Pro-aborts on Roberts

Pro-aborts on Roberts

From the The Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice:

The Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice vigorously opposes the elevation of Judge John G. Roberts to the U.S. Supreme Court. This nomination is clearly the next step toward the extreme right-wing’s stated intention to overturn Roe v. Wade and end constitutional protections for women’s health and safety.

The record on Judge Roberts is clear. He has argued that there was “no support in the text, structure, or history of the Constitution” for the reasoning behind Roe and that the historic decision was “wrongly decided and should be overruled.” In the case against the hate group Operation Rescue, he wrote a brief arguing that its violent blockades at women’s clinics were merely an expression of opposition to abortion.

The nomination raises grave concerns for religious freedoms. While a top government lawyer from 1989 to 1993, Roberts wrote a brief urging the Supreme Court to accept the constitutionality of prayer at a public school graduation ceremony. The Court rejected his arguments.

If you want to find out where a mand stands, look at where his enemies criticize him. If the RCRC doesn’t like him, I do.

Written by
Domenico Bettinelli
3 comments
  • Wow: “The Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice.”

    IWow: “The Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice.”

    I guess they must have gotten the Bibles that say, “…therefore choose death.”

    Of course it didn’t say what religions are so keen to kill their young.  I can’t see the head hunters or the cannibals going for that one – it must be the liberal “Christians.”

  • Unfortunately not exactly an infallible indication since as Ann Coulter pointed out today that they also didn’t support O’Connor or Souter.

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