Literally, brett said, "this decision does not ban abortion" and be damned if a room full of journalists didnt vault over themselves to publish the headline, "supreme court bans abortion". I mean clearly, and ive had a political science course in my past, i agree when they say it seemed more the work of legislators than guardians of the constituion. I mean, they decided in roe v wade, where legally recognized life begins, during the thrid trimester. Weird. Sotomayor, the lady who had never been a judge in any form before her appointment to the court, said at conception a woman has "no rights". Seems a statement clesrly engineered for fundraising letters, and a gross exageration of actuality. As one commentator pointed out, one of the yays was a nixon appointee, conversely, a commentator from the opposite stripe noted one of the published assenting opinions was the work of "the stupidest supreme court justice of the 20th century." Clearly hyper
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