The suffragettes of the early 20th century demanded a woman’s right to vote.
I wish the Supreme Court would be half as vigilant with respect to our Second Amendment Rights – which are specifically spelled out in the Constitution - as they are abortion rights – which are derived from an “interesting,” and unprecedented “privacy” interpretation of the 14th amendment’s equal protection clause that guarantees your right to not have your house searched without a warrant. (Aside: a “fetus” not being a “person” does not fall under the equal protection clause.)
You’ve come a long way, baby!
— Roark Howard, Ph.D (@RoarkHoward_) June 26, 2016
Seriously, imagine the uproar if women who’ve had abortions were required to be placed in a data base! I think the smurfragettes would have a word or two to say about that.
Cross-Posted on Patriot Action Network