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  • Lesson #1) Don't watch CNN. No polls show Republicans losing anything - except what CNN and other "sinking ships" subscribe to. The decision made by the Supreme Court in 1973 to legalize abortion violated many state laws that prohibited it. It based its decision on the 14th amendment's "right to privacy" which, in itself, was a misappropriated decision. The "right to privacy" as per the 14th amendment prohibits arbitrary deprivation of "life, liberty, or property" by the government except as authorized by law. The key word here is "arbitrary". The law here is saying that a person can't be deprived of life, liberty, or property "on a whim" except as authorized by law. State law at the time prohibited it. So their answer was to do away with a law they didn't like and replace it with one they did. The fact that it deprived an unborn child of its 4th amendment rights made absolutely no difference - "execute the child because the mother doesn't want the responsibility". The Supreme Court's decision was also illegal because it created a law - which is not in the purview of the Judicial branch. Laws are created in the Legislative branch of government and thus, the Supreme Court overstepped its authority.
    • Hulk70166
      1465 - Misappropriation of the ICC or Interstate Commerce Clause lead the Scotus to declare that people who sell to the public do not have the right to decide whether they will accept Black customers. There was nothing in the Constitutionn that applied to Black Customers. The same thing goes for computers and online porn. lol. .https://blackartstory.org/2020/11/27/in-1955-the-interstate-commerce-commission-banned-racial-segregation-on-interstate-buses-train-lines-and-in-waiting-rooms/....The Scotus has been doing this for a long time. But then you think Hitler was misunderstood so you don't agree with this. lol
    • Hulk70166
      Quoting 1465--"How much documented evidence do you need to prove that Hitler never wanted war...and that it was the West (Britain and the US) that wanted war? Look at the headlines of the Daily Express on March 24, 1933 - even the Jews (Zionism actually - but that's too advanced for most people to understand) wanted war against Germany. Why is that? They declared war just 53 days after Hitler was named Chancellor - what did he do to them in that short amount of time? Call me what you will, but don't deny the facts just because you don't agree with them"
    • Hulk70166
      BTW, Germany declared war on the US after the US declared war on Japan. after the attack on Pearl Harbor, on Dec. 11 41 https://www.google.com/search?q=when+did+germany+declare+war+on+the+us&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS941US942&oq=when+did+germany+declare+war+on+the+us&aqs=chrome..69i57j0i22i30l6j0i390.8595j1j15&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
    • Army Veteran
      Here's a new term to add to your dictionary: "The Tripartite Pact". Roosevelt provoked Japan into attacking just as Britain used false assurances to manipulate Poland into provoking the German attack - and for the same reason: to justify declaring war on Germany and its compadres. A country that wants war doesn't try to avoid it. Can you give one example of Britain trying to avoid war? They did in the Munich Agreement, of course, and even though Chamberlin returned home a hero for doing his part, he was condemned by Churchill for settling things peacefully.
    • Army Veteran
      "Interstate Commerce Clause"...? Is that what "ICC" stands for? Why are you bringing segregation into it? Because blacks were deprived of the use of the same resources that whites were allowed to use? As much as you may be right (or not) the issues you bring to the table were legally settled by the Civil Rights Act of 1964. But even that wasn't an absolute fix, since it's a lot harder to regulate human nature. This is clearly seen in the BLM terrorizing of 2020. And what connection does this have with Hitler?
  • Well...yes, of course, since that is what happened when the Supreme Court "struck down" the Roe v Wade decision recently. That is: they can even REVERSE their decision, and certainly they can AMEND their decision. BUT...don't expect it to happen any time soon. Expect it to take at least several years before the Supreme Court takes such an action.
  • Sure they can. A Scotus decision is not legislation. Congress needs to act on this and pass laws protecting the women's right to self-determination in their procreation. They procrastinated for 50 years and brought us to this situation we are in now.
    • Hulk70166
      yes, you are right about that.

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