal media enabling the evil, it's no surprise. But as more and more activist young people join the war, the end result is clear. Roe v. Wade, like Dred Scott, will ultimately fall. How hot the war gets before that happens, we have yet to see. Pray for moms in crisis and the babies threatened with elimination by the paid killers at Planned Parenthood and for bloody tyrants like Hillary Clinton who like Herod champions the slaughter of the innocent.


DJR said...

Her comment made no sense, as she referred to "the unborn person."

The ruling of Roe v. Wade states the following: "All this, together with our observation, supra, that throughout the major portion of the 19th century prevailing legal abortion practices were far freer than they are today, persuades us that the word 'person,' as used in the Fourteenth Amendment, does not include the unborn."

Therefore, per our enlightened judiciary, there is no such thing as "the unborn person," as the term "person" does not include "the unborn."

So says the U.S. Supreme Court.

Of course, the justices who voted in favor of Roe v. Wade are all dead. One can only guess at their individual fates, but presumably they now know with certainty whether the term "person" includes "the unborn."

TLM said...

The POOR WOMAN is SO VERY BLIND AND MISGUIDED. Pray for her and all like her that the darkness is removed from them so that they are able to see the light! She is SO VERY LOST!

c matt said...

I would like to think that she is lost or blind, and perhaps so. But she also strikes me as not unintelligent, and therefore should know better, and in all likelihood does. If there is something making her blind, it is her ambition, which appears to know no bounds.

"Unborn person" is probably a Freudian slip on her part.